ASAI (Reuters) – The main takeaway menu at Chinese takeaway chain Chiu Dao (CHINA.HK) is being unveiled at a Shanghai supermarket.
The menu features dishes like crab, pork belly and squid, which have all been on the menu for many years, and includes dishes such as duck egg, crab bone, squid, beef tendon and fishbone.
It also includes a seafood dish, including beef tendon, fishbone, squid and lobster, as well as a salad with a fish on it.
“We are proud to present the biggest Chinese takeaway menu in Shanghai.
You can enjoy it at any of the local supermarkets and takeaways,” Chiu said in a statement.
Chinese restaurants have been known to offer the menu with a variety of dishes, ranging from grilled fish to fried squid, but the new menu is likely to be more widely accessible.
The Chiu-Dao chain has about 3,000 outlets in Shanghai and has over 3,400 restaurants in China.