Sumptuous CNY sets, poon choy for auspicious start to Year of the Dragon


Celebrate the Lunar New Year with a heartwarming meal at Xin Cuisine in Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

CELEBRATE the Year of the Dragon with grandeur in an unforgettable celebration at Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant at Concorde Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

Enjoy a sumptuous feast that transcends the ordinary, available until Feb 24.

The joy of the Lunar New Year is incomplete without the tossing of yee sang.

Options include Mixed Fresh Fruit Yee Sang, Abalone Yee Sang, Soft Shell Crab Yee Sang, Salmon Yee Sang and Jellyfish Yee Sang.

Prices range from RM98nett to RM168nett per order, for regular or large portion.

There are three Chinese New Year set menus available – Abundance at RM1,488nett, Fortune at RM1,888nett and Prosperous at RM2,288nett.

Poon choy, a treasure pot brimming with a decadent medley of seafood, meats and vegetables, is available for dine-in and takeaway at RM768nett per order.

Xin Cuisine’s version includes pork knuckle, abalone, dried scallop, dried oyster, sea cucumber, fish maw, prawn, roasted duck and free-range chicken.

Lap mei fan (waxed meat claypot rice), a popular comfort food during this festive season, is available in two options – claypot waxed meat rice or steamed fragrant waxed meat.

Prices range from RM68nett to RM128nett per order in small, medium or large portions.

Chef’s recommended dishes include Signature Braised Pork Ribs, Double-boiled Abalone and Dried Seafood Soup and Deep-fried Nian Gao Sesame Balls and Mini Ingot Osmanthus Jelly.

Prices range from RM16.50nett to RM118nett per order, and come in small, medium or large portions.

Xin Cuisine is closed on the first day of Chinese New Year and would resume business the following day.

For reservations, call 03-2144 8750.

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