Organic goodness at Peach Blossoms
Back by popular demand, Peach Blossoms’ Chinese Executive Chef Chan Shun Wong brings back the Organic Goodness food promotion from now to 30 April 2013, to satisfy the palates of health-conscious diners. Using only naturally grown and chemical-free produces, Chef Chan’s latest organic menus will take you on a healthy and delicious culinary journey.
Start your organic food journey with the appetising Baked Organic Pumpkin with Cheese served in Organic Kiwi ($12++ per piece). The kiwi is stuffed with baked pumpkin and topped with a small piece of cheese is baked to a golden finish. This tangy appetizer is rich in vitamin C, which helps to strengthen the body’s immunity.
Next, savour the nutritious Steamed Organic Egg with Braised Dried Scallop ($10++ per person). Using organic ingredients such as milk and egg, chicken stock is added into the mixture to enhance its flavour before bringing it to steam for eight minutes. The dried scallop is braised separately and it is added onto the dish before serving.
If you are a fish lover, you will enjoy the refreshing Poached Silver Cod with Homemade Organic Tomato Sauce ($18++ per person). Steamed to perfection, the cod is drizzled with Chef Chan’s self-made tomato sauce, which is made from tomato puree, vinegar and sugar.
Other must-tries include Organic Bean Curd Soup with Sliced Fish, Poached Organic Gingko Nuts, Organic Mushrooms & Organic Baby Cabbage, and Chilled Organic Avocado Puree served with Chocolate Ice-Cream, available in both the set and à la carte menus.
The Organic Goodness food promotion is available for lunch and dinner from now to 30 April 2013.
Six-course Set Menu at $56++ per person (Minimum 2 persons)
Seven-course Set Menu at $88++ per person (Minimum 2 persons)
À La Carte Menu:
12 dishes starting from $8++ per serving.
Level 5, Marina Mandarin Singapore, 6 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039594
Tel: 6845 1111
Lunch: Weekday, 12pm to 2.30pm
Weekend and Public Holiday, 11am to 2.30pm
Dinner: Daily, 6.30pm to 10.30pm
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