Festive Indulgence with Tai Thong 2016
To mark the year of the Monkey, Tai Thong Group has put together a series of delectable dishes inspired by the Monkey King (Sun Wu Kong or Qi Tian Da Sheng). The Monkey King is the main character in the classic Chinese novel – Journey to the West, published since the 16th century. Having that in mind, Tai Thong Group Executive Chef Lee Wee Hong played around with superior ingredients and special recipes to ensure that these new dishes embody the unique characteristics of Monkey King and customers are promised a journey of great taste and divine flavours.
Golden Fortune Yee Sang with fruits and nuts 齐家同庆金猴年 (RM68.80++ for half portion and RM108.80++ for full portion)
Making a comeback for the third time, 2016 fruit Yee Sang rendition features peach to symbolize the auspicious fruit of Monkey King. On top of that, new ingredients such as Pistachios, Almonds, Dried Blueberries and Dried Cranberries are also added to give the dish a more distinct flavor and texture.
Showcases multitude of flavors and textures of assorted fruits,seeds and nuts in the Yee Sang, this definitely fulfill the requirement of health conscious lifestyle nowadays. I enjoyed immensely the refreshing and juicy sensation provided by the fruits as well as the pleasant crunchy texture of the nuts and seeds.
Other option of Yee Sang available at Tai Thong: Fortune Yee Sang with salmon and pear (RM68.80++ half, RM108.80++ full) and Double Happiness Yee Sang (RM88.80++ half, RM128.80++ full) with Japanese Fish Roe and Prawn.
Fortune Seafood Treasure Pot 大展鸿图金满盆 (RM298.80++ for 5 pax and RM498.80++ for 10 pax)
I was wowed by Tai Thong’s last year creation of Szechuan-inspired Poon Choy and this year they have this new version of Seafood Treasure Pot which is a prosperity pot filled with abundance of seafood such as deep-fried Tiger Prawn, deep-fried Jade Perch and Cheese Baked Mussel cooked in chef’s signature sauce.
Every ingredients cooked separately before mixing into the pot and thoughtfully chosen ingredients and cooking styles were brilliant, making every bite a delightful one. Tai Thong always take pride in sourcing and focusing on high quality range of ingredients, so the authenticity in terms of taste and flavors is guaranteed! Kindly make your order in advance for dine in or take away.
Golden Treasure Poon Choy (RM298.80++ for 5 pax and RM498.80++ for 10 pax)
Prosperity Treasure Poon Choy (RM298.80++ for 5 pax and RM498.80++ for 10 pax)
Double-boiled Dried Premium Seafood Soup served in Coconut 天增岁月人增寿 (RM48.80++)
Richly laced with robust seafood essence, the soup course served in young coconut shell was laden bountifully with a treasure trove of assorted premium seafood and ingredients such as fish maw, abalone, dried scallops, bamboo pith, village chicken and mushroom. Boiled in coconut water rendering an aromatic fruity infused broth which nourishing and had us compulsively slurping up each steaming hot spoonful.
Claypot Rice with Chinese Waxed Meat and Edamame 子孙满堂
The addition of edamame definitely a brilliant touch to tone down the greasiness and saltiness of the waxed meat claypot rice.
Chilled “Nian Gao” with Osmanthus and Sakura 圣猴辉煌年年高 (RM11.80++ / 6pcs)
A unique twist on the classic “Nian Gao” which is usually served warm. Thumbs up to latest creation of Tai Thong’s kitchen team of chilled Nian Gao wrapped in a layer of fragrant Osmanthus Jelly topped with Sakura. The chewy texture is perfectly complemented by the lightly sweet flavour, definitely one-of-a-kind dessert to sum up the sumptuous multi course extravagant dinner.
Tai Thong’s Chinese New Year Set Menus are priced between:-
~ RM538++ to RM1188++ for 6 pax
~ RM828++ to RM1928++ for 10 pax (with complimentary Premium Gift Set containing Dried Moss, Dried Oyster, Duck Waxed Drumstick, Dried Mushrooms or wine sets.
Don’t forget to check out Tai Thong’s Prosperous Dim Sum range which is specially crafted in conjunction with the Lunar New Year celebration.
Steamed Triple Delight with Oyster Sauce 蚝汁酿三宝
Bouncy fish paste balls topped with black moss (Fatt Choy), mushroom and dried oyster drench in light flavored oyster sauce.
Steamed Fatt Choy Dumpling with Prawns 水晶菠菜发菜饺
Encased in the translucent skin was a tasty filling of fresh prawn, spinach and black moss. Flavors were light and showcase the sweet prawn thoroughly.
Baked Dried Oyster Tart 千层香脆蚝皇酥
Don’t attempt to miss this innocuous looking pastry which manage to impress everyone that evening! Fabulously light flaky pastry stuffed with savoury filling of dried oyster and mushroom. A must try in my book!
Steamed Bamboo Rice with Chinese Waxed Meat 腊味竹筒饭
Equally tantalizing was this waxed meat rice served in bamboo container. Adequately flavoured rice studded with Chinese sausage, waxed duck and waxed liver sausage. It was polished off entirely before I knew it! #heregonemydietplanagain
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