Yu Xiang Rou Si, or Fish flavored Pork in Garlic Sauce, is a Sichuan province dish very popular in the U.S. Contrary to the name, this dish does not actually contain any fish. Learn how this dish is prepared at the Dragonwell Bistro, ask questions and taste the dish!
Talks are included with membership or admission, and no registration is required. Members of the garden receive 15% off dinner at Dragonwell Bistro during the months of June and July. (Please present your membership card at the restaurant to receive this offer; restrictions may apply by restaurant.)
Dragonwell Bistro's owner, Jack Chu, grew up in the restaurant business in Portland and remembers spending most of his youth working at his parents' two restaurants after school and on weekends. Determined to find his own path, he decided to pursue work outside of the restaurant business. After finishing his MBA, he worked as a business consultant for 20 years in and around China. During his travels all over China and its many regions, he was fortunate enough to taste the best of the most authentic Chinese dishes and cuisines and is proud to bring these dishes to Portland.
Dragonwell Bistro offers cuisines from various regions around China, many dishes are influenced by southern Chinese cuisine. Jack's wife, Annie, is from the southern city of Hangzhou, also known as China's "Heaven on Earth." This region's cuisine is so famous that the Emperor Kin Lung himself dressed as a regular citizen to go there and taste the region's many delicacies.