By The Saujana Hotel Kuala Lumpur on January 17, 2018
Kuala Lumpur: The Ti Chen restaurant at the Saujana Hotel is set to welcome the Year of the Dog with an extravagant spread of specialty gourmet dishes available in three themed set menu creations – Spring and Happiness, Everlasting Prosperity, and Wealth and Fortune – signifying representations of the astrological tradition.
This year’s Lunar New Year menu will be available from 5 January to 2 March, except of 16 February. Daily meal times are from 12 pm – 3 pm (lunch) and 6 pm – 10 pm (dinner).
“This year’s meal packages have been created targeting families and friends of all sizes to foster a year dedicated to promoting family values and comfort, loyalty, warmth, and goodness,” says Chef Lim Chee Woi, Chinese Executive Chef. “It is indeed a special time for Malaysians to celebrate and welcome the auspicious New Year filled with peace, prosperity, and goodwill.”
The affordable set meal packages for five and ten people cover a full range of time-honoured favourites including roasted chicken, pan-fried jumbo tiger prawns, steamed glutinous rice, honey-glazed baked Norwegian salmon fillets, braised abalone ten head, sun-dried Shiitake mushrooms, dried oysters, crispy deep-fried Chinese New Year cake with brown sugar, and much more.
The meal packages also come with three different varieties of Yee Sang, a customary dish flavoured with blackcurrant plum dressing and crispy shredded treasures, which is tossed to symbolise good luck, health, prosperity and all things favourable.
The price for set meal packages for five ranges from RM888 to RM1,688 and for ten from RM1,688 to 2,888, inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% GST. Also available during the festive season is Ti Chen’s Chinese New Year A’la Carte mix-and match menu.
As an extension to the Chinese New Year festivities, the Saujana Hotel will host a lion dance performance in the lobby area on 23 February at 10:30 am. The performance will feature exciting acrobatic stunts followed by an animated lion dance with thundering drums and cymbals to evict evil spirits and summon good luck for the New Year.