Yee Sang at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant
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Have a sumptuous reunion dinner at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

Yee Sang at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

Been wondering where to have your reunion dinner this Gong Xi Fa Cai? Switch things up by having a feast at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant in One World Hotel. Indulge in comfort with a range of decadent dishes that represent prosperity, good fortune and good health.

Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

With set menus priced at RM1,798.00 nett, RM1,988.00 nett and RM2,288.00 for a table of ten alongside a complimentary bottle of wine, the Gathered Elegance promotion is available daily for lunch (12.00 noon to 2.30pm) and dinner (6.30pm to 10.30pm). The menus are a result of Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant Executive Chef, Michael Chew Chee Peng’s two-decade culinary prowess which centers on time-honoured Cantonese cuisine signatures.

Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant cuisine

‘Lo hei’ to happiness with the Yee Sang with Salmon Fish and Crispy Fish Skin! Standout dishes include Braised Pumpkin Soup with Mixed Seafood, Barbecue Roast Duck and Chicken, Steamed Live Dragon Garoupa with Superior Soy Sauce, Wok Fried Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk, Braised Abalone with Seafood, Steamed Rice with Assorted Preserved Meat and “Nian Gao” with Coconut Flakes.

Duck at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

No matter which set menu you decide on, be prepared for a feast fit for your senses! The course meals at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant are perfect as an accompaniment to any family celebration.

We especially enjoyed the Barbecue Roast Duck & Chicken, sure to be a hit amongst all Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant guests. Roasted to perfection, the tender duck meat with its layer of fat and crispy skin was a delight with every bite. The dish includes a small serving of a refreshing jellyfish salad, tossed with a sesame dressing.

Garoupa at Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant

Another signature dish we particularly enjoyed was the Steamed Live Dragon Garoupa with Superior Soy Sauce, said by Chef Michael to be a long-running favorite amongst Malaysians. After trying it ourselves, we’re happy to say that we can attest to the hype the fresh sweetness of the fish was evident in its firm texture. Combined with fresh coriander and the sweet and salty flavors of the soy sauce, we were left wanting for more.

Of course, what’s a feast without dessert? Be sure to try the handmade “Nian Gao” with Coconut Flakes, which has a chewy texture reminiscent of mochi. We felt that the not overly sweet flavor served as just the right finish to the entire meal.

Can’t wait for a delicious reunion feast already? Call Zuan Yuan Chinese Restaurant up and make a reservation in advance to avoid disappointment this Lunar New Year. For reservations and further enquiries on discount or promotions, please call 603 – 7681 1159 or email to [email protected]

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