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SHANGHAI, CHINA – 1 January 2016 – Jin Xuan at The Ritz-Carlton Shanghai, Pudong is offering special Chinese New Year menus created by Chinese Executive Chef Daniel in celebration of the arrival of the Year of the Golden Goat.

A range of auspicious dishes are featured in special menus including trilogy of appetizer, double-boiled fish maw soup, sea conch in coconut, braised crab claw stuffed shrimp paste, spicy sauce, steamed tiger grouper, ginger, mushroom, wok- fried Australian beef, mushroom in Cantonese style, braised rice with truffle, lobster, double-boiled bird’s nest sweet soup, honey melon and honeydew melon, assorted fruit platter are only some of the delicacies to look forward to for a festive culinary experience.

 

Chef’s Recommendation:

Double-Boiled fish maw soup, sea conch in coconut

Double-Boiled Bird’s Nest Sweet Soup, Papaya and Red Date

 

Chinese New Year Set Dinner Menu

 

7 February, 2016

 

Trilogy of appetizer

Perrier Jouët Grand Brut, Épernay, France

 

Double-boiled fish maw soup, sea conch in coconut

 

Braised crab claw stuffed shrimp paste, spicy sauce

Kanaan Riesling, Ning Xia, China

 

Steamed tiger grouper, ginger, mushroom

 

Wok- fried Australian beef, mushroom in Cantonese style

Goulée by Château Cos d’Estournel, Médoc, Bordeaux, France

 

Braised rice with truffle, lobster

 

Double-boiled bird’s nest sweet soup, honey melon and honeydew melon

Brown Brothers Late Harvest Orange Muscat & Flora, Victoria, Australia

 

Assorted fruit platter

 

Offered from February 18, 2015, the menus are priced at RMB1,380+15% service charge per person. For reservations, please contact Jin Xuan Chinese Restaurant at reservations hotline +86 21-2020-1717.

Jin Xuan showcases the very best Chinese cuisine in a spectacular location with its high ‘vaulted’ ceiling and a mezzanine level. This fine-dining Chinese restaurant, designed by Steve Leung from Hong Kong, is the discerned choice for social and business diners alike. The refined menu offers Cantonese specialties complemented with regional favorites from other Chinese provinces. Tea connoisseurs are well catered to and indulged as the best choices of tea can be enjoyed in delectable combinations to ideally match and suit the dishes they order.

The main dining area can seat up to 52 guests, while the six private dining rooms have a total capacity of 64. Two VIP dining rooms are also available for up to 40 guests. Jin Xuan also features a Tea Lounge with 18 seats.