Staying up late is inevitable to Hong Kong people and we all know the practice is harmful to health. From the perspective of Chinese Medicine, stay up causes “yin-deficiency” in which symptoms like dryness of mouth and throat, poor digestion and spontaneous sweating occur. Loong Yat Heen is going to nourish you with an array of Tonifying Double-boiled Supreme Soups throughout March and April. The Tonifying Double-boiled Supreme Soup is priced at $98 each.
Best known for its health benefits, soup is a deep-rooted Cantonese food culture. By cooking the ingredients slowly for 2 to 3 hours, all essence and nutrients are entirely released to the soup hence became more easily to absorb. Without any water vapourized, double-boiled soup further retains the essence thus it is more delicious and tonifying than slow-cooked soup.
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Abalone and Pig’s Trotter: Possessing a mouth-watering umami, the protein-rich abalone aids in body metabolism that can improve the harmony of “yin and yang”. Together with the chicken and pig’s trotter, the double-boiled soup tastes robustly.
Double-boiled Sea Cucumber Soup with Sea Whelk and Cabbage: Being complimented as “Ginseng from the Sea”, sea cucumber is high in medicinal value and can reduce the likelihood of getting cardiovascular disease. Its flavourless nature makes it versatile with other food items. Simmer the sea cucumber with sea whelk and cabbage, the sweetness of sea whelk penetrates all ingredients and delights your taste bud.
Double-boiled Fish Maw Soup with Chinese Cabbage and Pork: Fat and cholesterol free, fish maw is rich in collagen and well-beloved by women for its excellent skin repairing function. The food item requires painstaking process before double-boiling with Chinese cabbage and pork; after all, the supreme soup is clear and nourishing.
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and American Ginseng: Soothe the “yin-deficiency” symptoms such as dryness of mouth and spontaneous sweating with American ginseng. Its ability in dealing with the problems makes it a good herb for metropolitans. Enrich the taste with chicken and sea whelk, while these foods can offset the loss of vital energy due to excessive sweating.
Other recommendations include: Double-boiled Pig’s Lung Soup with Caterpillar Fungus and Mushrooms; Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk; Double-boiled Pork Soup with Dried Fig and Lily Bulbs and Mushrooms and Double-boiled Pigeon Soup with Snow Fungus and Red Date.
Double-boiled Supreme Soup Menu (at $98 each):
Double-boiled Fish Maw Soup with Chinese Cabbage and Pork
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and American Ginseng
Double-boiled Pig’s Lung Soup with Caterpillar Fungus and Mushrooms
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and Mushrooms
Double-boiled Pork Soup with Dried Fig and Lily Bulbs
Double-boiled Pigeon Soup with Snow Fungus and Red Date
Double-boiled Sea Cucumber Soup with Sea Whelk and Cabbage
Double-boiled Chicken Soup with Abalone and Pig’s Trotter
For more information, please call (852) 2734 3722 or click here for further details and reservations.