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KWONG’S PROVISIONS is a San Franciso Mission Street-inspired Chinese food restaurant by Suzy Lee of Spring by Ha Yuan. It’s an American interpretation of Ha Yuan favorites. Kwong is the Chinese family name of Suzy. 

Here are our favorites at Kwong’s Provisions…

KWONG’S PROVISIONS by Spring by Ha Yuan
Hole in the Wall, 4/F, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue corner Salamanca Street, Makati City 
Telephone: +632 887-2089
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The Kwong’s Provisions Menu includes Ha Yuan favorites like Maki Mi and Lumpia, plus some new American-Chinese creations.

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Maki Mi+ (P190). Ha Yuan is famous for their authentic Maki Mi, and the Kwong’s version is loaded with more garlic toppings and other ingredients.

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The Maki Mi+ has fat noodles and thick sauce, and is big enough to share.

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Braised Short Ribs Rice Bowl (P270). The braised short ribs are tender with a just the right amount of barbecue sauce, topped on a generous serving of rice.

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✮ Soft-shell Po’boy (P255).

Our favorite–soft-shell crab fried in a signature batter, served in soft cua pao buns with vegetables and sauce. 

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For someone who doesn’t like soft-shell crab like me, I thought this was good.

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Amah Kwong’s Lumpia (P130)

You can’t go wrong with this authentic Chinese Lumpia  based on the Ha Yuan original.
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Another Kwong specialty is their fried chicken with salted egg mixed into the batter.

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✮ Salted Egg Chicken Wings (P240)

I love the crispy skin with salted egg flavor, which gets increasingly addicting with every bite. Couldn’t help but finish every piece.

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Lazy Chili Crab with Mantao (P195).

The chili crab sauce was a bit salty and a little too hot. 

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Recommended for those who like chili crab sauce with their fried buns.

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✮ Prawn & Crab Roe Balls (P175)

Fried shrimp balls with crab roe inside crunchy skin.

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Fried Salted Egg Lava Pao (P110)

Like mini-button mushroom paos with salted egg inside. I’m not a fan.

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Banana Nutella Buchi (P120).

This was OK. A slice of banana and a bit of Nutella inside. It might be better to create a chocolate-filled version instead.

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Congratulations to Suzy and Charles for a well-executed Kwong’s Provisions concept!

I recommend their Soft-shell Po’boySalted Egg Chicken Wings, and Prawn & Crab Roe Balls. Most of their specialties are fried though, so nakakaumay at some point.

KWONG’S PROVISIONS by Spring by Ha Yuan
Hole in the Wall, 4/F, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue corner Salamanca Street, Makati City 
Telephone: +632 887-2089
FacebookKwong’s Provisions

Note: Cash and Credit Cards accepted per stall.

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Anton
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Disclosures: Our Hole in the Wall meal was courtesy of our friend Charles Paw. I wrote this article with my own biases, opinions, and insights. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here.  

P.S. You can start your Hole in the Wall food trip here and order their dimsum specialties for your appetizers.