Early “Lou Sang” at Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur

tai zi heen 09.jpgBraised Dried Oysters with “Fatt Choy”, Top Shell and Sea Cucumber in Wok-fried Greens – Rating 5/5 at RM168 [Large], RM128[Medium], RM88[Small]

tai zi heen 11.jpgThis dish I guess no need much of the introduction. As usual, this is the favorite dish and mostly ordered in any banquets whether wedding or just on a simple dinner. In CNY this is served for the sake of prosperity meaning. “FATT CHOY” means Rich Vege in Cantonese from a direct translation.

tai zi heen 12.jpgSteamed Cod Fish with Pickled Radish and Garlic in Supreme Soya Sauce – Rating 5/5 at Market Price

This is the first time I try Cod Fish so thick in size. I do ask the chef why the size is cut till so thick and he tell me that in CNY there’s a motto “TAI YUE TAI YOKE” which means big fish big meat. After thinking back, true also ….. my mom did cook a big feast for us every year for the CNY lunch and dinner.

tai zi heen cny special 2009 26.jpgDeep Fried Battered Prawns Tossed With Fresh Lime Dressing – Rating 5/5 at RM118[L], RM88[M], RM58[S]

16 Replies to “Early “Lou Sang” at Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur”

  1. WOW! we really camwhore and really there for a marvellous treat, what a fantastic nite, great food and great company! Ricky looked like he is doing a magic show! lol!

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  2. BBO : ya lo …. Ricky’s creation are simply outstanding and the whole session was fun.

    Allie : more to come …. and merry Xmas to you too

    cariso : That is ladies favorite. Some of the ladies in that session had 2 servings.

    CK : Yes indeed ….

  3. Selba : You can expect that from an award winning restaurant. 😀

    PTP : I eat for FREE ok ? Then that even better for recession cause I no need to spend money. hahahaha

  4. I’m not a big fan of yee sang. Tossing noodles higher to ensure prosperity? How about working harder instead?!

    Yeah, I thought that the dim sum assortment looked “normal” at first, but when you start describing what they are really made of, it’s amazing. I think that if this really is premium Chinese cuisine, it should look like it, don’t you agree?

    Nates last blog post..Merry Christmas from House of Annie

  5. The food looks really amazing and I can see that u rated almost every single dish as 5/5. Must be really good. HAha… Wait till someone pays for my meal there first than I will go. Hehe.. BTw, Merry Belated Xmas!

  6. Steven : you still can collect meh ….. I thought start giving out?

    Nate : It is just a tradition …… I couldn’t agree more on the work harder part especially the current recession.

    May : Yea …… wish to Santa ….. hahahaha

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