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This year’s new variant of yee sang, the Chiu Chow Yee Sang, was inspired by chef Alex Au’s travels and the local yee sang he had sampled.
POON choy, sometimes known as “treasure pot” or “big bowl feast”, is a traditional one-pot dish that requires teamwork to prepare and cook.
THERE is no reason to go on any sort of diet during the Chinese New Year season, especially when it is a time to savour some of your favourite Chinese dishes.
ABUNDANCE can take on many forms, be it material things or spiritual affluence.
Hotels and restaurants in the Klang Valley have lined up wide array of meals, yee sang and dishes for Chinese New Year.
Lunar New Year buffet and set menus feature flavourful imported ingredients.
Specially curated Hakka lei cha sauce adds herbal touch to signature yee sang.
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.
Aloft Kuala Lumpur SentralNook is the hub for celebrations with an array of auspicious buffet offerings, available until Feb 9. Enticing options include Braised Chicken with Chestnut and Village-style Steamed Red Snapper. The buffet is priced at RM118 nett per adult and RM128 nett on weekends and Chinese New Year Eve. In addition, there are curated set menus priced from RM2,088+ per table. For reservations, call 03-2723 1188.
FOR the Chinese, the Lunar New Year revolves around five blessings — longevity, prosperity, peace, wisdom and virtue.