Chinese New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner 2014 at Sunway Putra Hotel

Chinese New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner at Sunway Putra Hotel

Welcome the arrival of the Year of the Horse at Coffee House, Sunway Putra Hotel, here.

The culinary team has prepared a lavish selection of festive dishes that are not only delectable but propitiously named to herald the good things to come in the Lunar New Year.

The Chinese New Year Reunion Buffet Dinner is available on Jan 30 and priced at RM80++ (adult) and RM40++ (child).

Gather family and friends for a buffet-style feast. For the all-important meal, the chefs have prepared over 80 dishes ranging from tempting appetisers to satisfying main courses and delightful desserts. Many of the dishes have ingredients with names that hold auspicious connotations, such as prawns (laughter), fish (abundance), oysters (good news), noodles (long life) and fatt choy (sea moss, prosperity).

For starters, there are prawn and scallop salad with honeydew, Mandarin orange chicken salad with sesame, crabmeat rolls, assorted cold cuts, smoked chicken breast with peaches, marinated jellyfish, imperial Peking duck rolls, and assorted seafood on ice comprising tiger prawns, oysters, slipper lobsters, crabs, mussels and scallops.

Be sure to stop at the yee sang stall where you may choose your favourite ingredients to toss for prosperity. The yee sang may also be served at your table.

Next, savour a bowl or two of stomach-warming soups like fatt choy seafood dumpling soup or double-boiled ginger cod fish soup before embarking on the main courses.

Choose from steamed red garoupa with abalone sauce, stir-fried leek with shredded roast duck, fried crabs with crushed peppercorns, salt-baked chicken with dong quai and wolfberries, deep-fried crab claws, and grilled chicken with avocado.

Continue with half-shell scallops with Szechuan sauce, steamed fish fillet with pickled bean paste sauce, braised dried oysters with sea cucumber, mushrooms and fatt choy, and sauteed prawns on crispy oats in basket.

For something a little different, try the chicken char siew mini pizza, lemon grass prawns, and kailan with truffle oil. For a carbo fix, dig into stir-fried mee sua with seafood, braised noodles with fatt choy and clams, yong chow fried rice, and steamed fragrant fried rice with yam in lotus leaves.

A steamboat, or hot pot, counter, features a wide selection of meats, seafood, vegetables, bean curd and noodles for you to douse in a flavourful chicken soup.

Do leave space for dessert, especially the deep-fried ninko with yam. Also on the dessert counter are double-boiled red dates with lotus seeds, mandarin orange fruit tartlets, glutinous rice balls (tong yuen) in warm ginger syrup, lotus paste in Chinese pancakes with vanilla ice cream and the refreshing lime creme brulee, among others.

The above specialties are in addition to Coffee House's buffet spread featuring local and international favourites. The outlet is halal-certified.


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