Published on August 9th, 2012 | by email2me3
HILTON Petaling Jaya Introducing Refreshed A La Carte Menu At Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant Together With An Elegant Collection of Mooncakes 2012
Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant, Hilton Petaling Jaya explores the authenticity of Chinese cuisine with a local, personal touch, by crafting an extensive a la carte menu with recipes from China and the restaurant regulars’ all-time favourites.
Retaining one main concept from previous menu, Master Chef Lee emphasizes a healthy menu which consists of fresh ingredients and Chinese herbs. He, however, has added something new by introducing traditional Chinese fare to local food lovers, as a result of his fruitful travel and culinary learning in China. To get the best out of the taste, Chef Lee also keeps the natural flavours and refrains from using artificial preservatives and additives.
Chilled Pacific Clam with Salsa
Tangy salsa topped with Chilled Pacific Clam brings out the appetite in you for a start. It is a perfect choice where sour taste always make you want more food. The serving style also kinda cool which hardly Chinese restaurant serve this resemble a fine dine way.
Offering the guests a sense of ease, Chef Lee has kept a simple approach to the Chinese authentic delicacies, with minimal adjustment to local taste buds. Some of these delicacies include Pan Fried Lamb Rack with Mongolian Sauce, Deep Fried Lamb with Cumin and dried Chilli, Szechuan Hot and Sour Soup, Steamed Fish with Dried Mandarin Skin Sauce, Deep Fried Fish with “Yu Feng” Ginger Sauce and many more.
Deep Fried Lamb with Cumin & Dried Chili
The lamb were tender and filled with the marination sauce flavours. I am not a lamb person but this, I love it! A reasonable accepted level of smell with a lots of peppercorn and dried chillis balance the overall taste.
Deep Fried Soft Shell Crab with Garlic & Chicken Floss
Fresh and quality ingredients are selected carefully to conjure mouth-watering dishes. For example, Chef Lee opted for more fresh fish and even included local fish such as Sarawak River Patin in the menu. Apart from it, herbs are also used liberally particularly in Chinese soup. Speaking of the wisdom of Chinese kitchen, one shall not miss the soup as it is an integral part of Asian diet. The nourishing Chinese herbal soup such as Double Boiled Black Chicken with Ginseng Tails Soup and Double Boiled Dried Scallops with Saffron moisture the lungs and skin, replenish nutrients and are good for digestion.
Double Boiled Village Chicken with “Chong Cao Hua” (Cordyceps) Soup
Double Boiled Village Chicken with “Chong Cao Hua” (Cordyceps) Soup replenish the nutrients in your body. A warm bowl of soup in every Chinese cuisines make you feel warm at heart and healthy at the same time. If you find that cordyceps are too strong for you, you can go for the Double Boiled Chicken with “Shi Hu” (Dendrobium Stem) Soup.
Double Boiled Chicken with “Shi Hu” (Dendrobium Stem) Soup
Double Boiled Chicken with “Shi Hu” (Dendrobium Stem) Soup
Braised Sea Cucumber with Flower Mushroom & Abalone Sauce
Steamed Canadian Black Cod Fish with “Yu Feng” Ginger Sauce
Thick cut of succulent black cod steamed and laden with special ginger mix on top! A must order for fish lover. The fish fillet were juicy and the superior soya sauce brings out the dish to its full potential.
Sautéed Fresh Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk
Big bites of prawns sauteed and coated with salted egg yolk. At first I thought it was coated with cheese. But after bite on them, ohh la la! The fragrant of salted egg yolks flooded my mouth with its richness.
Sautéed “Gong Bao” Vegetable Chicken with Yam Ring
When we were there, this dish I would say is the most ordered on every tables. This is a dish where it combines a few nuts, beans, vege and chicken served on a deep fried yam ring resemble a birds nest. You can eat the whole thing! The yam ring were crispy and tasty.
Deep Fried Smoked Duck with Fruit Sauce
The portion may look small to you but the taste is big! I never tried pairing smoked duck with fruit sauce but this one made it taste like a Spanish tapas that are good to eat in any occasion.
Sautéed Venison Slice with Chinese Croissants & Cumin
Deep Fried Banana with Strawberry & Cheese Cake
“While we hope to get the taste as closed as to the traditional dishes in China, we also made some changes to the ingredients used, so that the dishes such as Xinjiang Fried Rice with Diced Chicken will appeal to all Malaysian taste buds” said Chef Lee, whose experience spans over 10 years in exploring the depth of Chinese culinary tradition and culture.
Adding to the already impressive famed Dim Sum menu, the new a la carte menu of Toh Yuen is pleasing to the palate, health and easy to appreciate. Providing an oriental feel and a sense of tranquility, dining at Toh Yuen is perfect for family, friends gathering and business associates’ casual meeting. Available daily for lunch and dinner.
For reservations, please call 03-7955 9122 extn 4073/4. Visit Hilton PJ’s F&B blog, www.ZestPJ.com for the latest F&B promotions and entertainment scenes. Also, visit www.petaling-jaya.hilton.com for more information on Hilton PJ’s other products and services.
Aside from the new ala carte menu, it is time to start planning for your mooncake giftings. Time are not far away from the celebration which you don’t want to make last minute order where everything run out of choices.
Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant of Hilton Petaling Jaya celebrates the joyful Mid-autumn Festival with its new range of robustly flavoured snowskin selections and premium baked mooncakes from 1th August till 30th September 2012.
Perfecting the art of gifting, the handcrafted mooncakes are elegantly packaged with an oriental flair in three vibrant themes – red and black, turquoise and green. It is an ideal gift for business associates, friends and family to convey one’s warm greetings and heartfelt wishes.
Snow Skin Mooncake with Yam and Strawberry
Snow Skin Mooncake with Red Bean and Banana
Snow Skin Mooncake with Pumpkin and Pandan Paste
Snow Skin Mooncake with Lotus Paste and Sunflower Seeds
Snow Skin Mooncake with Green Tea and Cheese Cake
Snow Skin Mooncake with Durian Paste