February 10, 2021

Auspiciously Delicious: What And Where To Eat In The Metro On Chinese New Year 2021

While better fortune falling on us in the Year of the Metal Ox remains to be seen, one thing we can be sure of is that good food awaits us all. Here are our picks.
It’s Nian Gao season! Welcoming the year of the Ox is an important culinary affair that calls for generous servings of long noodles, roasted duck, and sweet, sweet tikoy to really maximize that luck. So step up your CNY celebration with some feast-worthy dishes at home or while dining out safely. Here are our picks for your Lunar New Year lauriat.
Grand Hyatt Manila
Grand Hyatt’s assortment of Nian Gao
No. 8 China House opens for a limited time to host your Lunar New Year feast with a festive menu of Peking duck, Chinese BBQ, homemade dim sum and Cantonese seafood—all cooked fresh and hot right in front of you. The restaurant will be open for lunch and dinner patrons from February 11 to 14. For those who want to make their CNY a brunch affair, you can avail their Chinese-inspired Lunar Afternoon Tea at The Lounge that comes with Hong Kong egg tarts and other sweet and savory pastries. For lighter celebratory treats Grand Hyatt Manila also offers a twist on the classic Nian Gao with their flavored variants such as coconut, ube, and pandan.
For order and reservations inquiries, contact Grand Hyatt Manila at +632 8838 1234 or email manila.grand@hyatt.com.
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