Jas­mine

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WHY GO

A mélange of con­tem­po­rary and lush ori­en­tal el­e­ments of­fer a mod­ern fine din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence from its in­te­ri­ors to its take on Chi­nese cui­sine, in­clud­ing an ex­ten­sive tea se­lec­tion from the var­i­ous re­gions of China.

TATLER TIPS

Start with a dim sum favourite, har gao or shrimp dumplings, that’s sure to please any palate, while vege­tar­i­ans can revel in the mixed mush­room dumplings. Have the deep-fried cod fil­let with salted egg yolk. Cod in it­self is a flavour­ful fish but when deep-fried for tex­ture and mixed with an un­likely in­gre­di­ent such as salted egg, it sur­pris­ingly works. Try the deep-fried spareribs in “Chang Kong” vine­gar sauce. Crunchy pork fil­let bits of­fer a touch of tart­ness from the dip, bal­anced out with their own ver­sion of may­on­naise driz­zled gen­er­ously on top.

Salted egg sole fil­let PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON PRI­VATE ROOMS

Chang Kong spareribs

Roast duck

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