My First Visit to Mao Jia Hunan Cuisine

I am not really familiar with different chinese dishes but all I know is everything is good to eat :)
Last time, we got a chance to discover that Hunan is just similar to Szechuan cuisine wherein Hunan is more spicier while Szechuan is common with smoked and cured dishes.

Consists of more than 4,000 dishes according to ChineseFood.About.Com, includes Dong'an Chicken, Crispy Duck, Orange Beef and Spicy Frog Legs.

At first I am thinking if I can manage to finish everything because it is really spicy!

They said that the reason why they're using extensive chiles is because of the humid climate.



Mao Zeodong, the leader of National People's Republic of China was born in Hunan


 


The Restaurant: Mao Jia Hunan Cuisine
Location: The Ronac Art Center in Greenhills, San Juan

Hunan Cuisine is one of the eight regional cuisines of China. As opposed to the better-known Sichuan cuisine, it is known for its hot spicy flavor, fresh aroma and deep color because of the liberal use of chili peppers, shallots and garlic.

The history of the cooking skills employed in the Hunan cuisine date back many centuries. As early as the Western Han Dynasty, 2,100 years ago, the cooking skills of Hunan cuisine reached a high standard. During the course of its history, Hunan cuisine assimilated a variety of cuisine styles, and then developed its own style.

Here in the Metro, discover its authenticity only at Mao Jia Hunan Cuisine.

Strategically located at Ronac Art Center, our menus boast of home-style dishes that are deliciously prepared by a local Hunan Chef.



The Menu and Prices

  • bean curd with kuchay (160)

  • stir fry frog legs (380)

  • spicy fried chicken (220)

  • salt and pepper shrimp (380)

  • chili fish head (380)

  • sour and spicy cabbage (120)

  • sour and spicy shredded potato (120)

  • spare ribs (380)

  • diced beef with corn (220)

  • wintermelon spareribs soup (200)

  • pork strips with chili pepper (200)

  • stir fried vegetables (120)

  • pepper sausage with leeks not in menu but cooked right on spot




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Also visit their Facebook Page at
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mao-Jia-Hunan-Cuisine/449543321732746

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