The first Mann Hann store opened in 1995, and the restaurant was so successful that it inspired them to establish several locations in shopping malls. The exteriors of Mann Hann establishments give the impression that they are posh art galleries. Most of the building’s exterior consists of glass, letting in plenty of ambient light in the morning and emphasizing soft lighting for the spacious dining space come the evening. The Mann Hann menu has options, but what are the absolute must-haves?
Here is the latest Mann Hann menu with prices in the Philippines:
Meat and Poultry
|Roast Chicken (Half Chicken)||420|
|Spicy Spareribs Forever||420|
|Lutong Lechon Macau||435|
|Lechon Macau with Tofu||435|
|Beef Broccoli Flower||420|
|Chinese Beef Tenderloin||455|
|Taosi Fish Fillet||425|
|Taosi Fish Fillet||425|
|Taosi Fish Fillet with Ampalaya||425|
|Fish Fillet with Broccoli Flower||425|
|Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet||425|
|Fried Squid / Spicy Squid||425|
|Fried Squid Head||425|
|Spicy Prawn (200g per order)||425|
|Prawn Tempura Wrapped In Bacon||425|
|Cereal Prawns (200g per order)||480|
|Long Live Chami||425|
|Cha Bihon / Sate Bihon||425 / 425|
|Seafood Cha Bihon||450|
|Pork Leg Bihon||450|
|Seafod Pancit Canton||450|
|Fried Noodles with Pork and Seafood||425|
|Fried Noodles with Seafood||455|
Desserts and Drinks
|Buko / Assorted Sherbet||165|
|Black Almond Jelly||95|
|Honey Lemon Tea Liter /Glass||195 / 100|
|Fresh Buko Juice||120|
|Fresh Fruit Shake in Season||160|
|Lemon Basil Frost||150|
|Tarragon Iced Tea||150|
|San Miguel Pale Pilsen||110|
|San Miguel Ligh||110|
|Softdrinks in Can||85|
|Siomai (Pork and Shrimp)||170|
|Dumplings (Steamed and Fried)||170|
|*Shrimp and Vegetable Dumpling||190|
|Siopao (2pcs per order) Asado, Spicy Asado, Bola-Bola, Kutchay (With Pork)||90|
|*Xiao Long Bao||240|
|Green Seafood Soup||465|
|Hot and Sour Soup||400|
|Chicken Corn Soup||400|
|Batchoy Seaweed Soup||310|
|Maki (Maki balls with Shrimp)||315|
|Roast Chicken Noodles||325|
|Beef Wonton Noodles||355|
|Spicy Sansi Fried Rice||425|
|Yang Chow Fried Rice||425 / 255|
|Salted Fish Fried Rice||425 / 255|
|Beef Broccoli Flower Rice||360|
|Beef Ampalaya Rice||360|
|Taosi Spareribs Rice||360|
|Spicy Spareribs Rice||360|
|Sweet and Sour Spareribs Rice||360|
|Sweet and Sour Pork Rice||360|
|Lechon Macau Rice||360|
|Broccoli with Shitake Rice||360|
|Sweet and Sour Fish Fillet Rice||360|
|Taosi Fish Fillet Rice||360|
|Fish Tofu Rice||360|
|Fish Broccoli Flower Rice||360|
|Fried Fish Fillet Rice||360|
|Broccoli Flower with Shitake||340|
|Broccoli Flower with Garlic||340|
|Eggplant with Minced Pork||295|
|French Beans with Taosi||295|
Their appeal stems from the fact that they provide consistently and reliably delicious Chinese comfort cuisine. Nothing particularly revolutionary on the menu, but it has many of the meals we crave when we just want something easy and reassuring to eat. The Mann Hann menu includes a range of reasonably priced selections, including entrees, dim sum, chicken, noodles, and many more.
Mann Hann Best Sellers
Here’s a run-down of the crowd favorites on the Mann Hann menu.
Yang Chow Fried Rice
If there’s anything that will bridge Filipino and Chinese cuisine, it is our collective love for rice. You’ll find their Yang Chow Fried Rice to die for if you’re a rice connoisseur. Their rendition of this Chinese restaurant mainstay is filled with eggs, barbequed pork bits, and green onions for a fresh crunch. If you’re up for something saltier than a savory bite, you can try my personal favorite, their Salted Fish Fried Rice. It’s got salted fish and chicken bits instead of barbequed pork. Both choices can feed up to four people — if you can stop yourself from getting an extra serving.
Nothing goes better with their fried rice than their classic Cereal Chicken. It’s deceptively simple — it’s crispy fried chicken that’s made more delicious with a gentle toss with an aromatic spiced cereal mix with a little bit of a kick. This dish’s flavor is addictive; the slight heat will get you through your rice faster.
Congee is another rice staple in Asia, and Mann Hann has these on their menu with two variations: with Beef or with Fish. The beef congee was a great dish, owever, we can’t find it anymore on updated menus as of the time of writing.
Mann Hann’s Oyster Cake is an absolute must-try and an absolute classic. It’s one of the original items from their first store (almost three decades ago!) and is still one of the most sought-after menu items today. The great thing about their Oyster Cake is that you’ll actually taste the oysters and fillings, not the fillers — a must-have for oyster lovers.
Steamed to precision, these dumplings have fresh, juicy, and juicy prawns encased in elegant wrappers — no Mann Hann visit is complete without a taste of their Hakaw. It might not be a unique item on their menu, but it’s something you’ll remember. My partner and I are crazy for hakaw, and Mann Hann is yet to disappoint.
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Mann Hann Noodles
Like any self-respecting Chinese restaurant, Mann Hann offers tasty noodle options. I personally recommend their Beef Hofan, generously loaded with beef and flat noodles. This has been a long-standing favorite of mine, and not a single bite is left on the plate. Mann Hann especially boasts of their ‘fresh hand-made’ noodles in their offerings, so rest assured, their noodles won’t fail you.
Mann Hann Delivery
You may always use GrabFood to have some of Mann Hann’s tastiest dishes, such as Yang Chow Fried Rice, Hakaw, and more, delivered straight to your door.
Frequently Asked Questions
What To Order In Mann Hann?
If you’ve never eaten at Mann Hann, you may be stumped for ideas on what to have. Besides the popular items we have mentioned, you may also get Lechon Macau, Crispy Pata, and Mapo Tofu.
About Mann Hann in the Philippines
The first Mann Hann opened in San Juan as a high-end deli and convenience shop in 1996. When Ledesma operated his trucking firm, Dianne, Doris, and Dorothy built a shop selling imports from Subic like Wagyu Beef. The regular mahjong players on the establishment’s second floor usually requested food, and the hosts always provided it.
The owners of Mann Hann Restaurant took inspiration for their business name from an ancient Chinese story. The emperor, a descendant of the ancient Han Dynasty and a Mann or Manchurian, exhibited his lavish side while dining with foreign guests. He requested the “Mann Hann” menu, which included 200 different types of delicious food. Often, they would spend weeks consuming these banquets. No one can say what happened, but these words have come to be associated with traditional Chinese food.
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