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Shanghai delights at Lakeside’s Long Feng


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Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo presents two Shanghai inspired delights at Long Feng this month.



The award winning Head Chef of Long Feng Qiu Zhi Qiang, more popularly known as Chef Jason brings together a Xi Hu Beef soup laced with Chinese wine.  Rich in flavour, the Chinese wine represents a true authenticity to this dish. A key ingredient in Chinese cooking, the wine compliments the slow cooking of the beef creating a tender and succulent beef soup.

Long Feng’s rich deep fried garoupa with Shanghai style chilli gravy is a sensational mix of flavours that represents the true freshness of Cantonese food. Chef Jason’s creative flair is present throughout creating a set of delicious dishes garnered with subtle flavours to tickle your taste buds.

Enjoy these aromatic dishes at Long Feng for just Rs. 300 ++++ for soup and the main dish for Rs. 1,450 ++++ between 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. from 1 to 31 May 2012. For reservations and inquiries the restaurant may be contacted on 2491949.


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