Friday, February 12, 2016

Chinese New Year Celebrations at Shao !

Traditionally, The Chinese New Year is a time to bring family together for feasting. On New Year’s Eve, the extended family joins around the table for a large meal. With these Chinese customs of family feasting and bonding in mind, the culinary team of Shao has put together an elaborate menu featuring traditional favourites such as steamed buns, an assortment of dumplings, variety of noodles and a selection of meats and fish prepared in the Szechuan, Cantonese and Hunan style of cooking among others. 


 Its a beautiful place to dine in with your loved ones as the ambiance is awesome! The decor has lots of  lots of Asian themes and detailing to it yet not overdone.


The faintly playing oriental music and the decor creates a perfect place to dine in peace. 







Usher in the “Year of the Monkey” at Shao with authentic Chinese New Year delicacies symbolizing the turn of the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar and longevity, happiness and fortune in the year to come.

Dumplings: Dumplings are a sign of the family unit and of perfection. 

Crispy Apple in Sweet Chilly Sauce

Ka Saun Tofu


                                                        Shredded Shitake with Asparagus




These were the lovely vegetarian spread I got to cherish , Couldn't as for more veg food :)
                                                                   
Vegetable Stir Fry 
Pan Fried Long Noodles
Steamed Jasmine Rice 



                                                              Mantou Steam Cooked Buns



Asparagus and Bean curd Soup 


Vegetarian Gyoza and Sesame dip


Vegetable and fruit Papre rolls


Noodles: Long noodles to symbolize long life. Gorge on Soba (buckwheat) noodles, rice flat noodles, glass noodles and many others at Shao.

Chinese tea: The Chinese New Year is a time to offer tea with well-wishes and an opportunity to make deeper connections. Sip a cup of Taiwanese High Mountain Oolong or Long Jing Green between courses or all through your meal at Shao 


Jasmine Tea

Crispy  Fresh Fruit Rolls with Icecream for Dessert




Mandarin oranges: Mandarin oranges are the most popular and most abundant fruit during Chinese New Year and are a homophone of "luck" or "fortune". These will adorn the centre of every table at Shao through the Chinese New Year celebrations.


                                                                  Crispy Rice crackers




A member of the prestigious Chaine Des Rotisseurs, Chef Narender Singh’s career spans over three decades in the hotel industry. Before heading the Culinary team at Park Plaza, Bengaluru as Director of Culinary, Chef Narender has been associated with a number of International Hospitality brands and cruise liners in the Middle East, India and the US, including Sheraton worldwide , Hyatt and Grand Hyatt International Hotels worldwide , Hilton International worldwide, Marriott (USA), Dubai Plaza Hotel, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (Miami, Florida), Marriott Horse Shoe Bay Resort (Texas) , Jaypee Palace and International Convention Agra .
He has been awarded by the White House, US President, and Hosted dinners for President of India, Historic summit of Indian Prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and Pakistani President Musharraf and number of state of heads. He has been awarded by various ambassadors – Australian, British, Egyptian, Indian, Srilanka, Pakistan for hosting dinner for their state of head delegates and National days.
He has recently been awarded the Hotelier India Award 2015- Chef of the Year Mid-Market segment


Gong Xi Fa Cai
Chinese New Year- Year of the Monkey 
Outlet: Shao, Oriental Fine Dining 
Date: 5 th February onwards 
Time: Lunch: 12:30pm to 3pm Dinner: 7pm to 11pm 
For reservations contact: +91 80 6707 6909 or +91 8884400175 

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