Sunday, November 29, 2015

Pak Loh Chiu Chow Introduces New Dishes @ Feast Village, StarhillGallery KL

Established in 1967, Pak Loh Chiu Chow in Hong Kong has long since forged a name for itself uncompromising on authentic high-end Teochew cuisine. Reputed for serving the most authentic Teochew cuisine, Pak Loh Chiu Chow delivers a wealth of delicious flavours associated with China's gastronomical capital of Guangdong Province. The restaurant insists on using only the finest ingredients, condiments and culinary method in its cuisine. 

Among its popular dishes includes Chilled Pork Jelly, Slow Braised Bean Curd and Chiu Chow Fresh Cold Crab. The new menu at Pak Loh Chiu Chow will see the addition of over 40 new recipes, covering items such as refreshing soups, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, medicinal bird's nest, rice, porridge, noodles and desserts.
Chaozhou (Chiu Chow in Cantonese) is a subgroup of the Han Chinese people live in the eastern coastal of Guangdong. Their cuisine is well known for being a healthier alternative among other Chinese cuisine. Signature dishes are often prepared over a slow fire, stewed, steamed, stir-fried or pickled to perfection, to bring out the best in Chaozhou dish without heavy flavourings.

Pak Loh Chiu Chow, Starhill Gallery, dubbed the Golden Sister of the famed Hong Kong brand opened its doors to the public in 2005. 

The kitchen helmed by Executive Chinese Chef Alex Au, who are born and bred in Hong Kong. He is recently named one of the Asia's Top 20 Chefs. Chef Alex Au introduced 40 new Chiu Chow dishes at Pak Loh Chiu Chow, Starhill Gallery which will be available starting from 5th December 2015.

Private dining that caters to about 12 paxs.

Various teas and Chinese tea pots display.

Ganghu Tea
It is a tradition to have a cup of Oolong tea prior meal.

Baked Bombay Duck Fish with Plum Sauce RM25.00
Crispy on the outside yet soft and tender inside, flavourful fish fillet.

Thread fin Fish Soup with Coriander and Leek RM98.00
Hearty, milky rich, sweet and tasty soup. Must try! Fish are pan-fried prior to boiling to remove its fishy smell and enhance the flavours.

Authentic Top Shell with Preserved Vegetables RM108.00
The top shell is thick, but a tad chewy and hard for me. Flavour wise is delectable.

Traditional Steamed Tiger-Toothed Croaker with Pork, Ham and Garlic, wrapped with aromatic Chinese Cabbage RM98.00

The fish fully wrapped with Chinese cabbage.

Once unwrapped, we are have two stunning, fresh and succulent Tiger-Toothed Croaker fish.

Classic Chiu Chow Wok Fried Assorted Seasonal Vegetables RM32.00

Braised Spring Chicken Stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Garlic, Ginger and Straw Mushrooms RM45.00

Soft and tender chicken meat due to the slow braised cooking technique. The glutinous rice are flavour packed too.

Authentic Smoked Bacon cooked with Yellow Chives RM45.00
With the right combination of fat and smoke, this smoked bacon will tantalize your taste bud to a whole new level. Trust me, I am never a fan of fatty pork, but I simply adore this. Must try!

Braised Pumpkin Bean Curd with Wild Mushroom and Dried Scallop RM42.00
Super silky smooth bean curd though the sweetness of the pumpkin could be a little overwhelming. Must try if you are a pumpkin lover.

Flat Rice Noodle Soup with Threadfin Fish and Preserved Vegetable RM35.00
Rich flavourful soup with the flat rice noodle simply amazing. 

And it's even more amazing when you find a beautiful carrot carving in the soup. Oh my... satisfaction to the max.

Authentic Crispy Bananas with Golden Cream RM24.00
Do you know, many dishes at Pak Loh Chiu Chow bear with them a unique story behind its creations. One fine example is this! Legend has it that during a cooking competition, the two finalist Chef's ran out of ingredients to cook after a gruelling competition. One of the Chef's saw some bananas and decided to use it as a main ingredient, which then become the winning dish for him. When asked for the name of the dish, the Chef could not think of a proper name at such short notice and decided to name it 'not in time'.

It was an interesting dining experience at Pak Loh Chiu Chow with beautiful dishes fit to serve the emperors. You may also catch the talented Chef Alex Au in action in the open kitchen. In conjunction with the launch of the new menu, Pak Loh Chiu Chow will be running an Instagram contest throughout December 2015. Diners would have to take a picture of a dish at Pak Loh Chiu Chow with an interesting caption and hashtag #paklohchiuchow tag @feastvillageshg in order to be in the running to win a Chinese New Year 2016 family set menu.

Hurry visit Pak Loh Chiu Chow from 5th December 2015 onwards to check out its new menu offerings and don't forget to snap lots of picture. Good luck!

Pak Loh Chiu Chow
Feast Village, Feast Floor,
Starhill Gallery,
181, Jln Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-2782 3856
Business hours :
12.00 noon - 11.00 pm (Daily) Last order at 10.45pm

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