WHERE IN METRO MANILA: Find a taste of China with the family-style recipes of Mann Hann

From 1995 up to now, Mann Hann is still a well-loved Chinese restaurant. It has now several branches in Metro Manila and Luzon.

Mann Hann was  derived from an ancient Chinese legend that the owners  love to tell their children.  The romance involved Mann or Manchurian and a descendant from an old Han Dynasty and how the emperor's opulence showed when entertaining foreign dignitaries by ordering “Mann Hann” Menu which consist of 200 delectable varieties.  These feasts usually took them weeks to consume.  Nobody knows for sure how the story ended but somehow synonymous with authentic Chinese Cuisine.

There’s nothing extraordinary in their menu but the simple home-style dishes must be the reason behind their success, the way they present it, their people and the place.

The Robinsons Magnolia branch has a modern interior. The people are accommodating especially its branch manager Joyce Anne Flandez Belen, a hotel and restaurant administration magna cum laude graduate from the University of Northern Philippines. She treated me to lunch.

What are the favorites among their guests? Let's take a look at their menu:

You should try are the lechon macau (P300), spicy spareribs (285) and beef broccoli flower (P300). Other must-try dishes are the steamed fish fillet (P275) and fried spicy squid (P285).

Mann Hann has noodle soups (P285 to P320) and rice toppings (P240 to 260) to give diners a choice during the merienda service. Popular choices include beef broccoli flower rice, spicy sparerib rice, and seafood rice. Noodle favorites include the chami and bihon, which both come in sate and seafood variants. Dimsum (P95 to P160) and desserts (P45 to P170) are also available. You can order a fruit platter for only P170.

For more information, you may contact their branches: SM Megamall (631-0466), SM Mall of Asia (556-0783), Market Market (845-0319), SM North (3329523), J. Abad Santos St., San Juan (723-2918), Robinsons Place (400-6139), Glorietta 1 (856-6223), Trinoma (901-3133), Shoppesville (7258340), Mezza Residences (353-3341) Theater Mall (722-9147) and Robinsons Magnolia (442-6431 or 961-0362).

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