Dou­ble Tree by Hil­ton Bei­jing's Sui Yuan serves up new seafood menu

Global Times – Metro Beijing - - ENTERPRISE -

Start­ing Oc­to­ber, the Sui Yuan Chi­nese Restau­rant at Dou­bleTree by byy Hil­ton Bei­jing in Xicheng district strict will be of­fer­ing a new w seafood menu fea­tur­ing a se­lec­tion of fresh, mouth­wa­ter­ing sea­sonal fish and shelfish for Bei­jing’s dis­cern­ing food­ies.

The best the sea has to of­fer, in­clud­ing lob­sters from South Africa, Dalian seafood, have been se­lected by the chefs and are cooked to take your taste buds on a trip to the ocean. The most exquisite and most re­quested dishes on the menu in­clude fresh abalone cooked in fer­mented soy­bean sauce, Nep­tunea shells boiled in Chi­nese yel­low wine, hairy crab steamed with basil leaves, braised bread rolls, and lob­sters sliced open and steamed with chopped gar­lic. The tastes and cook­ing styles are dis­tinc­tively Chi­nese but also in­no­va­tive. The Chi­nese chefs use more than 10 cook­ing meth­ods, in­clud­ing Hong Kongstyle steam­ing, fry­ing with gin­ger and scal­lion, scald­ing, sautéing with pep­per salt, brais­ing in soy sauce, and steam­ing with chopped gar­lic and bean ver­mi­celli. Din­ers are sure to be spoiled for choices, but for those who want a more per­son­al­ized meal, the chefs can also re­quests and pref­er­ences. With the chefs hav­ing an ar­se­nal of cre­ative ways to tit­il­late the taste buds, each diner is guar­an­teed an ex­cep­tional din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

As au­tumn, the sea­son of seafood dishes, draws near din­ers are in­vited to Sui Yuan Chi­nese Restau­rant. The Dou­bleTree by Hil­ton Bei­jing and of­fers 162 seats, in­clud­ing 12 pri­vate din­ing rooms taste­fully and el­e­gantly dec­o­rated with cal­lig­ra­phy and sculp­tures by Chi­nese Restau­rant, mod­ern Can­tonese and lo­cal spe­cial­ties are exquisitely pre­pared to de­light the most dis­cern­ing palate. The new seafood menu is avail­able un­til the end of the year.

Pho­tos: Cour­tesy of Dou­bleTree by Hil­ton Bei­jing

Dishes pre­pared by Sui Yuan Chi­nese Restau­rant.

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