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The holiday season is approaching with new sweets and Chinese winter dishes

There is good news for food lovers, and then there is great news. The expected arrival of Christmas festive menus is enriching our holiday celebrations despite the current social distancing measures. Even though hairy crab season is ending and Chinese New Year has yet to arrive, there is plenty to look forward to throughout this holiday season, as we anticipate the arrival of new cakes and cookies, and Chinese winter dishes to warm us up for the cooler weather to come.

Get Nourished With Winter Warmers At Landmark’s China Tang

China Tang at Landmark Central welcomes the coldest months of Hong Kong with an all-new winter menu. From 1 December, chef Menex Cheung will present two of his new menus—the winter nourishing menu and the winter solstice menu. The menus will feature a range of dishes with ingredients that are believed to assist the body in retaining warmth according to traditional Chinese medicine. Notable dishes include snake broth with fish maw, chicken, mushroom, and black fungus; and braised lamb brisket with tofu stick, bamboo shoots, crispy tofu rolls and seasonal vegetables. Cheung’s winter menu also showcase claypot rice with a topping of cured Chinese sausages, and air-dried duck. The new winter dishes are available throughout December 2020.


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