Lu Yu Announces New Executive Chef & Brand New Menu

By That's Beijing, July 31, 2020

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Hilton has launched the Chinese Chef of the Month in China and Mongolia. Li Xiaopei, the new executive Chef of Chinese cuisine at Lu Yu (Conrad Beijing), along with his talented team, are bringing a new menu to their guests. While retaining their classic Cantonese cuisine, the new dishes combine the freshest seasonal ingredients with the exquisite cooking skills of the Chinese chefs to create a brand new feast of flavors. 


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Born in Guangzhou, Executive Chef Li Xiaopei was influenced by his grandparents who raised him in the catering industry. It was this experience that influenced the chef’s unique ideas and opinions on the color, aroma, taste and shape of dishes. He feels food is a combination of culture and art. Because of this, Master Li has trained his team to invest a lot of time on the nutritional value of dishes, the coordination of cooking methods and the history of food culture. 

From the careful selection of raw materials, the right mix of ingredients, each detail is well thought out to ensure that every dish is in line with the hotel's high quality standards. The dishes on the menu have been thoroughly refined, discarding unnecessary frills and returning to simplicity. The idea is to truly reflect the charm of classic Cantonese cuisine and provide an unforgettable dining experience for guests.


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Chef Li of Lu Yu Restaurant created a variety of delicious dishes based on his culinary experience in the north and south. Guests can sample the new menu starting in August.


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Wok-Fried Marbled Beef Fillet Cubes with Balsamic Vinegar: Selected marbled shoulder meat, sautéed with black pepper and sea salt until medium rare and topped with shallots and balsamic.  

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Wok-Fried Lamb Chops with Fresh Sichuan Pepper: Lamb chops with fresh Chinese prickly ash produced in Sichuan. The taste is intense, rich and peppery. 


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Braised Homemade Vegetable Tofu with Mushrooms: Homemade tofu first grilled and then braised with enoki and crab mushrooms in a bed of sweet pumpkin sauce. 

Try out these and other delicious new dishes starting next month.

[Images courtesy of Conrad Beijing]

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