Tea of Spring’s Revitalized Chinese Menu

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Everyone finds comfort in Chinese food and my recent lunch at Tea of Spring was simply  nostalgic. As I walk to my table, can’t help but notice families enjoying their lunch that ignited a flashback of my childhood. And yes, I do find Chinese food binding. When we were kids and  my siblings and I get into a petty fight, my dad’s initial solution is a hefty dim sum lunch. 🙂

Tea of Spring at the Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa recently revitalized their Chinese menu, adding a few more delectable and sumptuous Chinese dishes that will surely be on your list of Chinese favorites.

 

A few of my new favorites are Seafood and meat dumpling in supreme soup, Crispy aromatic duck served with sour plum sauce, Stir-fried string beans Szechuan style and Deep-fried seafood roll with mango. And who doesn’t love Tea of Spring fried  rice with XO sauce, a must order when dining here at Tea of Spring. And my all time favorite at Tea of Spring and a perfect way to end a sumptuous meal is to a have a serving or two of  homemade mochi and chilled mango puree with pomelo and sago. ^_^

Seafood and meat dumpling in supreme soup - Tea of Spring

Seafood and meat dumpling in supreme soup – Tea of Spring

 

Cheong fan red rice vegetarian - Tea Of Spring

Cheong fan red rice vegetarian – Tea Of Spring

 

Tea Of Spring

Tea Of Spring

Stir-fried string beans Szechuan style- Tea Of Spring

Stir-fried string beans Szechuan style- Tea Of Spring

 

XO Sauce Tea of Spring

XO Sauce Tea of Spring

 

Homemade mochi and chilled mango puree with pomelo and sago - Tea of Spring

Homemade mochi and chilled mango puree with pomelo and sago – Tea of Spring

And hey, have I told you already that there’s an ongoing Tea of Spring dim sum lunch promotion? For 688++ per person enjoy 3 types of dim sum, 2 main courses, 1 rice or noodle dish and 1 dessert! For inquiries and reservations, please call (63 32) 2318224 or email fbreservations.mac@shangri-la.com

 

 

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