An Aus­pi­cious Af­fair

A de­light­fully de­li­cious din­ner party marked Li Feng’s bright be­gin­ning 38

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The new Li Feng res­tau­rant at the Man­darin Ori­en­tal, Jakarta has opened its gates and is pre­sent­ing art­ful and au­then­tic Can­tonese cui­sine. Max­i­m­il­ian von Re­den, Man­darin Ori­en­tal Jakarta’s Gen­eral Man­ager, wel­comed VVIPS and in­tro­duced the two mas­ter chefs be­hind Li Feng: Chef Chang See Loy and Chef Huang Jing Hui, also known as Chef Fei. The res­tau­rant’s name means “abun­dance of beauty”, which is ev­i­dent in the mas­ter­ful menus that are en­hanced by a beau­ti­ful in­te­rior that em­bod­ies the sea­far­ing jour­ney be­tween China and In­done­sia. Din­ner started with fresh cu­cum­bers mar­i­nated with chili, awak­en­ing the palates for Li Feng’s sig­na­ture Deep-fried Swan Dumpling with Black Pep­per Duck Meat. Fresh Dalian Abalone Tart, Braised Hele Crab with Ja­panese Rice in Hoisin

Sauce and more rich­ness from land and sea were the other mas­ter­pieces that night. The night ended sat­is­fy­ingly with the Three Dessert Plat­ter: a rice dumpling with frog jelly, blue­berry snow-skin dumpling and pomelo sago cream, plus a for­tune cookie draw­ing for eight lucky prizes.

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