Jereme Leung, Eng Yew Khor create new modern Chinese dishes for Conrad Manila
Hailed celebrity master chef Jereme Leung makes his triumphant return to Manila for an exclusive gastronomic collaboration with Conrad Manila’s executive Chinese chef Eng Yew Khor.
The two advocates of modern Chinese cuisine will work closely together alongside their dedicated team of culinary artisans to create a revolutionary new menu made from China’s rarest and most premium ingredients, all prepared with a local flair.
Treasures of the Orient
From Oct. 9-13, food enthusiasts and connoisseurs alike can feast on a unique and wide array of contemporary Chinese delights such as the Crispy Aroma Duck Green Salad in Kamquat Sesame Dressing; Deep-Fried Abalone with Mushroom and Truffle Pastry Puff; Stir-Fried Stuffed Crab Claw with Crispy Egg Yolk and Butter Cream; and Oven-Baked Miso Snow Fish with Garlic White Sauce.
The Treasures of the Orient 5-course set menu is priced at P5,000 nett per person, and is available daily for lunch and dinner.
Avid patrons of the highly acclaimed restaurant can also look forward to an innovative selection of palate-pleasing à la carte menu items throughout the week. The fruits of this creative partnership include Wok-Fried US Shredded Beef in Jereme Leung’s signature
Termite Mushroom Sauce, Double-Boiled King Coconut with Abalone and Seafood Dumplings, and Yunnan’s Fresh Rose Petal-Flavored Ice Cream with Vanilla Panna Cotta.
Recently recognized for its modern interpretation of traditional Chinese cuisine, China Blue by Jereme Leung was the Global Winner-Chinese Cuisine category of the World Luxury Restaurant Awards 2017. The restaurant’s famed Black Gold Egg Custard Bun was also cited by the Philippine Daily Inquirer’s Lifestyle section with a Best Dessert Award 2016.
Together with the hotel’s all-day dining option Brasserie on 3, China Blue by Jereme Leung received Philippine Tatler’s Top 20 Best Restaurant 2017 award.
Visit www.conradmanila. com; call 8339999.
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