Where to Eat in Hong Kong
Chilli Fagara is a popular Sichuanese restaurant in Hong Kong. Located in SoHo near Central, it serves the numbing, burning, and neutral tastes that Sichuan province is famous for – all in charming and colourful surroundings!
Spicy Christmas Menu
As one of the most popular Sichuanese restaurants in Hong Kong, Chilli Fagara will serve a mouth-watering Christmas and New Year’s menu.
The banquet-style feast will include an auspicious eight courses. In fact, it will start with Okra Heaped with Fragrant Coriander in a mouthwatering sauce.
And it will finish with the popular Sichuan restaurant’s signature Hot and Sour Soup with tender oxtail.
And in case you’re not familiar with Chinese culinary customs, the soup usually comes at the end rather than the beginning of the meal.
But save room for dessert! Because a surprise dessert will end the evening on a decidedly sweet note.
The restaurant will serve the festive menu from 1 December to 1 January 2021. And there will be a minimum of two diners.
Which means just two people can sample all of these dishes!
Chilli Fagara was an instant hit when it first opened in 2005. Is it the best Sichuanese restaurant in Hong Kong?
Sichuanese cuisine is one of the Eight Great Cuisines of China. And it is noted for its combination of numbing (ma), burning (la), and neutral (tang) flavours.
Chilli Fagara – 7 Old Bailey Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: (852) 2796-6866.
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