Known for embracing classic Cantonese fare with a touch of modernity, Full of Luck Restaurant introduces a new menu showcasing innovative dishes to tantalize the taste buds of its diners. Available from now, diners will delight in the hearty cuisine that is treated with reverence, skill and artistry within a contemporary setting.
Signature Dancing Rice 招牌泡饭
Serving comfort in a bowl, Full of Luck Restaurant’s Signature Dancing Rice comprises a selection of five ‘Pao Fan’ – cooked rice served in homemade broth that is simmered for 24 hours to extract the natural sweetness of fresh ingredients. Diners are treated to a visual feast as the fried rice crisps ‘dance’ in the sizzling hot fragrant broth filled with poached rice and premium toppings. Signature Seafood Dancing Rice in Superior Stock ($18++) is served in a claypot filled with rich superior broth with succulent fresh scallops, prawns and poached rice. Poached Rice with Fish in Pumpkin Broth ($16++) is a delightful combination of healthy wholesome flavours, highlighting the nourishing sweetness of pumpkin and fresh snakehead (sheng yu).
Crispy Pu-Er Tea Smoked Chicken
Head Chef Linus Chong has time-perfected his recipe of Crispy Pu-Er Tea Smoked Chicken ($20++). An invitingly aromatic dish cooked over a laborious 13-hour cooking process, each piece has a crisp exterior yet retains its tenderness and juiciness when bit into. The dish is served with a side of Japanese cucumbers infused with osmanthus and plum sauce, as well as a homemade ginger-scallion sauce that elevates the flavours of the chicken. Full of Luck Restaurant’s Mandarin Pu-Er tea is best paired with the teainfused dish that lends diners with a silky smooth mouthfeel.
Glutinous Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf with Lup Cheong & XO Sauce
For a dose of local flavour, Glutinous Rice Wrapped in Lotus Leaf with Lup Cheong & XO Sauce ($18++) is a hearty serving fit for two. The addition of spicy shrimp sambal (hae bee hiam) is what makes this dish stand out, boosting the flavours with an added crunch.
Pandan-Infused Black Glutinous Rice with Mango
Reminiscent of the Thai dessert, Pandan-Infused Black Glutinous Rice with Mango ($6++) is a slow cooked porridge of black rice and coconut milk infused with the familiar flavours of pandan and palm sugar (Gula Melaka). Sweet and tangy slices of mango with chilli powder add contrast to the richness of the dessert.
WEEKDAY LUNCH DELIGHT (Monday to Friday 11am to 3pm)
For quick lunches or casual business entertainment, Full of Luck Restaurant’s new Weekday Lunch Delight ($12.80++) is remarkably good value with delectable choices of appetizers, mains and beverages. Mains in the Weekday Lunch Delight include crowd favourites such as Stewed Chicken with Salted Fish Claypot Rice and Yuan Yang Fish Hor Fun, the latter consisting of a duo of wok-fried and deep fried hor fun noodles with pieces of fresh seabass.
Full of Luck Restaurant
243 Holland Avenue, Holland Village