Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant @ Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur

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Chinese New Year is all about reunion dinner and celebrating a good feast with family and friends. What better way than to usher in the Year of the Red Fire Rooster with exciting beginnings and a scrumptious selection of oriental-inspired delights at Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. Recognized by experienced and talented Chinese chefs specialising in Cantonese cuisine, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place to hold your reunion dinner with the wonderful array of scrumptious “Yee Sang”(raw fish salad) in the private yet cosy, avant-garde Lai Ching Yuen restaurant from now till the 13th of  February 2017.

Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant is located at the first floor of Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, the restaurant, headed by Chef Terrence Foong, promises an assortment of delicious traditional Chinese New Year 9 course set menus that start from MYR 1888.00 for a table of ten.

The set menus offer different choices of Yee Sang selections; Green Apple, Pear & Mango Yee Sang, Crispy Fish Skin Yee Sang, Sliced Norwegian Salmon Yee Sang, Soft Shell Crab Yee Sang, Sliced Abalone Yee Sang, and a must try special Yee Sang with Soba Noodle, Grilled Chicken and Smoked Duck.

Special Yee Sang with Soba Noodle, Grilled Chicken and Smoked Duck
Savoury Yee Sang treats with unique serving of soba noodles as one of the condiments along with the fresh crunchy vegetables, crispy crackers, grilled chicken, smoked duck and topped with the sweet sauce dressing. Sweet, tangy and delicious yee sang.

A toss for blessings of prosperity, wealth and good health. Huat Ah!

Gorgeously presented Yee Sang platter full of luck, longevity and good fortune to usher in the Year of the Rooster.

Let's enjoy the refreshing cocktail drinks first

Double Boiled Shark’s  Fin Soup with Crabmeat and Assorted Seafood. Pack with flavour and seafood taste. Tasty thick broth cooked with fresh crab meat

Wok-Fried Prawns ‘Bei Fong Tong’ Style

Sumptuous reunion dinner must have! Prawns is symbolic of happiness and good fortune - Siu Ha Ha! (Means lots of Laughter). Appetizing dish combination of dried shrimp, garlic and chili. Slightly crunchy and serving of fresh and juicy prawns. Thumbs UP!

Ultimate temptation comes when they served Fish. Chinese New Year dinner menu is never complete without fish serving.Classic Cantonese steamed fish that have the natural sweetness.
Steamed White Cat Fish with Minced Ginger
Fresh and flaky in texture. Love mostly on the minced ginger which is my all time favourites. Good to have a plain white rice to go with the soy sauce and lots of ginger!  

Next, we have the Roasted Crispy Chicken ‘Pi Pa’ Style with Prawn Crackers. 
Top lucky food for this year as we are to usher the Year of the Rooster. Absolutely delicious dish that I enjoy it so much. Tender and succulent chicken meat with crispy skin that easily melt in my mouth flavour.

Tasty dishes with lots of prosperity and happiness

Stir Fried Hong Kong Kailan topped with Enoki Mushroom

Common stir fried Hong Kong Kai Lan at a glance. Once I have my first bite, I must confess this taste really good. The leafy vege is Perfectly cooked retaining their Crunchy texture and bright green colour. Nice and thick Kai Lan stem which is soft and yet crunchy. Simply delicious and healthy vegetables topped with crispy crust Enoki Mushroom.

Highly popular among Chinese Folks - Fried Rice with Assorted Chinese Waxed Meat Wrapped in Lotus Leaf. Fragrant fried rice along with the mild salty waxed meat. 

 Gather around the table with family, friends and associates to welcome the new year with auspicious flavours of New Year “Nian Gao” Dual Variation. Perfect combination that always reminds me of my late grandma who always make us fried nian gao during CNY. Here i can really taste a traditional flavour of nian gao that have the soft texture and sweet taste. Just love it!..

Enjoy Chinese favourites such as Double Boiled White Fungus with Longan and Sea Coconut
Perfect sweet treats as our last menu serving part of the 9 course meal.

Dedicated Yee Sang Display that surely makes you tempting for it.

To compliment the delectable array of the Yee Sang set menus, Lai Ching Yuen also offers a wide range of carefully crafted traditional Chinese dishes for this month from the a’la carte menu. The highlight dishes for this auspicious month are Double Boiled Dried Scallop Soup with Chinese Cabbage, Ten Head Mini Abalone and Stewed Dried Seafood with Black Moss and Dried Oysters.
Chinese New Year Buffet Dinner at The Mill Café (14th January 2017 to 12th February 2017):

Guests can feast on a sumptuous buffet with a tempting choice of seafood on ice, local wok-fried favourites, steamed dim sums, freshly made pasta, grilled prime meats, delightful cakes, tantalizing desserts and special Chinese New Year Dishes all- day dining restaurant, The Mill Cafe.  Priced at only RM 98 nett per person for lunch and RM 118 nett per person for dinner, the buffet includes a complimentary Vegetarian Yee Sang for a table of 8 persons.

Buffet Lunch
Adult: MYR 98.00 per person
Child: MYR 48.00 per child*

Buffet Dinner
Adult: MYR 118.00 per person
Child: MYR 58.00 per child*

Saturday Seafood Buffet
Adult: MYR 160.00 per person
Child: MYR 80.00 per child*

Sunday Brunch
Adult: RM 118.00 per person
Child: RM 58.00 per person      
So, spring your way into prosperity with an abundance of traditionally infused dishes in Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur this year.

Gong Xi Fa Chai!

Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant
Grand Millennium Hotel KL (Opposite to Fahrenheit 88)
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03 -2117 4888

Business Hours:
Monday to Friday : 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday : 11:00am – 2:30pm

Opens daily from 6:30pm – 10:30pm




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