Relish in Traditional Home-Made Yu Sheng & Wholesome Nian Gao
More festive feast awaits at Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur. Head over to Celestial Court to celebrate the Year of the Rooster and usher in the Lunar New Year with delightful festive set menus. The New Lunar year calls for bonding time with family, loved ones as well as friends. There’s no better moment than to gather for a feast to celebrate the new journey ahead as well as commemorate the year before.
Going all out, Chinese restaurant Chef Ho Boon have crafted 4 exclusive prosperity 9-course set menus filled with mouth-watering dishes to tempt all your senses. From Abundance, Fortune to Auspicious and Luxurious, diners will be savoring Chef Ho’s signatures in themed with the festivity.
Celestial Court, renowned for Cantonese cuisine, offers a beautiful elegant ambiance. From the main dining room themed in Oriental grandeur to the private rooms, the dining experience will further be elevated by the fine Cantonese cuisine by the culinary team at Celestial Court.
Celestial Court is offering a solid list of Yee Sang in their set menu as well as a la carte menu this year. Diners are spoilt for choice with a variety of yee sangs paired Sliced Abalone, Norwegian Salmon, crispy Soft Shell Crab, Snow Pear, Jelly Fish and Fresh Fruit served with various fruity dressings. Prices starts from RM88 and above.
The Yu Sheng with Norwegian Salmon Fish with Assorted Pickled Vegetable & Shredded Fresh Fruit Plum Sauce was quite classic but jazzed up with lots of fresh honeydew and cantaloupe. This version offers a vibrant freshness and juiciness from the fruits, making it easy to enjoy. The generous salmon slices are luscious and tasty.
Here’s to another year filled with abundance of everything good! Lou Ah…
The next course of Roasted Corn Fed Chicken with Spicy Onion Sauce was nothing new but definitely scrumptious with its crisp golden skin and tender meat. The lightly spiced up sauce has just the right balance of savory, sweet and spice note to make the chook delectable at every bite.
Chef Ho takes on a creative approach when it comes to seafood in the set menu. The Fragrant Golden Jin Sha Style Spicy Slipper Lobster is unusual and superb. The Slipper Lobster is tender and smothered in chef special Jin Sha style sauce which resembles our classic Kam Heong except its lighter and more saucy. Needless to say, the sauce is worth licking for…
Another dish that looked relatively simple but require skills to cook the scallops and shrimp well for the dish to shine. The Wok-Fried Fresh Scallop & Shrimps with Macadamia Nuts & Sweet Bean is executed with finesse with just the right doneness of the seafood and the delicate control of flavours. The scallops are so tender and sweet while the shrimps are bouncy and tasty. Coupled with the crunchy snow peas and nutty macadamia nuts, the dish is a sure crowd pleaser.
Every festive feast this season will always include much lavishness and this one is portrayed in the Braised Abalone Shell Meat with Scallop & Black Mushroom in Supreme Oyster Sauce. Both abalone shell slices and scallops crowned plump earthy Shitake mushrooms braised in rich oyster sauce. The dish is a classic done well and finished with florets of crunchy broccoli ring.
Celestial Court offers yet another unusual creation of Seasonal Vegetable with Morel Mushroom Topped with Diced Seafood. This was one of the prettiest dish this year and it taste even better than just being pretty at sight. Morel mushrooms are premium ingredient that are not easily available. Chef Ho managed to cook the morels till tender and aromatic. These were paired with Hong Kong Kailan covered with a generous prawn, scallop, crab meat and crab roe sauce. The flavours are superb and the mushrooms go so well with the greens and seafood sauce.
Dessert is classic and ends on a sweet note with a delectable old school Pan Fried Traditional Chinese New Year Cake.
In addition to the Year of the Rooster, Dim Sum Chef, Ken Liew have also created a special home-made ‘Nian Gao’, shaped as Koi Fish that symbolizes good fortune, success, prosperity and longevity. It is considered good luck to eat nian gao during this time, because ‘nian gao’ is a homonym for “higher year”. As such, eating ‘nian gao’ has the symbolism of raising oneself taller in each coming year (年年高升). Our special home-made ‘Nian Gao’ is available in 2 different size package – Twin Koi Fish priced at RM 88 nett per pack or 1-large Single Koi Fish priced at RM 118 nett per box.
Celestial Court CNY Set Menus
Table for 10 person
Set Menu comes with a complementary bottle of Sommelier’s wine
Abundance RM1788 nett
Fortune RM1888 nett
Auspicious RM2088 nett
Luxurious RM2488 nett
Celestial Court will be open during the Chinese New Year celebration from 17 Jan 2017 till 6 Feb 2017 for CNY lunch (12noon to 2.30pm), CNY Dinner (6.30pm to 10.30pm). On weekends during Chinese New Year weekends from 21 to 29 January 2017, the usual Dim Sum Brunch Buffet will not available but replaced with the CNY menu. Book your table today by contacting us at 03-2717 9900 ext. 6933 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. For real time reservations, visit http://www.celestialcourtrestaurant.com/
Also not to be missed is the spectacular Lion Dance performance which will take place on February 3rd, 2017 at 12.00pm at the Lobby of Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel. It is believed that when performed well, the lion dance chases away evil spirits, and at the same time opens the door for all good things: health, happiness, wealth and prosperity. So come on and join the momentous celebration and start off the year with good luck and fortune!
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur
Mon to Fri – Lunch 11.00am - 3.00pm, Dinner 6.30pm - 10.00pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays – Lunch 10.30am - 3.00pm, Dinner 6.30pm - 10.00pm
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