Red Jade Chinese Restaurant, The Manila Hotel
Businessmen have a new destination to seal their hot-shot deals – Red Jade Chinese Restaurant. The venerable Manila Hotel’s newest F&B outlet has opened in time for the festive season with a unique menu of classic regional recipes designed by chef de cuisine, Chef Sun Bing. “The embodiment of flavor, fresh and locally sourced ingredients married with the creativity and passion for Chinese-style food preparation gives me joy in every dish we prepare,” he says, commenting on the work of his culinary team.
Red Jade is cherished as a protective talisman, assuring long life and a peaceful death. It is also considered a powerful healing stone. Jade for the Chinese has always symbolized nobility of purpose and ideals. Jade assists in creating magic for the highest good and in protection from harmful or deceitful entities during spirit work.
The jade mural holding pride of place in the restaurant depicts the journey of the sage Confucius as a teacher, editor, politician and philosopher through intricately carved jade stone.
Enthusiasts of Chinese cuisine will find their favorite staples and delicacies such as siomai, Chinese vinegar dumplings, dong pork with white buns, bi-feng-tang style soft shell crabs, double-boiled native chicken with cordyceps flower and abalone in Red Jade’s extensive menu.
Those requiring utmost privacy will find intimate function rooms set aside to accommodate important discussions over an elegant, delicious meal in a precious setting.
For reservations, call The Manila Hotel at +63 2 527 0011 or email firstname.lastname@example.org