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Yang Sing's Luxe Menu - For Two Days Only

Confidential loves this fashionable range of Chinese exotica

Published on October 10th 2013.

Yang Sing's Luxe Menu - For Two Days Only

YANG SING has a special Luxe menu to mark Vogue's Fashion Night extravaganza in the city. It's suitably beguiling as well, bringing a glittering array of starry flavours.

Very Chinese Taoist concepts, very chi. In fact it's a shame there is no chi-eeseboard. 

Honestly the editor, Jonathan Schofield, says he would divert ten miles on a penny farthing to gets his chop sticks on that garlic woodear and caterpillar funghus. And then there's jellyfish. And sea cucumber.

The inspiration for the menu is all about balance, equilibrium and health. Very Chinese Taoist concepts, very chi. In fact it's a shame there is no chi-eeseboard. 

Enough of that.

If you want to join the editor in appreciating this superb menu maybe use a faster mode of transport than a penny farthing because this menu is only available from Thursday 10 to Friday 11 October.  

Small Plates 

Shredded mooli & jellyfish salad - £6 

Garlic woodear salad - £6 


Slow cooked chicken soup with whelk and caterpillar funghi - £10 

Double cooked chicken soup with ginseng and red dates - £10 

Large Plates 

An assiette of sea cucumber and abalone with shrimp roe - £15 

Shredded crab with hasma and birds nest on a bed of broccoli - £15 


Almond milk and birds nest sweet consommé - £12.50 

Drinks and a 10% discretionary service charge are not included in this menu and will be added to your final bill. 

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