Old Hong Kong Legend Lo Hei Cantonese Chinese Restaurant menu prepared by Hong Kong Executive Chef Yau Chin Ping features signature Hong Kong nostalgic dishes that requires legendary culinary expertise.
At Old Hong Kong Legend Chinese New Year media tasting, we tried some elegant beautifully prepared dishes.
Traditional favourites are given a modern twist with the use of nutritious ingredients, organic vegetables and healthy alternatives.
Old Hong Kong Prosperity Lo Hei Yu Sheng Healthy Appetizer 富貴撈起 $88 Medium (5 to 8 person) /$138 Large (9 to 12 person）
At Old Hong Kong Legend, the floral arrangement of Lo He ingredients signifies prosperity amidst the freshly sliced raw fish and salmon.
Prepared with salad and fruits, the macadamia nuts represents gold nuggets, the traditional Lo Hei yu sheng is given a healthy and appetising twist with lemon lime raw fruit juice sauce. Refreshing and light in calories
Old Hong Kong Golden Rush with stuffed flower crab claws with prawn and salted egg yolk 黄金滚滚來 $10
Piping hot decadence golden salted egg yolk enhances the prawn paste flavoured fresh flower crab claws, drizzled with healthy mango yoghurt sauce, served with watermelon.
Crab Imperial Roe Scallops Fried Milk 瑞雪迎春 蟹皇帶子炒鮮奶炒鮮奶$ 30
DaLiang Fried Fresh Milk is a nostalgic Cantonese dish from Shun De, Guangdong and traditionally named DaLiang Chao Xian Nai, made from buffalo milk.
Old Hong Kong Legend uses fresh Hokkaido milk, egg white, crab meat and scallops to create the sensational flavour. The fragrant and silky smooth fried milk topped with fresh crab roe brings back memories of true blue Shun De flavours.
The fluffy non-greasy egg white with crab roe, crab meat and scallops adds a flavoursome bite, making it a popular choice among children and adults.
Phoenix Hidden Treasure Wings (Glutinous rice stuffed chicken wings) $ 10
The fragrant glutinous rice with finely chopped Chinese sausages, mushrooms and dried shrimp is pan fried till cooked with and then stuff into the chicken wing and fried for flavoursome taste with crispy skin.
Floral Prosperity with Abalone (Vegetarian) and white fungus $ 29
Old Hong Kong Legend Vegetarian Jade Abalone slices is skilfully arranged like a white rose in blossom with Grilled White Fungus, broccoli and Pumpkin juice.
A healthy combination that looks good and the wholesome goodness from white fungus nourishes the kidney and flushes the heat from the body.
Old Hong Kong Olive Ma La Cake 檻仁馬拉糕 $ 4.80
Traditional Ma La Cake will melt in your mouth literally with the use of lard.
Old Hong Kong Legend breaks away from the norm to bring to deliver healthy Ma La Cake, made using extra virgin olive oil for a healthy yet more awesome flavour that is good for your heart.
Old Hong Kong Poon Choi Treasure Fortune Pot is perfect for reunion dinner or gathering with friends. Prepared with 18 ingredients including abalone, sea cucumber, scallops, fish maw, roasted duck, roasted meat, conpoy, dried oysters, mushrooms, squid paste and more in Old Hong Kong very own secret sauces and carefully layered in a beautiful collectible treasure pot.
Islandwide delivery service (S$15) for Old Hong Kong Poon Choi is available from February 1 to 24 2013 between 11am to 2pm or 3pm to 8pm daily for orders placed 3 days in advance.
Visit http://www.oldhongkong.com.sg/shop/ , or call 8518-6168/9880-7202 to order Old Hong Kong Legend Family Reunion Set Meal or specially designed menu items like Roasted Duck with Plum Sauce, Pig trotters, soya sauce chicken, Fried Glutinous Rice with Waxed Meat, Golden Glutinous Rice Cake (with gift box), Yam Cake and Water Chestnut Cake and Poon Choi for catering all year round including Chinese New Year.
Old Hong Kong Legend Chinese Restaurant offering Lunar New Year Lo Hei Cantonese menu and exquisite signature dishes is located at Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road #02-18, Singapore 179103. Opening hours are from 10.30am -10.30pm daily, 365 days a year, even on festive seasons and throughout the 15 days of Chinese New Year. For reservations and enquires, kindly call 6336 3038 or log on to the website at www.oldhongkong.com.sg and Facebook Page for more information.