Yee Sang at Zuan Yuan One World Hotel

Yee Sang
Zuan Yuan Yee Sang with Polo Clam and Shredded Sweet Turnip in Truffle Oil

At recent I attended a beautiful Yee Sang dinner at Zuan Yuan, One World Hotel. I just like the interior of this restaurant that can just encapsulate anyone dinners heart, layback and very attractively at home comfort with the accompanied simplicity and elegant of gorgeous chandeliers, classic ambience and private rooms to cater to all functions.

Yee Sang Clam
Preparation towards the Toss

That night the guests were being showcased to their Zuan Yuan’s Dragon Feast Set Menus priced from RM988++ per table of 8 – 10 persons which started off with a Polo Clam and Shredded Sweet Turnip in Truffle Oil.

Lou Sang
The Spirit of Lou Sang

I just love the elegance of the Yee Sang platter, coloured and attractive, and foremost topped with my favourite Polo Clams. Not only the beauty that laid upon that night, the smell of fragrant truffle oil can easily detected while the joyous of “Lou Sang” was the main hightlight of the night. With thundering of wishes for this coming New year 2012, we deep into chopsticking the Yee Sang with such jouyous and greetings of great health and a prosperous year.

Yee Sang plate
My Delicious Yee Sang

Here was my portion of Yee Sang cladded with Polo Clam beautiful served on my plate. Just love every bits second of my Yee Sang, crisp, great different layer of texture and laced with my liking sauce. Just fabulous! . . . . . . . I wonder where Yee Sang originated from?

fish
Steamed Red Grouper with Medan Sauce

Our main came chraging in with such a delight, Steamed Red Grouper with Medan Sauce was seated punctual right in-front of me, looking at me. Love the redness of this dish. Well steamed to refinec texture, tender and sliky smooth while the tasted sweet and sour sauce complimented the fish so elegantly, fabulously executed.

prawn
Wok Fried Butter Tiger Prawn with Papaya Milk

NOw I was rather kept in silent when I saw the next dish came right from the kitchen. For a second I thought it was yet another salted egg yolk prawn but I was wrong. It was a new Chefs’ recipe, Wok Fried Butter Tiger Prawn with Papaya Milk which caught me with such a delight. The sauce was truly delicious, I never thought papaya milk can jive so well with this buttered tiger prawn. It was lusciously delicious. A must try, a must have this Chinese New Year !

Chicken
Poached Village Chicken with Pickled Radish and Chilli

Then came the comfort moment for me as I just love my chicken poarched to the right texture, not too hard or too raw. Firm and nice. Here it was done perfectly topped with pickled radish and chilli, just terrific for a special occasion.

mushroom
Stewed Mixed Vegetable in Bean Curd Parcel with Dried Oyster and Sea Moss

Here I just love the look of this Stewed Mixed Vegetable in Bean Curd Parcel with Dried Oyster and Sea Moss dish. I just love stewed dried oyster, smoky and just make me lust of another piece. The bean curd sheet was refined stewed to softly tender and tastes remarkable delicious, just love it!

ginger chicken
Deep Fried Ginger Chicken with Sweet Glaze

We were tuly lucky that night as Chef Michael churned out our favourite Deep Fried Ginger Chicken with Sweet Glaze, this is a classic dish and is one of his famous dishes here at the restaurant! :)

chef
Master Chef Michael Chew

I had a great time enjoying a joyous dinner with other guests, so if you are looking for a fabulous place to dine this Chinese new Year, Zuan Yuan at One World Hotel is a place to check out! :) . . . . . I love Zuan Yuan , Sunny Yaw

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Choose from the different yee sang offering (begins 9th January till 12th February 2012)

• Yee Sang with Seaweed & Assorted Fresh Fruits RM55++ (half portion) RM110++ (full portion)
• Yee Sang with Salmon & Shredded Sweet Turnip RM70++ (half portion) RM140++ (full portion)
• Yee Sang with Salmon & Shredded Sweet Turnip In Truffle Oil RM85++ (half portion) RM170++ (full portion)
• Yee Sang with Sliced Abalone & Snow Pear RM90++ (half portion) RM180++ (full portion)

The menus you can choose from:

• Appreciation Set Menus priced from RM988++ per table of 8 – 10 persons from now till 13th January 2012.

Showcasing the culinary mastery of Chef Michael Chew, enthral and delight your guests with dishes such as Zuan Yuan Four Season Combination Platter, Braised Sea Treasures and Shark’s Fin Broth, Roast Chicken with Lemon and Mint Sauce, Steamed Sea Grouper with Wood Fungus, Beancurd Skin and Preserved Vegetable, Wok-Fried Tiger Prawn with Tom Yam Sauce, Braised Duo Mushroom with Sea Cucumber and Garden Green and Steamed Fragrant Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat and Yam.
Available for lunch and dinner.

• Reunion Joy Set Menus starts at RM1288++ per table of 8-10 person and is between 14 – 22 January 2012.

Three reunion set menus priced from RM1288++ per table of 8-10 persons are available serving delectable dishes such as Salmon Yee Sang with Sweet Turnip, Shark’s Fin Soup with Crab Meat and Dried Scallop, Zuan Yuan Crispy Roasted Chicken and Duck, Steamed Giant Grouper with Tangerine Skin in Light Soya Sauce; and Deep-Fried ‘Nian Gao’ with Pumpkin in Salted Egg Yolk.
Available for lunch and dinner.
(Zuan Yuan remains open on the eve and throughout the fifteen days of the Lunar New Year.)

• Zuan Yuan Prosperity Chinese New Year Menu starts at RM988++ for a table of 8 to 10 and is available for lunch and dinner from 23 January – 12 February 2012

Usher in the Year of the Dragon with Zuan Yuan’s specially designed menus priced from RM988++ per table of 8-10 persons. Feast on auspicious dishes that will herald in prosperity, health, wealth and all good things in life.

Vivacious offerings include Braised Shark’s Fin Soup with Shreded Abalone and Dried Scallop, Wok-Fried Tiger Prawn with Papaya and Butter, Braised Dried Scallop with Dried Oyster, Sea Moss in ‘Lou Han’ Bean Curd Parcel with Garden Green; and Steamed Red Spotted Grouper with Wood Fungus and Red Date. For dessert, Zuan Yuan’s Homemade Deep-Fried ‘Nian Gao’ with Pumpkin and Salted Egg Yolk is not to be missed.
Available for lunch and dinner.

Check out their website for detailed information

For a pork free CNY reunion meal: Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant One World Hotel +603 7681 1159

One comment

  • January 16, 2012 - 9:08 pm | Permalink

    My truly words.. The prawns is Yummy!

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