As this is situated in the gaming area of the casino, this could very well be that much needed break from either all that gaming or smoky atmosphere.
Since their space was open, one could still faintly smell the cigarette smoke. Not sure how the ventilation is in the casino or at this restaurant. In terms of its interiors, it had its own flair though it still adheres to the overall casino design.
It was a mix of hits and misses for this. I wasn’t able to taste the soup but according to my dad, it was bland. The noodles (Char Kway Teow) were very tasty. The Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumpling were just okay and quite ordinary. It was huge in terms of size. As for the Crispy Fried Shrimp and Pork Wanton, it really was just good. It had the right crispiness without that greasy feel. Best to have it with the paired sweet chili sauce
And this was how we welcomed our new year. I guess my post is quite timely as Chinese New Year is coming up. It’s definitely time another merriment with good food. If I am to celebrate it, I’d probably skip this resto. The dishes are okay and pretty decent. But in terms of price, it is quite expensive. Plus, I couldn’t take their “smoky” environment. It just lingers on and attaches to one’s clothing.
Victoria Harbour Cafe
G/F Resorts World Manila,
Newport City, Pasay City
Resort World website: https://www.rwmanila.com/restaurants/rwm-casino/victoria-harbour-cafe