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Named after the 19th century Chinese general from Yunnan, the dish embodies the philosophy of Chines cooking of varied flavors. Toasted spices, citrus flavors of sun dried orange and the sweetness of caremalized soy.
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.
Bite size pork ribs seasoned and marinated. Powder coated with potato starch and deep fried. Tossed with spices and herbs and drizzled with fragrant sea salt and Sichuan pepper mix.
Sliced Whole crabs cooked in a wonderful balanced red chili and herb sauce with a dash of egg to round it off.
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.
A Cambodian style marinated chicken on skewers, pan-grilled and served on a bed of fresh mango salad
A heart-warming soup. Shreds of chicken breast & bean thread vermicelli cooked in a rich broth, flavored with herbs & spices, topped with crisp bean sprouts, garlic-chives and fried shallots.