Diners at Deng G get to relish the spice of life
The menu offerings from the Sichuan-born chef at this stylish Chinese restaurant come in four different spice tastes
Deng G’s menu offers four kinds of spice, mala taste (mouth numbing), wula taste (peppery spice), lychee and yuxiang (fragrant fish) taste.
The recipes are from Sichuan-born but Chengdu-based chef Deng Huadong, after whom the restaurant in named. It is his second Deng G after the one in Shanghai, which opened in 2007. The restaurant itself comprises two modest floors and also includes a bar. There is a traditional Chinese vibe with bamboo motifs.
We recommend the sliced pork with garlic chilli, lai zui chicken, braised beef rib with pepper powder and braised sliced sole in red chilli soup. To calm the taste buds try a sweet of dumplings in osmanthus soup.
2/F, 147 Queen’s Road East,
Braised sliced Mandarin fish
in red chili soup
Supreme cabbage consommé
2 rooms, 10 ppl
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