If you like chinese food, and spicy food, it is right to go there.
Red-braised pork is a dish of Hunan cuisine which is inseparably bound up with the memory of Chairman Mao, so many restaurants call it “The Mao Family’s red-braised pork.” Chairman Mao loved it, and he has insisted his Hunanese chefs cook it for him in Beijing. The chef of Orient d’or is also from Hunan, China. It’s worth to go.
Red-braised pork is a robust concoction, best eaten with plain steamed rice and simple stir-fried vegetables; the sweet, aromatic chunks of meat are irresistible.
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