Published on December 20th, 2008 | by email2me16
Early “Lou Sang” at Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel Kuala Lumpur
Braised Dried Oysters with “Fatt Choy”, Top Shell and Sea Cucumber in Wok-fried Greens – Rating 5/5 at RM168 [Large], RM128[Medium], RM88[Small]
This 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.
Steamed 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.
Deep Fried Battered Prawns Tossed With Fresh Lime Dressing – Rating 5/5 at RM118[L], RM88[M], RM58[S]