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The New Kim Ma Palace of The Golden Horses MINES

Kim Ma Palace of The golden Horses Chef Roy Wong
Kim Ma’s Masterchef Roy Wong

I adore his creation and his foresight towards his modern Chinese cuisine. His creation always amazed me and yet at anytime he can just pull out surprises especially when I was dining at his chef’s table. Executive Chinese Chef Roy Wong is definitely one of the BEST Chinese chef in town that accommodate with a fabulous modern twist and still preserve the taste and flavour. He definitely belts with the great fabulous cooking technic that makes his creation unique. The New Kim Ma came with a whole remake over that caught my awesome liking attention and having the present of Chef Roy Wong’s creation, I am sure one will experience the ultimate dining experience from sight, smell and taste. Definitely a bomb of goodness waiting to be discovered.

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Ee Chinese Cuisine Eastin Hotel PJ “Sou Gong” & Chinese New Year Feast

Ee Chinese Cuisine Eastin Hotel PJ
Ee Chinese Cuisine Eastin Hotel PJ’s Salmon Flowers “Yee Sang”

Having to step into this restaurant is where all my daily worries just vanishes by itself . . . . . . . EE Chinese Cuisine Eastin PJ is one of my top rated Chinese restaurant in town which never fails to delivery refined cuisine. The work of craftmanship from Executive Chinese Chef Yong Kam Wah is just superb and I personally like his way of going beyong the boundary in creating his food. Therefore this Chinese New Year, EE Chinese Cuisine will be gearing up a sumptous spread of luscious dishes and I was there recently to taste them. Every dishes I tasted was perfectly prepared and superbly delicious.

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Chinese New Year Dinner at West Lake Garden Chinese Restaurant Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa

West Lake Garden Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa
Chinese Chef Chai Kam Loi at West Lake Garden Chineses Restaurant

Chinese New Year glows with prosperity and abundance at Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa’s West Lake Garden Chinese Restaurant from this 6 January to 14 February 2014. Chinese Chef Chai Kam Loi (Chef Roy) and West Lake Gardenvery stand Chinese Restaurant’s culinary brigade are serving a range of festive dishes rich in symbolism and tradition befitting the Year of the Horse. The highlights are four (4) auspicious set menus and six (6) delectable Yee Sang specials, will be available for lunch and dinner throughout the festivities and I was there to try out some of the them and it was spectecular delicious.

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AN UP CLOSE DINING ADVENTURE WITH SAM LEONG AND WONG LIAN YOU

Sam Leong

Come and experience a culinary sensation this January 2013 at Tao Chinese Cuisine with Celebrity Chef Sam Leong…

Come, discover and experience a truly unforgettable dining adventure that will see celebrity chef Sam Leong, the Master of Chinese Modern Cuisine and Tao’s Chinese Chef, Wong Lian You combine their culinary ingenuity and gastronomical efforts to present a contemporary Chinese set menu, artistically presented to leave a lasting sensorial impression.

Dine with us and you may walk away with an exclusive Rafflesia Pearl Necklace worth RM5,000.00.

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ONLY RM1 Signature Dim Sum at Di Wei Restaurant Empire Hotel

Di Wei
Di Wei Chinese Cuisine Restaurant @ Empire Hotel, Subang Jaya
Last week had been a very hectic and busy for us. Now I am lucky to be back looking so new and staring vigorously at my blog and sounds so alienated. But foremost I am so happy to be back putting my thoughts here once again as I got so many things to write about, yes a lot of pending posts. read more »

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.

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Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur

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I had been here before as I can recall it was a business dinner and the food was really impressive. The Si Chuan Doi Hua Restaurant is located at PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur is the third outlet of the Si Chuan Dou Hua chain of restaurant opened in 2003. The first one opened in Singapore at PARKROYAL on Beach Road in 1966 followed by the second branch at the panoramic 60th floor of UOB Plaza Singapore in 2002.

The other night I dropped by the restaurant with friends to taste the eight (8) course banquet dinner. I just admired the interior of this simple and yet elegant restaurant. It was very smartly organised with glass penaling making the restaurant look bigger with true comfort. Modern comfort dining chairs and tables were well in place while the ceiling can with hooked bright red cloth lantents. It was truly a beautiful decorated restaurant and admiring those displayed creamic plates and vases was what I did. Great pieces of collection

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The Amazing Tea Server

We were uniquely served with the restaurant’s signature tea. My jaw was wide opened when observing the tea server. The tea server had years of training, combining skills of Chinese Martial Arts, Dance and Gymnastics to perform elegant tea-pouring moves from a metre-long nose bronze kettle. I was told that the tea server had a degree in the art of tea pouring. It was truly a memorable dining experience. Everyone was excited upon every tea pouring. Just love Si Chuan Dou Hua

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The Restaurant’s Signature Eight Treasure Tea

The Chinese tea served by the tea server was the Eight Treasure Tea which contained Wolfberries, Red Dates, Chrysanthemum, Rock Sugar, Jasmine, Dried Longan, Billy Bob and Winter Oats. I was informed that it helps to cool down the body while able to flush out the oil in the oily food away from our internal system. The Chinese believes it has the healing effect to the body too. The Eight Treasure Tea from Si Chuan Dou Hua is at RM55++ that comes in a set box of 8 boxes.

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Chef at Work CHEF BONG JUN CHOI Mandarin Oriental Part 1

Lai Po Heen Chef Bong Jun Choi

It had been awesome and I had make up my mind to start featuring a series of cooking posting of many great Master Chefs in Kuala Lumpur. For the first posting I would love to share the secrets from Master Chef Bong Jun Choi with you, of course with the consent of the chef himself. Master Chef Bong Jun Choi is a very well known chinese chef in Kuala Lumpur and had trained many fantastic chefs. Currently he is attached with the award winning Chinese restaurant Lai Po Heen at The Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur. As we are going to celebrate the Chinese New Year, Chef Bong himself had created a few delicious recipes for us. In part 1 we will learn on how to create Steamed Chicken and Abalone Bao & Hand Rolled Aromatic Duck.

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Monk Jumps Over The Wall at West Lake Garden- Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa

Monk Jumps Over The Wall at West Lake Garden Sunway

I had just been informed earlier that West Lake Garden Chinese Restaurant at Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa reignites the gastronomic charm of Fujian province in China, with the hearty and nourishing concoction of Monk Jumps Over The Wall and will be making its appearance daily on the menu for lunch and dinner from this 1st to 14th August 2009. I will definitely be the first one jumping over the wall and how could I not!

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"Lat Chi Kai" Dried Chilly Chicken

Got to say that Chef Steven’s “Lat Chi Kai” is one of the most delicious shanghainese chicken dish in town. I had tried a few such as those at Jalan Ah Loy cooked by a chinese chef from China, verdict not too bad but still not that tasty. I had tried Dragon-I, verdict, great but too many dried chillies, tried De Hunan’s at Khucai Lama, verdict, the chicken pieces are too small and hard (deep fried to long I guess).

This “Lat Chi Kai” consists of small cut of chicken meat and deep fried and a quick stir fried with dried chillies, whole garlic and ginger. Oh I got to say it is lovely and it can be eaten by itself, rice or with the company of a few pint of beer, a truely discovery of shanghainese dish.

If you are at Chef Steven Cheng’s restaurant, do not miss this lovely dish. It is one of my favourite dish where I truely recommend this to you to try.

Yours Sunny Yaw

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