Classic Chinese with a contemporary twist

lifestyle August 04, 2012 00:00

By The Nation

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The Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong's Michelin starred restaurant sends it chef to China House for a week


This week, the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok’s China House is welcoming

chef Man-Sing Lee of Hong Kong’s exclusive Man Wah restaurant for a

weeklong feast of outstanding Cantonese cuisine. His creations will

be available in special lunch and dinner menus from tomorrow through


Man-Sing Lee was integral to Man Wah recently receiving its first

Michelin star. His menu of traditional favourites will be offered alongside

seasonal specialities with touches of modern flair. Always keen to use only

the best seasonal ingredients, Lee has gone to great lengths in sourcing the

finest Hong Kong has to offer.

Man Wah’s award-winning signature dishes include Steamed fillet of

spotted garoupa, crispy ginger, crabmeat and egg white sauce; Stir fried

lobster, egg white, scallop mousse; smoked fish with five spices, crispy

mushroom julienne shrimp and garlic spring roll; wok fried pork loin,

kuei hua flavoured pear, chin kiang vinegar and Wok fried wagyu beef

with black pepper sauce etc.

Advance booking is recommended at (02) 659 9000 extension The

China House.