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London’s Royal China launches Chef’s Special Dim Sum menus

Unique Dim Sum dishes of the highest order

Having spent some of my childhood in the Far East, Dim Sum is one of my favourite things in the world, so it’s no surprise that Royal China’s new Dim Sum menus have got my mouth watering…

The Royal China Group consists of six of London’s most authentic and prestigious Chinese restaurants, including the luxurious and critically-acclaimed Royal China Club.

With restaurants on Baker Street, as well as in Bayswater, Fulham, Harrow-on- the-Hill and Canary Wharf, Royal China serves up authentic Chinese cuisine and its restaurants are widely regarded as the ‘go to’ place for Dim Sum in London.

Royal China has just launched its latest Chef’s Special Dim Sum menus, which offer unique dishes created by their Dim Sum chefs, who are given the creative freedom to add their own twist to Dim Sum classics.

One of the new dishes that brings happy childhood memories for me is the Pandan & Coconut Layer Cake (£5.20), available at Royal China Fulham. I’m a huge Pandan fan… it even made an appearance in my wedding cake, so this gorgeous dish get a big thumbs up from me.

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    Deep Fried Duck Pastry

  • London’s Royal China launches Chef’s Special Dim Sum menus review - Scoffers

    Lava Egg Yolk Custard Buns

  • London’s Royal China launches Chef’s Special Dim Sum menus review - Scoffers

    Pandan & Coconut Layer Cake

  • London’s Royal China launches Chef’s Special Dim Sum menus review - Scoffers

    Pumpkin & Taro Cake with XO sauce

There are more seasonal dishes available too, like the Steamed Pumpkin & Taro Cake with XO sauce (£5.20) at the Queensway branch. Taro is an Asian root vegetable that is used as a flavour enhancing ingredient in traditional Cantonese cuisine and is particularly interesting when paired with pumpkin.

Some of the new Royal China dishes are pretty eye-catching too, like the black Lava Egg Yolk Custard Buns (£5.60), on offer at the Canary Wharf branch and the swan-shaped Deep Fried Duck Pastry (£6.20) on the Baker Street menu.

These menus are available daily from Noon to 5pm until Chinese New Year 2017.

Find out more at;
theroyalchina.co.uk


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Gary Simmons

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