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    Toh Yuen wishes its diners a year of blooming abundance with three authentic Chinese nine-course set menus. Yee sang is included in each menu, as well as mouth-watering offerings like steamed orange roughy fish, braised oriental style duck and deep-fried tiger prawns.WHERE Hilton Petaling Jaya WHEN 12pm-2.30pm, 7pm-10.30pm (8 Jan-28…

    Indulge in one of the three set menus, namely Noble, Courageous and Affluent to usher in Chinese New Year. Each menu offers lavish seafood dishes and classics like steamed king tiger grouper, prawns with salted egg yolk, steamed glutinous rice and braised herbal duck.WHERE InterContinental Kuala Lumpur WHEN 7 Jan-19…

    Chef Wong Lian You of Tao Chinese Cuisine puts a twist to yee sang, incorporating alternative ingredients for interesting textures and flavours. His signatures for Chinese New Year this year are the sea cucumber and soft shell crab with wasabi sauce yee sang.WHERE InterContinental Kuala Lumpur WHEN 7 Jan-19 Feb…

    Have an unforgettable reunion dinner with loved ones at Lai Ching Yuen with an enticing Cantonese set lunch or dinner. Modern tastes are incorporated into classic dishes from the three menus, such as Hong Kong style roasted pi pa duck, double-boiled fish maw soup and barbecued whole suckling pig. WHERE…

    Chinese New Year wouldn’t be complete without the tossing of yee sang. Chef Tan of Five Sen5es has prepared a variety of yee sang for diners to choose from, served with high quality ingredients like Norwegian fresh salmon and baby abalone with jelly fish. WHERE The Westin Kuala Lumpur WHEN…

    Not forgetting one of the most important dishes during Chinese New Year, Sino Scene offers three different yee sang for diners to choose from. With Roselle as the base, the Fortune Yee Sang can be served with salmon, Japanese scallop or abalone. WHERE Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Kuala Lumpur WHEN…

    Take a pick from Sino Scene’s Fortune Flourish, Blooming Prosperity and Auspicious Treasures Chinese New Year reunion dinner sets for a sumptuous meal with loved ones. Be delighted with traditional dishes like steamed Sabah pomfret, braised sea cucumber with dried scallops and stewed jade abalone. WHERE Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences…

    It’s a Japanese food galore at Still Waters every Saturday as the buffet spread offers diners 68 types of dishes to choose from. Savour in the signatures like thyme miso, unagi kabayaki and sashimi moriawase whilst seated indoors with relaxing sounds from the restaurant’s indoor fountain. WHERE Hotel Maya Kuala…

    Usher in Chinese New Year with an exquisite Cantonese meal at Five Sen5es. Each of the three set menus available come with a bottle of wine and offers festive dishes such as double-boiled chicken consommé, deep-fried scallops and steamed sliced giant grouper with black fungus and luffa melon. WHERE The…

    Layered generously with a variety of ingredients, Dynasty’s Prosperity Treasure Pot is an impressive centrepiece to have at a reunion dinner. The more premium Golden Prosperity Abalone Treasure Pot includes top-grade ingredients like whole Hokkaido scallops, whole abalone and stuffed dried oyster. WHERE Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel WHEN 21 Jan-19…