Our dishes are designed to be shared, courses are often made up of 3 or 4 pieces. For us, food is discovery and exploration, it is a ritual that takes on even more flavor when in company.
DREAM OF RED CHAMBERS /
Fried scampi and mozzarella balls
Heart warming. This is the meaning of Dim Sum. Dishes to share, a ritual of engagement and discovery.
Made of gestures and complicity, an ancient yet always new ritual, to be interpreted and explored. Our Dim Sums are conceived in steps of a journey through taste, emotions and desires.
To Xin Ge and to those who choose to set out to discover their path, have a good trip!
Simple and very rich. Soft and crunchy. Delicate and tasty, a fusion of universes that are seemingly distant. Sheng Jian Bao, also known as Sheng Jian Mantou, is a popular Shanghainese dish. They began as a simple sandwich stuffed with pork, cooked in a pan with oil and water instead of steamed.But defining these Bao, conceived and created by the chef, as sandwiches is an understatement.
They are more similar to round ravioli with a classic dough, with flavors inside coming from the East and the West. Japanese curry, foie gras, balsamic vinegar of Modena and Tuscan truffles: worlds that at first glance may seem distant, merge in a warm and tasty embrace.
GLU GLU BAO /
soft Chinese bun
with turmeric, pork belly and
mustard leaves, steamed
HOW TO ENJOY
Make a small hole in your Bao by pinching the dough at the top with your teeth (be careful to only bite into the dough).
Wait for it to cool.
Warning it's hot!
Drink the broth by sucking it directly from the Bao.
If you wish, pour rice vinegar into the Bao
Now fully enjoy your Bao.