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Take a culinary tour of Shanghai with Hua Yuan Brasserie Chinoise’s new menu

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Hilton Manila’s premiere Hua Yuan Brasserie Chinoise restaurant launches a new menu that celebrates the flavors and traditions of authentic Shanghainese cuisine. Behind the extraordinary menu is Chef Xi Qiao Yuan, who has delved deep into the culinary traditions of Shanghai to create dishes that embody Shanghai’s culinary heritage.

Deep-Fried Soft Shell Crab Coated with Salted Egg Yolk
Deep-Fried Soft Shell Crab Coated with Salted Egg Yolk

“Chef Xi Qiao Yuan has delved deep into the culinary traditions and secrets of Shanghai to curate a menu that captures the authentic flavors of the region. We are excited to share these culinary treasures with our discerning guests,” said John Lucas, General Manager of Hilton Manila.

Each dish on the menu is a culinary masterpiece telling a story of rich tradition and culinary finesse while showcasing the skill and creativity of Chef Xi Qiao Yuan.

Pouring his heart and soul into designing the menu, Chef Xi Qiao Yuan shared “We have gone to great lengths to source unique and hard-to-find ingredients, allowing our guests to indulge in new and exciting flavors,”.

With his creativity expertise, Chef Xi Qiao Yuan created a perfect harmony of flavors that is sure to delight even the most discerning palate.

“While some of these ingredients may be unfamiliar to our guests, we are confident that once they experience the incredible taste sensations, they will be compelled to return for more,” Chef Xi Qiao Yuan explained.

Fragrant Tea Smoked Duck
Fragrant Tea Smoked Duck

From the Braised Pork Belly with Preserved Vegetables and Steamed Bun to the legendary Xiao Long Bao, each dish will transport you to the vibrant streets of Shanghai.

Hua Yuan Brasserie Chinois’ new menu also features a variety of dishes including Wok-Fried Antler Mushroom with Celery and Chinese Bacon, Braised “Lionhead” Pork Meatball with Salted Egg Yolk and Baby Abalone, and Tossed Omaha Beef with Homemade Sesame Cream Sauce and Cucumber – each showcasing Hua Yuan’s renowned commitment to authenticity.

An exciting adventure for sure, Hua Yuan’s new set of delectable offerings is a must-try for anyone who loves Chinese food or who is looking for a truly unique dining experience. Each dish features bold flavors and stunning presentations, making Hua Yuan Brasserie Chinoise the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion or simply enjoy a delicious meal.

Whether you’re a local connoisseur or an international traveler, Hilton Manila’s signature restaurant Hua Yuan Brasserie Chinoise is the perfect place to experience the best of Shanghainese cuisine. So come on down and embark on a gastronomic journey through the vibrant culinary landscape of Shanghai!

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