At Ming Palace we were greeted with a wholesome Salmon and Dragonfruit Yee Sang dish that caught me with such a delight this Chinese New Year. The dense sweet sauce was good ad laced well over the ingredients and gave the dish an interesting refreshing twist of taste. The slices of salmon were adorable and that was the first thing I was looking for.
Having a bowl of warm soup is a must for me whenever I dine out and we had a double boiled cordycep chicken soup which was brilliant in taste, dense it was. e had a bowl each.
The next chicken dish was braised done over an aluminium foil with Chinese mushroom and fatt choy wrap. The texture of the chicken was soft and tender came fragrantly with shitake and splash with brown sauce. This dish is a sure all time favourite.
The pomfret was lovely, fresh and was given a good precise steaming. The outcome was brilliant. The meat was refreshingly sweet in taste, smooth in texture and the supreme soy was the magic ingredient that was put into play.
I was in love. Yes with the coated fried prawns. Each unshelled prawns was given a great golden browning and came with a fabulous biting crunch and with the present of mayonnaise, the dish went on knocking out my palate with great amuse. The gallop of honey drew was so refreshing and added a nice touch to this dish.
The braised top shell sea cucumber with dry oyster and fatt choy came next. I got to confess that I got attracted to the top shell as it was tenderly succulent and so was my favourite sea cucumber. I just love the jelly-ing texture that always manage to fool my tasting palate. Nice dish.
The last savoury dish came was always the high carbo dish, the rice dish. That night we had fried rice in lotus leaf with waxed duck and liver sausages and once again it I was caught in another complication relationship, high carbo vs my favourite liver sausages. Well without any hesistation I grab myself a bowl and went munching those brilliant and fragrant fried rice that came with my favourite liver sausage. I got to say it was irresistible.
To round the night we had fried ninko and rabbit bun as the dessert. The ninko or New Year Cake was loely and the rabbit buns were very appealing with the rest. That night it was a fabulous dinner experience at Ming Palace and I will be back for another good makan session this Chinese New Year.
50450 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur