Welcome the Year of the Metal Rat with a classic sweet treat elevated with a beautiful aquatic design.
Manila Marriott celebrates in style and opulence for the upcoming Lunar New Year with traditional lion and dragon dances, a lavish feast, but most especially— premium lucky treats. A sweet staple everyone craves for come the new year festivities, the tikoy is a favorite for traditional celebrations as well as casual spectators just looking for the rich sweet snack. In Chinese folklore, this sweet and sticky pastry also called as nian gao is pasted to the image of the Kitchen God in every household. It is believed that by smearing tikoy on his mouth will keep his lips “sealed” and speak only “sweet” words to the Jade Emperor about the family he watches over – bringing in good luck in return. With this in mind, Manila Marriott’s iconic Chinese restaurant, Man Ho, releases its modern version of tikoy with koi and ingot shaped ones that make for a beautiful addition to your festive feast and maybe give some good luck your way.
The gorgeously made Chinese delicacy is available in a Premium Red Box (Php 1388++) with a gold stamp that contains two Koi Fish-shaped Tikoy. Another festive option is to avail it in a Gold Tin Can (Php 888++) which contain one Koi Tikoy and an ingot shaped one. These lucky treats are sure to wow and complete your Lunar Feast whether as a sweet finale or an enticing centerpiece, welcome the new year in delectable style.
Man Ho is located at Manila Marriott Hotel, GF, Marriott West Wing, 2 Resorts Drive, Pasay, 1309 Metro Manila. Man Ho’s Tikoy and Lunar New Year hamper are available until January 26, 2020. For reservations and inquiries, contact (632) 8988-9999.
Photos from Manila Mariott