Traveling Gourmet: Tea & Dine at Four Seasons Singapore

It's pinkies up at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore now through October 31. We hear that tea connoisseurs are in for a treat at Jiang-Nan Chun, the Chinese restaurant on site. A new Tea & Dine experience has been unveiled.

A new Chinese Tea series has been crafted to complement the Cantonese fare served up at the restaurant. Health note: Chinese teas contain high levels of cancer-fighting elements as well as antioxidants that aid in lowering cholesterol, increase digestion and improve blood circulation.

The five-course lunch includes a tea-pairing menu. Here's a sneak peek at some of the goodies on hand: Kurobuta pork with jasmine pearl tea or stir-fried phoenix prawn with longing tea. The dinner menu includes double boiled Chinese cabbage soup with mushroom bamboo pith and convoy, paired with golden phoenix tea.

Deluxe delight: A six-course tea-pairing dinner menu is also available, featuring dishes such as baked lamb chop with golden phoenix tea and steamed bay ling mushroom and seafood with rain flower tea.

For more information visit www.fourseasons.com/singapore.

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