Where to Eat for Chinese New Year 2015: Si Chuan Dou Hua

So, where to eat for the upcoming Chinese New Year’s reunion dinner
2015? My husband and I managed to go around a lil bit and we thought Si Chuan Dou Hua, Parkroyal KL is offering quite a few surprises from their kitchen for the year of goat.

Si Chuan Dou Hua is offering extensive variety of delicious dishes. From 5th February – 5th March 2015, for both lunch & dinner, all diners will get to enjoy 10 different sets of Chinese dishes. They are as follows:

58.00 nett per table of 2 persons

Golden Happiness RM188.00 nett per table of 2 persons

Auspicious Blessing RM488.00 nett per table of 4 persons

Blissful Happiness RM688.00 nett per table of 6 persons

Happy & Prosperous RM1288.00 nett per table of 10 persons

Smiles of Fortune RM1388.00 nett per table of 10 persons

Golden Prosperity RM1688.00 nett per table of 10 persons

Bountiful Wealth RM1988.00 nett per table of 10 persons

Prosperous Blessing RM2188.00 nett per table of 10 persons

Vegetarian Abundance RM1188.00 nett per table of 10 persons

* Each set comes with 1 serving of yee sang (different set, different types of yee sang), 4-6 dishes + 2 desserts

Here are some of the dishes that my family and I managed to sample:

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Barbeque Lamb Yee Sang (RM98.00 nett/half portion or RM148.00 nett/full portion)

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BBQ lamb slices are served with this Yee sang.

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Those who are adventurous will be pleased with this but will shock the traditionalists. The combination is a bit weird for me but of course there are still other options of yee sang like salmon, jellyfish, abalone, soft shell crab, shark’s fins, tropical fruits, & even vegetarian goose (RM58.00 nett – RM128.00 nett/half portion or RM98.00 nett – RM238.00 nett/full portion)

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Double-Boiled Shark’s Fin Soup with Sea Treasures & Fresh Scallop

Environmentalists will scorn , buy was my favourite dish that. It tastes different from the usual shark’s fins soup as this one is rich, slightly creamy. Very flavourful and filled with oceanic goodness.

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Steamed Village Chicken with Dried Seafood & Chinese Herbs. The combination of herbs with the chicken were well balanced, and I was really surprised with this dish as I am not a fan of anything herbal. The chicken was tender, well-flavoured and has a springy texture.

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Stir-Fried Large Prawns with Egg White served with Fresh Iceberg Lettuce

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Served with lettuce leaves, the prawns were fresh and well-cooked. Not quite a traditional Chinese New Year’s dish, but this one’s rather well executed.

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Braised Seasonal Vegetables, Beancurd & Dried Oysters with Pumpkin. I took a glance at this dish and mistook it for dessert. Looks can be deceiving. This is actually a savoury dish. The white stuff is thinly beancurd while the orange ones are pumpkin. The stir-fried dried oysters, “fatt choy”, water chestnuts, carrots and sweet peas were lying in a bed of broth in the middle and is certainly full of surprises.

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Fried Rice with Black Mushrooms, Lotus Seeds & Smoked Duck. Fried rice with black mushrooms, lotus seeds and smoked duck! Very flavourful and delicious and would not mind seconds if my stomach was not already full.

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Chilled Mango & Pomelo Sago. Those with sweet tooth will appreciate this. But this creamy chilled blended mangoes with vanilla ice-cream, pieces of mangoes and pomelo flesh is too sweet to my liking.

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Steamed Nian Gao with Crispy Oats was all right, but after the cloyingly sweet dessert earlier, this pale in comparison in terms of sweetness. But…if you like mochi, then you will like this.

Si Chuan Dou Hua has definitely outdone themselves this time and the Chinese New Year’s dishes are not exactly traditional. I enjoyed it very much and those who are adventurous will definitely appreciate this.

Wanna dine there this Chinese New Yea Below is the details for your reference:

Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant
PARKROYAL Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia.
Tel: (+603) 2147 0088
Fax: (+603) 2782 8455
Email: [email protected]
URL: www.sichuandouhua.com
Business hours: Daily from 12:00p.m. – 2:30p.m. (lunch) & 6:30p.m. – 10:30p.m. (dinner)