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GRAND HYATT MANILA

Lucky treats for the Year of the Metal Ox

/ 03:52 AM February 10, 2021

Grand Hyatt Manila

Usher in luck, good fortune and abundance with these festive, delectable selections from Grand Hyatt Manila.

Celebrate and ring in the Year of the Metal Ox with this exciting spread of culinary favorites—nian gao or tikoy, which is a sticky rice cake traditionally eaten during the Chinese New Year; Chinese-inspired pastries to go with your afternoon tea; and an authentic classic Chinese dishes including its famous traditional Peking Duck.

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Ring in the Year of the Metal Ox with culinary favorites

Nian Gao

Take home a box of delectable Nian Gao selections, guaranteed to bring good fortune to your celebration. Available at The Lounge and Florentine in Traditional, Coconut, Ube and Pandan flavors, priced at P1,588 net. These will be available until Feb. 14.

Afternoon Tea

Indulge in Lunar Afternoon Tea brimming with Chinese-inspired delights perfect for two. Dine on sweet and savory pastries paired with your choice of coffee or tea—now available at The Lounge for P1,800 net, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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No. 8 China House

Usher in the Year of the Metal Ox at No. 8 China House and delight in classic and authentic Chinese cuisine. Its well-loved Peking Duck takes center stage while other favorites have been included in set menus like steamed grouper, braised Chilean sea bass, wok-fried king prawn will surely No. 8 China House welcomes you back for a limited period only—from Feb. 11 to 14.

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