Conrad Manila’s award-winning China Blue by Jereme Leung indulges patrons with ‘Majestic Harvest’ featuring the much-awaited return of celebrity master chef Jereme Leung.
The week-long celebration, which will last until from September 29, is highlighted by a regal curation of modern Chinese cuisine delicately presented in an exclusive six-course set menu.
“We are delighted to welcome Chef Jereme back at Conrad Manila, with a fresh and new approach to Chinese cookery that our guests will surely take pleasure in,” shares Michael Albana, Hotel Commercial Director, adding, “This year’s ‘Majestic Harvest’ is inspired by the many wondrous local and East Asian ingredients that are well-curated by Chef Jereme to provide diners with an innovative and exciting culinary adventure.”
Leung works the wok with Conrad Manila’s resident Executive Chinese Chef Eng Yew Khor to share a heart-warming selection of indulgent flavors with menu highlights such as Pan-fried Shao Hsing yellow wine chicken pancake with black caviar, Stir-fried fresh abalone with Teohchew sauce, and Wok-fried lobster with Mongolian creamy pepper sauce and rice pop, among others.
A renowned artisan of all four cornerstones of Chinese cuisine: dim sum, Chinese barbecue, knife work, and wok-cooking, chef Leung showcases an array of culinary supremacy achieved through years of experience and journeying through China’s different regions.
‘Majestic Harvest’ is available daily for lunch and dinner, with set menu prices starting at P6,988 nett per person. China Blue by Jereme Leung is open daily from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch and 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. for dinner.
Conrad Manila observes stringent health and safety measures in line with local government guidelines and Hilton’s own CleanStay initiative and holds the Department of Tourism “Safety Seal.”
For inquiries and reservations, please call +63 2 8833 9999, send an email to [email protected] or visit www.conradmanila.com. Follow @conradmanilph on Facebook and @conradmanila on Instagram for more updates.
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