Tasting The Chinese Food of Emperors!
Dish: Black Truffle & Masago w/ Duck Breast Letture Warp
San Francisco Bay Area's Chinatown !
Dish: Braised OX Tails w/ Red Wine & Black Truffle
Decoration & Classical Tableware !
Dish: Crab meat Lomein
Chef Truman has many accolades. He is the gold medallist of the Chinese Culinary Competition, a member of the Royal International Gourmet Association of France/The Confrérie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs. tisseurs), a Food Carving Senior Technician, and premier chef of China. From 1994 to 2003, he was invited to more than 10 countries to showcase his cooking.
Taste food emperors ate.
Pot and Noodle’s gold medal winning dishes are from the Manchurian Banquet. The Manchurian Banquet is the jewel and highest level of Chinese cuisine culture.
It originated in the court of the Qing Dynasty as a birthday banquet for the 66th year of the Kangxi Emperor, with the aim of resolving the Manchu-Han discord.
The Manchurian banquet is a tradition that has been carried on for generations, and it has grown additional delicacies and in extravagance over the years. The Manchurian banquet consists of 108 dishes. Pot and Noodle has selected three of Chef To's gold medal-winning dishes for diners to enjoy, giving you the supreme experience of a Qing Dynasty emperor.