It’s the precious get-together Chinese New Year again! This year, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur’s award-winning Celestial Court 天宝阁 is presenting three Auspicious Chinese New Year Reunion 9-Course Set Menu namely Wealthy Set, Prosperity Set and Happiness set at lunch and dinner time; priced from Rm 1,688 nett per table (for 10 pax), from 13 January to 8 February 2020.
Many thanks to Celestial Court and Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur for the invitation, I got to sample a few of Chef Ho Boon’s Signature dishes and had my very first toss of the year!
Yee Sang with Crispy Soft-Shell Crab and Snow Pear
Ditch the usual salmon yee sang and here it is, the crispy soft shell crab yee sang!
This was my very first time having soft shell crab in the Yee Sang. Love the crispy and perfectly fried soft-shell crab to pair with the sweet and sourish fruits and vegetables and condiments in the yee sang.
Celestial Court offers other yee sang’s options too such as Abalone Sliced with Fresh Scallop Yee Sang, Norwegian Salmon with Snow Pear Yee Sang and Jelly Fish Yee Sang.
Crispy Roasted Chicken with Spicy Sichuan Sauce
A Chinese classic roasted whole village chicken appeared in golden, crispy on the outside with tender meat on the inside, matched perfectly with Sichuan and Chinese five spice flavour for extra kick.
Stewed Dried Oyster with Sea Cucumber and Black Moss
One of the must-have during Chinese New Year reunion meal, symbolizing successful, prosperous business for the coming year!
Wok-fried Prawns with Angled Luffa Gourd, Shimeji Mushrooms and Cashew Nuts
Juicy and huge whole plump wild sea white prawn stir-fried with crunchy and nutty ingredients, my favourite on the table!
Poached White Pomfret with Shredded Chicken and Mushrooms in Spicy Supreme Stock
A dish that symbolizing “surpluses for the new year” and abundance. Chef intelligently combined ingredients from the land and sea in a plate. Loaded with essences from the fish and soup that is made with fish stock that is slow-cooked for 3 to 4 hours, touched with chili padi for a slight kick to the tastebuds.
Pan-fried Traditional Lunar New Year Cake ‘Nian Gao’
This has got a taste of home! Get to know that this ‘Nian Gao’ that is made in-house and chef has used at least 8 hours to have the ‘nian gao’ done. ‘Nian Gao’ is sliced and lightly battered with flour and pan-fried for a lil crispiness. Delicious.
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Celestial Court 天宝阁
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2717 9977