A time for yum cha
Cantonese cuisine will never be complete with a serving of assorted delicacies, dim sum, and Lung Hin is showcasing a variety of authentic steamed and deep-fried dishes, for special lunch set menus.
Coming from a long history, dim sums started in teahouses to refresh travellers along the Silk Road. From workers who have exert their best efforts at work, dim sum was believed to be the comfort food in the afternoon for a relaxing tea, over a good conversation. This has also been served even as early as six in the morning, with gathering friends for a good meal. With this origin, dim sum has been a witness, and a great part of the Chinese culture.
As Lung Hin features authentic Cantonese dishes, it also takes pride in the dim sum offerings that they serve, coming from dim sum master chef Wong Chiu Lung, who has been in the industry for years. Having Hong Kong as his native, Chef Wong truly has practised authentic dim sum cooking, wherein it is also believed where the best dim sum comes from.
Enjoy steamed dim sum combinations-Vegetarian Dumpling, Pork Siu Mau with Trauffle Sauce, and Shrimp Dumplings with Gold Leaf-together with flavourful Roasted Pork Belly, Baked Barbecue Pork Buns, and Hong Kong Satin Chicken Congee, all for Set Lunch A.
Fried dishes such as Deep-Fried Bean Curd Skin Rolls with Prawn, Deep-Fried Hong Kong Pigeon, Wok-Fried Rice Roll with Fresh Shrimps and Shredded Chicken can also be enjoyed for Set Lunch B, with the steamed favourites, Pork Spare Ribs with Garlic, and Mushroom Buns.
May it be steamed, pan-fried, or deep-fried, experience authentic Cantonese dim sum dining at Lung Hin for the Set Lunch from 8 March to 31 April 2018. Lung Hin is located at the Level 44 of the Two-Time Five-Star Award Winner of Forbes Travel Guide, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila (hotel info). To know more about the hotel, visit www.marcopolohotels.com. Follow the Hotel in Facebook at facebook.com/MarcoPoloOrtigasManila or @MarcoPoloManila on Twitter or Instagram.