There is no other and better way to start a reunion or Chinese New Year meal than this colourful symbolic platter.
This well-loved and cannot-go-wrong dish is synonymous with auspicious qualities.
It consists of seven symbolic shredded vegetables like leek, cucumber, papaya, white ginger, red ginger, carrot, radish and eight staple condiments such as pok chui crackers, peanuts, sesame seeds, sweet plum sauce, oil, pepper, five-spice powder and lime with the preferred choice of topping.
The higher you toss the ingredients while shouting loh hey, the greater your fortunes will be for the coming year.
Tangy and zesty, this premium Chinese salad is available for dine-in or take-away with the following prices – Yee Sang with Salmon and Crystal Pear at RM188 nett per full portion; Yee Sang with Crispy White Bait and Salmon Skin with Crystal Pear at RM188 nett per full portion; Fruits Yee Sang with Chef’s Signature Sauce at RM188 nett per full portion; Yee Sang with Alaskan Scallop, Black Truffle Paste and Crystal Pear at RM288 nett per full portion; and Yee Sang with Lobster, Abalone and Crystal Pear at RM288 nett per full portion.
Zuan Yuan remains open on the eve of Lunar New Year and throughout the festive season.
For reservations or enquiries on the Chinese New Year set menus, call 03-7681 1159 or email email@example.com.
The restaurant’s business hours from Monday to Friday are noon to 2.30pm for lunch and 6.30pm to 10.30pm for dinner. For Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, lunch is from 10am to 2.30pm while dinner is 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
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