Chicken Katsu Burger
BBQ Sea Bass wrapped in Banana Leaves
Beef Brisket Pho
Hung Siu Yuk – Red Braised Pork Belly
Mongolian Lamb Stir-Fry
Vegan Mushroom Stroganoff
Vegan Ma Po Tofu
This Szechuan dish is popular the world over. It is supposed to be named after the old woman with a pock marked face who created it. Full flavoured and easy to prepare this vegan alternative is great for those who don’t eat meat.
Slow Roasted Beef Brisket
<p>Using Chinese five spice gives this comfort food a great Oriental twist. With this cut of beef, the longer you cook it for the more tender the meat becomes, however resting the meat is absolutely crucial so make sure not to skip this step.</p>
Beef on Szechuan Noodles
Flat rice noodles make a nice change as it is a noodle that is suitable for people with a gluten intolerance. We like the contrast in colours in this dish.