Hong Kong – Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) has prolonged Hong Kong hospitality group Buick Administration’s 60-year heritage as an icon of Chiu Chow delicacies into the guts of Tsim Sha Tsui. The brand new eating scorching spot is operated by Hong Kong-based hospitality group Buick Administration, which additionally runs Moon Lok Chiu Chow in Citygate, and Moon Lok Chinese language Restaurant at Xiqu Centre in West Kowloon Cultural District.
Group flagship restaurant model Pak Loh Chiu Chow has been a family identify synonymous with southern Guangdong’s culinary custom since its founding in Causeway Bay in 1967. In modern design evoking the back-to-nature life-style of Chiu Chow villages, the brand new Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) now extends a recent sister model increasing from Citygate Tung Chung to Mira Place, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Persevering with uncompromising dedication to top-quality delicacies, Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) celebrates opening with unique newly-crafted specialty dishes and three set menus designed for desk sharing from 1 Could to 30 June 2021 – simply in time for Mom’s Day and Father’s Day.
The brand new specialties are curated by Group Government Chef Hui Mei-Tak, a multi-award successful grasp within the Chiu Chow culinary faculty to excite gourmets of Chinese language delicacies, spotlighting Double-boiled Chicken’s Nest in Papaya (a la cart priced HK$300) – a ‘nest’ marrying the delectable texture, wealthy taste and wonder vitamins that make chook’s nest prized in Chinese language tradition inside colourful, nutritious and wholesome papaya. Crispy-skin Sea Cucumber with Crabmeat and Pomelo Peel is a re-imagined innovation for the esteemed delicacy, re-inventing its delicate, seductive texture with a crunchy chunk and secret recipe pairing with crab’s contemporary taste of the ocean and an aroma-enhancing citrus twist of pomelo.
Three engaging new 8-course set menus for lunch and dinner embrace the acquainted, comforting allure of Chiu Chow delicacies.
Set of Happiness (HK$498 / head) lunch menu for a minimum of two begins with Assorted Dim Sum Platter of shrimp, steamed pork and vegetable dumplings, adopted by savory programs of Double-boiled Chicken’s Nest in Papaya or Braised Seafood in Superior Soup, Crispy-skin Sea Cucumber with Crabmeat and Pomelo Peel, Rice Vermicelli with Pepper Crab in Pot and Braised Entire Dried Scallop with Cucumber. Finishing the menu are candy programs of dessert Longevity Peach Buns Full of Lotus Paste and Salted Egg Yolk and Braised Papaya with Snow Fungus Candy Soup, ending with Seasonal Fruit Platter.
Amongst two set dinner menus for a minimum of two, Set of Pleasure (HK$588 / head) options Deep-fried Sea Prawn wrapped with Crispy Noodle, Double-boiled Chicken’s Nest in Papaya or Braised Seafood in Superior Soup, Braised Sea Cucumber and Goose Net with Shrimp Roe, Deep-fried Crispy Pigeon, Dried Scallops and Minced Pork with Melon, and ending programs of Longevity Peach Bun, Braised Papaya with Snow Fungus Candy Soup and Seasonal Fruit Platter.
Set of Delight (HK$688 / head) options Deep-fried Sea Prawn wrapped with Crispy Noodle, Double-boiled Chicken’s Nest in Papaya, Stewed Dried Oma Abalone (23/catty) with Sea Cucumber in Oyster Sauce, Deep-fried Crispy Pigeon, Stewed Fish Maw with Fish Ball and Chinese language Cabbage, Longevity Peach Bun, Braised Papaya with Snow Fungus Candy Soup and Seasonal Fruit Platter.
Moon Lok Chiu Chow’s (Mira Place) inside design references the back-to-nature village roots of its delicacies in southern Guangdong, but in fashionable modern fashion. Pure wooden flooring and bamboo fixtures with banquette and curvy chair in comforting shades of olive inexperienced, sky blue, earthy brown, and autumnal orange acknowledge the coastal and Pearl River delta influences on Chiu Chow’s culinary fashion. Traditional celestial lighting over ‘orbiting moon’ chandeliers and ‘half-moon’ bamboo alcoves in the meantime replicate the model’s identify – with a tribute to its iconic heritage as a reliable everlasting fixture on the Hong Kong restaurant scene because the Sixties.
Group Government Chef Hui Mei-Tak stated: “Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) is an thrilling growth for our beloved model – combining our distinguished heritage in Chiu Chow delicacies courting again over half a century and famend dedication to high quality with modern fashion and artistic culinary innovation reflecting the vibrancy of the guts of Tsim Sha Tsui.”
Ideally situated for household and group gatherings, Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) continues a model hallmark of premium high quality components and beneficiant parts designed for sharing, additionally obtainable a la carte for Mom’s Day and Father’s Day. The model is particularly well-known for Chiu Chow marinated goose classics, with Chiu Chow Soyed Goose Liver (Small: HK$148; Common: HK$198), Chiu Chow Assorted Soyed Platter (Small: HK$118; Common: HK$168) of meat, pork stomach, cuttlefish, egg, and tofu, together with different Chiu Chow specialties of Soyed Sliced Cuttlefish (Small: HK$78; Common: HK$98) and Soyed Pork Trotters (Small: HK$78; Common: HK$98).
Signature a la carte specialties additionally embody Pig’s Lung Soup with Almond Juice (HK$68 for one individual; HK$208 for 4 individuals), Chiu Chow Fried Crab with Glutinous Rice (HK$498), Stir-fried Pork Ribs in Contemporary Orange Sauce (HK$128), Hand-shredded Rooster with Sesame Sauce (Half: HK$148; Entire: HK$248), Chiu Chow Deep-friend Taro Chip Coated with Crispy Sugar (HK$78) and Housemade Fish Ball with Chinese language Cabbage in Pot (Small: HK$78; Common: HK$108).
Seating 148, the 6,000 sq. ft. restaurant additionally features a vary of VIP Rooms accommodating weddings and banquets for as much as 60 visitors, divisible into smaller occasion areas.
Moon Lok Chiu Chow (Mira Place) is situated at Store 405, L4, FoodLoft, Mira Place One, 132 Nathan Street, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong – opens day by day from Monday to Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.; and Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, 10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
For reservations or inquiries, please name (852) 2157-9949.
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