After our dinner here during Chinese New Year, we were eager to return to Jade Palace for another slap-up feast.
On this recent visit, we had our hearts set on the Claypot Rice, a speciality of theirs. In fact, there is an an entire page in Jade Palace’s menu devoted to mouthwatering variations of the dish. We chose the one with salted duck and three kinds of very fragrant Chinese preserved sausages - the classic pork, a duck liver and a goose liver ($88++), which were interestingly, served separate from the rice. These meats, as well as the practice of finishing off by scraping the remaining “burnt” rice from the sides of the pot and pouring in a clear soup to mix and enjoy, contributed greatly to this dish being unforgettable.