SOURCE: Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel

Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel

January 17, 2012 14:43 ET

Hong Kong Airport Hotel Plans Chinese Lunar New Year Celebrations for 2012

From Now Until 5 February 2012

HONG KONG--(Marketwire - Jan 17, 2012) - The Chinese Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is the longest and most important festival in the Chinese Calendar. This celebration traditionally marks the end of the Winter and the start of Spring. It is a time for family reunions and gathering of friends. A time for celebrating the new Lunar year, wining, dining and enjoying the company of friends and family. Celebrate this special festival at the Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel. The 5 star Hong Kong hotel's Man Ho Chinese Restaurant has prepared an array of festive dining treats and takeaway puddings and cakes.

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant Festive Dining and Goodies

Festive Dining
Available from 21 January to 5 February 2012. For reservations, please call 3969 2888.

Lunar New Year Dim Sum Lunch Menu
Steamed chicken dumplings with black mushroom and sea moss (4 pieces) HK$48
Steamed pig's tongue with fish maw and black mushrooms (2 pieces) HK$48
Steamed shrimp dumplings with dried oysters (2 pieces) HK$48
Baked chicken puffs with abalone and mushroom (4 pieces) HK$48
Braised pork leg with vegetables and abalone sauce HK$68

Set Dinner for 10 - 12 persons
Fortune Menu: HK$438 per person - poached fresh shrimps; roasted Peking duck served with chinese pancakes; double boiled chicken soup with fish maw and vegetables; sautéed scallops with conpoy and seasonal vegetables; steamed grouper fish; baked lobster with cheese served with braised e-fu noodles; fried glutinous rice with preserved meat; sweetened red bean soup with glutinous dumpling.

Prosperity Menu: HK$538 per person - Loh Hei Chinese salmon salad; double boiled shark's fin soup with fish maw; sauteed scallops with sea whelk; sauteed sliced abalone with dried oysters and seasonal vegetables; steamed grouper fish; baked lobster with cheese served with braised e-fu noodles; fried glutinous rice with preserved meat; sweetened red bean soup with glutinous dumpling.

Highlights
Lo Hei
for Blessings, Prosperity, Wealth and Health! (Chinese Salmon Salad)
The tradition of Lo Hei can be traced back to ancient China -- from the coast of Guangzhou, the Southern Song Dynasty, until today's modern interpretation of the dish by the Chinese immigrants in South East Asia. Also known as the Prosperity Toss or Chinese Salad, this dish is popularized in Singapore and Malaysia. It is a requisite during Chinese New Year as a symbolism of good fortune, health and prosperity for the Chinese. From the banquet tables at Chinese New Year, the dish has evolved as a celebratory dish for family celebrations, business dinners and any joyous occasion. The higher you toss the salad the better the luck and good fortune!

The original Lo Hei consists of 27 auspicious ingredients. The Man Ho Chinese Restaurant version is a variation of the original for the occassion or if you just want to fuel up for luck!

Ala Carte Lunch and Dinner Menu
Chinese pancake with pan-fried goose liver, sliced pork and chicken liver HK$128
Double-boiled sea horse and sea dragon soup with chicken HK$128
Braised tomato lamb shank HK$258
Stewed beef belly with turnips HK$158
Black pepper soup with pig knuckles and vegetables HK$128
Pancake with Bombay-duck fish HK$108
Braised pea shoot with dried oysters and preserved meat HK$128
Fried glutinous rice with preserved meat (per person) HK$78

Festive Goodies
Available from now until 21 January 2012. For orders, please call 3969 2888.

Chinese New Year Coconut Pudding and Taro and Turnip Cake

In celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year 2012 -- Year of the Dragon -- Chinese Executive Chef, Ricky Wu and his team of chefs at the Man Ho Chinese Restaurant proudly presents an artistic and contemporary interpretation of the classic Chinese New Year Cake and the popular Turnip Cake.

Featuring two traditional cakes of dual flavors in the artistic form of a three dimension traditional Chinese Dragon -- Chinese New Year Coconut Pudding and, Taro and Turnip Cake. Mindful of the importance of quality, freshness and tastiness of the cakes, the cakes are prepared using only the freshest ingredients, without any artificial preservatives and flavorings.

As an assurance of exclusivity and quality, each cake is made to order and is personally hand-crafted to perfection by the Man Ho Chinese Restaurant chefs. Therefore, the request for a 24-hour advance notice prior to pick-up of the cakes/pudding. (Delivery options are available, please contact the restaurant for complete details)

Taro and Turnip Cake
Hongkongers' all-time favorite Turnip Cake has just got a make-over! The Taro and Turnip complement each other perfectly with the light sweetness of the creamy Taro and the textured savory Turnip cake with a bite of preserved sausages and dried prawns. Presented in the form of an intricately chiseled Taro Chinese Dragon emerging from the Turnip sea, you might find the Cake too much of an art form to consume!

Chinese New Year Coconut Pudding
A modern interpretation to the traditional Chinese New Year Pudding made from only Glutinous Rice. The chefs have donned their creative hats, in designing a culinary art piece of dual flavors -- a finely chiseled Coconut Pudding Chinese Dragon on a Glutinous Rice Pudding base, symbolic of the raging sea.

  • Original retail price: HK$188nett per pudding/cake
  • Early bird specials: HK$168nett per pudding/cake

Complimentary HK$1000 Man Ho Dining Voucher: In addition to the purchase of each pudding or cake, you will receive a dining voucher worth HK$1000. The voucher is applicable for use from 21 January to 5 February 2012 at Man Ho Chinese Restaurant, Chinese Lunar New Year Set Dinner Menus -- Fortune Menu (HK$438 per person) and Prosperity Menu (HK$538 per person). A minimum of 10 persons per table is required to enjoy this privilege.

SkyCity Marriott Smoked Salmon Premium XO Sauce
Due to popular demand, Man Ho Chinese Restaurant has made available the signature smoked-salmon premium XO Sauce, now bottled and packaged in a stylish and edgy box, reflective of the identity of the semi-fine dining Man Ho Chinese Restaurant. To meet the Chinese Lunar New Year demand, the team has prepared a limited quantity of the bottled XO sauce for sale. The XO sauce is freshly made and bottled at the restaurant. The recipe is unique to the SkyCity Marriott Hotel, the brainchild of Chinese Executive Chef, Ricky Wu. The highlight of the XO sauce is the use of premium smoked salmon, not commonly used in the regular XO sauce found in the market. Look out for more information as we officially launch this new product in February 2012. Each bottle costs HK$218.

Restaurant Opening Hours

Man Ho Chinese Restaurant (Mezzanine Level)
Marriott's signature Chinese Restaurant specializing in Dim Sum lunch and seafood delicacies from the Pearl River Delta.

Opening Hours
Lunch: 12pm to 3pm (Mon - Saturday); 10am to 3pm (Sunday)
Dinner: 6pm to 10.30pm daily
Please call 3969 2888 for reservations.

About The Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel
The 5-star Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel, set on the banks of the South China Sea, offers an oasis in the middle of this vibrant city. The complimentary shuttle bus from our hotel near Hong Kong's Tung Chung MTR station connects you to area attractions, including Hong Kong Disneyland (just 20 minutes away) and shopping at Citygate Outlets, and transportation hubs such as the SkyCity airport. Set out on your own to discover the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car, Big Buddha, Mai Po March and Ocean Park. Connected to the AsiaWorld Expo center, our Hong Kong MICE hotel's guestrooms offer sea or golf course views; luxurious bedding; plug-in technology and high-speed Internet access; TV with DVD player and premium movie channels; and marble bathrooms with plush robe and slippers. After a day of meetings or sightseeing, guests can enjoy our fully equipped health club, indoor pool, sauna, jogging trail and full-service Quan Spa.

Packaging
Each cake is packaged in a contemporary-styled semi-see through carry box.

Corporate Orders
Customization of box packaging in accordance to company logo is available at an additional cost. Please enquire for corporate orders.

Contact details for general enquiries and orders
Telephone: (852) 3969 2888
Fax: (852) 3969 2288
Email: mhrs.hkgap.manho@marriott.com

Contact details for corporate enquiries and orders
Telephone: (852) 3969 2018
Fax: (852) 3969 2023
Email: skycity.sales@marriott.com

Availability
Available from 12 January 2012

Pricing
Per bottle (200grams) at HK$218

Contact details for general enquiries and orders
Telephone: (852) 3969 2888
Fax: (852) 3969 2288
Email: mhrs.hkgap.manho@marriott.com

For corporate information, visit www.marriott.com.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Elizabeth Wan
    Director of Marketing Communications
    Tel: (852) 3969 2008
    Mobile: (852) 6293 9257
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