Catch by the Bay at Okada Manila Offers Cantonese Eats and Breathtaking Views
One doesn’t need to go far to get a taste of different cultures and cuisines. Just drive to Okada Manila and you’ll surely be in for a day of gastronomic adventures in one of their 21 dining options.
Among the vast dining options is Catch by the Bay, one of Okada Manila’s newest restaurants. This Cantonese restaurant boasts ultra-fresh ingredients used in their specialty dim sums, spring rolls, and other dishes.
Catch by the Bay’s variety of dim sum
They have a wide variety of choices for dim sum, both steamed and deep-fried varieties. In fact, some of these are made with live seafood.
If you are a lover of seafood, you’ll surely love their Pan-fried King Prawns in XO Chili Sauce. As mentioned earlier, the kinds of seafood used in the restaurant are fresh, thus giving the prawns a flavor that complements the dish’s xo sauce (a spicy umami seafood sauce).
Pan-fried King Prawns in XO Chili Sauce
Another Chinese staple you shouldn’t miss is their Hong Kong-style Roasted Duck. This kind of roast duck is characterized by its crispy skin and juicy meat that is usually found hanging in the windows of many Asian markets.
Hong Kong-style Roasted Duck
Aside from these, the restaurant also offers vegetarian eats, soups and noodles, and desserts.
Adding to Catch by the Bay’s amazing food selection is the scenic view outside the windows and a chandelier-lined hall that boasts a touch of elegance, giving the guests a chance to slow down. It is best to visit Catch by the Bay at the end of the day, after enjoying your planned activities at the resort.
Also read: Primer’s Picks: Metro Manila’s Chinese Restaurants
How to get here:
- Okada Manila is very accessible to visitors as it is within 10 minutes by bus from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
- Okada Manila offers chauffeur-driven luxury Limousine service and hotel car rental. Free shuttle service also runs to and from SM Mall of Asia, SM Aura, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa, SM BF Parañaque, Binondo, and SM Southmall.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese (Vol. 139) and English (Vol. 44) magazines.
Images courtesy of Okada Manila