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Old Hong Kong Essence 47% Off Ala-Carte Buffet @ Oasia Hotel Novena 17 Sep 2012

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Starts17 Sep 2012 (Mon)Ends24 Sep 2012 (Mon)
Location Oasia Hotel Address 8 Sinaran Drive

Eat your way to health with Old Hong Kong Essence with this deal: From $15.80 instead of up to $49.80 for Old Hong Kong Essence Ala-Carte Buffet at Novena, choose from over 65 Varieties of Award Winning Dim Sum + Double Boiled Soup (No MSG) + Cantonese Delicacies and Desserts + Free Flow of Herbal Tea + Free Dining For Kids (Valid Everyday) – that’s 47% off the usual price!

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Eat your way to health with Old Hong Kong Essence today – Living proof that the delicious can be healthy and whole too! Stress is indispensible in modern city living. A strong immune system is essential in defending our body against pollutants and germs. Chinese herbs do wonders in building up immune system.

Xiao Long Bao with Truffles & Crab Roe 松露小籠包

Chinese take herbs through slow-cooked soups including savory double-boiled soups and sweet soups. Among all the Chinese dialect groups, the Cantonese community outshines the rest in dishing out creative, delicious and nutritious herbal cuisine to nurse your body. You can now find these cuisines in Old Hong Kong Essence!

The Benefit of Cantonese Slow-cooked Soup

Cantonese folks love slow-cooked soups. Slow-cooked soups are always rich in flavor and its nutrients are more readily absorbed by the body.

The Love for Chinese Herbal Soup

Traditional Chinese herbal medicine is extremely bitter. When cooked with the right ingredients, herbal soup can be tasty with enhanced flavor and nutrition. Herbal soup is not as potent as herbal medicine.

Traditional Chinese Herbs in Contemporary Cuisine

Chinese medicinal herbs have been used in cooking for thousands of years. Herbal cuisine is unique in taste and nutrition. In recent years, such cuisine has gained popularity in Hong Kong. Medicinal herbs are often cooked creatively with ordinary Chinese ingredients to enhance its taste and bring out its benefit.

Slow-cooked Sweet Soups

Slow-cooked sweet soups have always been a favorite among Chinese. Slowly simmered with high-quality herbs, sweet soups are nutritious and full of medicinal benefits. Sometimes fruits are added for greater richness.

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