Tag Archives: Cantonese Cuisine

[SG EATS] Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – Refreshed A La Carte Menu & The Return of Sri Lankan Crab Menu

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant has refreshed it’s a la carte menu and launched the seasonal Sri Lankan Crab menu recently. Helmed by Executive Chinese Chef Brian Wong Shiuh Yean, diners can look forward a combination of imaginative and refined luxurious delicacies to wow the discerning palates of modern diners. Think classic Cantonese delicacies that are familiar and comforting, yet refined and exquisite with the use of the finest, fresh ingredients. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – Refreshed A La Carte Menu & The Return of Sri Lankan Crab Menu

[SG EATS] Bountiful Reunions at Hai Tien Lo | Pan Pacific Singapore

Celebrate this Chinese New Year 2022 with Hai Tien Lo, classy Cantonese restaurant at Pan Pacific Singapore. From 17 January to 15 February 2022, tuck into an exquisite selection of curated set menus and auspicious takeaway Lunar New Year treats showcasing the finest Cantonese dining here. A total of eight thoughtfully curated set menus from S$128.00++ per pax including a Vegetarian Menu to cater for diners. Also, dim sum lovers can enjoy Hai Tien Lo’s tantalizing Lunar New Year Weekend Dim Sum Buffet S$99.00++ per adult. Continue reading [SG EATS] Bountiful Reunions at Hai Tien Lo | Pan Pacific Singapore

[SG EATS] An Abundant Lunar New Year at Yàn 宴中餐馆

Usher the lunar new year with Yàn 宴中餐馆 ‘s Cantonese delights from 1 January to 15 February 2022. Yàn ushers in the Year of the Tiger with a bounteous spread of festive delights for dine-in and takeaway.The restaurant has specially curated a la carte dishes and sumptuous set menus. The Five set menus priced from S$138.00++ to S$268.00++ per pax consist of six to seven courses featuring premium meats and seafood, and an eight-course vegetarian set menu S$88.00++ per pax. Continue reading [SG EATS] An Abundant Lunar New Year at Yàn 宴中餐馆

[SG EATS] Jiang-Nan Chun | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore –The Degustation Signatures By Executive Chinese Chef Albert Au

Jiang-Nan Chun, Michelin-starred authentic Cantonese restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore welcomes Executive Chinese Chef Albert Au on board. He launches a degustation of culinary signatures that are available at both lunch and dinner. The menu highlights the fresh, seasonal produce and a passion to bring a dynamic perspective to classic techniques. Continue reading [SG EATS] Jiang-Nan Chun | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore –The Degustation Signatures By Executive Chinese Chef Albert Au

[SG EATS] Highlights from Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant’s Umami Eel Creations For This April 2021

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant is launching its Umami Eel Creations Menu from 1 to 30 April 2021. Instead of your usual take on eel in Japanese cuisine, you can enjoy this treasured delicacy found in traditional Chinese cuisine in China. It is also a superfood that is high in vitamins and other nutrients with health benefits. For the month of April, there will be a menu of eel-centric dishes (using salt water white eel and fresh water yellow eel), accentuated with aged-old Cantonese recipes and bespoke Cantonese cooking methods. Continue reading [SG EATS] Highlights from Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant’s Umami Eel Creations For This April 2021

[SG EATS] Taste Paradise Reopens With An Inspired Cantonese Cuisine

Taste Paradise reopens after closing for seven months to renovate its premises as well as retrain both its kitchen team and service staff. Taste Paradise is known for its Cantonese Cuisine is now helmed by 32-year-old Executive Chef Chan Chung Sing and 58-year-old Executive Chef Chan Wing Kwong, both hailing from Hong Kong. Previously from Paradise Pavilion, Chef Chan Wing Kwong brings to the table his 40-plus years of culinary experience in Cantonese cuisine. The younger Chef Chan Chun Sing breathes new life into the decades-old Taste Paradise, drawing on his over 15 years of experience working in restaurants such as Dragon King and Lei Garden, Hong Kong. Continue reading [SG EATS] Taste Paradise Reopens With An Inspired Cantonese Cuisine

[SG EATS] Rediscover Cantonese Classics with Wan Hao Chinese (万豪轩) Restaurant | Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

A flight to Hong Kong may not be possible at the moment , but you can take a walk down memory lane as you feast at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant. The restaurant showcases traditional Cantonese classic cuisine that are refined and exquisite with the use of the finest and fresh ingredients. Each dish showcases traditional recipes and methods of braising, slow cooking and deep frying. To celebrate the rich heritage of Cantonese cuisine, the restaurant has launched “Rediscover Cantonese Classics” from 9 September to 31 October 2020. Continue reading [SG EATS] Rediscover Cantonese Classics with Wan Hao Chinese (万豪轩) Restaurant | Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

How To Cook Lotus Root Soup 莲藕汤 using Rice Cooker

Lotus root soup is one of Chinese soups that commonly cooked as home-cooked Chinese soup. It is one of my favourite Chinese soup. Lotus root and peanuts works well in this. And in Chinese medicine, lotus roots are also known to have many benefits like strengthening the body, dispelling heat and improving one’s appetite. Here is the Lotus Root Soup recipe I tried using rice cooker to prepare this soup. Continue reading How To Cook Lotus Root Soup 莲藕汤 using Rice Cooker