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Dimsum Lunch Set at Man Ho for only P888

Have your fill of your favorite dimsum at Man Ho during lunchtime for only P888. You can customize your own lunch set from Man Ho's variety of delectable dimsum choices.


Begin your Man Ho lunch set with a bowl of piping hot soup and choose between Hot and Sour or Braised Minced Beef Soup. Then move on to classic favorite dimsum such as Hakaw, Siomai, Chao Zhou Style Dumplings, Pork Spareribs and a whole lot more of mouthwatering dimsums.


Then you can add some Yang Chow rice or Braised E-fu Noodles before moving on to Man Ho's famous Steamed Custard Bun or Baked Barbeque Pork Bun.

And the best part in having this set lunch meal at Man Ho is that you need not wait for a long time for your orders to be served. This is perfect for luncheon meettings, family lunch outs, or simply just enjoying your fill of dimsum at Man Ho. The Dimsum Lunch Set is available every Mondays to Thursdays from 11:30am to 2:30pm. Call (02) 988-9999 for reservations.


Read about my Man Ho experience here --- Man Ho Opens at The West Wing of Marriott Hotel.




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