T’ANG COURT LAUNCHES WINTER WARMER MENU
A SELECTION OF SNAKE DISHES AND SEASONAL DELICACIES
(Hong Kong – November 2011) With the cooler winter weather almost here, it’s the perfect time to indulge in warmer culinary treats such as hearty, wholesome snake dishes. Chef Siu Hin-chi, Executive Chinese Chef of The Langham, Hong Kong has created a 1st to 31 December Specialty Menu at T’ang Court featuring four tantalising snake favourites plus nine other delicious, nutritious delights.
“We Chinese love seasonal food and snake is one of our favourite ways to boost our health during autumn and winter. Chinese medical practitioners believe that snake has healthy benefits which warm the body and adds to our immune system’s effectiveness. To help diners at T’ang Court fight off the winter chills, my team and I will be preparing four heart-warming, savory snake dishes. Standouts will include braised snake soup with "Wu Shan" chicken julienne, braised shark’s fin with snake and "Wu Shan" chicken julienne. The sautéed sliced snake with conpoy and medlar and sautéed shredded snake and Beche-de-Mer with red and yellow bell pepper are other can’t miss delights”, said Chef Siu.
In addition to its snake creations, T’ang Court will be inviting visitors to banish the cold with a variety of other tasty winter treats. Chef Siu’s recommendations include double-boiled fish maw, "Wu Shan" chicken and sea whelk with Chinese herbs soup. T’ang Court diners old and new are also sure to love the stewed beche-de-Mer filled with sliced lobster, shrimp paste and topped with crab meat and crab roe. The sautéed sliced lamb with preserved sausage, Chinese celery and snow peas and stewed lamb with black mushrooms, bamboo shoot, roasted pork and water chestnut in casserole are other dishes that are sure to be in rich demand.
As T’ang Court’s December specials are only available for a limited time, don’t miss out on these beautifully prepared and served winter warmers. For enquires or reservations, please call 2132 7898.
December Specialty Menu of T’ang Court
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