Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok Review 2018

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Man Ho means “treasure” in Chinese. Blending sophisticated, traditional Chinese interior design with a timeless elegance, Man Ho offers an alluring ambiance to gather with family and friends over lunch or dinner. Man Ho’s design is anchored by the richness of pewter and akin to spaces of the traditional Chinese art world to inspire, perpetuate and cultivate thoughtful exchanges while dining. Destined to become Bangkok’s premier Chinese restaurant for lunch and dinner, Man Ho celebrates time-honoured Chinese cuisine with a modern attitude and traditional ambiance.

New Executive Chinese Chef Peter Li is at the helm of the restaurant and brings his unwavering commitment to quality and expertise to Man Ho, while also infusing artful presentations to lift up the restaurant’s traditional Chinese décor and atmosphere. Paying homage to the past, Man Ho is a remix of traditional ingredients and aged-old recipes, impeccably prepared and presented in a reimagined contemporary setting.

With nearly 30 years of culinary experience in five-star hotels and resorts, Chef Li has experience working in fine dining restaurants and hotels in China, Cyprus, Maldives, India, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, United Arab Emirates and United Kingdom.

Chef Li is a master in all aspects of Chinese cuisine, in turn he is very focused on only the best product to showcase his proud heritage. His contemporary presentation of classic Chinese dishes combines delicious tastes with art to create exceptional masterpieces.

Cooking has become an essential part of Chef Li’s lifestyle. In his free time and during vacation trips, he would scour different places to try local foods and discover new ingredients and experiences that he can bring to his creations.

Chef Li was the first Chinese Executive Chef in Saudi Arabia’s Royal Kitchen, serving the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. Chef Li was also the head of culinary team at the 2008 Summer Olympics held in Beijing, China, serving Jacques Rogge, the eighth president of the International Olympic Committee, and members of the British and Saudi Arabia’s Royal Families.

Highlights at Man Ho 

Black Har Gao Squid ink prawn dumplings 

Teapot seafood soup Steamed seafood “Live prawn, scallop, abalone, and squid” ginseng, red goji berry in a Teapot 

Whole fired Beijing duck Sliced roast duck with homemade pancake, cucumber, leeks and sweet bean sauce 

Sauna king prawns Cobblestone cooked prawns with Chaoxing wine 

Salt baked TaiJi chicken lotus leaf wrapped chicken cooked in a salt crust 

Snowfish roasted in Bamboo Roast snow fish Zhong Qi style roasted in bamboo 

X.O scallop Pan-fried Japanese Scallop wrapped in bacon and seafood sauce 

Summer & Winter Ice cream and chocolate sauce in a hot clay pot

All you Can Eat Dim Sum Lunch/ Dinner (Weekday) THB 888net / person  (Weekend) THB 1,150net / person

Location: 2nd Floor, JW Marriott Bangkok

Lunch: 11:30 am – 02:30 pm Dinner: 06:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Contact: Tel:  +662 656 7700 Email: mhrs.bkkdt.manho.mgr@marriotthotels.com

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