As a new calendar year begins, Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot presents the “Top Seafood Cuisine” promotion to add to your lavish choice list for celebration. Shang Palace and Xin Café offer authentic cuisine and seafood delicacies during the festival season, presenting a brand-new dining experience for the New Year.
Lobster is a protein-rich food and is greatly favoured by people. From 1 January to 16 February 2013, Shang Palace offers the “Lobster Feast,” which features both classic and modern dishes. Chinese Executive Chef Menex and his team will pick the freshest Australian or domestic lobsters and present a sumptuous lobster dinner. A special menu set “One Person One Lobster” is available at only Rmb1,000 per person to pamper yourself at the very beginning of the year. Guests can also express the happiness of the season to family and friends with the “One Table One Lobster” at Rmb1,000 per table. The Shang Palace sommelier, Michael Chang, will pick the most suitable wine for the lobster feast.
The Xin Café Seafood Festival focuses on bringing the best experience to the far-away-sea locals. From 2 January to 13 February 2013, guests can taste more than 20 kinds of seafood, such as Alaskan king crab legs, Canadian jade snails and Hawaiian scallops, and the experienced culinary team will prepare various seafood themed creations like Seafood Pizza, Seafood Teppanyaki, Seafood Sushi and Seafood Hot Pot. The dishes are displayed at 10 food stations, emphasising the diversified methods of preparation of fresh seafood. In addition, every Sunday to Tuesday for dinner only, each guest will also be served with a half-portion of a specially prepared baby lobster at a higher nominal price of Rmb248.
To delight the New Year appetite, guest may indulge in either Shang Palace offers with a selection of lobster cuisine menus, or the seafood festival at Xin Café including a fresh symphony of flavours, tastes and colours. For more information and reservations, please call (86 471) 336 6888 extension 6220 or e-mail email@example.com.
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