Fortune Harmony, Wisdom. These are the translations of the three characters that comprise the name of this posh vegetarian Chinese restaurant. Owner Fang Yuan has drawn upon his own Buddhist practice, as well as his formidable personal collection of antiques, to create a museum-worthy display of Ming and Qing dynasty furniture and art pieces. In addition to the beautiful setting, each menu is masterfully created and artfully presented. Each dish is an exquisite refinement of each ingredient’s essence, bringing out their unique flavors. Chef Tony Lu redefines vegetarian dining with his unique creations!
Avocado – tomato, mango, waffle cone
Multiflower – longan, walnut, black bean
Taro – mashed taro dumpling, pumpkin, sweet potato leaves
Lotus Seed – honey pea, black fungus
Yam – white and purple yam, termite mushroom and soy
Eggplant – kalian, teriyaki sauce, sesame, gorgon fruit
Preserved Vegetable – Fried Rice, egg white, dried turnip
Ormosia – Hokkaido, red bean ice cream, mungbean cake
In addition to this unique menu, we will enjoy a talk on the vegetarian philosophy, the foundation of this restaurant.
Wednesday, February 28
11:15am Registration, 11:30am to 2:30pm
Fu He Hui
1037 Yuyuan Rd, near Jiangsu Rd
(metro line 2 or 11 to Jiangsu Road station, exit 1)
Please email Lunch@seashanghai.org by February 25. Under Subject type “Fu He Hui” and include your membership number, mobile phone number, and WeChat ID. SEA cancellation policy applies after February 25. The event costs need to be paid in cash only.