GLO­RIA MARIS

CHI­NESE

Eats - - SAN JUAN -

Glo­ria Maris Shark’s Fin Restau­rant at the Green­hills Shop­ping Com­plex has long been known for its de­lec­ta­ble lau­riat, dim sum and noo­dles. For its re­birth 23 years af­ter it opened, Glo­ria Maris moved to its new home on Mis­souri Street from nearby Club Filipino Drive. The new build­ing presents a glass cir­cu­lar fa­cade that al­lows a view of the restau­rant’s luxe in­te­ri­ors. The din­ing area is big­ger and cooler, with sparkling chan­de­liers giv­ing the high ceil­ings a shot of op­u­lence. Lead­ing to the spa­cious func­tion rooms on the sec­ond "oor is a grand semi-spi­ral stair­case, with a glass rail­ing that gives the stairs the il­lu­sion of "oat­ing. An en­tire wall frames the aquar­i­ums, which are in­ter­spersed with il­lu­mi­nated acrylic wall pan­els, cre­at­ing wall art and a spec­tac­u­lar con­ver­sa­tion piece. The cui­sine re­mains ex­cel­lent. All dishes are, ac­cord­ing to Glo­ria Maris, cooked by Hong Kong chefs. Re­li­able fa­vorites in­clude Steamed Lapu-Lapu with Soy Sauce, Beef Ten­der­loin Chi­nese Style, Birth­day Noo­dles, Hot Chicken and Prawn Salad, Suck­ling Pig, Pek­ing Duck, Taro Puffs, Fried Noo­dles, and Wan­ton and Shark’s Fin Soup. The shabu-shabu of Glo­ria Maris uses qual­ity meats, fresh veg­eta­bles and choic­est in­gre­di­ents to make "avor­ful soups and hot pot. The "avors of the dishes shine through, un­tainted by MSG or other arti!cial "avors. Glo­ria Maris does not im­pose ser­vice charges.

AD­DRESS

202 Wil­son St. San Juan

TELE­PHONE NUM­BERS

724 5011 572 7222 EMAIL glo­ria­maris_wil­son@ya­hoo.com

WEB­SITE

www.glo­ria­mariswil­son.com

FACE­BOOK

Glo­ria Maris – Wil­son

OP­ER­AT­ING HOURS

Mon to Sat: 11am to 2am; Sun 8am to 12mn

PRICE RANGE

P500/per­son

PAY­MENT MODES

Cash and Card

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