Year 2020 is a no traveling year for all of us. We had been confined to stay at one place all the time. As a traveler, you would definitely be craving certain foods that you have eaten before while traveling. One of the most sought after foods travelers were craving would be the Hong Kong Style’s Roasted Duck from Four Seasons, London.
This Chinese New Year, Intercontinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be offering the same London’s Four Seasons’s Hong Kong Style Roasted Duck to its guest in its Chinese New Year sets. The duck was being imported from the Irish; the place where ducks (same duck as Peking Duck) were bring raised with strict rules to ensure the ducks are in the best conditions. We had tried it out and we could guarantee it taste almost the same taste as Four Seasons’s Duck in London.
Of course as a part of the Lunar Year tradition, a prosperity toss, or fondly called “Lo Hei’’ is a must-have a delicacy that represents good health, prosperity and success. This year’s signature yee sang or “Lo Hei’’ embarks on a healthy route with Sea Grapes (also known as Green Caviar) with Chia Seed is available at RM98 (Half Set) and RM188 (Full Set). A popping sensation with every bite, sea grapes are not only a joy to savor but full of vitamins A and C, calcium, zinc and iron. They also contain a high level of vegetable protein per calorie and a good amount of omega3 fatty acids too. *All take away items require a minimum two (2) days for processing of order.
Besides the roasted Hong Kong Style London Duck and its Lo Hei, among its other highlight dishes that would be able to enjoy in their Chinese New Year set menus were; Sea Grapes with Chia Seed Yee Sang, Double-boiled Moreal Mushroom with Fish Maw, Sun-Dried Scallops, Steamed King Tiger Grouper Superior Black Garlic Soya Sauce, Deep-Fried Prawns with Lychee Sauce, Simmered Fresh Chinese Yam with Crab Roe Gravy, Truffle Sauce Fried Rice Dried Sakura Shrimp, Crabmeat and Diced French Bean, Chilled Snow Bird’s Nest Aloe Vera in Osmanthus Oolong Tea Syrup and Deep Fried Sweet Purple Potato “Ninko”.
The above dishes we all available at Intercontinental Kuala Lumpur’s Tao Chinese Cuisines Restaurants starting from 8th January 2021 until 21sy February 2021. Its luxurious oriental feasts journey brings three set menus representing, Best of The Orient, Eastern Treasures and Opulent Prosperity. Set menu starts from RM208.80 nett per person.
Best of The Orient set menu priced at RM208.80 nett per person brings succulent seafood options such as Double-boiled Abalone, Walnut and Ming Mu Yu Soup, Deep-Fried King Tiger Grouper with Garlic Lemon Sauce and Stir-Fried Prawns with Garlic, Ginger and Superior Soy Sauce among others.
Eastern Treasures set menu is priced at RM248.80 nett per person, highlighting a traditional Chinese New Year dish enjoyed by families – Steamed Eight Treasure Glutinous Rice, suggesting good fortune in the coming new year.
The luxurious oriental feast set menu ends with Opulent Prosperity set at RM298.80 per person with a selection of premium ingredients. Including their main highlights; Roasted Hong Kong-Style London Duck and Roast Chicken.
CIMB, CITIBANK, HSBC, MAYBANK and UOB cardholders enjoy 20% discount off Chinese New Year Ala Carte Menu (black-out dates apply) while Gourmet Collection members enjoy 25% discount for both the Set and Ala Carte Menus (black-out dates apply).