The Heritage Begins
A humble beginning with this small outlet in Riffa. But we genuinely wanted you to have real comfort food away from home. The tradition of passionate cooking mixed with inspiration from home kitchen and a penchant for good old fashioned creativity helped DSFC to where it is today. The rest is history.
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A signature Hong Kong dish. Char Siu literally means fork roast/burnt. A traditional method of cooking where long strips of seasoned pork meat are skewered onto fork pins and roasted in a covered oven or charcoal pit.
A sublime Korean delicacy. Pork ribs marinated in a pool of spices, herbs and Korean chili paste. Oven Grilled. Served with fresh cool cucumber and pickled daikon.
A regular sight in the Vietnamese street food scene. Spice, herbs and lemon grass infused pork patties, grilled and served over a bed of rice vermicelli and lettuce. A spicy tangy dipping sauce for accompaniment
A classic dish from the province of Sichuan. Blocks of pork belly blanched in salted water, cooled down, coated with soy and deep fried. Sliced and sautéed with a good mix of leeks, wood ear, hot red chilies and Sichuan peppercorn with a subtle hint of garlic, ginger roots a fermented chili bean paste.
Traditional and the elaborate way of cooking, makes this a Chinese delicacy. Marinated pork belly, deep fried, sliced and arranged in a bowl. Topped with sautéed mustard greens & burnt whole garlic. Wrapped and steamed for hours.