Dining in this restaurant, anyone can’t help but feel nostalgic. The sight and the smell of the food will easily bring one’s memories back to the forgotten days when life was much simpler and everyone was younger. Shanghai has been hailed with a lot of names.
Paris of the East is one of the most renowned nicknames due to its openness to western influences. Warong Shanghai Blue proves this in its Dim Sum menu, Love Duet of Melted Cheese and Crunchy Asparagus. The chef beautifully combines the best ingredients from both worlds: European asparagus and cheese rolled with exotic, spicy Chinese signature sauce, XO.
For the main course, you can never go wrong with Shanghai Blue Red Chicken. This famous recipe of Chang Mo Sang’s very own mother is chicken slowly marinated in sweet soy, star anise, cinnamon, and orange skin. The slow cooking method results in spices embracing every layer of the tender meat perfectly. For something to tickle the imagination, Shanghai Chrysanthemum Fried Tilapia will serve the purpose. Crispy chrysanthemum-shaped Tilapia fish drenched in mango and sweet chilli sauce has never failed to stun the taste buds.