Currently there is no menu available for Parasol in Abingdon. We are continuously adding menus, so check back soon!
In the meantime feel free to browse our other menus within Abingdon below.
|Crispy Duck with Pancakes||Served in virtually every Chinese restaurant in the UK, Crispy Duck is a sociable way of eating with a group of friends or family. The duck is air-dried and then roasted in the oven with a honey and soy glaze and Chinese 5-Spice. This renders the skin crisp while the flesh stays tender. It is then shredded and served with a plum sauce, pancakes and finely sliced matchstick pieces of cucumber and spring onion. Take one of the pancakes from the bamboo steamer, a spoonful of sauce and top with the shredded vegetables and duck. Roll up and crunch it to it, simply delicious!||Chinese|
|Oriental Style Sea Bass with Ginger and Spring Onions||If you are a fish lover, this is the dish to have. Delicate melting sea bass, served with warming ginger and crunchy spring onions, garlic and soy – truly mouthwatering! Sometimes served on a bed of crisp greens and accompanied by dips, this is often found in Vietnamese restaurants in the UK, but can also be found in higher classed Chinese eateries.||Chinese, Vietnamese|
|Chicken Chow Mein||Probably one of the first Asian dishes to reach the UK, chicken chow mein is served everywhere from noodle bars to Chinese restaurants and street carts. Noodles can be steamed or stir fried until crisp, and are mixed with vegetable such as beanshoots, pak choi, carrots, celery, Chinese mushroom and as a spice, star anise. Chicken is the most popular addition, but beef, pork and seafood are also often used. A very economical dish, and very filling.||Chinese, Noodles|
|Chow Mein||Chow Mein, a noodle based dish is eaten throughout the Asian continent, particularly in China, Malaysia and Singapore. Chicken Chow Mein is the most popular, consisting of poached and aromatic tender chicken and thin noodles, which are pan fried with star anise and a little garlic. Other versions include peppers, onions, bean sprouts and also Chinese cabbage to make it a complete dish in one bowl. Prevalent on menus in the UK, nearly every restaurant will sell chow mein, whether with chicken, beef or prawns.||Chinese, Malaysian, Singapore|
|Wan Fu||An inexpensive light white wine, similar to Sauvignon Blanc, served in Chinese and other South East Asian restaurants. Not very ‘grapey’, more ‘citrussy’ - refreshing to drink with a medium curry and often served as a spritzer with lots of ice.||Chinese, Asian|
|Beer||Tsingtao is the most popular Chinese beer both in China and in the UK. Best served with spicy food, it is crisp and refreshing when ice cold. It has a nutty, sweet taste and is a perfect accompaniment to Chinese dishes. It is a lager style beer and a modest 4.8% alcohol.||Chinese|
|Jasmine Tea||Famous Chinese tea brew, deeply aromatic and usually served at the end of a meal with great ceremony. Always served with a teapot and cup, often on a bamboo mat. The unique flavour and aroma is caused by the jasmine blossom fragrance being absorbed into the tea during growth. Subtlely sweet, is is renowned throughout the world.||Chinese, Asian|
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