Huhhot, China, 15 September 2013 – Chef Menex Cheung at Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot’s Shang Palace will present an impressive a la carte menu lavished with hairy crabs from 26 September 2013 until the end of the hairy crab season.
In addition, the hotel will also offer Hairy Crab Hampers for guests to indulge in with their family and friends.
When leaves turn gold in autumn, hairy crabs flourish in numbers at the ever famous Yangcheng Lake in Jiangsu Province. Matured, plump and full of roe, the much-coveted hairy crabs are now ripe for harvest to lavish the tables of discriminating gourmands.
The exquisite and succulent taste of the hairy crab is at its best during this season, and Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot selects the best for this once-a-year hairy crab soiree.
Autumn is synonymous to the hairy crab for its gourmet aficionados. Shang Palace, the venue for family or business dining Chinese restaurant at the Shangri-La Hotel, Huhhot, is well known for its great Cantonese cuisine.
At the helm of the kitchen is Chef Menex drawing his culinary inspiration from different cuisines, he has developed his own culinary style dashed with an ample amount of innovation and creativity. Aside from the classic Steamed Hairy Crab served with Vinegar and Ginger Dips, the set menu features genuine and fresh hairy crab dishes, providing unlimited pleasure to partakers of the famous crab diners.
For more information and to make a reservation, please call (86 471) 332 8816 extension 6220 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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