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Lunar New Year Celebration at Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur with 38% Discount

Just mentioned my blog name BIG BOYS OVEN when you making table reservations by phone or online to enjoy an additional 38% discount on the feasts!!

Dragon Yee Sang
The Dragon Yee Sang

It had been a great start this 2012 and it seems everything is falling in place at the right time and the right place. Looking out my window through early morning till now at nearly 9am the highway just next to my bedroom seemed to be packed like sarines. Drive safely folks this Chinese New Year.

Talking about food, I had a great time with great company at Dorsett Regency Kuala Lumpur recently. I was there to taste their buffet dishes for this Chinese New Year and it was terrific. There were about 15 of us sharing a huge round table filled with luscious dining ware and golden Chinese New Year decos specially created for that night. We were welcome with a fabulous delicious Prosperity Splash Drink that came with a whole pineapple and it was a delicious drink to grace the night.

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SAGANO Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel MIGF

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SAGANO was my first Japanese restaurant to visit on my MIGF list, a very simple elegant with a home feel flush decorated restaurant, very comfortable indeed. This restaurant is located at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel and with Chef Yastoshi Ito’s Japanese authentic, innovative and meticulously prepared culinary creations to indulge the diners. That night we were there to taste his creation and to be more authentic in culture we decidedd not to pair the festival signature creations with the picked wines but we have them with the in-house selected sake instead. I had been noted for my sharp taste in Japanese food amount my Japanese friend in Kyoto and I just can’t wait to indulge into Chef Yasutoshi Ito’s creations.

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QUINTESSENTIALLY CANTONESE | ATRIUM CAFÉ, Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa

Pyramid Tower Hotel’s Atrium Café presents a perennial favourite in Chinese cuisine.  “Quintessentially Cantonese” takes the spotlight within its daily buffet dinner from 2 to 16 March 2009.

Deriving their cue from the Canton region, Atrium Café’s chefs draw upon a diversity of ingredients which are incorporated into cooking styles that preserve the freshness and natural flavour of the food. Begin the palatable feast with steaming bowls of time-honoured “Old Fire-Cooked Soups” as it is known in Cantonese. The soup owes its name to its cooking style which entails slow-cooking over mild fire for several hours until a deliciously tempting aroma is yielded. A common Cantonese practice to consume soup before a meal, relish four piping hot choices; Double-Boiled “Kok Choi” and Goby Fish Soup with Honey Dates, Double-Boiled Pumpkin Chicken Soup with Dried Oyster and White Fungus, Double-Boiled Winter Melon Chicken Broth with Dried Scallop and Mushroom and Double-Boiled Water Crest Soup with Two Types of Almonds.

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