It was quite interesting to discover that Mr. Ube serves not just savory dishes but a whole lot of variety of cuisines as well. This unusual encounter enabled my team to try a myriad of noodles and rice toppings they humbly offer.
Hong Kong style Beef Wanton Noodle is the bowl I enjoyed most. Its soft meat and plump wantons on a light soup were the good culprit. Another one I liked was their two variations of Laksa, the original Singaporean and the Shabu. Both tasted authentic with the right amount coconut milk and spices.
Chinese Beef Broccoli was a decent bite. It had well marinated meat and still crispy vegetable. Its sauce was on the sweet side and not that greasy. The Lechon Macao however, was not pleasant, it was dry and bland.
We also got a heaping order of Miki Bihon which can serve around 10 based on its amount. We paid additional Php 100 to consume it inside. This Miami Philippine Restaurant merger of two noodles taste as expected with nice consistency.
We also got Chinese Misua and Japanese Chasu Ramen. On top of these we got some dimsum like the store Pork Siomai and their delicious Pork Dumpling. For dessert, we shared best selling Ube and Mongo Hopia. These were both filling and sweet.