Toss To Prosperity CNY Menu @ Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

Toss To Prosperity CNY Menu @ Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur


Huat ah! Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant at Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur has always been a great place to dine at. We were there the other evening to sample their Chinese New Year Menu 2018, ushering in the year of dog amidst good heath, and lots of wealth! Check out what we had that evening below. 

Toss To Prosperity CNY Menu @ Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur
Toss To Prosperity CNY Menu @ Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur


Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur
Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 - 2117 4888

Yee Sang with White Fish Bait 


Available from 22nd January - 4th March 2018 at RM88 nett onwards, the customary tossing of the “lou sang” or yee sang is in order. Here we tried their delicious Yee Sang with White Fish Bait, which was good, tossing everything to the roof and back. Of course, you get to choose from the range of delectable yee sang, from soft shell crabs, abalone, smoked duck, and many more. 

Yee Sang with White Fish Bait
Yee Sang with White Fish Bait  
Good Stuff, the white fish bait
Good Stuff, the white fish bait

Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce


Up next we had the Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce, served in sumptuous plating of prawns in rich sweet and spicy sauce. Not bad at all, the prawns were really fresh, going well with the accompanied “man tao” buns at the side. Lovely. 

Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce
Wok-Fried Prawns With Spicy Sauce

Steamed Cat Fish With Minced Ginger


Steamed fish lovers would definitely love the Steamed Cat Fish With Minced Ginger. This is one of my favourite Chinese cuisine dish as well, proven by the deliciously sweet white flesh of fish. “Pak Su Kong” or white catfish was we call it in Chinese, the chef served the fish doused in generous amounts of minced ginger, steamed to perfection. 

Steamed Cat Fish With Minced Ginger
Steamed Cat Fish With Minced Ginger

Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken With Prawn Crackers


Not a bad dish, in fact one of the staples for CNY menu. It would have been better if the chicken meat had been seasoned better. Nevertheless, served with prawn crackers on the side the Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken is nicely seasoned on the crispy skin. There’s this seasoned salt with 5 spice powder on the side if you want that extra flavour though.

Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken With Prawn Crackers
Roasted 'Pei Pa' Style Crispy Chicken With Prawn Crackers

Stir-Fried Hong Kong Kailan Topped With Enoki Mushrooms


How interesting! I always love a good platter of Stir Fried Hong Kong Kailan, but when its topped with these crispy fresh Enoki Mushrooms, everything tastes so much better! Deep fried to perfection, the Enoki mushrooms really complemented the vegetables well. 

Stir-Fried Hong Kong Kailan Topped With Enoki Mushrooms
Stir-Fried Hong Kong Kailan Topped With Enoki Mushrooms

Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, Wrapped In Lotus Leaf


Another staple in any CNY menu, we had the Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, wrapped In Lotus Leaf. Flavourful indeed, the fried rice has generous amounts of waxed meat thrown into the mix. The lotus leaf used to wrap the fried rice does well to infuse the rice with even more flavours and fragrance. 

Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, Wrapped In Lotus Leaf
Fried Rice With Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat, Wrapped In Lotus Leaf  

Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut Nian Gao


Perfect dessert to end a nice CNY meal, we had these sweet Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut, complete with the traditional “Nian Gao” dessert on the side. 

Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut Nian Gao
Double-Boiled White Fungus With Longan & Sea Coconut Nian Gao

In fact, special that night, Dim Sum Chef There Yoon Kong brought out these cute miniature mandarin orange dessert which were actually crafted white chocolate filled with even sweeter stuff in the middle. Love it!. Don’t forget to check out the CNY promotions below. 

Special sweet dessert
Special sweet dessert 

Lai Ching Yuen Chinese New Year Promotions


Timeless Reunion Dinners
22nd January to 4th March 2018
From 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Priced at RM 1,988.00 onwards per table of 10

Timeless Reunion Dinners
Timeless Reunion Dinners

Luxurious Festive Hampers
Convey wishes of good fortune and abundance to family, friends and business associates with a basket of luxurious festive treats that includes razor clams, dried ginseng root, golden fortune cookies, Taittinger Brut Reserve champagne, complimentary stay voucher, complimentary Millennium classic dining card membership and more. 
Priced at RM 588.00 nett onwards
The festive hampers are available from 22nd January to 4th March 2018 From 8:00 am to 12:00 midnight

Lunar New Year Feast
22nd January to 4th March 2018 @ The Mill Cafe
From 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Priced at RM 128.00 nett per person, Saturday RM 168.00 nett per person

For reservations or enquiries, do call them at +60 3 2117 4163 or email mill@millenniumhotels.com


2 comments :

  1. What waxed meat do they have in the fried rice? Duck?

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    1. Suituapui,
      they are non-halal, its a mix of pork, and others.. not exactly sure, but it's pretty tasty.

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