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Monday January 13, 2014 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Monday January 13, 2014 MYT 4:11:26 PM
by elween loke
IMPIANA Hotel Ipoh is offering a variety of scrumptious set dinners in conjunction with Chinese New Year.
Start off the dinner at the hotel’s coffee house with Prosperity Yee Sang that is served with salmon slices drenched in sweet and sour sauces, followed by a soup that is luxuriated with braised dried scallop and fish lips.
Diners can taste the goodness of Sesame Roast Chicken, which has a crispy roasted skin that blends perfectly well with its succulent meat.
Besides savouring the Fried Prawns with Salted Eggs, seafood lovers can also indulge in Chinese Steamed Silver Pomfret. The flesh of the fish literally melted in the mouth, as it had a smooth and silky texture.
Do not miss out on the palate-pleasing Braised Mushrooms with Pacific Clams, Broccoli and Fatt Choi, as well as Prosperity Noodles that are garnished with colourful vegetable slices.
Leave some room for the Honey Dew Sago and Shanghai Pancake, as these desserts were hard to resist.
Altogether there are three sets of eight-course Chinese dinner for the family reunion, which range from RM688 to RM888, available until Feb 14.
The pre-Chinese New Year dinner promotions, which runs until Jan 26, are priced between RM488 and RM688.
Families that prefer a more relaxing gathering can opt for the Chinese New Year’s Eve Reunion BBQ Dinner, which is priced at RM78nett per adult and RM39nett per child (aged between six and 12 years).
The hotel will also host a lion and dragon dances, Chinese orchestra performances and the tossing of a giant yee sang at 10am on Feb 2.
For details and reservations, call 05-255 5555 ext 8009.
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Lifestyle, Family & Community, Impiana Hotel Ipoh, Family reunion, Chinese New Year
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