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Enjoy Michelin-starred Beef Brisket and Tendon and Michelin Bib Gourmand Mala Chicken from SINSTANT at Joy Luck Teahouse from $8.80!

Since its opening, Joy Luck Teahouse has been delighting gourmands with a wide repertoire of Hong Kong-style snacks. Now, it is expanding its menu to include Michelin-worthy offerings such as Beef Brisket and Tendon, Mala Chicken, and Kung Pao Chicken. The treasured recipes for these dishes are developed by renowned and award-winning Hong Kong chefs in collaboration with SINSTANT, a local brand, to come up with Ready-to-Eat convenient meals under their Hong Kong Food Gourmet Series.

The Beef Brisket and Tendon ($10.80 with rice/noodles) are created by Chef Cheng Kam Fu, who hails from two Michelin-starred restaurants Celebrity Cuisine (2010-2016)  in Hong Kong. The stew calls for the liberal use of spices, which impart a complex depth of flavor. The savory note of the stew permeates every inch of the melt-in-your-mouth brisket and gelatinous tendon. The stew itself has a thick consistency and is rich in collagen.

Mala lovers will swoon over the Mala Chicken ($8.80 with rice/ noodles), which follows the recipe by Chef Ng Kong Kiu of Ju Xing Home fame. Ju Xing Home is featured in Hong Kong and Macau's Michelin Bib Gourmand (2018-2022) and is frequented by renowned, veteran chefs, as well as chefs from Michelin-starred restaurants in Hong Kong. For the dish, tender chunks of chicken are immersed in a thick, flavourful sauce that delivers a satisfying spicy punch and evokes a tongue-numbing sensation.

Finally, there is the Kung Pao Chicken ($8.80 with rice/ noodles), which melds savory, slightly sweet, and mildly spicy notes. The recipe is the brainchild of Executive Chef Lau Chin Man, who helms Spring Deer Restaurant, a classic Hong Kong restaurant that has garnered a reputation as a mandatory dining stop for both locals and tourists. 

Containing no MSG or preservatives, the dishes are paired with rice or Hong Kong-stye doll noodles here at Joy Luck Teahouse. For a complete meal on the go, add on $2 for the set*, which comes with their signature Hong Kong Milk Tea (hot or cold). 

The new dishes will be available exclusively at Joy Luck Teahouse’s Chinatown and Bugis Junction outlets from 10 February 2023 onwards. Air-conditioned seating is available on the second floor of the Chinatown outlet.

*Available only at Bugis Junction Outlet