Kai May­fair

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MillionaireAsia India - - Fine Dine -

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.

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