The Oriental at Traders Hotel, Beijing has invited Chef Jimmy Chen from Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Tainan to present authentic and the finest Taiwanese cuisine from 19 August to 1 September 2013.
Chef Jimmy’s dishes will include An Ping Oyster Omelette, Traditional Taiwanese Steamed Pork Sandwiches, Taiwanese-Style Deep-Fried Chicken with Basil, Taiwanese Pineapple Cake and Tainan-Style Deep-Fried “Coffin Toast” with Seafood Filling, Tainan Eel Noodle Soup, and so on.
With over 20 years of culinary experience, Chef Jimmy strives to combine Taiwanese cooking methods perfectly with the complexity of Chinese style presentation. According to him, it is very important to pay attention to the cooking temperature, original ingredients and cooking skills to bring out the traditional taste of dishes. Chef Jimmy supervises every dish presented and served from his kitchen as if it were for his family.
The Oriental is on the lobby level of Traders Hotel, Beijing. For reservations and more information, please call (86 10) 6505 2277 extension 34.
Along with its special geographical position and climate conditions, Taiwan is abundant in natural resources. Based on its long history and unique culture, Taiwan has developed a distinctive catering culture and is well known as “Food Paradise.”
The biggest island in China, Taiwan is surrounded by the sea and is abundant in resources and ingredients. With the essence of the world's delicious dishes, Taiwanese cuisine draws millions of dinners around the world to enjoy its characteristic charm every year.
An alternative to bustling and vibrant Taipei, Tainan enjoys a more leisurely pace of life. Even its tallest buildings rarely surpass three storeys. Situated on the southern coastal plains of the island, Taiwan’s oldest city has an abundance of historical sites. This ancient capital is also famous for its thriving street food culture and as the birthplace of several native Taiwanese cuisines.