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Wang Chao Chinese Cuisine

September 10th, 2011

Wang Chao Chinese Cuisine

Marine wildlife has been subjects for many cuisines, documentaries and guarding undiscovered lands such as the Bermuda Triangle. Revere catches from the sea with Wang Chao, you can get an abalone poon choy set meal for two people.

Comb through ear-shells and sea snails, bearing vague similarities to anthropomorphic enemies in Ultraman, served in a portion large enough for two people or a very hungry super-powered human. Abalone poon choy is devised with 15 ingredients including prawns, mushrooms, bak choy, Chinese cabbage, broccoli, sea cucumber, and other apocryphal seafood. Dish combinations are strewn together and laced with special sauce, before served up to salivating mouths alongside two plates of rice.  Bowls of ginseng soup are doubled up for friends or partners on break, boiled with chicken feet, ginseng, chicken essence and wolf berries for barbarous breakfasts. Wash down wolfish appetites with Chinese herbal honey rock sugar tea, delectably served alongside cyclical hand games.

Wang Chao Chinese Cuisine
No.104, Gurney Drive, Georgetown, Penang 10250
For detail please feel free visit ther website at http://www.118wangchao.com/index.html

 

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