Tag Archives: Seasonal Vegetable

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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Chinese New Year Celebration Grand Palace Pavilion

Chinese New Year Grand Palace

An invitation was on my doorstep, and being invited for a lunar New Year lunch was exciting and therefore an invitation that was had to resist. I was summoned to be at the Grand Palace Restaurant at Pavilion KL. This is one of the latest restaurant operated under the Palace Group. A very well decorated restaurant and when i was there, most of it’s tables were full with guests and that tells me, this restaurant going to be a great exploration of good food and I was the lucky one! :)

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"Jiao Bai Sun" with XO sauce

“Jiao Bai Sun” or “Kao Pak Sung” is a very interesting type of vegetable and it is an imported seasonal vegetable from china. It looks like bamboo shoots but they are not. I was told that this vegetable grows on water. It has a very unique taste, I would say it taste a mild bitter like petai, really unique.


I have them cut into pieces and pan fried them with XO sauce…. a very unique dish.

From Steven Cheng

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