Chinese restaurant Dragon Court opens at Manila Prince Hotel


By Kristelle Bechayda

Manila Prince Hotel celebrates the official opening of Chinese restaurant Dragon Court. At the helm is Chef Sun Bing, who has 34 years of culinary experience. Customers are in for a surprise as he gives traditional Chinese dishes a modern twist.

“What we did is we revised some [dishes]. Like for the same lapu-lapu, usually for Chinese food, we always team it with soy sauce. Now that we have witnessed the different ways of cooking it, [we are] just recreating the authentic standard food into something modernized,” says Chef Sun Bing, as translated by sister company Manila Hotel’s Chinese operation manager Guinevere Chan.

6Chef Sun Bing

Some of  Dragon Court’s must-try dishes are the Two Kinds Dim Sum of Hakaw and Siomai, Eight Treasure Diced Winter Melon Soup, Stew Vegetarian Eggplant, Stir-Fried Grouper Fillet with Egg White, Cheese Shrimp Ball, Crispy Fried Chicken-Hong Kong Style, and Baked Taro Fried Rice.

4 Siomai Dim Sum

3Cheese Shrimp Ball

2 Minced Pork in 5 Spice Sauces

1Wagyu Beef in Honey Pepper Sauce

Apart from the cuisine, the restaurant’s interior also stands out with its old dragon decorations, lanterns, and red and golden accents. Dragon Court has five private rooms and can house around 150 people.

“Manila Prince is at the heart of Manila. Ermita has been the cultural hub from the very start. Since we are in the neighborhood, Dragon Court will be the place where people can have access to Chinese food. And I’m sure our neighbors, guests, and even tourists will be able to savor what authentic Chinese cuisine is all about,” says Manila Hotel’s president Joey Lina.

Dragon Court is now open from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

See more at: Manila Bulletin


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