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Tale of Craft, Intersection of Culture

Madame Fan introduces over 10 new-to-menu a la carte dishes in a telling of craftsmanship and Chinese heritage by Executive Chinese Chef Pak Chee Yit. In the Tale of Craft, Chef Pak brings his masterful craftsmanship to the repertoire of delectably orchestrated creations through an artful balance of modern flavours with authentic Cantonese cooking techniques – showcasing a juxtaposition of Chinese heritage against globalism. With an Intersection of Culture, classic Cantonese dishes are elevated through the brilliant use of familiar ingredients executed in an unexpected style.

Tale of Craft highlights: 

Smoky Lishan Oolong Mala Quail Eggs; Alaskan King Crab Cold Somen; Slow Cooked Wagyu Oxtail in Star Anise Sauce

Intersection of Culture highlights: 

  • Boston Lobster Winter Melon "Noodles"; Braised Cognac Soon Hock Fish; Kampong Chicken Soup 

Tale of Craft

‘We incorporated modern ingredients while retaining the longstanding heritage of these dishes, creating new and different flavours or textures for the palate’ - Executive Chinese Chef Pak Chee Yit.

The inspiration for Madame Fan’s new menu is to innovate Cantonese cuisine with a fresh flair for diverse taste buds.

Intersection of Culture

‘Embracing our Chinese heritage through our lenses in the kitchen, and exploring the tradition and possibilities of ingredients in different contexts is what differentiates my cooking approach' - Executive Chinese Chef Pak Chee Yit

Tale of Craft, Intersection of Culture is available for dine-in at Madame Fan.


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