Globally recognized as a delicacy, abalone is highly coveted in Chinese culture as much for its flavor as for its aphrodisiac properties. Many believe eating abalone brings good luck, and its firm but delicate meat is often said to taste a bit like scallops with a texture more like squid. This mollusk is often a staple at banquets, on special occasions and for Chinese New Year.
Chinese native Chef Bruce Hui has been inspired by this subtle ingredient and has created a menu of contemporary “heritage-inspired” Cantonese dishes featuring this highly prized treasure from the sea. Only during September, this abalone menu will be available during both lunch and dinner.
China Table, a contemporary and modern restaurant, is the ideal setting for a gathering with friends, family or work colleagues in one of their private rooms. Guests will indulge with specialties such as Stewed Cordyceps flowers Abalone Corner & Chinese Matsutake Soup or the Braised Abalone Cuttlefish in Slow Brewed Golden Broth. Other creative abalone offerings include the Braised Abalone Onion in Hot Stone Pot as well as the Baby Chicken Abalone and the one of a kind Original Baked Salt Abalone & Straw.