April 02, 2018

Jasmine in Makati: A True Cantonese Tradition at New World Hotel

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  • Inside New World Makati Hotel is a culinary destination: Jasmine, the hotel’s popular Chinese restaurant. Their dishes are created by renowned Hong Kong chef Wong Kam On and include dim sum, Peking duck, and live seafood!

    Preparation of Peking Roast Duck

    Jasmine has a unique modern interior while keeping the traditional atmosphere of China. The restaurant also has a tank of live fish and seafood that are prepared after an order. The menu offers Lobster (seasonal price), Sea Mantis (Php 380), Mud crabs (Php 320), and Steamed live shrimp (Php 180) among others.

    The popular restaurant is also known for its four private dining rooms to accommodate groups for meetings and small conferences. The choice of small or large rooms offer a calm atmosphere perfect for celebrations and dining with a sense of private comfort.

    Peking Duck (Half Php 1,888 / Whole Php 3,188)

    Order the Peking duck to enjoy the best of Jasmine. The special dish is served with thin pancakes, crispy duck skin, slivers of spring onion, spears of cucumber and a generous dab of plum sauce. Peking Duck is a famous duck dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the imperial era, and is now considered one of China’s national foods.

    Xiao Long Bao (Php 261.80 net)

    This year, they have a promo for their lunch service of unlimited dim sum! Enjoy a selection of freshly cooked dim sum with soup, congee, yeung chow fried rice and desserts made by expert dim sum Chef Wong Sing To at Jasmine for Php 988/ per person. Jasmine boasts a wide variety of dim sum including steamed “Chiu Chow”, Fresh Asparagus and Mixed Mushrooms dumpling and Pan-fried taro cake, Pan-fried radish cake and Wagyu beef, mango roll offered for the promo.

    All this and more at Jasmine at the second floor of New World Makati Hotels.


    This also appears in the April 2018 issue of the Philippine Primer Japanese magazine.

                 
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