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For a change this season, enjoy a cooling Year of the Rat while dining with loved ones at three restaurants up in Genting Highlands.
KUANTAN: Choices are aplenty when it comes to a family reunion feast for the coming Chinese New Year in welcoming the Year of the Rat.
Specially curated Hakka lei cha sauce adds herbal touch to signature yee sang.
HERE is the chance to enjoy a Chinese New Year reunion dinner with a panoramic view of a lush, green 18-hole golf course while enjoying the food.
A SMOKED salmon yee sang in the shape of a smiling mouse with hints of fragrant orange and Ribena in the sauce can at best be described as cute.
CELEBRATING Chinese New Year does not mean one needs to only savour traditional Chinese dishes throughout the 15 days of the celebration.
FOR the Chinese, the Lunar New Year revolves around five blessings — longevity, prosperity, peace, wisdom and virtue.
IT IS that time of year again when family and friends, near or far, come together to share a hearty meal as they usher in the Year of the Rat.
WORKING in a restaurant with a more intimate setting at W Kuala Lumpur has given executive Chinese chef Tan Kim Weng the opportunity to focus on innovative dining experiences.
FOOD plays an important role in Chinese New Year celebrations and certain dishes with symbolic meanings are considered essential.