Here's why Templó Chinese Resto is surprisingly a 'bomb'

Michaela Andrea
PUBLISHED March 7, 2018 10:54 am | UPDATED March 9, 2018 09:16 am
Photos by Shara Balce/Inside Manila

(Inside Manila) In between the homes of famous Chinatowns—Manila and Quezon City—hides a little temple where you can relive and glorify your love for spicy food.


Despite the steaming competition of Chinese restos along Banawe area in Quezon City, a hole in the wall Szechuan Fusion Restaurant, Templo, had joined the race with its modern menu as a clever game plan.



Sichuan-Temple inspired facade of Templó


While they serve the classic xiao ‘mai and yeung chow fried rice, the Templó team have incorporated upgraded their ancestors treasured recipes into the menu, making them a cut above the rest. 


“Yung karamihan ng food na sineserve namin ay galing pa sa mga ancestors ng business partners naming Chinese—so talagang family recipe talaga nila. Tapos, minomodernize  namin at mas pinasarap para mag fit sa generation natin ngayon,” Mia Pangyarihan, former Sexbomb group member and Templo’s co-Owner, told Inside Manila.


The actress turned businesswoman also shared that they have kept in mind the customers’ satisfaction while they were building the Sichuan-inspired resto.  


“Lahat ng nasa menu ay pinagisipan, sinigurado naming perfect at ma-appreciate ng bawat customer na kakain dito,” she added.



Salt Egg Squid


True to their word, the spicy Sichuanese flavor is shining like a star in all dishes as interesting flavors also explode in your mouth in every bite—just like a bomb.



Szechuan Sliced Pork


If you want your buds to have the full Templo dining experience, the Szechuan Sliced Pork and Salted Egg Squid dishes send the usual sweet and spicy kick but with a bang of fresh bell peppers, chili, and onion chives.



Halibut Chongquing Style


Your table will also heat up with flavor and spiciness with the generous serving of steaming pots of Halibut Chonquing Style and Mala Chicken.



Mala Chicken


While the place itself appears like a secret, this modern Chinese resto also serves a hidden gem, the Emperor Secret Soup.



Emperor Secret Soup (solo)


To tame the flame, cool down with their classic Temple Milk Tea.



Temple Milk Tea




Templó Modern Szechuan Fusion is at 55 Dapitan Street Corner D. Tuazon, Brgy. Lourdes, Quezon City. Grab their flavorful spicy Chinese cuisine from 11:00 am to 10:00 pm daily.

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