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Traditional Cantonese cuisine for the modern palate shared at new video

By Yuan Shenggao | China Daily Global | Updated: 2020-09-28 07:48
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One of the eight dishes featured in the video.[Photo provided to China Daily]

Man Ho, a branded Chinese restaurant at hotels and resorts managed by Marriott International hospitality group, shares its taste for Cantonese cuisine with a new marketing video.

The restaurant has released the video titled The Taste of Man Ho, in cooperation with world-class pianist and international food and wine connoisseur Zhao Yinyin, food critic Dong Keping, gourmet and senior dining planner He Weisheng and food writer and poet Xiao Kuan.

The Taste of Man Ho is interpreted through eight signature dishes, which are created by Leo Cao, culinary director of Chinese operations at Marriott International and a chef team from the Chinese restaurant, to "tell the emotional connection between food and people".

"We understand that food in China is more than just a meal," said Michael Malik, senior area vice-president of Chinese operations at Marriott International. "The relationship between people and food is inseparable and affects our social life."

Since its opening in 1989, Man Ho has "created recipes that respect tradition while enhancing flavors for the modern palate, and been a favorite place for guests' reunions", Malik said.

Embodying the brand DNA of staying timeless, crafted and storied, Man Ho wants to offer guests unforgettable moments with thoughtfully curated dining experiences incorporating premium ingredients, refined cooking techniques and exquisite presentation.

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