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Ilustrado Celebrates the Year of the Red Fire Monkey

Ilustrado, one of the pioneer of heritage restaurants in Intramuros offers a special Chinese New Year set menu for lunch and dinner from February 5-8, 2016.

            Learn what the year may have in store for you with a Fortune Cookie then start the meal with an appetizer of Duck Salad Chinoise followed by Raw Fish Soup with Bokchoy and Cilantro. Main entrĂ©e is Stir Fried Beef Tenderloin with Asparagus and Shitake Mushrooms in Oyster Sauce. Pair this with Vegetable Fried Rice. Dessert is Mango Sago.


            This special Chinese New Year set menu is available for P850+ per person at Ilustrado located at 744 General Luna Road, Intramuros, Manila. For reservations call 527-2345 or 527-3674 or log on tocatering@ilustradorestaurant.com.ph and www.ilustradorestaurant.com.ph.



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