Add:99 Jiangbin Rd,Luwan, near Dapu Rd
Time:Lunch, 11am-2:30pm; Dinner, 5:30pm-10pm
Credit Cards Accepted
Blue Moon is a modern contemporary Chinese restaurant specializing in fresh seafood. It features authentic dishes from the great cuisines of China. Dine in one of the nine private rooms or in the stylish main dining room.
The restaurant has launched a weekend brunch dim sum buffet (188 yuan/US$30 plus 15 percent per person) including around 70 kinds of Cantonese dim sum together with Cantonese congee and noodles. Three signature dim sum are recommended.
Cha shao su, a kind of baked puff pastry filled with barbecued pork, has a shiny yellow skin and an ingot-like shape. It's crispy and flaky outside, with a smooth filling and represents quality flake pastry. Based on traditional recipes, chef Liang adds broth decocted from chicken, duck and ham into the pork filling so that each bite is tasty and fatty but not greasy.
Chang fen you tiao, deep-fried dough, is wrapped in a rice roll layered with sauce and has pleasing textures. The rice wrapper is soft and smooth with a certain biting texture while the inside is crispy. The roll is dipped in sauce before eating.
Shao mai is a kind of finger-sized dumpling with pork inside and a yellow outer covering topped with orange crab roe for decoration. Chef Liang fills the dumpling with a mixture of shrimp and pork, which has a tender, bouncy texture and a bit of sweetness.
The menu lists all dim sum. Customers order the traditional way, using a pencil to tick off what they want.