Culinary Treasures Chinese New Year Set Menu @ Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur
A couple more Chinese New Year prosperous meals to go. This time around, I was at Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur to savour their specially curated Culinary Treasures Set Menus, delightful Dim Sum A La Carte Menu and auspicious Prosperity Toss “Yee Sang” selections by Executive Chinese Chef Wong Lian You and team which will run from 2nd January till 12 February 2017.
|Culinary Treasures CNY Set Menu @ Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur|
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
165, Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2782 6000
Fax: 03-2161 1122
Exclusive for this celebratory season, guests will be rewarded with complimentary cash vouchers worth up to RM200 nett for purchase of any Chinese New Year Set Menus.
|Chef’s new creation of Hokkaido Scallop, North Canadian Lobster Claw with Passion Fruit Sauce “Yee Sang”|
As part of the Lunar New Year tradition, a prosperity toss or fondly called ‘lo hei’ is a must. Infused with fresh ingredients created by award winning Executive Chinese Chef Wong Lian You, an assortment of “Yee Sang” are available for dine-in or take away with options of half or a full set starting from RM88 nett. The celebration is abound with great affluence with the Chef’s new creation of Hokkaido Scallop, North Canadian Lobster Claw with Passion Fruit Sauce “Yee Sang”.
|Deep Fried Stuffed Chicken Skin with Mango Mayonnaise|
|Double Boiled Black Garlic and Sea Treasures Soup|
The festive dining experience is enlivened by specially designed set menus available exclusively during this festive period. Especially for family gatherings, diners are sure to enjoy a feast consisting premium ingredients with contemporary presentation with set menus starting from RM 1, 988 nett for ten persons.
|Wok Fried Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk, Fresh Curry Leaves and Chili|
|Steamed King Tiger Garoupa with Cordycep Flower, Red Date and Ginger|
For the yee sang, instead of using only the usual plum sauce, Chef Wong has added passion fruit sauce because of its sweet smelling fragrance that will simply enhance the flavours. For salmon lovers, the Fresh Atlantic Salmon “Yee Sang” is back by popular demand and is definitely a savour not to be missed. For those with an adventurous palate, there is the creatively presented Soft Shell Crab with Wasabi Sauce “Yee Sang”.
|Stewed Abalone with Sea Cucumbers and Duo Coloured Dumplings|
|Steamed Glutinous Rice with Preserved Duck Leg, Salted Egg Yolk and Dried Oyster|
What we had that evening was Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur Fortune Set which costs RM2388 nett per table of 10 persons. It was indeed a luxurious affair, one which I truly enjoyed especially the Steamed King Tiger Garoupa and the Wok Fried Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk.
Fortune CNY Set Menu (RM2388 nett per table of 10 persons)
- Hokkaido Scallop, North Canadian Lobster Claw with Passion Fruit Sauce Yee Sang
- Double Boiled Black Garlic and Sea Treasures Soup
- Deep Fried Stuffed Chicken Skin with Mango Mayonnaise
- Steamed King Tiger Garoupa with Cordycep Flower, Red Date and Ginger
- Wok Fried Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk, Fresh Curry Leaves and Chili
- Stewed Abalone with Sea Cucumbers and Duo Coloured Dumplings
- Steamed Glutinous Rice with Preserved Duck Leg, Salted Egg Yolk and Dried Oyster
- Deep Fried Sweet Potato "Ninko" served with Chilled Aloe Vera, Peach and Osmanthus Oolong Tea Syrup
|Deep Fried Sweet Potato "Ninko"|
|Chilled Aloe Vera, Peach and Osmanthus Oolong Tea Syrup|
Celebrate the company of rich conversations with friends and family with a delicate oriental lunch treat. For a different dining experience, gather family and friends for a dim sum lunch. The delightful morsels are created by Tao’s Dim Sum Masterchef, Lo Tian Sion. Dim Sum A La Carte Menu starts from RM18 nett per basket.
Chinese New Year is indeed a time for family, friends, shared meals and cultural displays. The hotel lobby and restaurants are decorated in auspicious tones with red flowers, pink plum blossoms and laden kumquat trees. On 6 February, a traditional lion dance performance will be on show at 10:00am at the lobby of InterContinental Kuala Lumpur for an affluent year of great blessings. The lion dance, accompanied by the music of beating drums, clashing cymbals, and resounding gongs while demonstrating martial arts agility, is a traditional Chinese dance performed on big occasions for good luck as it is believed that the lion is an auspicious animal.
For reservation or more information, call Tao Chinese Cuisine at 03-2782 6000/6128 or email the team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tao Chinese Cuisine is a pork-free restaurant and is open daily.