Greeting the dragon with a roar of flavours


For yee sang, Yun House’s options include Locally Harvested Mantis Prawns with Sliced Black Truffle Yee Sang, Crispy Soft Shell Crab Yee Sang with Salted Egg and Vegetarian Super Food with Avocado and Snow Pear.

THE Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur is gearing up to celebrate the much-anticipated Year of the Dragon with a burst of flavour and cultural richness.

The Michelin-acclaimed Cantonese restaurant Yun House, helmed by executive chef Jimmy Wong, welcomes guests with dragon-inspired decor and three signature set menus, which are available until Feb 24. The sets are priced between RM598 and RM1,288 per person, with a minimum of four persons per menu.

Standout specialities include European Lobster with Chopped Chili and Crab Roe Ramen, Braised African Ten Head Abalone with Marrow, Melon and Sun-Dried Oyster as well as Fish Maw Soup with Matsutake Mushroom, Sun-Dried Scallop and Farmed Black Chicken.

The dessert duo featuring Braised Native Bird’s Nest with Almond Cream and Gingko and Cream of Mango with Pomelo and Snow Nest are each paired with Yun House’s famed deep-fried rice cakes.

For yee sang, Yun House’s options include Locally Harvested Mantis Prawns with Sliced Black Truffle Yee Sang, Crispy Soft Shell Crab Yee Sang with Salted Egg and Vegetarian Super Food with Avocado and Snow Pear.

Guests can add on delicacies such as Mexican Two Head Wild Abalone, Local Malaysia T’Lur Caviar, Salmon Fish Belly and Marinated Jellyfish. Prices start at RM198 for a half portion.

In The Lounge, sweets and savouries are featured in the Lunar New Year Afternoon Tea.

Sample Enter the Dragon (vanilla mousse, raspberry compote, black sesame sponge), Lucky Eight (mandarin compote, citrus mousse, spiced ginger financier) and Imperial Crab Salad (salted egg yolk emulsion, roasted celery, crab roe, lemon balm), among other dishes.

The afternoon tea menu is available until Feb 24, from 3pm to 5.30pm, priced at RM232 per person.

Over at Curate, the Lunar New Year buffet combines traditional recipes with a modern flair.

Discover Chinese specialities such as Chinese Wax Duck Fried Rice, Braised HK E-Fu Noodles with Seafood and Singapore Chili Mud Crab with Mantou, alongside Malaysian favourites such as Nian Gao cakes.

The buffet menu at Curate is available until Feb 24.

Lunch is priced at RM188 per person and dinner is at RM238 per person (excluding Feb 9 and 10).

Dinner on Feb 9 and lunch on Feb 10 are priced at RM268 per person, while dinner on Feb 10 is at RM238 per person.

For reservations, call 03-2382 8888.

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