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‘Abalone Delights’ Promotion at Min Jiang at One-North

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Having abalone in your dish is considered a luxury. Prized for its beguiling and delicious taste and texture (if properly prepared), abalone can be enjoyed in any time of the year. From 15 July to 14 August 2014, Min Jiang at One-North (岷江在纬壹), located within the lush surrounds of Rochester Park, pays tribute to the prized Australian molluscs with its latest promotion – ‘Abalone Delights’. You will be able to sample this delightful delicacy in creative abalone dishes crafted by Master Chef Goh Chee Kong’s (吴志光) creative dishes that bring out the succulence of these Australian molluscs.

Here are some of the dishes from the ‘Abalone Delights’ promotions:
Abalone trio platter, 鲍鱼三拼, $28 per person (See main photo above)
This gorgeous plate features three dainty appetisers – the invigorating Abalone roll with green apple and truffle oil, a luxe ‘yong tau foo’-inspired Pan-fried abalone stuffed with prawn paste and a variation of the restaurant’s popular dumpling: Steamed ‘xiao long bao’ with mini abalones.

Double-boiled abalone with morel mushrooms in shark’s bone cartilage, 羊菌菇炖鲍鱼翅骨汤, $32 per person
Every drop of this gorgeo
us broth boasts intense flavour and light texture. Fresh ‘huai shan’ – a Chinese herb – is added for crunch and nutrition.

Braised 4-head abalone with millet broth, 金汤小米原粒鲍鱼, $48 per person
Basking in the limelight is a plump and glistening abalone that is bathed in a delicious golden-hued broth, which is a result of adding millets – a nutritional grain touted to be high in fibre, protein and antioxidants.

Braised 4-Head Abalone with Millet Broth from the 'Abalone Delights' promotion at Min Jiang at One-North

Braised 4-Head Abalone with Millet Broth

Fried abalone and pine nuts in spicy sauce, 金盏松子鲍鱼炒粒粒, $14 per person
Served in a pretty filo pastry ‘nest’ with pine nuts and capsicum, this dish is an example of Chef’s skill in stir-frying as the juiciness of the abalone is retained despite the use of high heat.

Fried rice with baby abalone and crabmeat, 鲜蟹肉鲍鱼仔炒饭, $28 per person
Those who love their fried rice will be delighted with this luxuriously flavourful version. These tiny gems provide textural delight with every bite.

Abalone indulgence set menu, 金装鲍鱼宴, $128 per person (minimum two persons)
For guests who just cannot get enough, this six-course menu is the perfect choice. Get ready to savour dishes like abalone trio platter, double-boiled abalone with morel mushrooms in shark’s bone cartilage, braised 4-head abalone with millet broth, fried abalone and pine nuts in spicy sauce, fried rice with baby abalone and fresh crabmeat and pandan jelly with lime sorbet.

From 1 August 2014, Min Jiang at One-North will also be adding new dishes to its a la carte menu. Beef lovers will enjoy the braised wagyu beef cheek with papaya paste, where a generous hunk of tender meat is drizzled with teriyaki sauce and paired with subtly-sweet fruit paste and fried onions for a unique combination. Other dishes to look out for is the steamed chicken with black fungus and ginger paste, which is a home-style dish that is simple yet comforting and sautéed seasonal vegetables with duo of mushrooms and truffle oil.

Min Jiang at One-North
No. 5 Rochester Park, Singapore 139216
Tel: 6774 0122
Opening Hours: 11:30am to 2:30pm, 6:30pm to 10:30pm (Daily)

Author: Javan Ng
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