- American Express
- Diners Club
- Opening Hours: M-F 12:00-14:30, 18:30-22:30, Sa-Su & Ph 11:30-14:30, 18:30-22:30
- Nearby Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: Yes
- Reservations Accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
- Takeaway: No
- Corkage Fee: 500
- Can accommodate large group: Yes
- Children Friendly: Yes
- Pet Friendly: No
- Private Room Available: Yes
- Dress Code: Smart Causal
- Post 11pm order: No
- Al Fresco: No
Wagyu beef, black pepper puff; Tiger prawn, bamboo shoot dumpling; Shanghaiese soup dumpling, minced pork
Fresh Juices, Elegant Champagne by glass, wine, extensive selection of teas, including vintage teas. Chinese wines
In addition of the ambience of imperial splendour, a mixture of rich local rosewood emboldened by Shanghai pink table décor, pays homage to its illustrious past When it was renovated in 2006, it was restored to its original 1960s décor which includes dark rosewood furnishings and ‘bird cage’ lamps.
14 September 2009
Socially-Responsible and no 10%, Man Wah's Daily Dim Sum, Bistecca Opens, Mandarin Grill's New Menu, Fashion T Returns
28 September 2009
Seafood Menu, Amber's Value Menus, Must Try Dim Sum, Santa Lucia's New Chef
Is Food Really Art?
I have presumed so far in this column that food can be considered art. Am I wrong? Should food instead be considered as ‘craft’ or is it neither...is it just food?
Unique Flavours of Mooncakes
It's Been a Crab Week! (Part 1)
After a mini-break from this column last week, I'm back in full force. Last week's food adventures were extremely exciting and I cannot wait to write about them. Crabs are my favourite seafood and I happily gobbled down four meals of crabs in one week. It was a wonderful week indeed.
Chinese Hairy Crab Delicacies
Hairy Crabs for Lazy People
It is tradition for Shanghainese to go for hairy crab dinners when the temperature drops, but it seems like us Hong Kongers are even more fanatic about these crustaceans. Every year, hundreds of thousands if not millions hairy crab fans look forward to October when these bright orange delicacies are in season. The anticipation of cracking open a crab to see how fatty it is, the feeling of having the thick gelatin-like male roe engulfed in one's mouth, and the satisfaction one gets when sucking the delicate sweet meat through the claws and legs are just a few reasons we love hairy crabs.
Artistic Conception Dining
When the PR from Mandarin Oriental invited me to a media dinner at Man Wah to have a first taste of the Da Dong promotion in April, I was probably the first to reply a big enthusiastic yes. Firstly, Da Dong is one of my favourite restaurants in Beijing and secondly, I have never had a bad meal at Man Wah. Double whammy.
Say It: Wholly Crab!
It’s that time of the year, people. The mooncakes are now replaced with the flooding of hairy crabs from China. Before you grab your utensils ready and your hands dirty, do look into the options of hairy crabs when dining out. Many restaurants are serving special dinner sets and deals for these prized crustaceans, and we have arrived at Man Wah, where a collaboration with Shanghai’s Cheng Long Hang Crab Palace Restaurant runs from October 27 to November 14. While the promotion is days away, we offer you a sneak peek into the luxury of crabs and their roe and the many inspired dishes created by Man Wah’s very own Chef Man Sing Lee.
The First Dip: A Taste of Hangzhou at Man Wah