09 June 2021 15:10
It has recently opened in Rome Song, a new address for lovers of true Chinese cuisine that offers the typical dishes of Hong Kong, the culinary mecca of China.
The Wu family and the Okazaki family, already members of Okasan, Otosan and Hiromi cake thus continue their expansion in the capital to introduce new flavors of the Rising Sun. A new opening in which tradition merges with modernity. A place that celebrates the flavors of Hong Kong and the “Dim Sum” ritual which in Chinese means “to touch the heart”.
The ritual of Dim Sum in Prati
Dim sum is a collection of morsels that aim to narrate a millenary art, a synthesis of local and cultural traditions. Among these in the foreground the ravioli prepared by hand by the chef, with quality raw materials (ravioli with lobster and Matcha with forest mushrooms and truffles, scallops, sea bass and others).
At Song, the setting is warm and detailed, with copper-colored details that frame the black paneling of the walls and the coffered ceiling. Thirty seats outside, 40 inside with open kitchen.
In addition to Dim Sum, the protagonists of a large part of the menu, chef Chu Lin Sang offers lobster noodles, Char Siu rice, black cod, Kung pao chicken and other vegetarian dishes. Among the iconic dishes there are also Bao and Peking Duck, in a tasting itinerary which is suggested to be paired with three cocktails or the one with sake.
Also available is a dessert list by Hiromi Cake, the first Japanese pastry shop in Rome owned by the partners who founded Song.