Hakka heritage comfort dishes on the menu

Some of the Hakka heritage dishes featured this month at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant.

Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant at One World Hotel, Petaling Jaya, is providing their meals to-go — with premium comfort food to tide you through the first phase of the National Recovery Plan.

For this month, executive Chinese chef Tommy Choong Chan Hoo and his team will be highlighting Hakka heritage.

Intensely aromatic and flavourful, all five dishes featured in the menu warm the soul and make for a perfect combination with a steaming bowl of fragrant white rice.

The menu offers Deep-Fried Chicken Wings “Village” Style, Braised Beancurd Puffs stuffed with Minced Chicken and Salted Fish, Stir-Fried Taiwanese Rice Vermicelli with Seafood and “Lei Cha” (Ground Tea) Paste, Braised Sea Cucumber with “Mui Choy” (Preserved Mustard Greens) and Minced Chicken as well as Double-Boiled Village Chicken with Yellow Wine.

Prices range from RM38+ to RM65+ per dish, with the chicken dish priced at RM80+ per half bird and RM160+ per full bird (a one-day advance order is required).

Apart from the above-mentioned dishes, Choong and his team are also presenting special offers such as Awesome Abalone (priced from RM28+ per dish) and Traditional Roast Goose (priced from RM188+ per half bird).

Zuan Yuan also has a list of other options.

The a la carte menu offers dishes priced from RM45+, combo set menu from RM120+ per set of three dishes for three persons and takeaway specials priced at RM15.80+.

For more details or to place order, call 03–7681 1159 or WhatsApp 016-339 0995.

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