From 13 May to 15 June, talented chefs will be crafting elegant Beijing Roasted Duck dishes at Si Chuan Dou Hua. Slow-roasted and succulent, the duck skin, bones and meat will be prepared into a variety of dishes of your choice.
Roasted until golden brown, the crispy duck skin is delicately carved in front of diners to prepare the unconventional Duck Skin wrapped with Seaweed and Julienne Legumes. It is then wrapped in seaweed along with cucumber, spring onions and sweet sauce.
The duck bones are used to prepare the Duck Bone with Salted Vegetables and Beancurd Soup. This local dish also works as a teaser whilst awaiting the main course to be served.
There are seven ways the duck meat can be prepared. The Wok-fried Duck with Sichuan Spicy Chilli is the classic dish found at Si Chuan Dou Hua. Using dried Sichuan chillies which numb the tongue, this will be a dish to remember. The duck meat can also be stir-fried with black pepper. The Stir-fried Duck with Fragrant Black Pepper Sauce is a milder version for the palette of those who do not want their dishes too spicy. For a much toned down experience, the Stir-Fried Duck with Young Ginger and Spring Onions is the ideal choice for you.
A very uniquely crafted dish is the Sliced Duck with Mango and Spicy Sauce. This is an exceptional combination as diners are able to taste the tenderness of the meat while enjoying the sweetness of the mangoes, in an attractive display. The Duck Dan Dan Noodles is served with strips of duck meat for those who are partial towards noodles. Another noodles option is the Longevity Duck Noodles. This dish comes with wantan noodles topped with sautéed duck slices. The Crispy Duck Noodles comes with duck slices and sauce poured onto the noodles.
The Beijing Roasted Duck promotion is priced at RM99 nett per duck. It is available during lunch from 12:00 noon to 2:30pm and during dinner from 6:30pm to 10:30pm.
This dining experience at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant is made memorable by the Tea Connoisseur who presents the humble act of tea art. With a metre-long nose bronze tea kettle, he combines the skills of Chinese martial arts, dance and gymnastics to perform elegant tea-pouring moves. Every cup of tea is special, whether you are sampling the restaurant’s signature Eight Treasures Tea or other blends such as Flower Tea or Oolong Tea.
For enquiries and reservations, please call 03 2147 0088 or email [email protected]