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Chinese New Year at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant Park Royal Kuala Lumpur

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B Fruit Loh Sang
Fruit Loh Sang

I just love the arrival of the Chinese New Year festival as it is the time that I get to taste delicious delicates specially for the festive. My first Chinese New Year feast was at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant and we firstly embarked with with toasting the Loh Sang. Here at Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant we graced the night with a tremendous delicious fruit Loh Sang. The dish itself was so colourful and so easily spotted. It had a variety of finely sliced fruits such as dragon fruit, jambu, melon, carrot, pickled ginger, onion, daikon and many more to name on the list. The platter was accompanied with five spice powder, crackers and a delicious homemade sweet sauce to complete the whole recipe. We went toasting and shouted loudly to welcome the new year in hoping to bring us luck, prosperity and joy ! Got to say every bite into the Loh Sang was such a treat and defintely suited well for any one especially those who are vegeterian.

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Restaurant East of Highway at Seri Kembangan

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Restaurant East of Highway

Food always get people connected, it connects people and this time I get to lunch with some old frends and make a few new ones over a fabulous lunch at the East of Highway. It was a banquet lunch in a private dining room with a feast of treats. The line up for that noon was clearly a well crafted meal, every dish was perfectly assembled and executed. The smooth Merlot was lingering over our thirst with such an ease, I had countless helpings.

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Chinese New Year Celebration Grand Imperial One Utama

Yee Sang
Yee Sang at Grand Imperial Restaurant

This year 2011, I had yet another awesome Chinese New Year celebration with awesome spectecular “Yee Sang” ( I always call this dish the Chinese New Year Salad Toss). We meet at Grand Imperial Restaurant at One Utama and we started off with the amazing delicious Sliced Smoked Breast Duck Yee Sang.

Smoked Duck Breast
Slices of Smoked Duck Breast

This Sliced Smoked Breast Duck Yee Sang was truly unique, something very delightful and interesting. It infused the whole Yee Sang dish with strong bursting flavours. I liked it as it was something new with a twist of western influence. I truly recommend this if you are dining here this Chinese New Year.

Lou Sang
Chopsticking into The Yee Sang

It was an awesome evening as I got to tossed the Yee Sang with the Chief Chef Lwee Fook Woh himself, Irene and friends.

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Spring Festival Celebration at Grand Dorsett Subang

Grand Dorset Subang Toasting Yee Sang
Toasting Yee Sang at Grand Dorset Subang

This is awesome as I started my “Lou Sang” really early. It was fabulous indeed! Lovely texture, taste and what’s more, a joyful company.

This year lunar New Year or we called it the Spring Festival falls on 3rd February 2011 and I get to try a spendid repertoire of fabulous fare at The Emperor, Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel. While I was there I managed to glance through their auspicious special Lunar New Year menu ranging from light mouthwatering Steamed Scallop Roll with Black Bean Sauce, Dried Scallop Siew Mai for Dim Sum to delectable Abalone Bamboo Pith Roll with Sea Cucumber and Stewed Supreme Dried Seafood Platter.

Grand Dorset Subang Yee Sang
Four Seasons Prosperity “Yee Sang” (Butter Fish, Salmon, Tuna & Jelly Fish)

Every Lunar New Year celebration would not be complete without the tradisional toss of prosperity. Gather the clan and every close friends together is a must and “Lou Hei” to a year filled with health, wealth and prosperity with a refreshing presentation of Yee Sang. This is what I did on that day! “Lou Sang” We had Four Seasons Prosperity “Yee Sang” which came with Butter Fish, Salmon, Tuna & Jelly Fish. Truly Auspicious!

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