Tried & Tasted: Shang Palace at Shangri-La’s Eros hotel
As you walk in one of the most luxurious properties of the world, you’ll find a Turkish restaurant on your right & right beside it, a lane leading to joy. Shangri-La’s Shang Palace is known as one of the finest Chinese restaurants in the world. One of their signature dishes is the Beijing Duck which is also known as the Peking Duck. Beijing or Peking duck dates back to the 14th century. It’s a dish whose process is laborious to say the least. Neeraj Tyagi, EAM, Food & beverage tells that it’s a two day process. The duck has to be washed, and then the air is blown so that skin is easily spared from the flesh. You need special chefs to work on such complicated dishes & Shang Palace does exactly that. They’ve got chefs from the interiors of China who are accustomed to how the dish should taste like. The skin of the duck works wonders when tasted along with sugar. Although how complicated the dish might be to prepare, it rolls onto your mouth with utmost ease transporting your taste palette to a land many won’t have had a chance to experience. So, next time you want something different for an outing, go to Shang Palace for the most intoxicating experience.