Like many, I was only aware of the baccarat crystal pig food court and the high end restaurants but not the mid priced ones located on Level.
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In a nutshell, Man Tong Kitchen is a good place to indulge in classic Oriental flavours.
Sizzling Curry Prawns, given our fondness for spices, we continued on the Szechuan trail with the Szechuan style Fish Fillets in Chilli Oil.
Go for the lobster or Chinese sausage before moving on to one of many soups, including a crabmeat sweet corn soup.
Szechuan style Fish Fillets in Chilli Oil.
Website: timings: Lunch: Monday to Sunday 11:30am 3:00pm.
I must admit that the term curry did intrigue me and one of the reasons why I wanted to try out the dish.
Wontons with Szechuan Chilli Oil, the next on the list was the Sizzling Curry Prawns.If youve brought a group, order the Peking duck; its a signature dish not to be missed.Start with some dim sum and dumplings.The spacious dining area comfortably seats 200 diners and features four private dining areas for meetings, events and special occasions.The rest of the list is pretty average but there are some really expensive bottles of whiskey if you have the cash to burn.The visit to Man Tong Kitchen was an impromptu and special one because it marked our 10th wedding anniversary.Lisa dined on Mon, (8 sichuan Dumplings in Chili oil are sensational.
As you step into Man Tong Kitchen, you will be transported into an atmosphere that reflects Chinas incredible cultural elements and flavours.
Not overly spicy but with a perfectly balanced spice kick that even our 7 year old could enjoy.