Jade Gar­den

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - CANTONESE -

WHY GO

It’s one of the old­est and more clas­sic places for Can­tonese cui­sine. It’s also con­ve­niently lo­cated as it is ac­ces­si­ble both from the street­side and the mall. Re­serve a ta­ble as there are big crowds es­pe­cially for din­ner.

TATLER TIPS

With or without prawns, the hot and sour soup hits the spot. Roasted spe­cial­i­ties like suckling pig and roast duck are crowd favourites. Served with two or three com­bi­na­tions like with cen­tury eggs, jel­ly­fish, white chicken, or pork asado, dip the suc­cu­lent flesh in the thick brown savoury sauce. The jel­ly­fish is slightly spicy but with a nice crunch. The duck with a com­ple­ment­ing plum sauce, is served half or whole and you should have a party of at least two to fin­ish even half a bird. Try the Masachi dessert which is freshly-made and is scrump­tious.

Pan-fried crab claw PHP 1,500–1,999 per per­son PRI­VATE ROOMS

Abalone with oys­ter sauce

Gold and sil­ver prawn ball

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