Tong KYong Am in Subic Bay - Philippines
Hotpot, sometimes called steamboat food, refers to a variety of dishes cooked in a simmering pot of broth at the center of the table which diners often share communally. The ingredients may include thin slices of meats, mushrooms, noodles, tofu, leafy vegetables and seafood which may be dipped in the hot broth to cook at a leisurely pace while dining. Very much similar to the Western fondue, the Asian steamboat term is a corruption of the word steam bowl, as a result of mispronounciation by the Chinese who introduced it in the Americas. The popularity of hotpot has gained many adherents among food lovers throughout the world. If you have a craving for hotpot while vacationing in Subic, you can hop in at the Tong KYong Am restaurant where the propane burners at each table have their own custom controls for for your cooking convenience.
Japanese and Korean Cuisine
Located within the Bayside Hotel complex along Waterfront Road, this dining place specializes in Japanese and Korean cuisine but also serves great Filipino dishes such as the internationally accclaimed adobo; rich, saucy kare-kare; and, delectable sinigang using the freshest vegetables, meats, poultry and sea foods to suit the discriminating tastes of its guests. Since Tong KYong Am is an in-house restaurant of the Subic Bayside Hotel, guests can either order off the menu or have their fill of a breakfast buffet. Instead of skipping the most important meal of the day, guests in a hurry for a business meeting or conference opt for the enduring omelet with American pancakes dripping with butter and maple syrup washed down with freshly brewed black coffee. While the food is great, the price is even better because for P500 to P1,000 you can enjoy a feast of the finest Asian dishes.
Tong KYong Am offers its guests a great view of the Waterfront Road while dining in air conditioned indoor comfort but it also gives them the choice of experiencing dining al fresco among the Waterfront strollers in its cozy street side covered dining area. While this clean and classy dining facility provides an intimate beautiful setting for a romantic couple on a honeymoon trip or a vacationing family out to have a fun bonding time, it can also handle large groups just as easily making it the perfect venue for business conferences and other corporate events.
Location and Reservations
For particulars, you may visit Tong KYong Am Restaurant at Block 19 Lot 1, Waterfront Road, Moonbay Marina, Subic Bay, Zambales, Philippines or call (047) 252-1948; (047) 252-3148. If you are calling from outside the country, drop the 0 and dial the country code 63 in its place.