Chinese New Year Treat: Seafood Market and Restaurant in Ermita, Manila

A time for family and loved ones to celebrate anew, look no further where to eat heartily for the Year of the Fire Monkey. From the lavish menu to the upscale venue, our Seafood Market and Restaurant in Bocobo St., Ermita Manila provides the ultimate banquet to welcome the Chinese New Year. As a treat, take advantage of the 10% discount both for cash and credit card payments with two bottles of wine for only P1, 000 throughout February.

During this time of the year, fish is a perennial must-eat on the table. A vital ingredient that signifies wholeness, it’s also much anticipated for bringing in abundance and togetherness to the partakers. If you opt to play it safe, order the steamed lapu lapu and we guarantee satisfaction from its huge portion to straightforward flavor. For more fresh options, all you need to do is head towards the chiller where you’re spoilt with a choice that’s not only meant to bring wealth and luck, but a gustatory delight.

Crabs with Black Pepper Sauce Singaporean Style

Crabs are considered a thing of splendor for the Chinese New Year feast. Just because serving main dishes with whole parts evokes wholeness in terms of work and life, don’t miss the crabs with black pepper sauce Singaporean style or grilled crabs on your list.

Baked Lobster

Another star is the lobster, a crustacean favorite delightfully rendered in three ways: soup, sashimi, or baked. Gloriously recommended for the New Year feast for its bright red color and shape that resembles a dragon, it’s basically an auspicious staple that’s also served on notable occasions.

Butter Garlic Prawn

A popular favorite for its reputation to attract happiness and joy, don’t miss the prawns with buttered garlic or shrimps sautéed in Peking or Szechuan sauce for a seafood dish with a kick. In addition, feel free to get experimental because whether you request for salad, braised, fried, or slathered with butter, our Chinese chef is always at the ready to surprise your palate.

Mixed Vegetables

Since seafood reigns supreme on the menu, balance it out with mixed vegetables that represent wealth and bounty for the coming year. Plus, its classic and foolproof flavor won’t overpower the mains.

For the Fire Year of the Monkey, eat well and prosper. Celebrate at the Seafood Market and Restaurant where the spread not only overflows with fish, mussels, clams, squid, and mussel, but a fabulous royal backdrop for the festivity.

Seafood Market and Restaurant Map

Seafood Market and Restaurant is located at J. Bocobo St. Ermita Manila. For booking and inquiries, contact (02) 5214351 or email sabreen_seafoodrestaurant@­yahoo.com. To get updates on promos and events, follow @seafoodmarketresto in Instagram and Seafood Market & Restaurant on Facebook.

Where will you be having a feast this Chinese New Year?






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