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Hotel offers scrumptious food for familial Chinese New Year gatherings

KUANTAN: Glorious food and family reunions are among the values that the Chinese community holds dearly from generation to generation.

Dim Sum chef Leong Kok Meng (left) and Chinese chef Law Heng Weng with some of their specialities for the coming festive season.

The magic of love

Treat your loved ones to a special meal in the city.

Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel.

Love story to remember

WHILE considering one’s options for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner with that special someone, read about what MU Hotel has to offer with its Valentine’s Day Love Story.

A Valentine’s Day Love Story three-course meal of soup, grilled lamb or chicken and chocolate cake with strawberries.

Sky-high setting for romance and reunions

TAKE your Valentine's Day and Chinese New Year celebrations to greater heights at Three Sixty Revolving Restaurant and Skybar in Penang.

The 6 Spice Marinated BBQ Chicken is a house specialty.

Yee sang with extra crunch

ONE of the highlights of Chinese New Year Eve reunion dinners in Malaysia is the yee sang toss, and Sunway Resort Hotel and Spa seems to have taken their unique yee sang to the next level this year.

The Resort Cafes new Chinese head chef Thong Ching Sam showing some of the desserts and other goodies that will be available as part of the buffet during the Chinese New Year period. — Photos: MUHAMAD SHAHRIL ROSLI/The Star

Romantic dinner with a view

WHEN it comes to romance, setting the mood is important for a memorable night out.

Sous Vide Lamb Rack or M7 Wagyu Beef Cheek. — Photos by IZZRAFIQ ALIAS/ The Star

Symbolic dishes for a good start

ON THE eve of Chinese New Year, the reunion meal is one of the highlights of the festivities.

Lexis Hibiscus Chinese chef Ngoi Chee Hong with some of the hotels CNY buffet dinner offerings.

Tasty Punjabi fare at Pearl Point

Serving affordably priced and tasty food is the sure way that Punjabi Cha Wala has been winning over customers.

Avina (left) and Kuljit are connected to each other as neighbours and share a love for cooking. —Photos: P. NATHAN/The Star

Restaurant chain to open its tenth branch in Genting Highlands

THIS year’s April Fool is no joke for the Grand Imperial Group as the day will see a new addition to its chain of restaurants.

(From left) Grand Imperial Restaurant (Genting Highlands) restaurant manager Joyce Chin, Grand Imperial Group deputy executive chef Kenneth Chai, business development manager Maggie Chow, Cheung, Double Win Group representative Brian Khor, Grand Imperial Seafood Hotpot and BBQ shareholder Ben Loh, Double Win Group representative Andy Teh and Genting Malaysia Bhd retail and tenancy vice-president Angela Hoe Cheng Heng.

Bowled over by claypot rice with waxed meat

IT IS that time of the year again, where tossing yee sang becomes customary.

Braised abalone limpet, sea cucumber and dried oyster with garden greens.