Marriott Manila offers a variety of auspicious dishes for everyone to celebrate one of the most important festivities in the Lunar calendar. Man Ho, the authentic Chinese restaurant of Marriott Hotel Manila serves the occasion’s staples such as poon choi, lo hei, and tikoy.
Poon choi for good fortune
An auspicious treasure pot is traditionally eaten layer by layer and is filled with the most-priced ingredients such as abalone, fish maw, black mushroom, dried scallops, prawns, roasted duck, chicken, pork, and vegetables bathed in flavorful broth. This one-pot dish feast for P29,888 nett is good for five persons.
Lo hei for prosperity
Celebrate togetherness and toss up good fortune: carrots for good luck, white radish for good job opportunities, salmon for abundance, golden crackers for wealth, and more. It is said that the higher the ingredients are mixed and lifted, the more prosperity it is purported to bring. Lo Hei for five persons is a P8,888 nett and P12,888 nett for ten.
Tikoy for harmony
Lunar New Year celebrations are never complete without nian gao or locally known as tikoy as it is considered good luck to give and receive. This delicacy has been a staple in every household during the Lunar New Year as it represents harmony and joy. Man Ho’s tikoy starts at P888++ and comes with one ingot or gold bar tikoy (300g) and one koi fish tikoy (250g) encased in a gold can.
Available at Man Ho until February 5, 2023 for dine-in, takeaway, and delivery. Delivery charge applies. 24-hour advance order is required. Club Marriott and Newport World Resorts get 20% off Marriott Bonvoy gets 10% off. Senior Citizen and PWD discounts apply. For orders, inquiries, and reservations, call (63 917) 823 8692. For more information, you may visit the hotel’s website www.manilamarriott.com, and social media accounts in FB, IG, and Twitter @ManilaMarriott. Be updated and join their Viber Community at Make it Marriott.