Celebrate a galloping start to the Year of the Horse with our guide to Chinese New Dinner 2014. Our lists of restaurants are perfect for your festive celebrations and indulgences with family, loved ones, friends or colleagues. Ring in the new year of the Horse with a pampering feast. Gong Xi Fatt Chai!!
Presint 1, 62000 Putrajaya, Wilayah Persekutuan Putrajaya, Malaysia
Chef Shen Yi from China has created oriental delicacies that will delight the taste buds of diners ushering in the Year of the Horse.
Diners can toss to abundance, success and vitality with three varieties of freshly prepared Yee Sang until 8 February. There is a choice of Vegetarian, Abalone or Salmon Yee Sang starting from RM58++ or RM88++ per 5 or 10 persons respectively.
Be prepared to be wow-ed by their various dishes including Braised Pumpkin Soup with Scallops and Sea Moss, Crispy Golden Roasted Chicken with Plum Sauce, followed by a succulent Steamed Sea Bass seasoned with Ginger and Soy Sauce.
The Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner is priced at RM938++ for a table of 10 persons and comes with free flow of Chinese tea and a complimentary bottle of red or white wine.
Prior reservations are essential for both the Yee Sang and the Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner.
Lot C4-06-01, Level 4, Connection Pavilion KL Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Chakri’s famous Thai Yee Sang is back! Toss to prosperity with either a choice of an original or Thai Spicy Yee Sang Sauce.
Their specially created Chinese New Year set menu by their award winning Chef starts from RM438++ for 4 persons and features their famous dishes such as Thai Style Kung Pao Chicken with Sea Asparagus, Steamed Seabass with Lime and Chilli Sauce and Roast Duck Salad.
Diners are in for a 15% discount for any online purchases made on the Chakri website before 30 January 2014.
Unit PG-D & PG-E Level Podium, Ground Floor, The Plaza @ Jaya33, No 1 Jalan Semangat, 46100 Petaling Jaya
Nestled in a cozy ambiance, D’Cuisine is perfect for those big family dinners as well as friend's gathering. Their menu is a good blend of Eastern dishes with a Western flair.
Enjoy a prosperous and joyous reunion lunch or dinner starting from RM588++ for 6 persons. Fall in love with their scrumptious Fried Scallop and Choy Sum with Black Bean Sauce and Sang Har Meen (Giant River Prawn Noodles).
Every D’Cuisine set is also accompanied by their specialty Yee Sang. Depending on the set, be delighted with the Salmon Yee Sang either accompanied by Smoked Duck, Abalone Slices or Soft Shell Crab.
The Oriental Group name is synonymous with good quality and consistently good Chinese food. Having several restaurants under its arm, they have got the formula right by serving good traditional Chinese cuisine at its best.
This year, The Oriental Group of Restaurants introduces two new Yee Sang selections – Spider Crab Meat Traditional Yee Sang and Grilled Salmon Belly & White Truffle Vegetables Yee Sang.
For something special to ring in 2014, The Oriental Group is introducing two new dishes, the Braised Whole South African Superior Dried Abalone and Double-Boiled Bird’s Nest Soup /Double-Boiled Bird’s Nest Soup in Coconut. They don’t come cheap at RM498++ and RM68++ per person respectively but it is sure worth savouring every single bite.
9, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, 50250
Nestled in the hilltop with a beautiful and tranquil setting Tamarind Hills has all the ingredients for a great romantic night but you will be surprised that it is also a perfect place to take your loved ones for a Chinese New Year celebration.
Chef Sombat brings some special highlights this Lunar year with dishes such as Deep Fried Garoupa with Honey and Ebiko Wasabi Aioli and tantalizing dessert to finish off. We’re dying to tuck into their Baked Sesame Chocolate Candy with Soya Milk Flakes.
Of course, what is New Year without Yee Sang? Tamarind Hill’s Yee Sang served with fresh Salmon starts from RM68++ onwards and is available until 13th February 2014.