Tao of balanced diet

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According to an old Chinese proverb, “Food is the paramount necessity of the people.” So no journey to Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain would be complete without a gastronomic tour of genuine Taoist cuisine.

Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain serves up delights to suit all tastes, from ancient buildings to ancient Taoism culture, and martial art Wushu to genuine Taoist food.

Taoism explores how to live a graceful long life. Diet directly impacts a person’s longevity and health. As a result, Taoists do look at diet in a very serious way. For a Taoist, diet and health are connected, and an important part of how each person should live.

Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain has launched the Taoist Wellness menu at 28 Zodiac Chinese Restaurant. All around is an abundance of green, wild vegetables, which are very nutritious. For hundreds of years, these natural vegetables have been the staple diet for the Taoist monks of Wudang Mountain. One of the most striking features is to fashion these vegetarian dishes into the form of meat dishes.

The approach is to follow nature and return to simplicity while creating endless flavors and reflections.

For more information, please call +86 28 8712 6666 or email reservations-qingcheng@sixsenses.com.