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Man Ho Manila Opens at Marriot Hotel Manila

Marriott Manila Spreads Bounteous Luck this Year of the Fire Rooster

Man Ho Manila at Marriott Hotel Manila

Treasure and Tradition at Man Ho Manila
Marriott Manila celebrates the biggest festival in the Chinese Lunar calendar,  the Year of the Fire Rooster, with treasure and tradition in a box: three traditional delicacies: Tikoy (Nian Gao), Radish Cake (Lo Bak Go), and Taro Cake (Wu Tao Gao).

Tikoy (Nian Gao), Radish Cake (Lo Bak Go), and Taro Cake (Wu Tao Gao)

Executive Chinese Law Wui Wing prepare them in the most flavorful and authentic way. The round-shaped 750-gram Tikoy, with a classic sweet taste symbolizes the Chinese culture to mean “higher year.” It will attract wealth and luck throughout the year. Likewise, the 500-gram radish and taro cake slices, made using prime ingredients from Hong Kong, signify good fortune and prosperity. The elegant red oriental box—whether shared or enjoyed by the family alone at the center of your New Year celebration—symbolizes an abundance of luck and prosperity. This box is only Php 1,388 at Marriott Café Bakery, Crema, and the newly-opened Man Ho Chinese restaurant.

Man Ho’s Feast of Good Fortune and Infinite Happiness
Marriott Manila this year offers more than the elegant red oriental box as it opens its Chinese restaurant, Man Ho.  You and your family can celebrate more meaningfully at the Chinese Lunar New Year with a lavish 11-course feast. Choose from two set menus:

The Good Fortune for Php 36,888++ includes marinated radish and black fungus as starters, assorted barbecued meat combination with a covetous suckling pig, braised dried oyster with garlic and vegetables, braised fish lip soup with sea cucumber and black mushroom, sautéed clam meat and sliced chicken with celery chili sauce, steamed live tiger Garoupa fish, deep fried crispy chicken, stir-fried kai lan with ginger sauce, fried rice cooked in Fujian style, and desserts like sweetened red bean cream with dumplings, custard bun with egg yolk, and coconut pudding with red bean.

This is the Good Fortune spread that we enjoyed in full!

Sweet memories tea

Sweet memories tea

Marinated black fungus

Appetizer: marinated black fungus

Marinated radish

Appetizer: marinated radish

seasoning on the side

seasoning on the side

assorted barbecued meat combination with suckling pig

assorted barbecued meat combination with suckling pig

braised dried oyster with garlic and vegetables

braised dried oyster with garlic and vegetables

braised fish lip soup with cucumber and black mushroom

braised fish lip soup with cucumber and black mushroom

sauteed clam meat and sliced chicken with celery chili sauce

sauteed clam meat and sliced chicken with celery chili sauce

steamed live Tiger Garoupa fish

steamed live tiger garoupa fish

deep fried crispy chicken

deep fried crispy chicken

stir fried kai lam with ginger sauce

stir fried kai lam with ginger sauce

fried rice "Fujian" style

fried rice “Fujian” style

Desserts (L-R) Coconut pudding, Sweeted Red Bean with dumpling, and Custard Bun with Egg Yolk

Desserts (L-R) Coconut pudding, Sweeted Red Bean with dumpling, and Custard Bun with Egg Yolk

The Infinite Happiness Set for Php 42, 888++ includes appetizers like smoked fish and Japanese cucumber, roasted goose in Hong Kong style (a rare and first in Manila), roasted suckling pig, braised conpoy with dried oyster and vegetables, braised fish maw soup and shredded duck, sautéed scallops with asparagus in X.O. sauce, steamed live pink Garoupa fish, poached seasonal vegetables with salty egg and preserved egg, fried rice with diced chicken and salty fish, sweetened red bean cream with dumplings, steamed custard bun with egg yolk, and coconut pudding with red bean.

Make your reservations to catch these set menus from January 28 to February 11, 2017.

Ceremonial Lion and Dragon dance

The Year of the Fire Rooster is looking very auspicious at Marriott Manila and the best way to start it is through a ceremonial dragon and lion dance on January 29 at 5pm. Join the celebration to attract good spirits and push negative energies away!

Ceremonial Lion and Dragon dance 2

Ceremonial Lion and Dragon dance

Tip: Head to I Am On The Streets Facebook Page and watch how to debone a steamed tiger garoupa.

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