Sumptuous Chinese New Year Reunion Dinner at Genting Palace 2016

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If you are visiting Genting Highlands for celebrating Chinese New Year at the Resorts World Genting this year (2016). Whether you are with a family get-together or a meeting with business associates, you can look forward to a fabulous, and memorable Lunar New Year at the resort.



The weather in Genting Highlands is very cold, luckily I brought a thicker jacket.
Gentle reminder: Please remember to wear thicker clothes at Genting Highlands.


I have  something special to share with you, it's about a joyful, delicious, and sumptuous reunion dinner. I recommend you Genting Palace, their reunion dinner is so awesome. At Genting Palace, you have a selection of two of the menus.




Menu 1 is priced at RM1, 600 nett for a table of eight to ten people. The eight-course Menu 1 comprises Lucky Salmon Yee Sang, Double-boiled Free Range Chicken with Black Mushroom Consomme, Steamed Lampang Patin with Ginger, Japanese-style Salt and Pepper Prawns, Simmered Spare Ribs in Red Wine, Stewed Rice with Mince Meat and Scallions, New Year Pancake with Shredded Coconut, and Chilled Sea Coconut and Aloe Vera.

Menu 2 also costs RM1,600 and is for a table of seven to ten people. Prosperity Yee Sang with Japanese Tuna opens the meal, followed by Ginseng-infused Free Range Chicken Consomme, Steamed Tiger Grouper with Traditional Preserved Vegetables and Shrimp, Mangolion-style Baked Pork Belly and Ribs, Braised Dried Seafood with Longevity Moss, Fried Rice with Fresh Shrimp, Sweet Corn and Diced Vegetables, Chilled Sweetedned Aloe Vera and Gingko Nut with Korean Pear, and New Year Pancake with Red Bean and Shredded Coconut.


Let me share some of the food images with you:



I represent to you Lucky Salmon "Yee Sang" (L)
RM138.00


Closer look of Lucky Salmon "Yee Sang", my favorite is the salmon,
I am a salmon lover.


Meaning of the ingredients

When putting the Yee Sang on the table offers New Year greetings.


恭喜发财 (Gong Xi Fa Cai) meaning “Congratulations for your wealth” 万事如意 (Wan Shi Ru Yi) meaning “May all your wishes be fulfilled”

The fish is added, symbolising abundance and excess through the year. 年年有余 (Nian Nian You Yu) meaning “Abundance through the year”, as the word "fish" in Mandarin also sounds like "Abundance".

The pomelo or lime is added to the fish, adding luck and auspicious value. 大吉大利 Da Ji Da Li meaning “Good luck and smooth sailing”

Pepper is then dashed over in the hope of attracting more money and valuables. 招财进宝 Zhao Cai Jin Bao meaning “Attract wealth and treasures”

Then the oil is poured out, circling the ingredients and encouraging money to flow in from all directions. 一本万利 Yi Ben Wan Li meaning “Make 10,000 times of profit with your capital” 财源广进 Cai Yuan Guang Jin meaning “Numerous sources of wealth”

Carrots are added, indicating blessings of good luck. 鸿运当头 Hong Yun Dang Tou meaning “Good luck is approaching”. Carrot (红萝卜) is used as the first character 鸿 also sound like the Chinese character for red.

Then the shredded green radish is placed symbolising eternal youth. 青春常驻 Qing Chun Chang Zhu meaning “Forever young”. Green radish is used as the first character 青 also sound like the Chinese character for green.

After which the shredded white radish is added - prosperity in business and promotion at work. 风生水起 Feng Sheng Shui Qi meaning “Progress at a fast pace” 步步高升 Bu Bu Gao Sheng meaning “Reaching a higher level with each step”

The condiments are finally added.

First, peanut crumbs are dusted on the dish, symbolizing a household filled with gold and silver. 金银满屋 Jin Yin Man Wu meaning “Household filled with gold and silver”

Sesame seeds quickly follow symbolising a flourishing business. 生意兴隆 Sheng Yi Xing Long means “Prosperity in the business”

Yu Sheng sauce, usually plum sauce, is generously drizzled over everything. 甜甜蜜蜜 Tian Tian Mi Mi Meaning “May life always be sweet”[18]

Deep-fried flour crisps in the shape of golden pillows are then added with wishes that literally the whole floor would be filled with gold. 满地黄金 Man Di Huang Jin, meaning “Floor full of gold”


To understand more about Lou Sang/ Yee Sang, and its history, kindly click the link at below:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yusheng


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Double-Boiled Chicken Soup with American Ginseng
RM68.00 nett per order


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Braised Pork Knuckle & Baby Abalone with Sea Moss and Sea Cucumber
RM298.00 nett per order


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Steamed & Baked Mountain Chicken with Chinese Herbs & Red Dates
RM168.00 nett per nos


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Pan-fried River King Prawns "Vietnam" Style
RM188.00 nett per order
These prawns are delicious


How to eat the prawns?
Look at Chef poured the sour on it in X shape


And it's cracked into 4, you may eat now ^_^



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Stewed Preserved Meat with Arrowhead Fried Rice
RM45.00 nett per order


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Chilled Creamy Green Tea Cake
RM26.00 nett per order
For chilled cake - this is my favorite


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Red Bean Chilled Cake


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Osmanthus Cake/ Kwai Fah Gou (Cantonese)


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Introduce you the man behind all these dishes:
Chef Jacky Yap



He is a very patient and kind person, thank you Chef for sitting with us and explained in details about all the foods he served as above.


Thanks to our Genting PR Eric Moo for the arrangement and spending time with us, this is a group photo of Eric and all of the bloggers, nice to meet all of you, hope to see you all again.

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Pineapple Tarts

Will be sold at Resorts World Genting from 16th January to 22nd February 2016.
We sampled them, and they were big and delicious, not too sweet, just nice, I love it.


They are available at the various kiosks stationed:
  1. Genting Palace (Level 2, Genting Grand)
  2. Good Friends Restaurant (Level 2, Maxims)
  3. Hainan Kitchen (Level 2, First World Plaza)


Two sizes are available:
  1. 20 pieces in an airtight container priced at RM35 nett
  2. 12 pieces in a red lid container priced at RM25 nett.


Genting Palace opens:
12pm to 2.30pm (lunch)
6pm to 9.30pm (dinner)


For more information, please call 03-27181118 or log on to www.rwgenting.com


Photos taken by me, are taken from my iPhone 5s
* Photos are for illustration purpose only.

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10 comments

  1. Wow!! Amazing food fare..Photos are so tempting.

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  2. nice place to dine. I haven't go try the food there yet.

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  3. I love the idea of having my reunion in Genting but my family is not willing to come along...And so, this CNY will see me celebrating in Ipoh.

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  4. LOL everything looks so delicious. I love to try that Vietnamese style prawns. Haven't been to Genting for a while. Shall check this out for my next Genting trip.

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  5. Everythings looks so yummy! I love the way the prawn served! Super creative. Have to visit Genting sometime again =D

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  6. I haven't had the chance to try the food at Genting Palace there... must do so sometime... the food looks pretty good and from what you mention, I think it is surely appetizing

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  7. Interesting, didn't know Genting have decent looking food. Always felt that they are mostly cooking for tourist so everything operates like a factory churning out food by the thousands for higher price than what we pay in KL.

    The roads though is still fun to drive on. Except now there's more speed bumps on the downhill which is a drag. :(

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  8. everything look nyummy! Good choice to come there with bus. Never have courage to drive there T_T

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  9. fun trip right?
    I especially like the cold weather there to relax while dining :D

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  10. Oh wow the prawns dish look amazing - definitely worth the drive there. Great dishes dear!

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