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Saturday, 3 February 2018

CHINESE NEW YEAR MENU 2018 At Lai Ching Yuen Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

CHINESE NEW YEAR MENU 2018 
Lai Ching Yuen Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur 
Nice Posing With The God Of Prosperity 

It's certainly nice to be back again at Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant at Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur for the sampling of their Chinese New Year Menu 2018 to usher the Year of Earth Dog for good health, good life and abundance of wealth. Although this is my third year reviewing their festive menu, their Chinese Executive Chef Terrence Foong Kuan Ong is always on top form and never fails to entice diners' taste buds with his creations.

Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur 
Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant 
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 - 2117 4888

Toss To Prosperity ~ Yee Sang With White Fish Baits
22nd January to 4th March 2018 
RM 88.00 nett onwards

To get the ball rolling, everyone was excited to do the 'Lou Sang' to start off the dinner session. Well, nothing beats kicking off the Spring Festival than tossing yee sang high up in the air. We had Yee Sang With White Fish Baits. 

Apart from the fish baits, diners can try out a delicious combination of soft shell crab, abalone, smoked duck, jellyfish and peanuts with a dressing of tangy plum sauce as you 'lou' to longevity, health and wealth in joyful exclamations.     

Lai Ching Yuen's flavourful yee sang platters are available from 22nd January to 4th March 2018 and priced at RM 88.00 nett onwards.

Double-Boiled Shark's Fin Soup With Crabmeat & Assorted Seafood

Moving on, there was the Double-Boiled Shark's Fin Soup With Crabmeat & Assorted Seafood before moving on to the mains of seafood and meat.

Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce

"Har-Har", a prawn dish is a must-have for Lunar New Year festive celebrations. The word "Har" represented the laughing sound of 'ha ha' which carries the meaning or sound of happiness - laughing away on a brand new year!

This dish of Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce was both sweet and spicy rich with the prawn bisque flavour. The gravy reminds me of the sweet and sour sauce for crabs we used to eat.

Steamed LIVE Cat Fish With Minced Ginger 

Steamed LIVE Cat Fish With Minced Ginger ~ This has always been Chef Terrence's favourite steamed fish dish to serve for many years. Everyone loved it for the fresh and flaky white meat of this white catfish ~ "Pak Shok Kung", the name known in Cantonese. 

Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken With Prawn Crackers

Good attempt serving the Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken With Prawn Crackers. Loved the crispy skin of the chicken skin but the meat within was not fully marinated and tastes quite bland, so remember to eat this dish with the 'kua yim' ie the seasoned salt with 5 spice powder for the extra flavours.

Stir-Fried Hong Kong Kailan Topped With Enoki Mushrooms

No meal should be complete without serving of the vegetable dish ~ Stir-Fried Hong Kong Kailan Topped With Enoki Mushrooms. Here's again, this is Chef Terence's signature dish which was served consecutively for the past two years. Running into it's the third year, this must be the crowd's favourite for the crispy and delicious deep-fried Enoki mushrooms topping the sweet young shoots of Hong Kong Kailan!   

Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, Wrapped In Lotus Leaf

Last but not least, here's a dose of rice for the rice lovers! Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, Wrapped In Lotus Leaf is flavoured rice fried with waxed meat and wrapped in lotus leaf, left to steam to infuse the fragrant smell of lotus leaf into the rice prior to serving.

 
Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut 
Nian Gao

Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut 

A traditional dessert of 'Nian Gao', with the sweet rice cake sandwiched in between the sweet potatoes and yam before deep-fried in a coated batter.

Sweet Treats Specially Created By Dim Sum Chef Thye Yoon Kong 


Dim Sum Chef Thye Yoon Kong pampering our taste buds with one of his finest creation for this coming festive Chinese New Year Menu 2018 with his creation of two sweet desserts.

Made to look like the sweet mandarin oranges that are a must for Lunar New Year's celebration, the talented chef had crafted white chocolate and a few others ingredients unknown to my taste buds to form a festive dessert of little cute look-alike miniature mandarin oranges. Seriously, there are too cute to be eaten that night!  


LAI CHING YUEN CHINESE NEW YEAR PROMOTIONS

Timeless Reunion Dinners 
22nd January to 4th March 2018 
From 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm 
Priced at RM 1,988.00 onwards per table of 10

 For reservations or enquiries, please call +60 3 2117 4180 or email lcy@millenniumhotels.com.

Luxurious Festive Hampers
Convey wishes of good fortune and abundance to family, friends and business associates with a basket of luxurious festive treats that includes razor clams, dried ginseng root, golden fortune cookies, Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne, complimentary stay voucher, complimentary Millennium classic dining card membership and more. 

Our Lunar New Year hampers are a perfect way to usher in the auspicious Year of the Dog and strengthen ties between loved ones and business associates.

Priced at RM 588.00 nett onwards
The festive hampers are available from 22nd January to 4th March 2018
From 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight

Lunar New Year Feast 
22nd January to 4th March 2018 @ The Mill Cafe 
From 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm 
Priced at RM 128.00 nett per person, Saturday RM 168.00 nett per person

This Chinese New Year, heighten the spirit of the festive season and usher in the Year of the Dog with a hearty meal. Savour an enchanting spread of delicacies such as gourmet appetisers, yee sang buffet, roasted Peking duck, Cantonese fried noodles, clay pot rice, steamed fish with supreme sauce and a host of other festive favourites.

For reservations or enquiries, please call +60 3 2117 4163 or email mill@millenniumhotels.com


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