Friday, 6 January 2012

Ee Chinese Cuisine 颐 @ Eastin Hotel, Petaling Jaya

Ee Chinese Cuisine 颐 @ Eastin Hotel, Petaling Jaya

Right after Christmas shopping, are you ready for another round Chinese New Year shopping? Well, the time is less than 2 week to celebrate Chinese New Year. Did you plan a trip, party or just spend holiday at home during CNY holiday? Back to topic, The Ee Chinese Cuisine from Eastin Hotel was proudly showcasing their Chinese New Year dish from their Master Chef Yong. Their Yee Sang is starting from 1 Jan - 6 Feb 2012 while the Reunion dinner is available from 1 Jan - 22 Jan 2012. 





Toss for the glorious advent of the Dragon Year, 2012 on the seventh day of te Chinese New Year at The Eastin Petaling Jaya. In celebration of the festive spirit, this year promises success and fortune to be blessed with good health. Therefore, before the great new year starting, starts with a great meal first.
Master Chef Yong
I begin my starter with this deep fried salmon skin which is crispy and crunchy. Nice! 
So, usher in the magnificent New Year with "Lou Sang" at their Ee Chinese Cuisine to an abundance of happiness, success and health with their selection of Yee Sang for you to choose from. Be in for a surprise when their Master Chef Yong offers you six delicious combination of Yee Sang : 
  1. Sliced Abalone Yee Sang
  2. Japanese Scallops & Rice Crackers Yee Sang
  3. White Tuna & Rice Crackers Yee Sang
  4. Salmon & Rice Crackers Yee Sang 
  5. Fresh Seaweed & Pear Yee Sang (Vegetarian) 
which will guarantee to spur your appetite! Price starting at RM68++ for half portion of the vegetarian Yee Sang to RM268++ for a whole portion of sliced Abalone Yee Sang, you will definitely be spoilt for choicest.




Lou Sang Processing

For a reunion dinner, Chef Yong has created 3 fabulous set menus for you to choose from, guaranteeing a gastronomic experiences. With dished such as Double boiled Superior Shark's Fin with Supreme Ginseng & Fish Maw, beautifully Roasted Whole Suckling Pig, Steamed Marble Goby Fish in Soya Sauce and delightful traditional dessert; Double boiled Snow Fungus with Lotus Seed, Sweetened Sweet Corn with Pumpkin Puree, and Sweetened Red Bean soup, just to name a few would ensure a memorable reunion dinner with your family and friends.
Double Boiled Shark's Bone with Deluxe Shark's Fin with Fish Maw
Fish Maw is really well-cooked and tender. The soup combined the essence of shark fin and fish maw People said fish maw is good for skin, so can't waste it, I drink till last drop! 
Stir- Fried Prawns with Seasonal Green and Scallop Roll
The "nest" is built by fried mee sua,  it is very crispy ad crunchy although it is not playing the leading role in the dish.Meanwhile, the peeled prawns are stirred fried with seasonal green, the prawn still remain its springy texture. The other main role of the dish-- scallop, is wrapped by crispy fried mee sua,  it gives double texture to the dish, the crispy outside but the scallop is fresh and soft inside.
Steamed "Qing Yuan' Village Chicken
It is said that village chicken did more exercise by walking around,  thus the texture of the meat is more chewy.  And I believe this kind of village chicken is more organic,  as they were not brought up by using those chemical food. so the chicken is delicious, although it is just steamed with some salt and soy bean sauce,  the original flavour is retained.
Braised Dried Seafood Bag with Broccoli
I think Chinese will like to have this dishes during reunion,  as the "bag" resembles that our pocket will always be filled up by money and treasure. Give a big clap to the chef for his creativity. The seafood in the bag is juicy and the gravy is flowed in my mouth! Indeed a wonderful experience.
Steamed Century Garoupa Traditional Style
The same theory of the way of cooking chicken applied here too,  when you have the fresh and the finest ingredient, too much seasoning would be redundant. Thus by having the fresh fish, the chef chooses to steam the century garoupa in the traditional way, by putting soy bean sauce and ginger, to maintain its freshness and the original flavour.
Stewed Fragrant Rice with Preserved Meat
Various preserved meat. Clay pot rice is always well matched with the preserved meat,  as the preserved meat add on some fragrance to the rice. 
Sweetened Red Bean Soup and Sesame Ball

A traditional Cantonese dessert-- red bean soup, to dull to have the red bean soup alone? never mind, it is accompanied by sesame ball. The dessert resembles that your coming year will be sweet and full with happiness, and rolling up your fortune!

The Reunion set menu starts from RM1388++ and RM1788++ for a table of 10 persons. As for the price of RM2288++ for a table of 10, your guest will be in for a treat as they will will present to them with a special gift, to make it a night to be remembered. They also have set menu options for smaller group; RM518++ per table of 4 persons and RM818++ per table of 6 person.

Do head out to Ee and have the pleasure in tossing to ensure good health, wealth and happiness throughout the year while enjoying the sumptuous culinary feast prepared for this special occasion! Please call 03-76287338 to make your reservation now.

May the celestial Dragon bring good luck and great wealth to everyone.


Address : Ee Chinese Cuisine  @ Eastin Hotel
13,  Jalan 16/11, Pusat Dagang Seksyen 16, 
46350 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
(Located on the ground floor of the Eastin Hotel)
GPS : N03 07.591'  E101 38.698'

Business Hours
Lunch : 12.00 noon - 2.30pm (Mondays to Saturdays)
10.00am - 2.30pm (Sundays & Public Holidays)
Dinner : 6.30pm - 10.30pm (Daily)

Tel +603-76287338


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13 comments:

  1. It was truly an awesome CNY menu!! ;0)

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  2. @fooddream Truly believe that.. preserved meat is good!

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  3. @smallkucing Wow.. Hope u like it..

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  4. WAH! Keong hii huat chai ahh!! ^^

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  5. @Meitzeu Ya.. taste great too..

    @eunice Gong Hei Fatt CHoy!

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  6. sesame balls! I want sesame balls! :)

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  7. @merryn Sesame balls with red bean soup..

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  8. awww, i have yet to lou sang!

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  9. @aiwei Wah.. Must have least one before Chinese NEW year end...Some symbolic of Luck.. hehe

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  10. I read Goby fish and suckling pig! now that's waht I would want!

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  11. @rebecca I also what time.. but not now.. sad case!

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