Royal Park Hotels and Resorts Co., Ltd.
[Sendai Royal Park Hotel] Winter dinner menu to enjoy traditional Chinese cuisine / Chinese restaurant “Keikaen”
Available from Wednesday, January 4, 2023
At the Sendai Royal Park Hotel (Location: 6-2-1 Teraoka, Izumi-ku, Sendai City General Manager: Yutaka Ichikura), from January 4, 2023 (Wednesday), the Chinese restaurant “Keikaen”, which is perfect for the cold winter We have prepared a dinner menu where you can enjoy traditional Chinese cuisine centered on hot dishes.
The main dishes during this period are “hot pot”, “sand pot”, and “spring mochi”. You can enjoy event foods that can be eaten on the first day of spring, as well as the four major Chinese dishes arranged in Keikaen. Whether you are in a group or by yourself, enjoy a winter dinner at Keikaen to warm your body and soul.
winter hot pot fair
A hot pot where you can enjoy hot water and hot water
You can enjoy the Chinese hot pot dish “Hinabe”, which is popular all over the world, in the style of Keikaen. You can enjoy two types of hot pot: the spicy hot pot with a rich umami flavor, and the delicious white soup with the juicy umami of chicken bones. Seafood, beef, pork, chicken, several kinds of vegetables, and Keikaen’s original dipping sauce are perfect for a hot pot that warms your body in the cold winter.
[Period] January 4, 2023 (Wednesday) to February 28, 2023 (Tuesday) [Price] 7,000 yen *Available for 2 adults or more
・Assortment of four appetizers
・Soup/spicy hot water, green onion ginger, hot pepper, hot water, goji nut, jujube, pine nut
・Ingredients: Miyagi Prefecture “JAPAN X” loin, beef, chicken dumplings, headed shrimp, scallops, squid, cod, Kujo green onions, water spinach, edible chrysanthemums, Chinese cabbage, shiitake mushrooms, enoki mushrooms, fried tofu, malony
・Dipping sauce/roasted sesame sauce, red soy sauce
・Meals: White rice porridge or Soup noodles made with “Tome Flour Noodles” from Tome, Miyagi Prefecture
Keikaen Lapis lazuli course / Chinese-style sand pot stone-baked fried rice with steam rising from the steamer for a hot winter dinner [Image 2
Speaking of Chinese hot pot dishes, “hot pot” and another hot pot dish called “sand pot” are famous. Unlike hot pot, it is a small pot dish for one person, it has high heat retention, and it is
characterized by being hot for a long time. In addition to large shrimp, shark’s fin, Shanghai crab miso and other deliciously concentrated sand pots, steamed dim sum served in steam baskets, and stone-grilled fried rice, there are a variety of warm dishes that will help you get through the cold Tohoku winter. Please enjoy.
[Period] January 4, 2023 (Wednesday) to February 28, 2023 (Tuesday) [Fee] 6,000 yen
・Assortment of four appetizers
・Assorted two types of steamed dim sum / Steamed dumplings with shrimp, Cantonese shumai
・Big shrimp and shark’s fin simmered in Shanghai crab miso, sand pot style ・Sendai specialty “Beef tongue” and jujube steamed soup
・Ankake fried rice with five ingredients stone-baked style
Keikaen Jade Course / Traveling Guangdong, Sichuan, Shanghai and Beijing Chinese New Year Dinner Course Enjoying Hand-Rolled Spring Mochi High Tea Style
In China, Chunping is a traditional food eaten on the first day of spring. You can enjoy various cuisines from Cantonese, Sichuan, Shanghai, and Beijing, which are the four major Chinese cuisines, wrapped in thin rice cakes (haoping). Feel as if you are traveling in China and enjoy various combinations.
[Period] January 4, 2023 (Wednesday) to February 28, 2023 (Tuesday) [Fee] 8,000 yen
・Assortment of 5 kinds of appetizers/
Guangdong: kiln-grilled char siu, Szechuan: sliced pork with garlic sauce, Shanghai: drooling chicken, Beijing: chilled jellyfish, sweet and sour pickled cucumber
・Finished with crustacean sauce Miyagi Prefecture’s Kesennuma specialty “Shark’s fin” and crabmeat soup
・ Spring rice cake ~ high tea style ~ /
Guangdong: Aged meat (sweet and sour pork), Sichuan: camphor duck (smoked duck), Shanghai: Fuyong Crab (Shanghai Crab with Miso) Beijing: Peking Duck ・Other ingredients/seasonings/
Stir-fried minced meat with oyster sauce, zha cai, green onion, cucumber, perilla, lettuce, sweet soy sauce, chili bean sauce, sweet chili sauce
・Thin rice cake
・Seafood in plain hot water sauce, stone-baked style
・Coconut milk with tapioca pearls
●Chinese Cuisine “Keikaen”
[Business hours] Lunch / 11:30-15:00 (14:30 L.O.)
Dinner / weekdays 17:30-21:00 (20:30 L.O.), weekends and holidays 17:30-21:30 (21:00 L.O.)
[Reservations/Inquiries] 022-377-2111 (10:00-18:00)
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*Prices shown include consumption tax and service charge.
*Ingredients may change depending on the purchase situation. As a countermeasure against the new coronavirus infectious disease (COVID-19), Royal Park Hotels is taking measures to prevent infection and prevent the spread of infection in order to protect the safety and security of our customers and employees. For details, please visit the Royal Park Hotels website.
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