As part of the hotel’s 30th anniversary celebrations, the much-loved restaurant has received a stunning top-to-toe makeover, with sophisticated new interiors that perfectly complement Executive Chinese Chef Jayson Tang’s reinvented menu of refined Cantonese dishes.
Man Ho’s elegant new aesthetics are inspired by a classic Chinese garden, with a harmonious interplay of marble, wood and metallic elements balanced against beautiful water and flower motifs. A tranquil water fountain with lotus sculptures sets the mood at the dining room’s main entrance, with a traditional wooden moon gate – which represents an auspicious blessing in Chinese culture.
Moving inside, the restaurant’s interior features a pair of exquisite handmade Chinese cloisonné enamel walls depicting spring and autumn with camellia blossoms and maple leaves, alongside bespoke marble moon gate screens and carved wooden panels finished with hand-painted floral designs. Magnificent chandeliers crafted from over 6,000 pieces of champagne gold-tinted glass cascade from the ceilings, whilst the delicate blue and grey hues of the restaurant’s carpet are deliberately evocative of a water lily pond – artistic flourishes that further enhance Man Ho’s graceful ambience.
Of course, Man Ho’s renovation doesn’t stop merely at its décor; its menu has also received a sprinkling of new culinary magic, courtesy of Executive Chinese Chef Jayson Tang. Chef Tang’s distinctive cuisine offers an innovative yet authentic take on traditional Chinese cooking, delivering a fresh, vibrant take on Cantonese classics.