As practiced in Chinese communities around the world, families enjoy zong zi – a traditional dish made with sticky rice and several toppings – on the fifth day of the fifth month of the lunar calendar to mark the Dragon Boat Festival. .
This year, with the Dragon Boat Festival on June 14, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s authentic Cantonese restaurant, Lung Hin, serves up a timeless dish to share with family, friends and colleagues. There is the traditional Guangdong sticky rice dumpling, which includes roast duck, pork belly, and dried scallops; and the five-spice marinated pork, which has a pork belly, dried shrimp, and a canned marinated salted egg. Both variations are wrapped in lotus leaves and are available at P998 and P698 respectively.
Large volumes and advance orders are accepted via (632) 7720 7777 or [email protected] until June 15, 2021. Located on Level 44, Lung Hin accepts dinner guests in accordance with regulations issued by the Interagency Working Group for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases and the Pasig City Government.
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