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Staff of Fortune Murali Park displaying a plate of seafood at Chong Yang oriental food festival in Vijayawada.
Staff of Fortune Murali Park displaying a plate of seafood at Chong Yang oriental food festival in Vijayawada.

In an attempt to woo food lovers, Fortune Murali Park has launched an oriental food festival — Chong Yang.

Speaking at the launch, hotel’s general manager Venkatesh Rao pointed out how Chinese and oriental cuisines were much sought-after by people all over the world. Both the cuisines had their humble origins in the houses of farmers, but were now relished for their taste, he said.

Master chef from ITC-Delhi Sada Shankar was specially called in to dish out new modified delicacies, the general manager said.

The chef made slight changes to the original dishes to suit the palate of the local people, he added.

The À la Carte menu includes ‘chicken char sui’, ‘satay ayam’, butterfly prawn with ‘chillin hoisin’ sauce, lamb brisket, ‘kowlung’ fish dumpling, glass noodle soup, ‘tom kha hud’, spicy coconut flavoured Thai soup, sautéed prawn in ‘sambal’ sauce, whole ‘pomfret’ in oyster chilli sauce, chilli crab Hong Kong style, four jewel vegetable curry, Thai vegetable curry, ‘lohan’ vegetables, mango Singapore pudding, coconut fine cake, ‘tib tigrob’, frozen ‘chiku’ parfait along with a wide range of rice and noodles.

The festival, with special décor and soothing music to offer a complete oriental experience, will be at the Oriental Pavillion Restaurant.

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