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Dim Sum Nights at Shang Palace, Makati Shangri-La Manila

My family & I are such suckers for Dim Sum, our asian version of tapas & small plates served in small steamer baskets. Because the kids have school & school-related activities in the mornings of weekdays AND sometimes (to my chagrin) even on the weekends, we more often than not food-crawl at night. Yes, we are team #GOppets and we are Dim Sum addicts, lol. Name a Dim Sum place in Manila & we have probably tried it.

One of our favorite Dim Sum places is Shang Palace at Makati Shangri-La Manila. With over 40 Dim Sum assortments to choose from at such a reasonable price, it is by far THE unbeatable Dim Sum kingdom in our books. Unfortunately, as per the Chinese tradition of Yum ChaShang Palace only serves dimsum for lunch.

But not any more! Shang Palace temporarily breaks from old customs & practices as it introduces the Dim Sum a la carte dinner menu. Modern times after all, calls for modern measures.

For a limited time only!


Click HERE for a clearer & bigger view of the a la carte Dim Sum menu. What did I tell ya? The price points are more than reasonable, right? Considering Shang Palace is a 5-star hotel outlet.

You can now satisfy your Dim Sum cravings at night as Shang Palace makes your traditional a la carte favorites available during dinner time starting tonight until June 30, 2017 from 6pm to 10:30pm. \m/

Shang Palace, Makati Shangri-La Manila

2nd Level Makati Shangri-La Hotel, Ayala Avenue corner Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati (02) 813-8888

Enjoy any or all of the 40+ a la carte old-time favorite Dim Sum dishes like the Hakaw, Pork Siomai and Veggie Dumplings as well as the steamed sticky machang rice and beef balls that are usually only available at lunch time at Shang Palace.


Lotus leaves pearl chicken (3 pcs.) 208 php, Steamed crystal skin shrimp dumplings (4 pcs.) 258 php, and Steamed vegetarian dumpling “Chiu Chow “style (4 pcs.) 188 php.


Steamed beef balls (4 pcs.) 188 php.


Deep fried taro puffs with diced scallops (3 pcs.) 248 php, Baked barbecued pork pie (3 pcs.) 198 php, and Deep-fried spring rolls (3 pcs.) 208 php.


Fried onion flavored flaky cake (4 pcs.) 198 php


Baked mini egg tarts with fresh milk (4 pcs.) 188 php.

If like Kap & I, you are never truly satisfied with just the small plates, then I encourage you to also go for the big one & order Shang Palace‘s braised E-fu noodles in lieu of rice. Guaranteed to end your night with a smile ;)


Braised E-fu noodles with seafood 1,988 php.

Prices are in Philippine Peso inclusive of 12% VAT, subject to 10% service charge and applicable government taxes. Shang Palace is open for dinner daily from 6:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Date nights just got more scrumptious with Dim Sum nights at Shang Palace. <3

To read The Beginner’s Field Guide to Dim Sum, a.k.a. Dimsum for Dummies, lol, click HERE  ;)

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