Looking forward to the Year of Goat :)
Spring time is a season of renewal, when new life springs forth after the cold and passiveness of winter. Similarly, Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a time of fresh beginnings, a time to celebrate family reunion with traditional delights, auspicious dishes and sumptuous feasts.
Tai Thong Group is proud to introduce 5 signature dishes to usher in the Year of Goat.
Infusing the traditional Poon Choy with a contemporary Szechuan-inspired twist,
Group Executive Chef Lee Wee Hong has created Golden Treasure Poon Choy, which uses a fragrant sour and spicy sauce as the poon choy’s base. This is definitely a must try for those with an adventurous palate.
Tai Thong Golden Treasure Poon Choy Priced at RM298++ for 5 pax and RM498++ for 10 pax, the Golden Treasure Poon Choy is filled with a treasure trove of assorted seafood, including fish maw, sea cucumber, squid, conpoy, tiger prawn, roast duck, mustard leaf, eggplant, radis, wheat gluten, mushrooms, dried oyster, fried fish ball, broccoli, dried chilli and lemongrass.
Prosperity Poon Choy consists of baby cabbage, lotus root, radish, wheat gluten, pork knuckle, mushrooms, fish maw, sea cucumber, conpoy, dried oyster, roast duck, chicken, tiger prawn, fried fish ball and broccoli.
Optional : Add on 3-Head Abalone or 10-Head Abalone
* Reservation has to be made 2 days in advance for dine-in or take away (Poon Choy)
* Free take away pot & non woven bag
Symbolic of good luck, prosperity, health and all things auspicious, Tai Thong’s Japanese-inspired Double Happiness Yee Sang has double the texture, and double the flavour, with addition of golden chicken floss and crispy Enoki mushrooms.
For those who are health conscious, why not opt for the guilt-free prosperity toss this Spring Reunion? Back by popular demand, the 2015 version of healthy fruit-flavoured yee sang features sliced fresh star fruit, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds and black sesame, all to add more flavour and texture than ever before!
Both the Tai Thong Double Happiness Yee Sang and Golden Fortune Yee Sang are priced at RM68++ (half portion) and RM98++ (full portion) respectively.
Priced at RM9.80++ each, the Mini Eight Treasures Rice or “ba bao fan” comprises of glutinous rice, pumpkin, lotus seeds, raisins, dried apricots, as well as red and green cherries, all drizzled with fragrant Osmanthus syrup. A feast to the eyes as well as your taste buds, this classic sticky and sweet dessert is definitely an interesting combination.
For a different take on classic ‘Nian Gao’, let's try the sesame-coated glutinous rice dumplings filled with two sweet and sticky flavours – velvety soft red bean paste and homemade classic ‘Nian Gao’. I love this very much as the generous filing oozing out pipping hot. Each portion of 6 is priced at RM13.80++.
Group Executive Chef Lee Wee Hong making sure the claypot of rice is well mixed.
Tai Thong’s Chinese New Year Set Menus are priced between RM498++ to RM1488++ for 6 pax and RM798++ to RM2398++ for 10 pax. For any 10 pax set menu chosen, Tai Thong is also giving out complimentary bottles of 640ml Asahi Beer. All Tai Thong Chinese New Year promotions end 5th March 2015.
For more information, please visit Tai Thong Facebook https://www.facebook.com/TaiThong
Tai Thong Group
7th Floor, Intan Square 3,
Lorong Utara C,
46300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
yummy food to eat..ReplyDelete
I haven't had Chinese food for a while! Whew. Your photos really made me crave for some! But it's very hard to find a good one here in Europe :/ReplyDelete
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you know what, i haven't been to malaysia and I've heard so many stories saying food is yummy there! your post is a testament, too. buchi! love that! (sesame ball)ReplyDelete
The food looks amazingly delicious :) Looks like a great place to have the family reunion dinner :)ReplyDelete
Different plating from our usual traditional and customary setting of Filipino food. The food looks enticing to taste. Hope I could taste these all.ReplyDelete
Looks too good to eat :)ReplyDelete
The golden treasure poon choy looks very stuffed and great to share with loved ones. I agree with Fernando that the plating of these meals are really enticing. :)ReplyDelete
I love those sesame balls but the poon choy looks yum. is it worth the price? I am calculating the price in Philippine Peso. Oh my! -katrina centenoReplyDelete
So good! are you sure those are food? looks like an art work! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing!
Most of the food here, I haven't eaten yet but I would really love to try some. I bet they taste good.ReplyDelete
I want that scallop dish!! My family and I also celebrate spring reunion with family since I also have Chinese roots, so i'm definitely looking forward to these dishes served here.ReplyDelete
I love how thy display the food in the dishes, very elegant and modern! This place is very nice! Thanks for sharing with us!ReplyDelete
The Golden Fortune Yee Sang is definitely for me. I love the presentation done with the dishes. They're all lovely to look at and I'm sure they're all delicious. Advance Happy Chinese New Year!ReplyDelete
It's nice that family comes first when it comes to spring reunion. This would be great dish to enjoy with your family on the eve of Chinese New Year.ReplyDelete
What a great selection of dishes for Chinese New Year. Wow! I should fly out and celebrate with you and the great chef. :-)ReplyDelete
I cannot wait for spring to hit over here. This was such a great post, fab to learn a little bit more about a different country.xReplyDelete
How fancy these Chinese dishes look! They actually look intimidating to eat. Hehe. The only thing that looks familiar are the sesame balls.ReplyDelete
Yummy.. Asian food are the best to eat!ReplyDelete
Glad you enjoy the dinner! The fresh fruits yee sang is really good. Will go back for that.ReplyDelete
The Golden Treasure Poon Choy seems mouthwatering, all the pics of these fresh meals arouse my appetite, I love the atmosphere of the place!ReplyDelete