Kung Hei Fat Choi, Kapuhunan!
Karen Davila and Migs Bustos will feature the successful businesses of some Chinese but Pinoys at heart in Binondo, the oldest Chinatown in the world, in “My Puhunan” this Saturday (February 10).
Karen will meet Roche Chua, the owner of the famous tikoy and hopia store Eng Bee Tin. Roche will share how their restaurant The Great Buddha Café, which serves authentic Chinese soup, noodles and dumplings, trended online and why the profits of their other restaurant, Cafe Mezzanine, goes to the fire volunteers.
Meanwhile, Migs will visit Toho Panciteria Antigua, which is said to be the oldest restaurant in the Philippines and how it remained open for business despite the challenges it faced over the years. Migs will also try various Chinese street food and the special fried frog which is popular in Estero in Binondo.
Catch the Chinese New Year Special on “My Puhunan: Kaya Mo!” with Karen Davila and Migs Bustos on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. on Kapamilya Channel, Kapamilya Online Live, A2Z, news.abs-cbn.com/live, and other ABS-CBN News online platforms.
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