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The name may be post-modern but the antecedents of this Fujian soup lie in 17th century Qing Dyansty in China. It is known for its rich taste, high-quality ingredients and special manner of cooking - the dish’s name is an allusion to its ability to entice the veggie monks to eat this dish. It has traditionally contained shark n, but as it is served in Kai Mayfair, that ingredient has gone missing. Well, now the world’s most expensive soup has noodles to go along with the abalone, Japanese ower mushroom, sea cucumber, dried scallops, chicken, huan ham, pork and ginseng. Not to forget, there’s a ve days’ notice for the soup.