Red Lantern

Philippine Tatler Best Restaurants - - CHINESE -

WHY GO

If you want a less busy fine Chi­nese din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, this is the place. Good choices of su­pe­rior in­gre­di­ents while also of­fer­ing eat-all-you-can dim sum for big­ger ap­petites.

TATLER TIPS

They serve a se­lec­tion of teas in­clud­ing the fer­mented Pu erh im­pe­rial di­ges­tive black tea. Good to share, the dong po style pyra­mid pork belly with man­tou is a gen­er­ous serv­ing of stewed style belly strips formed into—what else—but a pyra­mid. The truffle-in­fused hakao or shrimp dumplings come in a for­mal gilded wrap­per with black and gold food colours. Suc­cu­lent and crisp to the bite. The truffle essence com­bines well with the fresh­ness of the shrimps. Fried prawns in salted egg. Enough said. This is one of the best in Manila! Fresh prawns lightly bat­tered and coated with salted egg and fried to a gen­tle crisp.

Buddha's Soup more than Php 2,000 per­son PRI­VATE ROOMS

Im­pe­rial For­tune Chicken

Pork Pyra­mid

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