Chinese New Year Dinner at Si Chuan Doi Hua PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur

Tropical Fruit Yee Sang
Tropical Fruit Yee Sang at Si Chuan Doi Hua

I was told that people born in the year of the Rabbit under the Chinese Zodiac are admired, trusted and are often financially lucky, defintely an awesome news. Family gathering over dinner is a must during the Lunar New Year. Here at Si Chuan Doi Hua Restaraunt, Chinese Chef Chew Chee Kuong and Sichuan Chef Wong Yunghai bring blessings and prosperity to the table with lavish feasts of auspicious set menus with signicant symbolic dishes and colourful Yee Sang with good fortune and luck. What was truly delighted was I got to indulge them, it was the most inspired Sichuan dining experience.

Tropical Fruit Yee Sang1
My Tropical Fruit Yee Sang

I just love chopsticking into the Yee Sang, everytime I dive in my pair chopstick I will think of Ang Pow! wow! Did I? :) Well I am sure I will get more Ang Pow this year! The Yee Sang here was phenomenon, it was superb and refreshing. It was thier signature Yee Sang. Definitely a hit for vegeterian as there were slices of strawberries, kiwi, mango and dragonfruit can be seen.

braised sharks fin with fish maw and crab roe in superior stock
Braised Sharks Fin with Fish Maw and Crab Roe in Superior Stock

Next came personally to me was this white clay soup bowl filled with Braised Sharks Fin with Fish Maw and Crab Roe in Superior Stock will heated with burning candle underneath. I was catch with such pleasure, this is my first time indulging a bowl of warm soup. Truly a unique experience. The superior stock truly tasty and hving the accompany ingredients, it was mind blowing to me. It was awesome biting into the fish maw and the crisp texture of the shark fin. Definitely I would love having a second round.

Steamed CHicken with Garlic and Preserved Chilli
Steamed Chicken with Garlic and Preserved Chilli

Having to indulge a range of Sichuan dishes a bowl of rice is a must. The Sicuan gravy will soaks it up with such a pleasure. Next was the finely chopped steamed chicken which was tender and moist galzed over with garlic and preserved chilli sauce. It was slightly fury with delight having burst pleasure of heat in my mouth, definitely Sichuan. Just terrific.

4 Comments

  • January 28, 2011 - 1:29 pm | Permalink

    Love the refreshing fruits Yee Sang :)
    mimid3vils´s last blog post ..Prosperity Burger

  • January 28, 2011 - 11:33 pm | Permalink

    Awww…. I am soooo envy! I miss the yee sang and all the delicious food back in M’sia.
    Ching @ LCOM´s last blog post ..Brown Sugar Glutinous Rice Cake Kuih Pulut Gula Hitam

  • January 29, 2011 - 2:22 pm | Permalink

    LoL! The way you captured the fish reminded me that it’s time to set my appointment with the dentist! Great shot! 😛

    The beancurd with wolfberries looks yummy! It’s certainly something NEW!
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  • February 1, 2011 - 6:56 am | Permalink

    The side dishes look just super = )
    just a french girl´s last blog post ..cherry blossoms galore…

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