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Imperial Treasure

Cuisine: Asian, Chinese



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Sampling the Chinese haute and courtly cuisine of Huaiyang invites a complete re-defining of one's reference points for Chinese food. In this refined gastronomic tradition of ancient China, fine...  Read More

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  • Fine Dining: "The Huaiyang cuisine is considered China's courtly cuisine and was a favorite of the 18th c. Qianlong Emperor. Its history dates back to 770 BC and it is considered the haute cuisine of China's four great cuisines (a more common one in the west being Sichuan.) Chef Alfred Leung's family-run restaurant empire brings to this dynastic heritage his love of fine ingredients, sourced from the world over. The Lacquered Peking Duck is raised for at least 40 days and expertly served at table by a specially trained carver. Wines to accompany this meal of lunch or dinner extend from a range of by-the-glass to a Burgundian bottle of Armand Rousseau."
  • Best for Fine Dining Because: Paris is considered the culinary capital of the world, along with its close rival, Singapore. And now it has its own courtly, Michelin-ranked imperial treasure.

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