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FU LU ZU Special at Sofitel

FU LU ZU Special at Sofitel

To celebrate the Chinese New Year, the Fu Lu Zu Chinese restaurant at Phnom Penh’s Sofitel hotel will be offering a special menu in honour of the Year of the Dragon. Designed by Fu Lu Zu’s Chef Pang Ho, this elaborate multi-course set meal will be available at the restaurant throughout the month of January.

Menu items include double-boiled superior shark’s fin, braised whole conpoy with hair weeds, sautéed sliced sea whelk with asparagus, steamed live shrimp, and roasted suckling pig with a barbeque platter.

In addition to the main dining area, the restaurant also has private rooms that can accommodate up to 20 guests. Fu Lu Zu is open for lunch from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm and for dinner from 6 pm to 10 pm. The cost of the meal is $66 per person, and a minimum of four guests is required.


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