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Injecting flair into traditional treats

HAVING only taken up his post last December, Shang Palace executive Chinese chef John Chu had to quickly settle into his role before working on the restaurant’s Chinese New Year menu.

Time-tested offerings for auspicious feasts

CELEBRATE the prosperous Lunar New Year with a traditional Chinese feast in the heart of the city.

The skin of the Roast Pei Pa Duck is crispy while the meat is tender with 
a hint of 

Enhancing reunions with fresh ideas

CHEF Lam Hock Hin continues to take the adventurous path with his culinary concoctions, as he taps into his innovative streak to create this year’s festive delights.

The Prosperity 
set menu kicks off on a high note, featuring Yee Sang with Macadamia Nuts and American Strawberry.

Special menus drawn up for CNY

FOR the Chinese New Year celebrations this year, hotels in the city have come up with menus offering scrumptious meals. From the main course to dessert, the menus are fitting for the occasion.

Showcase of traditional dishes to welcome Year of the Pig

IT IS time once again to get together with those near and dear to welcome Chinese New Year over a shared meal.

Once-a-year feast not to be missed

Berjaya Times Square Hotel, Kuala LumpurCelebrate an “Ongtastic” Year with the hotel’s yee sang promotion.

Guilt-free festive indulgence

MAKING healthy eating choices during the festive season can be a challenge but it is not impossible.

A memorable offering

MELAKA: Hotel Double Tree by Hilton has lined up Lunar New Year buffets to ensure the celebration is not only auspicious, but a memorable one.

Festive fare to tempt the palate

KUANTAN: With Chinese New Year fast approaching, many will be on the lookout for a suitable venue to get together for a family feast.

Hitting the right spicy and sour notes

THE perfect balance of sweet, sour and spicy is what makes for an ideal tom yam.