Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine with Lung Hin’s takeaway selections

posted May 22, 2020 at 11:25 pm
The flavors of authentic Cantonese cuisine may now be enjoyed in the comforts of home as Lung Hin announces its selections for advanced orders.

Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine with Lung Hin’s takeaway selections

Developed by the restaurant’s expert culinary team led by Executive Chef Ken Leung, these dishes feature treasured techniques passed from generations of chefs from Hong Kong.

Lung Hin’s range of featured dishes include the restaurant’s famed baked barbeque pork buns, crispy roasted suckling pig, and Chef Ken’s signature salt-baked chicken. Premium specialities such as the roasted Hong Kong Peking duck, deep-fried pigeon, and the sautéed sliced abalone with fresh scallops and broccoli are also available for advanced orders through (632) 77207777 or by sending an order

request via Facebook on the official Marco Polo Ortigas Manila page (facebook.com/marcopoloortigasmanila).

Whether for a family lunch or as a token of care for those dear to your heart, Lung Hin’s takeaway selections are prepared in a safe and hygienic environment by Chef Ken and his team. To maintain the quality of the dishes, the Lung Hin team prepares them on the day when the order is scheduled for pick up. For safety and convenience, the Hotel also follows an online, contact-less payment policy, accepting credit and debit cards.

Early this month, beloved dishes such as Cucina’s paella mixta and green chicken curry were also made available for takeaway.

Enjoy authentic Cantonese cuisine with Lung Hin’s takeaway selections

Cafe Pronto also resumed operations, allowing coffee and dessert lovers to enjoy its selections from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily. The Cafe's Opera Cake, Sacher Cake (also known as the Sachertorte), and delightful chocolate chip cookies are available for pre-order and takeaway, as well as the signature Chocolate Heaven Cake, Chocolate Truffle, and Frangipane Tart. All orders must be placed at least a day ahead of the preferred pickup schedule.

Topics: Cantonese cuisine , Lung Hin , Ken Leung , Peking duck , Cafe Pronto
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