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Spring Reunion Chinese New Year 2015 @ Tai Thong Group
09 Jan

Spring Reunion Chinese New Year 2015 @ Tai Thong Group

Tai Thong Group

Imperial Garden Restaurant
7th Floor, Intan Square, 3, Lorong Utara C, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel : 603-7956 6868
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Business Hours :
Mon – Sun


Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently had the early chance to sample some really nice authentic Cantonese cuisine for the Chinese New Year 2015 celebration prepared by the Tai Thong Group.

Spring time is a season of renewal, when new life springs forth after the cold and passiveness of winter. Similarly, Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, is a time of fresh beginnings, a time to celebrate family reunion with traditional delights, auspicious dishes and sumptuous feasts.

Under the theme ‘Spring Reunion: A Celebration’, Tai Thong Group introduces 5 new signature dishes for you and your loved ones to usher in the Year of Goat and indulge in.


Golden Treasure Poon Choy

The talented Group Executive Chef Lee Wee Hong has created Golden Treasure Poon Choy, a traditional Poon Choy with a contemporary Szechuan-inspired twist. Definitely a unique sensation for the taste buds, chef uses a fragrant sour and spicy sauce as the poon choy’s base, a must for those with an adventurous palate.

Priced at RM298++ for 5 pax and RM498++ for 10 pax, the Golden Treasure Poon Choy is filled with a treasure trove of assorted seafood, including fish maw, sea cucumber, squid, conpoy, tiger prawn dried oyster and fried fish ball, as well as roast duck, chicken, mustard leaf, eggplant, broccoli, radish, wheat gluten, mushroom, dried chili and lemongrass.

For pork lovers, customers can choose the Prosperity Poon Choy instead that loaded with baby cabbage, lotus root, radish, wheat gluten, pork knuckle, mushroom, fish maw, sea cucumber, conpoy, dried oyster, roast duch, chicken, tiger prawn, fried fish ball and broccoli, which selling the same price as Golden Treasure Poon Choy.

* Add on 3-Head Abalone (RM198 per piece) or 10-Head Abalone (RM18 per piece).
* Reservation has to be made 2 days in advance for dine-in or take away.
* Free take away pot and non-woven bag.
* Promotion from 1 January till 5 March 2015.


Double Happiness Yee Sang

Symbolic of good luck, prosperity, health and all things auspicious, Tai Thong’s Japanese-inspired Double Happiness Yee Sang has double the texture, and double the flavour, with added golden chicken floss and crispy Enoki mushrooms to please palates of all ages.

Golden Fortune Yee Sang

How about a guilt-free prosperity toss for this Spring Reunion? Back by popular demand, the 2015 version of healthy fruit-flavoured yee sang now includes sliced fresh star fruit, pumpkin seeds, chia seeds and black sesame, all to add more flavour and texture than ever before!

Both the Tai Thong Double Happiness Yee Sang and Golden Fortune Yee Sang are priced at RM68++ (half portion) and RM98++ (full portion) respectively. Customers can also choose to add on 3-Head Abalone (RM198 per piece), Shredded Abalone (RM68 per portion), Fresh Scallop (RM38 per portion), Chilled Jelly Fish (RM18 per portion), Tiger Prawn (RM38 per portion) or Crispy Cracker (RM6 per pack).


Mini Eight Treasures Rice

Priced at RM9.80++ per serving, the Mini Eight Treasures Rice or “ba bao fan” comprises of glutinous rice, pumpkin, lotus seeds, raisins, dried apricots, as well as red and green cherries, all drizzled with fragrant Osmanthus syrup.

A feast to the eyes as well as your taste buds, this classic sticky and sweet dessert has long been served during Chinese New Year celebrations with over 2000 years in making of history.


Sesame Ball with “Nian Gao” and Red Bean Paste

For a different take on classic ‘Nian Gao’, try the sesame-coated glutinous rice dumplings filled with two sweet and sticky flavours – velvety soft red bean paste and homemade classic ‘Nian Gao’. Each portion of 6 is priced at RM13.80++.


We had the clear double-boiled chicken soup with Chinese cordyceps, a nutritious soup to warm the tummy before digged into the delicious mains.

Chef cooked the sautéed scallops together with succulent prawns, crispy asparagus, crunchy nuts and fresh lily bulbs, a simple but flavor-packed dish with nice combination of different textures.

A classic signature Chinese New Year dish, fragrant claypot rice with different types of savory waxed meat.


Tai Thong’s Chinese New Year Set Menus are priced between RM498++ to RM1488++ for 6 pax and RM798++ to RM2398++ for 10 pax. For any 10 pax set menu chosen, Tai Thong is also giving out complimentary bottles of 640ml Asahi Beer. All Tai Thong Chinese New Year promotions end 5th March 2015.

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More photos (larger set menu pictures) at FOOD Malaysia facebook page, a Malaysian food blogger since 2010

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