Shang Palace

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Shang Palace needs lit­tle in­tro­duc­tion as one of the top spots in the city for el­e­gant Can­tonese cui­sine in a suit­ably plush set­ting.


The restau­rant re­cently turned pork-free—which means no more suck­ling pig, much the dis­ap­point­ment of loyal fans. But rest as­sured that you will hardly no­tice, what with the chef’s deft, de­li­cious new cre­ations.

• Char siew bao, aka steamed pork buns, may be off the menu but the chicken “char siew” ver­sion is equally mor­eish. Ditto the baked chicken char siew pas­try.

• The sig­na­ture braised beef short rib is fork-ten­der, full of flavour and lightly scented with gar­lic—in short, ex­cel­lent.

• Shang Palace’s durian pan­cake is leg­endary. Light dainty pan­cake cradling rich fresh durian, rolled and chilled. Ig­nore at your own loss.

Slow-braised beef short rib with gar­lic and Chi­nese herbs sauce Dried seafood com­bi­na­tion

Pan-fried foie gras with vine­gar sauce and stuffed scal­lop with spicy bean sauce

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