Food & Drink
Chef Dave Critchley launches new menu at Lu Ban Restaurant
2 years ago
With its menu inspired by the Tianjin region of China, Lu Ban releases stunning new dishes this week.
Fresh additions from Chef Dave Critchley include Crisp Fried Stretch Battered Prawns, with the signature Lu Ban flavour and served with red dragon sauce for a real kick.
Barbecue Pork Bao with char siu pork in Chinese steamed buns, Szechuan Roasted Pumpkin – a seasonal delight with a hint of fiery chilli.
More new dishes include Old Beijing Lamb Skewers, Honey and Soy Goosnargh Chicken Breast and Chinese Tonka Bean Custard.
Lu Ban signature dishes are staying on the menu, so don’t worry, you’ll still be able to order your favourite dishes with a seasonal update.
If you’re after a Chinese feast for your eyes and your mouth, Lu Ban is the place to be.
New dishes include;
OLD BEJING LAMB SKEWERS 老北京烤羊肉串
Barbecued lamb skewers, cumin, white pepper, charcoal yoghurt
BUDDAH DELIGHT 罗汉斋
Wok tossed warm salad of wild mushrooms, garlic, ginger, bean curd, Shaoxing wine and soy sauce
CRISP FRIED SALT AND PEPPER STRETCHED PRAWNS 椒盐大虾
Battered prawns, Lu Ban salt and pepper seasoning, red dragon sauce
Dumplings and Bao:
BARBECUE PORK BAO 叉烧包
Two traditional steamed bao buns with char siu pork
WINTER CHINESE GREENS WILLOW LEAF DUMPLING 冬令时蔬柳叶包
Two traditional shaped steamed dumplings
HONEY AND SOY GOOSNARGH CHICKEN BREAST 老抽蜂蜜古斯纳鸡胸
Water bathed breast of corn-fed chicken, baby bok choi, wild winter leaves, local honey, aged soy
KUNG PO CAULIFLOWER 宫保菜花
Crisp battered cauliflower, fermented bean, peanut, Chinese chive
SZECHUAN ROASTED PUMPKIN 川式焗南瓜
Roast pumpkin, black bean soy, Szechuan chilli oil, onions and chilli
CHINESE TONKA BEAN CUSTARD 零陵香豆羹
Tonka bean and soya set custard, black cherry basil, toasted sesame granola