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CNY Menu@ Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel, KL.


Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant at the Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur have come up with a Spring Reunion Feast to savour a buffet of culinary delights for the auspicious Year of Goat.

One of the core highlights of Chinese New Year would be “Reunion”. Thus, Tai Zi Heen are ready to offer this festive spring reunion “Tuan Yuan” (团圆) great helpings of togetherness, happiness, prosperity and good health with Chef Michael Wong’s 9-course auspicious set menus and of course the not-to-be-missed prosperity Yee Sang.

Four Seasons Prosperity Yee Sang

(Butterfish, Salmon, Tuna, Jellyfish)

In celebration of the Chinese lunar calendar’s most important festival, Chinese New Year, numerous dishes from different origins are savoured. Yee Sang is one such traditional dish. It is symbolic of good luck, prosperity, health and all things auspicious.

The festive menu will begin with the tossing of the Yee Sang, the Chinese New Year must-have prosperity salad. A variety of ingredient options are available including the signature Four Seasons Prosperity Yee Sang (butterfish, salmon, tuna and jellyfish), Abalone, Hamachi, Canadian Surf Clam, Salmon or Snow Pear. (Available for take-away )

Double-boiled Chicken Broth with Whole Abalone, Dried Scallops, Bamboo Pith and Vegetables 鲍鱼竹笙菜胆炖湯

Clear broth with delighting umami taste. 
Love the mini abalone as it was very well cooked without being too hard to chew on.

Braised Japanese Sun-Dried Shiitake Mushrooms with Dried Oysters and Fatt Choy 花菇蚝士发菜

Think gravy packed of flavours from the shiitake mushroom. 
My favourite ingredient will be the Fatt Choy at the center of this dish because it is able to act like a 'sponge' to soak up as much gravy as could. 
Mouth-watering dish to eat on its own.

Baked Salmon Fillets with Honey and Onion Rings 蜜汁烤三文鱼

A 'westernised' dish for Chinese New Year. The Salmon wasn't  oily at all because it was baked instead of pan-frying. I love the sweet honey sauce coated around it too, very appetising. 

Wok-fried Rice with Diced Lobster, Tobiko and Bonito Flakes 龙虾魚子炒飯

Joy is....when you could feel the tobiko and bouncy lobster dancing inside your mouth!


Crispy Deep-fried Sesame Balls with Salted Egg Yolk Custard and Durian Mochi 流沙芝麻棗拼榴櫣麽芝

I couldn't forget how both of these dessert made me felt. 
There's a saying 'a moment on the lips, forever on the hips', but both of these calorific bomb are so worthy of the calories. 

Crispy on the outside, warm and semi-molten salted egg custard on the inside; On the other hand, if you prefer a refreshing and cold dessert, try their durian mochi. It was exceptionally supple yet chewy at the same time, encase with intensively rich durian paste. Both were deeply addictive. *Thumbs up*

These food below are just some of their signature dishes from their Set Menu as well as from their ala carte selection.

“Tuan Yuan” feast will begin from 26 January to 5 March 2015.

The Chinese New Year set menus are priced at:

RM1488++ for the Spring and Happiness set menu
RM1888++ for the Everlasting Prosperity set menu
RM2188++ for the Wealth and Fortune set menu

For a table of 10 persons for each set and prices are subject to service charge and prevailing government taxes.

Tai Zi Heen will be opened during Lunar New Year’s Eve and throughout the 15 days of the festival.

from 12:00noon to 2:30pm for lunch (Mondays to Fridays), 
11:30am to 2:30pm for lunch (Saturdays and Sundays) and 
6:30pm to 10:30pm for dinner (Mondays to Sundays).

Reservations are highly recommended for the Chinese New Year promotions especially for Reunion Dinners.


Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant
Prince Hotel & Residence

Jalan Conlay,
50450 Kuala Lumpur,

+603 2170 8888 extension 8200


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