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Auspicious beginnings

Usher in the Year of the Earth Dog with feasts that feature dishes that bring in fortune.

Jasmine restaurant invites Chinese New Year revelers to welcome the Year of the Earth Dog with an auspicious Cantonese feast which includes Poon Choi and Yu Sheng salad

Cantonese cuisine

Chef Wong Kam On of the famed Jasmine restaurant in New World Makati Hotel prepares a Cantonese feast crafted for good luck.

Partake of  braised dried oyster sea moss, fried glutinous rice with assorted Chinese marinated pork, and steamed cod fish fillet. Indulge in a multitude of flavors with a hefty serving of Poon Choi “big bowl feast” to draw in good luck for the whole year round. Finish your meal with a Yu Sheng salad toss for abundant success this year. Set dinner menus at Jasmine start at P15,888, and is available until Feb. 18. Unlimited Yum Cha lunch is also available at P1,388 per person.

Call (02) 811-6888 ext. 3338.

Waterfront Manila Pavilion serves up its Oriental buffet prepared by Chef Maurice Toh on Feb. 16.

Oriental dinner

Attract blessings and good luck on Feb. 16 at Waterfront Manila Pavilion as you and your family partake of an Oriental dinner buffet at Seasons restaurant prepared by the hotel’s Singapores executive chef Maurice Toh. Participate in the traditional Dragon and Lion Dance and Coin and Candy Shower. This Chinese New Year treats can be enjoyed for just P1,200 per person. 

Call (02) 526-1212.

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