If having healthier food is one of the top preferred choices on your list, you’ll be delighted to know that Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – one of Singapore’s renowned Chinese restaurants with a glorious history of 21 years will be fulfilling your desires with its new à la carte menu from 9 May 2016
While taking into consideration on the preference for dishes with less sugar, oil, salt and seasonings, Executive Chinese Chef Brian Wong Shiuh Yean, explores ways to bring out natural flavours of each ingredient while minimising the amount of sugar, salt and oil added, at the same time without compromising the taste, texture and presentation.
Dim Sum recommendations includes our favourites such as the Deep-fried Mango Roll ($5 for two pieces) and Baked Crispy Honey-Glazed Pork Puff with Black Pepper Sauce ($5 for two pieces). Other recommendation which taste equally good are the Steamed Crystal Skin Vegetarian Dumpling ($4 for two pieces) and Steamed Salted Egg Custard Bun ($3.50 for two pieces)
Ever wonder how does a Bird Nest Dumpling taste like? You have to try the Bird’s Nest Dumpling in Superior Sauce ($28 per portion) which is one of my favourite dish for the night. Filled with bird nest, scallop, prawn and conpoy, covered with the superior sauce that is brewed for four hours, this is one dish not to miss. Especially if you want that glowy skin the next day 😛
Other than salted egg, what else can you mix it with prawns? How about some Deep-Fried Prawns in Pumpkin Butter Sauce ($35 per portion). Perfectly deep-fried to golden brown, the fresh and juicy prawns is drenched in this addictive, creamy and luscious pumpkin butter sauce as well as a taste of curry leaves will makes you ask for more. The sweetness of the dish comes from the natural sweetness of pumpkin, rather than artificial flavouring.
Another highlight for the Beef lover is the juicy, tender and nutritional Wok-fried Beef Fillet with Angelica and Chinese Yam ($32 per portion). The angelica sinensis is soaked in Hua Diao wine for two weeks in order for the wine to absorb the flavours of angelica sinensis. Accompanied with Chinese Yam and Wolfberries, this dish helps to lower blood sugar, regulates sleep, as well invigorates blood circulation and strengthens the heart, liver, and spleen.
Rich in collagen and new to the Chinese dining scene, the Chilled Double-boiled Peach Resin with Red Dates ($16 per portion) will be another crowd pleaser, especially amongst ladies. A common Chinese medicine, peach resin relieves stress, helps nourish “yin” energy, provides moisture to organs and activates blood circulation.
Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant
320 Orchard Rd,
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel,
For dining reservations, please call 6831 4605 or visit singaporemarriott.com/dining.