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Monday, August 6, 2012

Shang Palace, Makati Shangrila





I finally met one of my cooking inspirations, Ate Kris, last July. Ate Kris is based in Germany but can cook Filipino and other dishes from scratch. She was here for a short vacation with her family, so we met up for a delicious lunch at Shang Palace, Makati Shangrila Hotel. 




Shang Palace is Makati Shangrila's Chinese restaurant which offers a wide variety of Cantonese delights and delicious dimsum during lunch. They also have Dim Sum Plus or unlimited Dim Sum during weekdays.  




The restaurant is very spacious and has a really elegant feel. There are different dining rooms for either large parties or intimate gatherings. 



We were seated at the booth (table for 4 pax), which has a beautiful crimson background. 

We were served a complimentary appetizer, Fried Tofu. 

Fried Tofu
Soup

We had Sweet Corn Soup with Crab Meat & Asparagus (Php 285)

Sweet Corn Soup with Crab Meat & Asparagus

I wasn't expecting much, but this soup surprised me. It was flavorful! I could really taste real corn. A serving is good for 2 persons.

Dim Sum

As per Chinese tradition, Dim Sum is only served during lunch. We had Steamed Crystal Skin Shrimp Dumplings or Hakao (Php 210) and Steamed Fresh Scallop and Shrimp Dumplings (Php 210)

Steamed Crystal Skin Shrimp Dumplings

Steamed Fresh Scallop and Shrimp Dumplings

Both dumplings have huge pieces of shrimp, which I really liked. 

We also had Baked Pineapple with Barbecued Pork Bun (Php 210) and Steamed Shang Palace Xiao Lung Pao (Php 210).


Baked Pineapple with Barbecued Pork Bun
Steamed Shang Palace Xiao Lung Pao

Baked Pineapple with Barbecued Pork Bun is similar to Pork Asado Bun. It has the right amount of sweetness and it was really filling. Shang Palace's Xiao Lung Pao was included in Spot.ph's Top Ten Xiao Long Bao in Manila. Their Xiao Lung Pao is really delicate that one has to be really careful if you're transferring it to your plate. Might as well eat it from the dimsum basket. :)

Meats

We also ordered Stir Fried Beef Tenderloin Cubes in Black Pepper (Php 890, small).

Stir Fried Beef Tenderloin Cubes in Black Pepper

The dish was very flavorful and meat is really tender and juicy. The bell peppers and garlic didn't overwhelm the peppery taste of the beef. This dish is good for 3-4 persons. 

Desserts

For dessert, we had Chilled Mango Puree with Sago and Diced Mango (Php 150)

Chilled Mango Puree with Sago and Diced Mango

I don't really like sago (even in my taho), but I'd love to have this dessert again! The mango and mango puree is sweet! :)

Shang Place offers a variety of delectable dishes that one or two visits is not enough. I see myself visiting again, maybe to have a Dim Sum lunch or a family dinner. :)

I really enjoyed my lunch with Ate Kris (I'll really think about those life lessons you told me). I was really happy to finally meet you. Hope to see you again! :)

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Shang Palace
Level 2
Makati Shangrila Hotel
Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue
Makati City
Contact No.8400884 
Operating Hours
Dim Sum Plus: 11:30am - 2:30pm  (Monday to Saturday) 
Lunch 11:30am - 2:30pm (Monday to Saturday) 
10:30am - 2:30pm (Sunday) 
Dinner 6:30pm - 10:30pm (Monday to Sunday)

21 comments:

  1. I'm so envious! Those dishes look super yummy.

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  2. i miss their food. i wanna go back and i wanna try that xiao lung pao!

    Carizza
    www.carizzachua.co.cc

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  3. I've been to Makati Shangri-la a couple of times for seminars but haven't dined in any of its restaurants.

    Their interiors and tableware has character. Looks good in photos. I'm a fan of Sweet Corn Soup with Crab ♥

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    1. Hi Dems! I bet you'll love their Sweet Corn Soup. :)

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  4. Yummy! I love Shang Palace, one of the best Chinese restaurants here in Manila for sure. Also try their Dimsum Plus promo, P999 net per person for eat-all-you-can dimsum... lots of kinds to order, inclusive of short order dishes, dessert, etc. Mon-Sat lunch :)

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    1. I'll probably go back and try Dimsum Plus! :)

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  5. all restaus in all Shangrila Hotels never fails to impress me!

    :)

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    1. I must also commend on their staff (and the manager) for the excellent service! :)

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  6. Baked Pineapple with Barbecued Pork Bun!!! that seems new to me!! (never been to Makati Shang) I love how the food is done with a twist.

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    1. I hope you'll try this soon, Jammy Jam! :)

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  7. Shang Palace looks so cozy and serene. and the foods, although quite expensive, looks dainty! I hope to get there one day :)

    lavinajampit.blogspot.com

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  8. gorgeous food! got my new blog BTW, pls show some love dear.. :)

    JC
    awalkwithshing.blogspot.com

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  9. It's Shang so it means it's synonymous to being grand hehehe! Sarap ng mga pagkain..Nakakagutom lagi once binibisita ko ang site nyo ni Sumi hehehe!

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  10. Sarap! Since it's Makati Shan, I'm sure it's as good as the food in Circles. =)

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  11. This place reminds me of The China Club in Singapore. Baked pineapple with barbecued pork bun made me drool. Damn!

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