Shangri-La Hotel presents seasonal flavours and cuisines
Updated : 2018-10-15
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
It’s Hairy Crab season again and this year, Chinese culinary masters from 42 Shangri-La hotels in 36 destinations across Chinese mainland, Taiwan and Singapore have teamed up to present the annual Hairy Crab Festival.
The festival will run from Oct 11 to Nove 30, 2018 and will feature special versions of hairy crab dishes with seasonal flavours in different Chinese cuisines and styles – from Huaiyang to Cantonese, traditional to modern and fusion.
Together with food influencers (KOLs), Mr. SHEN Hongfei and Mr. Craig AU-YEUNG Ying Chai, nine of Shangri-La’s Chinese master chefs have created nine tantalising signature crab dishes (see appendix) featuring some of the most exquisite hairy crabs from primary crab farms, including Yangcheng Lake in Jiangsu and Panjin in Liaoning.
Andy Chan, Senior Director of Food & Beverage, Greater China for Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, said, “We are excited to collaborate with an inspiring and talented team in Chinese cuisine across our Shangri-La hotel network for this year’s Hairy Crab Festival. Guests can expect a spectacular showcase of Chinese culinary flavours and craftsmanship as our chefs lovingly prepare these crab delicacies in a way that respects the seasonality and emphasizes the unique taste of local ingredients.”
Beside the nine signature dishes, special set lunch and dinner menus, wine-pairing events and gift sets are available for guests to celebrate the hairy crab season with family and friends. Golden Circle members can enjoy savings of up to 35 percent on orders from the Hairy Crab Festival menu.
For more information and reservations, visit Golden-circle.com/thetable/hairy-crab-festival.
About Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts
Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, one of the world’s premier hotel owners and operators, currently manages over 100 hotels globally in 76 destinations under the Shangri-La, Kerry, Hotel Jen and Traders brands. Prominently positioned in Asia, the group has established its hallmark of “hospitality from the heart” over four decades in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, North America and the Indian Ocean. For more information, visit www.shangri-la.com.
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