SEA mantis. These are marine crustaceans that are an exquisite treat for the palate. They are called sea mantis shrimps and can be eaten the way shrimps are eaten. They are more often mistaken for lobsters because they taste like lobsters, but they are not. They can be found in various cuisines, including Vietnamese, Japanese and Cantonese Chinese.
So, in keeping with the traditions of authentic Cantonese cuisine, Marco Polo Ortigas Manila’s authentic Cantonese restaurant, Lung Hin, showcases the subtle, exquisite flavors of the sea mantis for the whole month of March.
From March 1 all the way to March 31, 2020, Executive Chinese Chef Ken Leung and his kitchen team sets the stage for this exceptional ingredient to be enjoyed to the fullest by discerning gourmands who will be visiting Lung Hin. The sea mantis will be showcased in three culinary creations—Wok-fried Sea Mantis with Salt and Pepper, Steamed Sea Mantis with Vermicelli and Minced Garlic, and Wok-fried Sea Mantis with Spicy Chili Sauce.
For inquiries or reservations, call (+632) 7720-7720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Marco Polo Ortigas Manila is located at Meralco Ave. corner Sapphire Road, Ortigas Center, Pasig City; with telephone number (+632) 7720-7777.)