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2014-07-21 22:04 ChineseTime

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“ wú mínɡ jū ” tū chū “ yǐ wèi wéi zhǔ , yǐ yǎnɡ wéi mù dì ” de ɡuó yàn tè sè ,
“无名居”突出“以味为主,以养为目的”的国宴特色,

zài ɡuó yàn cài yáo de jī chǔ shànɡ bú duàn tuī chén chū xīn , qǔ chánɡ bǔ duǎn ,
在国宴菜肴的基础上不断推陈出新,取长补短,

chuànɡ zhì le dài yǒu dú tè fēnɡ ɡé de wú mínɡ jū ɡuó yàn cài 。
创制了带有独特风格的无名居国宴菜。

jù yǒu “ qīnɡ xiān dàn yǎ , chún hé juàn yǒnɡ ” zhī fēnɡ wèi tè sè 。
具有“清鲜淡雅,淳和隽永”之风味特色。

shǐ pínɡ chánɡ bǎi xìnɡ yì nénɡ yǒu xìnɡ zài “ wú mínɡ jū ” pǐn chánɡ dào bié jù tè sè de ɡuó yàn jiā yáo 。
使平常百姓亦能有幸在“无名居”品尝到别具特色的国宴佳肴。

An internet search for the city’s best beggar’s chicken is sure to turn up Wumingju, a classy restaurant that’s famous for their rendition of this imperial dish. The chicken (¥180) is stuffed with earthy mushrooms, wrapped in lotus leaves, then sheathed with mud clay and baked. You have to call in one day in advance to reserve this delicacy, but it’s well worth it. The meat is fall-off-the-bone tender and absorbs a rustic aromatic flavor from the lotus leaves. Other dishes also stand out: the meatball consommé (¥38) is made with a light and fluffy meatball stuffed with water chestnuts and served in a simple savory broth. The bullfrog (¥88) casserole, a gentle ginger and garlic savory stir-fry, is also highly appetizing.

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