New World Makati Hotel’s renowned Chinese dining destination, Jasmine, brings back its signature array of all-you-can-eat dim sum dishes for lunch and dinner on Saturdays as well as lunch on Sundays for P1,088 nett per person.
Guests can feast to their heart’s delight on favorites such as barbecued honey roasted pork, steamed har gao shrimp dumplings, xiao long bao pork dumplings, shao mai pork,and crab meat dumplings, barbecued pork buns, fried wonton dumplings, seafood taro puffs, and barbecued pork puffs, among others.
Some of the restaurant’s best-selling main courses are also included in the offer, such as the deep-fried sole fillet with salted egg, wok-fried kung pao chicken with cashew nuts, sweet and sour pork, and braised bean curd with black mushrooms.
A selection of rice, noodle, and congee dishes are likewise available, including the classics Yeung Chow fried rice, pork and century egg congee, and braised e-fu noodles with vegetables.
Guests can opt to add more of Jasmine’s signature dishes to complete the bountiful meal. Dishes such as the famous crispy pork belly (P240), soy chicken (P240), pan-fried beef tenderloin (P280), and sliced beef with vegetables in oyster sauce (P280) are offered at an add-on price.
New World Makati Hotel adheres to its Commitment to Care Health and Safety Program in compliance with the standards of its international owning company, Rosewood Hotel Group. Further intensified sanitation and safety protocols are set in place guided by the World Health Organization and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. For more information on the hotel’s Commitment to Care program, guests may refer to https://newworldhotels.com/en/covid-19-update/
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