when this dish made its debut in Taipei, the present capital of exquisite Chinese cuisine in the world, it immediately became the talk of the town and propelled the Szechuan restaurant atop the ambassador hotel to the forefront of the in-place for Chinese connoisseurs in Taipei. The chef selects jumbo shrimps, slice fish, scallops and mixed vegetables in light sauce.
it is said when an emperor dines, not only the foods have to taste good but the names of the dishes have to be pretty too. This one is called the dragon and phoenix wedding. The delicious combination of chicken and lobster certainly deserves this pretty name. Served to imaginative gourmets.
if you like steak, why don't you give ours a try - mandarin style, sliced filet mignon steak marinated in a wine and soy sauce, seasoned with special spices. It is a dream coming true.
a sizzling dish that goes back to the world war II days in chunking, China. Simply sit back and enjoy the various vegetables, sliced beef and scallops served in a sizzling platter. The aroma and sizzling sound, get to the table before the food does, and it's just fine for the adventure - minded.
it takes one who has been to peking in the good old days who has dined at the when most famous house of duck to tell the difference between an authentically prepared Peking duck and halfway deal. We take great pride in serving you the authentic version of the Peking duck which is prepared with intricate care and epicurean touch, it comes in two courses and requires 24 hour advance notice.
scallops, shrimps and chicken cooked in your choice of one of the following: kung pao sauce, curry sauce, tangy sauce, sauteed garlic sauce, oyster sauce.
a fabulous disk to catch your appetite. We are the Szechuan restaurant, therefore try our utmost to bring you the extraordinary delicacies, e.g. deep fried flour - made flower basket, sliced chicken breast, jumbo shrimp mixed with broccoli, snow peas, mushrooms and bamboo shoots. We will prepare them in the tradition of Chinese haute cuisine and to the delight of yopu and your guests.
if you think moo shi pork is a treat, then you should try this dish for a change. Minced tender pheasant with imported black mushroom and water chestnuts delicately sauteed and wrapped in choice of fresh crispy lettuce.
as you are aware that shrimp in Chinese cuisine is prepared in many ways. But wait till you try this special recipe from Peking that fresh shrimps are shelled and very lightly battered, fried and sauteed in a sweet abd mildly spiced sauce.
this combination of shrimp, chicken and beef with a mixture of fresh Chinese vegetables, most delightful for people who would like a little bite of everything.
soup: sour and hot soup or wor won ton soup, appetizer: chicken salad or fried won ton, egg roll, entree: select one of the following: almond chicken, crackling chicken, chicken with cashew nuts, sweet and sour pork, subgum vegetables, moo shi pork, sauteed zucchini with garlic, chicken in tangy sauce, kung pao chicken, shrimp chow mein, beef with broccoli, string bean chunking style, beef with fresh vegetables, barbecued pork with fresh vegetables
soup, appetizers, entree: sour and hot soup of sizzling rice soup, egg roll, fried won ton, jumbo fried shrimp, paper wrapped chicken, rumaki, select one of the following: shrimp with black bean sauce, kung pao shrimp, fresh scallops in tangy sauce, shrimp in tangy sauce, sweet and sour shrimp, rainbow scallops, family delight, sesame beef, crab meat with straw mushrooms, rainbow fish filet, crackling shrimp, honey coated shrimp with walnuts, shrimp with fresh vegetables, General Tsao’s chicken
sweet and sour pork, beef with broccoli, kung pao chicken, barbecued pork chow mein, sauteed mixed vegetables, almond chicken, fish filet in chili sauce, mein general tsao chicken, sweet and sour chicken
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