Orders close at 12PM the day before delivery date

Give £20, Get £20

Treat the food lover in your life to £20 off (when they spend over £50) and you’ll get £20 off your next order too.

Lucky & Joy


Regional Chinese Feast

Punchy flavours and regional Chinese cooking, centred around red braised pork belly and cold sesame noodles.

Serves 2 people


Pickled peanuts
Cold sesame noodles
Red braised pork belly
Spiced Hispi cabbage
Sticky rice

This menu contains alcohol.

⬇ Download Cooking Instructions


This feast contains Soybeans, sulphites, peanuts, gluten, sesame. Please note this menu contains alcohol. Made in a kitchen that handles all 14 allergens, including nuts.

About Regional Chinese Feast

“I've been travelling around, eating lots of regional Chinese food for a long time now,” explains Lucky & Joy founder Ellen Parr. “The menu is my take on dishes that I thought were delicious and amazing, with lots of bold, fiery flavours.”

Drawing on recipes from provinces such as Hunan, Xinjiang and Sichuan, Lucky & Joy’s menu begins with peanuts deep-roasted at a low heat and then quick-pickled in black vinegar and soy until they’re both chewy and crunchy. The cold sesame noodles are a Lucky & Joy classic, and are Ellen’s reinterpretation of a dish from Sichuanese restaurants in New York. Chewy wheat noodles are tossed with a toasted sesame and peanut dressing and a generous amount of chilli oil. “The key to this is using our wonderfully fragrant homemade chilli oil,” says Ellen. “Everyone comes from far and wide for these noodles.” The red braised pork belly - once said to be Chairman Mao’s favourite dish - is inspired by a classic recipe from the Hunan province. Chunks of pork belly are wok-fried until caramelised, before being re-caramelised with a spoonful or two of sugar. Next, the pork is slowly oven-braised with ginger, soy and spices so that the sauce reduces to become extra-sticky and delicious. It’s accompanied by dressed Hispi cabbage inspired by a recipe from Xinjiang, roasted until it’s both crispy on the outside and slightly crunchy on the inside, served with a tangy Sichuan peppercorn and soy dressing. Simple steamed rice is made with sushi rice, kept plain to mop up all the juices and allow the bold flavours of the other dishes to shine.

The menu can be enjoyed course by course, or served all at once family-style: “All the flavours go together nicely, but equally can be enjoyed in their own right,” explains Ellen.


Eat at any point during the weekend.

We deliver nationwide* on Fridays, select date at checkout.

*Excluding areas of Scotland, the British Isles, Channel Islands & Northern Ireland. Click here for more info.

This box is a generous serving for 2 people.

This meal is delivered pre-prepared, cold in an insulated box ready for you to cook, serve and enjoy over the weekend.

You may also like

All Rights Reserved © 2021 Dishpatch Ltd

Units B12-B14, Poplar Business Park, London, E14 9RL


MenuFeedGift cardsRestaurants