These CNY reunion dinner delivery services in KL are the next best thing to usher in the year of the Ox.
With the Movement Control Order (MCO) implemented, not only can we not travel between states, but we also can’t dine out anymore. With the upcoming Lunar New Year fast approaching, we’ve got you covered on how you can celebrate your reunion dinner.
These Chinese restaurants in hotels all around KL are doing the next best thing — bringing the reunion dinner to you. While it may not be the same as having a large family gathering, there’s nothing wrong with having some delicious yee sang with your close family; besides, that means more leftovers for you.
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Concorde’s Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant has specials from now till 26 February 2021. First, there’s the Abundance Set at RM588 for 6 people, comprising a yee sang with crispy fish skin and jellyfish, treasure pot, waxed meat, and steamed nian gao with shredded coconut. The Treasure Pot ‘Poon Choy’ is priced at RM468 for 6 people as well, with 16 ingredients including abalone, dried scallop, dried oyster, pork knuckle and tiger prawn. There are also waxed meat dishes and a la carte options like Stewed Pork Knuckle with Sea Cucumber in Brown Sauce, Sautéed King Prawns with Garlic Honey Sauce, and Signature Spare Ribs with Champagne Sauce. Pre-orders are required.
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Celebrate the Year of the Ox at home with Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur by ordering some classic Chinese dishes via the online store. To begin the night, try one of the three yee sang variants that the hotel has, one of which is a Soft-Shell Crab Yee Sang. If you’re feeling decadent, try the Prosperity Abalone Treasure Pot, which comes in a ceramic clay pot. For the main courses, pick and choose to your heart’s content with a selection of a la carte oriental dishes. Why cook when you can order in?
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Located in the heart of Chinatown is Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur, bringing some nostalgia alongside the festivities. Quan’s Kitchen is the home of where these goodies come from, which includes the Triple Prosperity yee sang that comes with chilli soft shell crab and crispy fish satay for only RM88 for a half-portion and RM138 for a full portion. If you want to kick things up a notch, opt for the Opulence yee sang topped with Tanjung Malim T’Lur Caviar. It goes for RM168 for a half-portion and RM298 for a full portion. Lastly is the Spring Happiness set, an 8-course smorgasbord that includes the Triple Prosperity yee sang, double-boiled Fish Maw Consommé, baked cod in ginseng soy sauce paste, and a crispy five-spice salt and pepper chicken. Quan’s Kitchen also has different packages to suit your family. It starts from RM262 for two pax, RM528 for four, RM788 for six, and RM1318 for 10 people.
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From its very own Cantonese restaurant, Chynna brings forth authentic Cantonese cuisine for you to celebrate your reunion dinner. Seeing as we can’t dine in, Chynna and Hilton Kuala Lumpur wants to bring your dinner to you with its CNY take-away six-course set menu. Its RM538 menu can feed between two to four people while the RM1,288 menu can feed from six to 10 people. This is available starting to day until 26th February 2021.
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Lai Po Heen is one of the longest-serving Chinese restaurants in KL, which is evident to just how long Mandarin Oriental KL has been around as well. Unfortunately, you can’t toss to some good fortune and prosperity at its restaurant but you can still do it at home. Mandarin Oriental KL is offering five different types of yee sang, which can only be described as decadent at the very least. Salmon and vegetable snow pears are the popular choices but some of the more exorbitant options include Wagyu beef striploin, Australian two-headed abalone, as well as sea urchin and fish roe.
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Usher in the Year of the Ox with one of KL’s longest-standing hotels, Shangri-La Kuala Lumpur. While we can’t dine in at both Lemon Garden as well as Shang Palace just yet, The Lemon Garden 2Go is still open with many auspicious hampers and gift boxes up for sale. There are three different hampers to choose from: the ‘Treasure Delight’ with eight treats that go for RM688nett; the ‘Golden Premium Treasure’ with nine different goodies for RM988nett; and the ‘Prosperity Premium Treasure’, which features 13 different items at only RM1,388nett.
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Celebrate your CNY at home with Sofitel KL Damansara with its wide array of ala carte dishes. Aside from that, you can also order dim sum, of which they have a huge selection of. Yee sang is also available and Sofitel KL Damansara is ensuring that you can have it in a myriad of ways. Aside from its vegetarian option (RM176), you can also have your yee sang with Norwegian salmon (RM216) and two-head abalone (RM288). There is also a scallop and snow pear combo (RM216) but that requires an advanced booking.
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Have yee sang sent straight to your doorstep with help from The St. Regis Kuala Lumpur. Its Prosperity Yee Sang is a recipe handed down from generations before, descending from the owning family kitchen of Puan Sri Sharon Chua. Aside from its vegetarian option, one can also choose to have abalone & soft shell crab, salmon & jellyfish, or even hokkigai and jellyfish. This will be available from now until 26th February 2021.
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W Kuala Lumpur is one of the more modern and glitzy five-star hotels in Malaysia with the food to back it up. Seeing as we can’t celebrate CNY at some of the best restaurants in town, we’re bringing the restaurants to you — more specifically, YEN and Flock. Aside from its ala carte delivery menu, YEN is also offering its Ox-Traodinary Lunar New Year delivery menu, featuring classical Chinese dishes with a Lunar New Year twist as well as a wide variety of yee sang choices. Flock will also be having its very own POP ORIENT afternoon tea, which is an oriental-inspired menu with dim sum.
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