The Chinese restaurant at JW Marriott fills an expansive dining space with understated glamour, where dark wooden tones are embellished with matching flooring and plant-themed Chinese paintings. The kitchen team is led by Chinese executive chef Jayson Tang, who adds youthful energy and innovative ideas to traditional Cantonese fare. His work at Man Ho stays true to perfecting classics such as honey roast barbecued pork, suckling pig, and sweet and sour pork with a modern interpretation. The thick-cut morsels of the barbecued pork are perfectly glazed with a wellproportioned fat-lean ratio.
The menu also showcases new signature dishes such as sautéed crab claw with egg yolk sauce, set upon rice noodle rolls, and Western-inspired deep fried Kagoshima pork rolls stuffed with foie gras, red onion, and ginger. Service is mostly warm and attentive. Man Ho is a popular dining destination for festive celebrations and family gatherings, especially dim sum lunches on weekends. Take note that Man Ho is a popular dining destination for family dinners on weekends, so early reservations are needed for both tables and the special signature dishes.
The Kitchen at Man Ho is led by Chinese executive chef Jayson Tang, who adds youthful energy and innovative ideas Man Ho’s signature sautéed crab claw