People who live in the South who love good Chinese food and dimsum, there is good news! Shanghai Saloon just opened in Molito Alabang. This new branch shares the same modern Chinese interiors of the original one, even a podium where a band performs and entertains the discerning clientele.
Opening this month, and as a treat to their customers, Shanghai Saloon is offering their Eat-All-You-Can promo for only P888+ per person. Customers get to enjoy freshly cooked dishes from their skilled chefs, starting off with 21 dim sum favorites such as Shrimp Dumplings or Hakaw, Pork with Mushroom or Siomai, Chicken Feet with Black Pepper, Pork Ribs with Black Beans Sauce, Minced Beef Balls, Bean Curd Sheet Rolls with Oyster Sauce, Sichuan Pork Dumplings, Sweetened Smooth Taro Creamed Buns, Jumbo Pao with Salted Egg, Taro Dumpling, Vegetable Spring Roll, Golden Prawn Dumplings with Mayonnaise, Mango Prawn Roll with Cheese, Sesame Prawn Toast, Deep Fried Bun with Condensed Milk, Fried Radish Cake with Egg and XO Sauce, Pan-Fried Shanghai Pork Dumpling, Char Kway with Wasabi Mayonnaise, Oven-Baked Traditional Egg Tart, Oven-Baked Custard Bun (Traditional Hong Kong Style), and Fried Char Kway with Wasabi Mayonnaise.
Aside from dim sum, this buffet also includes appetizers such as Marinated Jelly Fish with Sichuan Chili and Cantonese Soy Sauce Chicken. Choose from soup bowls such as Braised Eight Treasure Fish Maw Soup, Sichuan Hot and Sour Soup, and Minced Chicken with Corn Soup. Congee is also available such as Century Egg with Minced Pork Congee, and four entrees of Salt and Pepper Squid, Stir-Fried Chicken with Dried Chili “Kung Pao” style, Honey-glazed Sweet & Sour Pork, and Stir-Fried Green Beans with Roasted Pork Belly and Mushrooms. If you’re in need of some carbs, Steamed Jasmine Rice and Yang Chow Fried Rice are being offered. Stewed E-fu Noodles with Mushrooms and Bean Sprouts are available for those who prefer noodles. Chilled Black Gulaman with Pandan Syrup and Ice Cream are the choices for desserts.
Take note that the seating is only good for two hours within the time frame of 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., so it’s best to visit Shanghai Saloon and enjoy the unli-dim sum with family and friends.
Aside from the dishes mentioned above, Shanghai Saloon also has other offerings such as Sweet and Sour Pork, Kung Pao Chicken, Szechuan Beef and many more. A must-order, if you're a big group, is their Peking Duck which is served roasted on fire right before our eyes. It can also be served in two or three ways, your choice—just inform the staff of your request.
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