White rice with char siu is prepared by the chefs at H3Q Miki Restaurant from lean pork shoulder and other safe ingredients, ensuring food hygiene and safety. A standard dish with char siu, full of attractiveness and deliciousness!
Price: VND 82,000 per serving
Ingredients: Pork shoulder, white rice, oyster sauce, soy sauce, black soy sauce, garlic, red onion, seasoning seeds, cooking oil.
Instructions for use: To be served immediately. Reheat with a microwave or a pan.
Cook: H3Q Miki Restaurant
Address: No. 9, Dinh Ngang Street, Cua Nam Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Responsible for production: High Food Company Limited (HIFOOD)
Office: No.55B, Hang Bai Street, Hang Bai Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
What's char siu?
Char siu is a Cantonese style of barbecued pork. It is eaten with rice, or used as an ingredient for noodle dishes or stir fries, or as a filling for chasiu baau. Five-spice powder is the primary spice, honey or other sweeteners are used as a glaze, and the characteristic red color comes from the red yeast rice when made traditionally.
It is classified as a type of "siu mei", Cantonese roasted meat.