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Friday, May 30, 2014

Dragonair’s saucy secret

chilled pork belly with garlic
The key to Xin Dau Ji’s delicious chilled pork belly with garlic (pictured) is a closely-guarded secret sauce recipe that uses Kurobuta pork. Now passengers travelling on Dragonair, Cathay Pacific’s sister airline, can enjoy this and other signature Hong Kong style dishes from the popular Xin Dau Ji restaurant, which was awarded a Michelin star in 2012 and has nine branches in Hong Kong and China. Another Xin Dau Ji hit offered on Dragonair’s new inflight menu is the braised beef cheek with matsutake, bailing mushroom and celtuce, a tasty dish rich with superfoods. Other popular dishes passengers can look forward to include pan-fried minced pork and lotus root cake and the chef-recommended deep-fried fish fillet with sweet corn sauce.

The new menu will be available until mid-April 2015 to passengers in all classes on selected Dragonair flights from Hong Kong to Beijing and Shanghai, and to First and Business Class passengers to Taipei and Kaohsiung, and to Business Class passengers flying to Chengdu, Hang-zhou, Kunming, Nanjing, Ningbo, Qingdao and Fukuoka.

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