Savor the Flavor of Zhanjiang and Hairy Crabs at The COOK

By That's Shanghai, November 30, 2018

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This month, The COOK Origins introduces their ‘Savor the Flavor of Zhanjiang and Seasonal Hairy Crabs’ promotion which features Zhanjiang oysters, free range chicken and specialty items such as hairy crab roe wontons, fried dumplings and stewed pork balls.

The COOK Origins concept focuses on sustainability and authenticity. The highest quality ingredients are transparently sourced from growers and farms that only use sustainable and ethical methods of production. In September, The COOK’s culinary team visited Guangdong Province. Situated on China’s coast, the region represents coastal China as well as one of the Eight Culinary Traditions of Chinese cuisine. The culinary team brought its delicacies back to Shanghai for its diners to enjoy.

The COOK’s chef prepares each delicacy in a variety of ways to cater to different tastes and preferences. The new dishes include Grilled Zhanjiang Oysters, Roasted Black Goose, boiled Free Range Zhanjiang Chicken, Poached Flower Crab, Ginger and Mild Custard, to name a few.

In addition to the Zhanjiang flavors, guests may also enjoy Shanghai favorites such as fried dumplings, wontons and Yangzhou flavored stewed pork balls with hairy crab roe.

Don’t miss the great opportunity to sample the best of the season and feast on these original, seasonal and authentic delicacies from Zhanjiang.

[All images courtesy of promoter]

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