Snake dishes are not only nutritious, they also help warm up the body, cleanse the liver and improve circulation. Sun Kitchen is launching a series of snake dishes in September. Creative yet delicate, they will surely satisfy even the pickiest connoisseurs.
It is typical in China to consume snake for nourishment purpose. The Chinese believe that every part of the snake is edible. Snakes do not only make tasty dishes, but they also have healing power. Sun Kitchen at Four Seasons Suncity Club serves as a hub of delicate dishes, premium wine and high-end entertainment. Dishes are designed according to the availability of seasonal ingredients and crafted with top-notch skills. As autumn approaches in September, the restaurant launches a series of creative snake-themed dishes.The chef’s exceptional skills can be reflected in the perfect balance of snake meat with other ingredients and excellent seasoning.
For starter, “Five-snake Soup with Fish Maw and Chrysanthemum” is the perfect choice. Apart from snakes, shreds of fish maw, black fungus, cooked and raw ginger and 30-year-old sun-dried tangerine peels are used. The snakes are first deboned by hand to conserve the original muscular texture and then cooked in stock for four hours. Chrysanthemum petals are added when served, further enhancing the layers of flavours, accentuating the hint of sweetness, and adding a touch of fragrance to the soup.
Another recommended soup dish is “Bocourt’s Water Snake Simmered with Caterpillar Fungus and Fish Maw”. Caterpillar fungus is categorised as a mild ingredient in Chinese medicine and is therefore suitable for anyone to eat. It is good for the liver and kidneys and has the effect of alleviating fatigue, stopping bleeding and reducing phlegm. Fish maw is believed to be nourishing and have beautifying effects. It promotes the production of blood and improves health in general.
The chef’s recommendation “Braised Snakes with Japanese Abalone” is not to miss. Snake chunks are braised in low heat in a secret-recipe sauce. The addition of abalone further elevates the dish. “Deep-fried Snakes with Salt and Pepper” is another featured dish. The snakes are deboned and the texture is on-point. “Stir-fried Snake Slices with Morchella” is a milder and lighter dish that highlights the fresh taste of the snakes. Apart from these delicious dishes, guests at Sun Kitchen can enjoy a range of premium alcohol. Members of Sun Supreme Club can further benefit from a 20% discount in food and non-alcoholic drinks. It is time to treat your taste buds!
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