Dine like an emperor on Red’s Beggar’s Chicken.
Originated in Hangzhou, Beggar’s Chicken is believed to be a childhood favourite of Emperor Gaozu of Han, who was born a peasant. When he became emperor, the dish was elevated to an imperial specialty.
Traditionally made with chicken that is stuffed, wrapped in clay and lotus leaves and baked slowly on low heat, the preparation of a single portion could take up to six hours.
At Red, clay is substituted with dough but the end result remains unchanged.
PRICE PER BIRD | RM88
Available daily for lunch and dinner.
All prices quoted will be subject to an additional 6% sales and service tax.
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