In ushering the Year of the Tiger, I had the privilege to indulge in a traditional yet superb Cantonese delights prepared by Executive Chef Jason Tong at the Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion Kuala Lumpur!

Yee Sang at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Grand Palace’s Special ‘Yee Sang’ with Salmon

The restaurant’s set menu has festive items like Yee Sang, Buddha Jumps Over The Wall and Steamed Rice with Assorted Wax Meat.

Executive Chef Jason Tong is in charge of the Grand Palace Restaurant of the Palace Group which has three other restaurants including Imbi Palace, Klang Palace and Jaya Palace. His specialties have always been stewing and braising.

Executive Chef Jason Tong of Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Sticking to the tradition, the first dish of the Chinese New Year meal was the auspicious dish, Grand Palace’s Special ‘Yee Sang’ with Salmon. The multi colored assorted salads and ingredients were sliced thicker which gives more bite. The salad was then tossed with crispy crackers and the sweet sour plum sauce which coated the ingredients evenly.

Diners can choose to have the large serving of the Special ‘Yee Sang’ with Salmon at RM 68 or the small  portion at RM 48. If Salmon aren’t your favorite, Chef Jason can prepare other choices of Yee Sang including the Abalone Yee Sang which is priced at RM128.

Grand Palace’s Special ‘Yee Sang’ with Salmon at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Pan Fried Pomfret Fish With Soya Sauce – The double serving of Pomfret was fried and served separately with the soya sauce and garnished with cilantro and scallion.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Fresh Pomfret with an excellent bite!

One of the expensive dishes on the menu was the Palace Style Buddha Jump Over The Wall. The soup was fabulous with a thick piece of abalone, shark fin and fish maw. It was double boiled, with a fantastic earthy aroma in an individual bowl.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

What impressed me the most about this dish is that the fin comes in whole slab and not in strands. I love this warm hearty soup and finished it up within minutes.

Palace Style Buddha Jump Over The Wall at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Chef Jason has designed this special Chinese New Year menu incorporating the restaurant’s all-time favorite dish. His clay pot of Braised Sea Cucumber with Village Chicken comes along with a twist. He uses the farm chicken for a more enhanced taste.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

All the braised ingredients were bursting with flavor!

My personal favorite dish is their Steamed Rice with Assorted Wax Meat In Claypot. It has chunky pieces of waxed duck, liver sausage, pork sausage and waxed meat with fats that streaked within it, slightly fatty but yummy. I love the rice which included the amazing delicious gravy from the assorted wax meat.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

Not to be missed is the Superior Soup With Seasonal Vegetable…indeed a light dish to balance up the meal.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

The Dessert of Red Bean rounded up the meal very well with fragrance from the preserved orange peel ‘chan pei’. The sweetness was just right, not overly sweet.

Chinese New Year Menu at Grand Palace Restaurant @ Pavilion

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18 comments so far


So fast lou sang already ar?

January 17th, 2010 at 9:09 pm

That is an impressive premium Chinese menu, and wish we were there ! :)

January 18th, 2010 at 8:33 am

This is the place where put a stop on me… it looks so grand outside, the food must be really raelly pricey!!!!

January 18th, 2010 at 9:13 am

Dear CK,
Thanks for your food recommendation! Please kindly focus on Penang Food only!
Sorry to say that but your title is best of Penang food!

January 18th, 2010 at 9:40 am

keeyit – Haha…a bit early and hope to lou sang all the way to CNY.

backStreetGluttons – Do drop in this restaurant to celebrate this coming festive season.

NKOTB – As you can see from the prices of the Yee Sang, the prices are not that high. Do try it out on your next KL visit.

Helen – The main focus of my blog is of course on Penang Food but it is also nice to introduce different food from restaurants in other places on and off.

January 18th, 2010 at 10:05 am

yea! Lou sang! CNY mood d!

January 18th, 2010 at 10:19 am

Wow love to see you featuring more different flavours!

January 18th, 2010 at 10:28 am

wow everything looks very grand!!!!

January 18th, 2010 at 10:37 am

allie – Yeah…CNY is less than a month away.

Big Boys Oven – I will try my best to update my blog with many different type of food and flavors.

Duckie – The food were well presented and delicious.

January 18th, 2010 at 11:06 am

Looks good, but I prefer my pomfret steamed rather than fried.

January 18th, 2010 at 12:43 pm

yer..the food see also keep swallowing my saliva..especially the dish jump over the wall..

January 18th, 2010 at 4:22 pm

Buddha jump over the wall!!! *droooolllls*

January 18th, 2010 at 5:45 pm

hey ck lam…u makes me drooling now lah…even before cny ler…i saw the big abalone ler….darnnnnn

January 18th, 2010 at 6:50 pm

The one we had at Wang Chao can’t compare at all. Different standar, *sigh* :)

January 18th, 2010 at 9:58 pm

Hey! its look grand but bad communication with service staff.
Better look into for it !!!!

May 6th, 2010 at 2:03 am

i been to this grand palace already few time with my friend, the food overall was o.k but the myanmar worker got attitude problem lah !!!

May 6th, 2010 at 11:33 pm

I was having my dinner at Pavillion GP last weekend . But too bad , one of the dishes i order is unfresh ( hairy crab ) with stinky smell. So sad ……

December 4th, 2010 at 10:42 pm
Felicity Ibuh

Would like to have your email address

May 2nd, 2012 at 2:09 pm

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