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THE Lunar New Year has scurried in for 2020, heralding the Year of the Rat.
DINING out during Chinese New Year does not necessarily have to be about set menus; these days, a la carte options are also available.
KEEPING to tradition is important when planning a festive menu as some diners look forward to savouring Chinese New Year delicacies with symbolic meaning attached to them.
ONE must eat well during Chinese New Year.
Refreshing, healthy and enjoyable. That was my first impression of St Regis Kuala Lumpur’s Prosperity Yee Sang, which was probably one of the memorable ones.
If you want something other than the usual course-by-course dinner for Chinese New Year, a buffet with a selection of local and Western cuisines is the solution.
New twists and combinations produced from selection of choice ingredients.
ADDING crispy fish skin to the age-old yee sang definitely gives the toss of prosperity a modern twist.
THE Mandarin character for “fresh” (xian) is made up of two other characters which are fish (yu) and lamb (yang).
WHEN preparing festive meals for Chinese New Year, many home cooks and chefs will include ingredients that are said to invite good luck and prosperity for the year ahead.