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Indulge in prosperous gastronomy at Red Jade

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The Manila Hotel opens its reimagined Chinese restaurant

Recently, The Manila Hotel rebranded its Mabuhay Palace Chinese Restaurant to the more succinct Red Jade. And part of the Chinese restaurant’s renewed identity comes a new gastronomic experience for diners.

Red Jade’s interiors is an illustration of understated elegance and refinement. All it takes is stepping into its ornate door to discover the restaurant’s sophisticated new look, while its lineup of dishes places a strong emphasis on Chinese culture and heritage – transporting those who indulge in it to a different plane.

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Start off a delectable meal with various appetizer and barbecued specialties such as Red Jade’s five-dish combination, suckling pig combination, roasted suckling pig, and roasted Peking duck—which can be served three different ways: Hong Kong-style roasted pigeon, cold prawn salad and marinated jelly fish with chili paste, and with century eggs and ginger pickles. As well, experience the restaurant’s superb selection of bird’s nest abalone and sea cucumber dishes, as well as traditional hearty soups.

Seafood Spinach Soup

Dan Dan Noodles Szechuan Style

Dimsum lovers can delight in Red Jade’s selection, which includes classics such as: steamed pork and shrimp “siomai”, steamed shrimp dumpling “har gao”, steamed xiao long bao, steamed cristal bao, pan-fried radish cake “bi fung tang” style, steamed red bean, and chestnut bun and pan-fried taro cake sausage.

Braised Lo Han Chai in Taro Ring

Braised Lo Han Chai in Taro Ring

Wagyu Beef with Olives Fried Rice

Wagyu Beef with Olives Fried Rice

There are live seafood cooked to your preference of either steamed, with salt and pepper, hot pot with vermicelli, ginger onion sauce, Singapore chili sauce, deep-fried with salted egg yolk or bean curd.

Other seafood fare includes baked pit lobster, steamed white sea bass fillet in celery sauce, stir-fried Australian scallops with cauliflower in X.O. sauce, and stir-fried tiger prawns.

Fried Stuffed Scallops with Crab Roe Sauce

Fried Stuffed Scallops with Crab Roe Sauce

Lobster Glazed with Sliced Almonds

Lobster Glazed with Sliced Almonds

In the Chinese culture, red symbolizes happiness, and a time of celebration, while jade is often associated with good luck. The Manila Hotel carries on the tradition with the reimagined Red Jade—combining prosperity and gastronomy with its delectable menu, and superb dining experience.

Red Jade is located on the Ground Floor of The Manila Hotel. For reservations and inquiries, call (02) 527-0011 ext. 1262 to 1264 or email restaurantrsvn@themanilahotel.com

 

By VIA BAROMA

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