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Naga Garden Restaurant near the Centro is the only place where locals go. I think it’s their version of Mamonluk complete with the aged formica tables and thick-rimmed drinking glasses that never seem to break. Its staying power may be attributed to the original toasted siopao. This special dimsum has pork meat and egg filling wrapped inside a yummy toasted bun. This goes perfectly with their piping-hot mami. You can see that every table predictably ordered this combination. You’d also want to try their pancit bihon – loaded with all sorts of sahog and slick with sesame oil. It’s all the stuff that childhood memories of family meriendas are made of.