China’s Huaiyang cuisine

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Makati Shangri-La’s guest chef Anthony Dong from Shenzhen

Makati Shangri-La’s guest chef Anthony Dong from Shenzhen

Chinese cuisine has been a staple favorite among many Filipino diners. So it is no surprise that Chinese food establishments, with their own twists and gimmicks, are seen all over the metro.  But for those who yearn for an authentic Chinese food experience without having to leave the country, Makati Shangri-la has brought their chef from Shenzhen, China, to dish out the famous Huaiyang cuisine for Filipinos to enjoy.

From Futian Shangri-La in Shenzhen, guest chef Anthony Dong visits the Philippines for the first time to prepare his best dishes of the Huaiyang cuisine. Known around the world for its exquisite style and flavors, this Asian variant is also among the main components of Chinese cuisines, which combine cooking styles of Yangzhou, Suzhou, Nanjing and Zhenijiang dishes.

Chef Dong will be at the Shang Palace restaurant of Makati Shangri-La beginning today until July 30 to meticulously prepare his exquisite dishes such as Glutinous Rice Dumpling Stuffed with Sesame Paste, Deep-fried Shrimp with Oatmeal, Braised Bamboo Asparagus in Superior Broth and many more.

When asked about his cooking style, the Chinese chef said that his “culinary philosophy is to cook from the heart.”


 Braised Bamboo asparagus in Superior Broth, a famous Huaiyang dish with chef dong’s personal touch

Braised Bamboo asparagus in Superior Broth, a famous Huaiyang dish with chef dong’s personal touch

He invites Filipino diners in the hotel’s premiere Cantonese restaurant to experience the authentic and elegant dishes of Huaiyang cuisine, with a special menu that he especially prepared.

For inquiries, call 814-2580 or email rric.slm@shangri-la.com.

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