Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Chinese New Year Menu 2016: Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant, Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel

Every year we will not miss our annual get-together dinner at Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant, Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel as an early celebration for Lunar New Year. Chinese Executive Chef Ben Lim has whipped up an array of specially crafted pork-free Cantonese cuisine befit for this special occasion.

Prosperity Yee Sang with Fresh Salmon (RM138 per half portion / RM258 per full portion)
(鸿运三文鱼鱼生)

As part of the tradition, we have the signature prosperity toss comprising of lime-zested salmon slices and colorful condiments. Besides that, a variety of options are available-- Jellyfish, Abalone or Snow Pear Yee Sang-- priced from RM98 onwards. Takeaways are available for your enjoyment at home.

Double Boiled Fish Maw Soup with Black Mushrooms and Dried Scallops
幸福满窝 (花膠瑶柱北菇汤)

The delicious, health-enhancing broth is presented in individual portions, so you can take your time and enjoy the oceanic goodness of dried scallop and fish maw. It is so nourishing and good to warm the stomach!

Steamed Imperial Chicken with Chinese Herbs and Sea Moss
彩风迎春 (富贵发财鸡)

One of the highlights of the evening is the whole chicken steamed in herbal concoction into moist and tender perfection. Definitely great to go on its own or with the soul-comforting herbal sauce.

Teo Chew Style Steamed Pomfret
一番风顺 (潮州蒸斗昌)

A welcoming change from the usual steamed fish is the pomfret fish dish cooked in Teo Chew style, which is more appetizing with its delicious tang from the salted mustard greens and generous helping of beancurd. It beautifully retains its soft succulent flesh inside. 

Deep-fried Prawns with Lemon Mayonnaise Sauce
财源滚滚 (西柠沙律炸虾球)

The prawn dish, on the other hand, is equally noteworthy because of its freshness and nice crunchy texture. A drizzle of zesty lemon mayo gives a refreshing lift to the overall taste, without overwhelming the palate. 

Stewed Whole Abalone with Australian Sea Cucumber and Sea Moss
包你发财 (原只鲍鱼烩奥洲辽渗发菜)

Back to the tradition, we also try the premium abalone stew. Just by looking at its beautiful presentation, the dish has won our hearts. With such choice of top-grade ingredients, it is truly a luxurious treat on its own.



Steamed Glutinous Rice with Dried Oysters wrapped in Lotus Leaf
荷塘金玉 (珍珠糯米饭)

For the rice, we skip the usual waxed meat rice for something more down-to-earth and traditional. The rectangular parcel of dried oyster and glutinous rice is so fragrant and moist. Simple yet comforting!


Osmanthus/Sweet Olives with Lemongrass Jelly
甜甜蜜蜜 (桂花香茅冻)

Ending our sumptuous meal is the dessert duets, comprising of smooth and cooling lemongrass jelly, and traditional steamed glutinous rice cake coated with coconut shaves. A perfect combination of hot and cold for this festive season.

Chinese New Year Cake with Shredded Coconut
步步高升 (椰丝年糕)

CHINESE NEW YEAR 2016
18 January to 28 February 2016
Celebratory banquet menus: RM1,618 or RM1,968 or RM2,308 nett per table of 10 persons (Minimum 5 to order)

*Toh Yuen remains open on the Eve of Chinese New Year and throughout the 15-day celebration.
*Vegetarian options are available upon special request. 

For reservations, please call +603-7955 9122 ext 4073 or visit www.ZestPJ.com.

Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant 
Hilton Petaling Jaya Hotel,
No. 2, Jalan Barat,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor.
Contact: 603-7955 9122 ext 4073
Website: www.ZestPJ.com (F&B) or www.petaling-jaya.hilton.com (Hilton PJ)
Facebook: fb.com/hiltonpetalingjaya
Operating Hours: 12noon to 10.30pm daily except Sunday 11am to 10.30pm

27 comments:

  1. Wondering how much you ate and reviewed you went before CNY LOL? Still looking slim even tho you ate this much *envy*

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  2. Seriously that monkey is so cute! The food sure look so good.

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  3. The glutinous rice looks so delicate!
    The CNY food surely look delicious.

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  4. Nom nom nom! Would love to go and enjoy the dishes served at Hilton for CNY :D

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  5. nice food presentation! Pomfret Teochew style is my most favourite dish. i think the price is quite affordable as well. will try them!

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  6. Love the herbal chicken. Food presentation look superb! Gosh! year of monkey not that outstanding for a tiger like me. isk isk isk

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  7. Chinese restaurant is a must for friend reunion dinner before CNY. Thanks for your recommendation.

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  8. The monkey at the yee sang looks so cute. All the food here mades me hungry.

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  9. That yee sang! Must book a table now, thanks!

    http://www.ranechin.com/

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  10. I love that yee sang! So unique!! The Osmanthus/Sweet Olives with Lemongrass Jelly making me drool now... so thirsty!

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  11. that yee sang is just so pretty... and wow... steamed pomfret... have not seen that in a while... wow.. usually it's all about garoupas or snappers or patin....

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  12. I love mushroom so much, the Double Boiled Fish Maw Soup with Black Mushrooms and Dried Scallops definitely caugth my eyes...
    By the way, all the dishes are look yummy as well.

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  13. The Lou Sang so cute! And the Deep-fried Prawns with Lemon Mayonnaise Sauce looks yummy =D

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  14. The monkey yee sang is so cute! hAPPY CNY!

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  15. So cute got monkey summore on the yee sang! And the lemongrass jelly looking yummy!

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  16. Got so many hotel to choose for CNY Gathering! The monkey is super cute too >< Food looks yummilicious too!

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  17. the monkey is absolutely adorable. definitely a crowd pleaser. and yes to the dessert of Osmanthus/Sweet Olives with Lemongrass Jelly!

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  18. I love steamed fish and herbal soup

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  19. That monkey totally caught my eyes. OMG. You make me hungry :(

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  20. The monkey decoration at Lou sang so interesting. I have try Hilton food and is delicious but a bit pricey to me.

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  21. Of all the dishes I find that the Osmanthus/Sweet Olives with Lemongrass Jelly is the most refreshing and soothing.

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  22. i see a huge abalone.. oh my, i want one too! :D..

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  23. That yee sang plating is so awesome with cute monkey decoration somemore :)

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  24. the food arrangement is amazing the chefs really got artistic talent

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  25. Oh gosh the Yee Sang is so colorful, I feel like having one right now! Would love to go here with my friends and toss that around! :)

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  26. The monkey looks really cute! Yee sang forever!

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  27. Look so mouth-watering!! I am hungry now. Do they serve supper? Haha

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