Tim Ho Wan unveils a ‘Fabulous Fiesta’ of culinary delights
Tim Ho Wan, the revered destination for dim sum aficionados, is elated to unveil its latest creations in the seasonal Fabulous Fiesta menu. These dishes are a testament to the art of crafting a harmonious blend of textures and flavours, promising a delightful surprise for your palate. The Fabulous Fiesta not only titillates your taste buds but also offers a feast for the eyes. From the moment you set your eyes on the dishes to the very last bite, every moment showcases a meticulous balance of colours and textures, leaving a lasting impression on your culinary journey.
This exceptional menu boasts an exquisite array of four dishes, each a masterpiece of flavour and presentation. Here’s a tantalizing glimpse of the dishes:
- Homemade Lychee Shrimp Ball with Mayo ($9.80 for 4pcs): Dive into a sweet and savoury crescendo with lychee-infused shrimp balls. Crafted with freshly smashed shrimp paste and real lychee fruit, these delights are coated with crispy rice puffs to resemble the actual fruit, resulting in an explosion of flavors.
- Grilled Pork Jowl with Scallion Oil La Mian ($14.80): This dish is a comforting ode to elevated fragrance. The grilled pork jowl is marinated in a house blend of nam yu sauce, chu hou paste, and Chinese rose wine. Served with thick la mian noodles tossed in scallion oil and pork lard oil.
- Fried Red Bean with Mochi Fritters ($7.50 for 3pcs): These fritters offer an enchanting dance of textures. Featuring chewy glutinous rice cake enveloped in a luscious layer of red bean paste and encased in a crispy shell, they strike the perfect balance between chewiness and crispiness.
- Teochew Crystal Pork Dumplings ($7.30 for 3pcs): A medley of minced pork, chopped turnip, chai por, celery, and spring onion come together to create a satisfying crunch, encased in thin crystal dumpling skin.
Tim Ho Wan’s Fabulous Fiesta is available for a limited time. Don’t miss the opportunity to try these delectable dishes!
To make your reservations or for more information, visit Tim Ho Wan’s website here.