With the Chinese New Year just weeks away, have you planned your celebrations ahead? Food is on the main agenda, as with most festivities in Malaysia and I know of people who book their Chinese New Year meals months in advance.
To usher in the Year of the Dog, at Dynasty Restaurant, Executive Sous Chef Kok Chee Kin and his team have come up with several festive menus featuring fine Cantonese dishes. Besides the set menus, there are also festive Dim Sum selections, “Poon Choi” (Treasure Pots) and of course,Yee Sang to ensure the Year of the Dog brings in much abundance.
There are 3 festive CNY Set Menus – the Happiness Set (RM1,788 nett), Fortune Set (RM2,188 nett) and Longevity Set (RM3,388 nett) per table of 10 persons. Sets for smaller groups of diners are also available, for example the 6-course and 7-course Double Delight menus for 2 pax at RM378 nett and RM578 nett respectively.
Something to look forward to in every Chinese New Year meal is the Yee Sang. Besides being included in the set menus, they can be ordered as a la carte items. There are 3 Deluxe Yee Sang available – Salmon, Fruity Fiesta and Jellyfish, ranging from RM118 nett (half portion) to RM368 nett (full portion).
To give you an idea on what to expect, we sampled the Happiness Set Menu recently and here’s what in store for you at Dynasty Restaurant during the upcoming CNY celebrations, available until 2 March 2018…
Salmon Yee Sang
Braised 5 Treasures Soup with Crabmeat & Sliced Abalone
Crispy Almond Chicken
Steamed Live Sea Garouper
Saute’ed Golden Prawns in Pumpkin Cream
Braised Sun-dried Oysters, Fatt Choy, Mushrooms & Vegetables
Golden Supreme Seafood Fried Rice with XO Sauce
Dynasty’s Fortune Pastries – “Nian Gao” in 2 ways: deepfried with sweet potatoes and rolled in coconuts
Check out their Poon Choi as well…
For restaurant reservation, please call 03-2771-6692 or email email@example.com
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail
& Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Open daily from 12.00noon till 2.30pm & from 6.30pm till 10.30pm.
Dim Sum breakfast is served from 9.00am till 2.30pm on Sunday and from 10.30am till 2.30pm on Public Holidays
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