I like the Hakaw and Wanton Noodle soup, given it's price range. the waiters are quite pleasant and are attentive to their customers.
The place does tend to be full during the day time and for dinner. Parking will also be difficult to come by during this time, but the guards are helpful in finding a spot in adjoining buildings.
but if you're craving for Chinese food in the middle of the night, you may want to consider dropping by. Parking is more readily available during odd hours.
Coming from EDSA, you need to go past the Kapitolyo Rotunda and keep going towards C-5. The building is on the right and is after a China Bank branch.
You'll have passed the building when you end up taking the right curve going down to C-5. A Caltex station on the left side marks this curve.
At Crossing in EDSA, look for Jeeps going to Pasig or San Joaquin. Tell the driver to drop you off at Jade Palace. Cost by jeep is PhP7.00 if you hail it on Shaw Boulevard.
The Jeeps you find in Crossing, which are punctuated by a line of passengers, will charge more since they sit at the terminal.
We suggest that you avoid taking a tricycle as they charge much more.
Free parking is available underground. Unfortunately, this fills up quickly when a function takes place in one of its four floors. Underground parking is a bit tight, but security is on-hand to provide assistance when entering and exiting.
In the evenings, the underground area can fill up at around 7pm. Open parking is available in front of a succeeding building or in building across Jade Palace Restaurant.
Though the open parking is watched by security, we suggest detaching any removal objects such as antennas or anything in a truck bed.
The food is quite good and is reasonable given the price. It is served hot, but may take a while when the place is filled up.
The Hakaw or Shrimp Dumpling is one of my favorites. I also like the Wanton Noodles, using the thin noodles.
The other food, such as the Sweet and Sour Pork are also good when paired with Yang Chow Fried Rice.
The food is perfect for the average working individual. A heavy meal can be eaten for as little as PhP140.00.
Additional food can set you back as much as P350.00 per person when dining in groups of four. These meals will be enough for to satisfy hearty, Asian-level appetites.
The waiters are quite courteous and very helpful. They make sure your glass is filled with water and provide service with a smile.
We suggest tipping them for their good service of at least PhP30.00. Of course, more will definitely be appreciated by them.
|Address||Jade Palace Restaurant, 106 Shaw Boulevard, Kapitolyo, Pasig City, Metro Manila|
|Contact Number||+63 (2) 637-004|
|Suggested Food||Hakaw (Shrimp Dumpling), Wanton Noodle (thin noodles), Shark's Fin Dumpling|
|Payment Method||Cash, Visa, MasterCard|
|Business Hours||24-hours a day|
|Budget Level||Working Class|