Welcome the Year of the Tiger at China Tang Landmark With the Auspicious Chinese New Year Delicacies


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Press Release – For Immediate Release
January 3, 2022

 
 Welcome the Year of the Tiger at China Tang Landmark
With the Auspicious Chinese New Year Delicacies
(Hong Kong, January 3, 2022) Welcome the Year of the Tiger with prosperity delicacies at China Tang Landmark. Executive Chef Menex curated a wide range of exquisite dishes to celebrate an auspicious year ushering in good fortune and happiness.
 

 
 

Thick Broth, Abalone, Sea Cucumber, Fish Maw, Imperial Bird’s Nest
 
A warm and nourishing soup ushering wealth, slimmer all the premium ingredients such as abalone, sea cucumber, fish maw, bird’s nest and conpoy etc, together with the thick chicken broth for 10 hours.
 

Braised Chicken, Yunnan Black Mushroom
 
Well-pick the premium black mushrooms from Yunnan, which shape and pattern are similar to tiger palm, soaked them in mineral water then lightly fry to evoke its unique aroma. Select the locally farmed Beard Chicken which is rich in chicken flavours and with less fat to pair with the black mushroom, braise together with ginger, scallion and garlic, then add the mushroom water and stir-fry all the ingredients until they become dry, lastly, enriching the flavor by some Thai basil.

 
 

 

Deep-fried Sesame Ball, Seafood Sauce
 
Contrary to tradition, this sesame ball is a savoury dish, deep-fry the sticky rice flour dough until it turns golden brown and puffed up to a giant ball. Place the giant sesame ball in the stone pot and pour in seafood sauce made with grouper, Hokkaido scallop, crab and shrimp etc.

 


 

Deep-fried Huangmimian Pudding, Imperial Bird’s Nest, Red Bean Paste
 
Using Huangmimian to make the pudding wrappers, then wrap in Hokkaido red beans and bird’s nest filling. Deep-fry the pudding until they turn golden, finally, sprinkle with sugar before serving. It is a delicious festive snack that is sweet, soft and rippy-chewy.

 
Chinese New Year Delicacies
January 15 – February 15, 2022
High resolution images can be downloaded here:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ITVMxXimBKuRCeevdkQlbkNXRC_ZIGeB?usp=sharing
 
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About China Tang

China Tang was founded by Dr Peter Lam Kin-ngok – a renowned gourmand and fine-dining connoisseur, and the late Sir David Tang Wing-cheung. Debuting in 2013 at the Landmark, the distinctive traditional Chinese art and intricate design details reflect the sensibilities of our two founders: hand-painted and embroidered tapestries, classic thread-bound manuscripts, modern artwork and inimitable modern Chinese style.
 

A celebration of Chinese cooking, our menu features beloved Cantonese dishes, while also paying homage to the flavours of Sichuan and Beijing. Today, China Tang embodies Dr Lam’s strict “ingredients first” philosophy – from organic local produce and fresh seafood to quality seasonal ingredients imported from around the world, everything is hand-picked for quality and the peak of flavour. Our chefs continue to expand the boundaries of Chinese cooking techniques, shunning additives and MSG to ensure each dish is not only delicious, but healthy and nutritious as well.

 

About Lai Sun Dining

Lai Sun Dining – a member of the Lai Sun Group, is a Hong-Kong based, leading hospitality group, operating 19 distinctive brands across 30 venues worldwide, with a total of 9 Michelin stars counted in the group’s portfolio plus 2 exclusive private clubs. https://laisundining.com/
 

 

For more information, please contact:

Lai Sun Dining
Ms Belinda Lin    | Director of Marketing        | +852 9467 7840 | belindalin@laisundining.com
Ms Vincci Cheng | PR & Marketing Manager | +852 9835 1544 | vinccicheng@laisundining.com

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