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Langham Place Xiamen celebrates crab season

Updated: 13 Oct 2015
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Autumn is an ideal time to enjoy crab, as the meat’s taste is best at this time of year. Crab season starts from September, when female crabs are best, and continues to the end of the year when male crabs offer the most succulent roe, from mid-October onwards.

From now until the end of November, the Ming Court at Langham Place Xiamen will add many seasonal crab delicacies to its extensive menu. The price starts from 68 RMB plus 15 percent for the a la carte menu and set menus. Customers who order from the a la carte menu can enjoy a complimentary glass of vintage Hua Diao Wine. Each table that orders more than two set meals can enjoy a complimentary bottle of vintage Hua Diao Wine.

Steamed Hairy Crab

 

Without adding any seasoning, the steaming of the crab brings out its original sweet and fresh flavor.

 

 

Prawn Ring with Crab Sauce

 
This dish has fried king prawn stuffed in a white gourd ring and covered in crabmeat sauce.

 

 

Lion's Head Meatballs with Crab Roe Paste

 
A minced pork ball is fried and then braised with soup stock for 40 minutes, and covered with crab roe paste.

Stone Pot Stewed Mutton

 

As the weather gets cold, it is important to eat well to nourish your body. There are a myriad of tonic foods to eat in autumn, but mutton is the most popular autumn food. Ming Court elaborately presents their tonic super-food dish, Stone Pot Stewed Mutton. Tender mutton stewed with winter mushroom, bamboo shoots, sugar cane, and water chestnut -- it’s perfect for those cool autumn days.

 

 

Prices:

Steamed Hairy Crab starting from 168 RMB
Other crab dishes starting from 68 RMB
A 15 percent service charge is required

 

Ming Court 
Langham Place, Xiamen 
No 4668 Xianyue Road (adjoin to Huli Wanda Plaza) 
T (86) 592 602 9999 ext. 8908

 

SOURCE: WOX Food & Langham Place, Xiamen

 

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