Lido Introduces 'Lucky' 5-Spice Pork Roll!

by - May 15, 2014

Lido Cocina Tsina (by Panciteria Lido) is heating up its menu as it introduces a new fresh bite to its collection of Fookien recipes.

Aptly named the Lucky 5-Spice Pork Roll, Lido, the restaurant famous for its Pugon-Roasted Asado and authentic Chinese food specialties, has cooked up an appetizing dish that Pinoy foodies will surely enjoy. 

Based on its Fookien Qui Kiam origin, the home-style pork roll dish offers customers simple yet flavorful treat that is made with a variety of fresh ingredients, including pork, radish, cabbage, and carrots, wrapped in bean curd skin.

Bringing back the nostalgia of authentic Chinese cooking, the 5-Spice Pork Rolls are also served with Achara as its side-dish to satisfy the unique Filipino-Chinese taste.

Aside from the 5-Spice Pork Rolls, I also enjoyed the Shantung Pork and most of all the Manchurian Wings.

The wings tasted soooo good!!:) I actually had to control myself, otherwise I would have finished it all in one sitting and my family wouldn't have been able to taste it. Hehe!

All these delectable treats are now available at all Lido Cocina Tsina (by Panciteria Lido) branches located in key areas in Metro Manila including E. Rodriguez; Alabang Zapote Road, Las Piñas; Shaw Boulevard; Visayas Avenue; Pasong Tamo; UN Avenue; Cainta Rizal; Commonwealth Avenue; C. Raymundo in Pasig; Z-Square in Banawe; Naga Road, Las Piñas; and Bacoor, Cavite. Visit its Facebook page at for more updates.


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  1. I haven't been to Lido, but your photos do seem yummy. Will definitely keep this in mind on days that I am too lazy to cook.:)


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