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  1. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Plate gains

    Posted Mar 18th 2014, 10:32pm by Pin Lee

    ... is a broad selection of dim sum favourites and classic Chinese barbecue meat and vegetable dishes. Not to be missed is the Peking duck (HK$688 for two courses), which is done the traditional Peking way, where the fowl is baked and not fried. It is then carved and plated at the table. We liked the duck skin dipped in sugar, which just melted in the mouth. The black chicken with Sichuan ...

  2. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Fare deal

    Posted Nov 19th 2013, 10:19pm by HOWARD MULLER

    ... tried the black Angus beef skewers- succulent steak on a stick- with Hollandaise sauce (HK$148) and the Peking duck rolls (HK$88), which lovers of Peking duck will find disappointing ...

  3. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Global flavours

    Posted Sep 04th 2013, 12:00am by Winnie Chung

    ... to Peking duck- would take several visits to get through, so we appreciated being able to order half-portions.  Tama Lung   DUDDELL’S 3/F, SHANGHAI TANG MANSION 1 DUDDELL STREET CENTRAL 2525 9191 ...

  4. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Name game

    Posted Mar 20th 2013, 12:00am by Bernice Chan

    ... with the deep-fried crispy duck marinated with tea leaves (HK$240), but the meat has the taste of tea. Likewise, the pan-fried rice placed in a broth with seafood (HK$168) is cooked just right. Fried rice ... no cream is used in the sauce. Neapolitan-style pizzas feature, with smoked duck prosciutto, mozzarella, tomato and spring onion (HK$128) and Italian sausage, tomato and mushrooms (HK$118) being ...

  5. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Fresh courses

    Posted Jun 19th 2013, 12:00am by Bernice Chan

    ... practically fell off the bone, and was accompanied by mashed potatoes with carrots, while the duck magret (HK$218) – a challenging dish to prepare – was on the tough side. It came with creamy polenta ...

  6. Magazines - Good Eating - NEW RESTAURANTS

    Taste of France

    Posted Nov 15th 2012, 12:00am by VIVIAN MAK

    ... favourite was the Beef Bourguignon with French beans (HK$268) as the wagyu beef cheek braised in red wine melted in the mouth, while the duck leg confit with pommes sarladaise (HK$198) was tender ...



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