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History Of Man Mo

Man Mo's candle-lit temple style restaurant is located at NewQuay, Docklands, offering exquisite waterfront dining with uncompromising harbour views. Man Mo's menu features an extensive selection of dishes inspired by the ingredients and cooking styles of the Chinese and Malaysian cultures. The resulting modern Chinese/Malaysian food is served with a European flourish and includes signature dishes such as Truffle Beef, Kiwi Scallop and the renowned Man Mo Parcel - a mixture of prawn, chicken and vegetables wrapped in pastry, steamed and served with a clear, reduced broth.

Boasting an interior space that is white, light and airy, Man Mo also

features a casual dining area alongside a well stocked bar where visitors are encouraged to sit back and relax. Glass walls slide back when the weather’s fine, allowing diners to eat al fresco.

In addition to the main restaurant, an area situated on the promenade seats diners with fine waterfront and city views. Set behind the glass at the restaurant’s back walls are two pure gold figures of Chinese gods: Man Cheung (God of Literature) and Kwan Yu (God of War) adorned with rafters and gold leaf details.The Man Mo Temple in Hong Kong pays homage to these two gods.