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2011
13 Oct

Cafe introduces heartwarming dishes for winter

From 1 November to 18 December, Cafe at Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Sha Tin introduces an array of seasonal dishes using traditional Chinese ingredients to keep guests warm this winter.

Winter is the best time to recharge and nurture.Chef Jacky at Cafe will prepare a variety of nutritious stews with ancient Chinese recipes, including Double-Boiled Carp Head Soup, which stimulates blood circulation; Braised Snake Julienne with Pork, Bamboo Shoots and Chrysanthemum, which keeps the body warm in cool weather; and Double-Boiled Pork Shank Soup, which strengthens the liver.

Braised Pork Knucklewith Chinese Eight Treasures blends eight Oriental herbs to reduce cholesterol and strengthen the body's immune system. The desert plant used in Braised Lamb Fillet nourishes the kidneys and replenishes vital essences, while the Chinese angelica (also called the female ginseng) in Stir-Fried Garoupa with Chinese Angelica is used widely to treat gynecological disorders and mild anemia.

Guests can also fight the winter chill with a variety of spicy dishes, such as Simmered Sea Snail with Sichuan Pepper Oil and Hot and Sour Soup with Roasted Duck, both of which enhance digestion and warm the body from inside out.

A warming meal would not be complete without delicacy-filled claypots. Traditional favourites include claypot rice with Chinese preserved duck, pork ribs and eel. The rice is cooked inside the pot to create a crispy layer with irresistible aroma and flavour.

Lunch     11:30am to 2:30pm
               Monday to Friday, Adult HK$238, Child HK$119
               Weekends and public holidays, Adult HK$308, Child HK$154
Dinner     Monday to Thursday, 5:30pm to 10:00pm
               Adult HK$378, Child HK$189
               Friday, 5:30pm to 10:00pm
               Saturday, Sunday, public holidays and eves of public holidays,
               6:00pm to 10:00pm
               Adult HK$438, Child HK$219