Ding How Goes Digital

Ding How Dimsum House, the iconic restaurant that has shaped how Cebuanos now enjoy Chinese food, elevates the dining experience with their digital ordering system. Individual screens allow one to view the Ding How menu, place an order, and engage in trivia, history, and multimedia visuals of Ding How.

The new system, rolling out at Ding How‘s newest branch in Ayala Central Bloc, IT Park, upgrades customers convenience when ordering, allowing the diner to order at their own pace, and informing them of the waiting time before food is served. Dishes are made- to – order to assure fresh, delicious, and high quality dimsum.

Ding How first opened in 1969 where the original Cebu staple “Steamed Fried Rice” was created. It was the first to introduce the dimsum in Cebu as we know it, serving all- day instead of only as traditional lunch fare. It reopened its doors in 2017 to those excited to relive the old dimsum house experience in a relaxed and casual setting as part of a growing portfolio of brands under Harbour City Group which include its other dining concepts Harbour City, Dimsum Break, and Ding Qua Qua.

This 2020, Ding How Dimsum House continues to define Chinese dining experience for Cebuanos. The newest branch at Ayala Central Bloc takes another pioneering step to improve the experience of a new generation of diners and the patrons who have grown with the brand. Ding How brings the heirloom dishes that have been woven into the local food culture and mixes it up with the innovation of the times.

Ding How Ayala Central Bloc

Address:
 2/F  Ayala Cental Bloc, IT Park, Cebu City

 Facebook: 
@DingHowDimsum 

Hashtag (Instagram):
 #DingHowCentralBloc 

♥, JL Arnaiz

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