This August, master chef from May May Chinese Restaurant at Fortuna Hanoi Hotel has offered his flavorsome seasonal dishes of Beijing duck cooking in three ways.

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Roasted Duck

According to a Chinese saying, no visit to this city is complete if you miss seeing the Great Wall or dining on Roast Duck. As a famous and delicious food with very long history, Beijing Roast Duck is an excellent choice if you want to understand more about Chinese cuisine, culture and customs.

When properly prepared, the deeply flavored skin should crackle and crunch with the slightest touch of your teeth, and the meat should be moist, tender, and flavorful, wrapped in ultra-thin Mandarin-style pancakes with scallions, crisp cucumber, and a smear of sweet and pungent Hoisin or plum sauce. The golden brown and crispy duck will definitely make you fall in love at the first bite.

Stir-fried duck

After having some succulent roasted duck, it’s time to try something veggie. The tender duck is well blended with the crunchy vegetable is incredibly delicious. In addition to vegetables, you may have choices of fried noodles and glass noodles to your preference.

Duck Soup with Pickle

What a better way to finish a meal than enjoying a hot bowl of hot soup? The soup with very last bits of yumminess and sweetness from Beijing duck bone will be a perfect choice to finish a tasty meal.

The price starts from VND750,000/ 3 dishes.

Lunch time: from 11:00 – 14:00

Dinner time:  from 18:00 – 22:00

May May Chinese Restaurant

2nd floor, Fortuna Hanoi Hotel

6B Lang Ha St., Dong Da Dist., Hanoi

Tel: (024) 3831 3333

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