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China Crown, a traditional Chinese cuisine restaurant, welcomes diners at the Street Don Ramón de la Cruz, 6, in the heart of the Salamanca neighborhood. María Li Bao and Felipe Bao, owners of this establishment, try to transport the diner to Imperial China through a careful gastronomic proposal.

The menu of the Bao brothers' restaurant seeks to revive a little-known recipe book, that of imperial cuisine. Among its dishes are the imperial beijing duck, which is cooked following the recipe of the ancient Chinese courts; the shark fin dim sum -recipe of the centenary restaurant Huai Yang-; the crispy poussin with cashew nuts and sichuan sauce; or also the sea cucumber with Chinese chive reduction and maylin soy, a delicate and traditional recipe. Among the desserts: fortune fish with mango pudding and Cantonese torrijas are the favorite choices.

China Crown's menu explores a variety of flavors, rediscovered after traveling around the Asian country in search of ingredients. Each dish is the result of years of research and the Bao brothers' passion for their country's gastronomic culture.


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