Featuring three ‘Yee Sang’ choices, The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (the Centre) is
celebrating the Year of the Metal Ox with a delightful festive menu for a safe and convenient
Reunion Dinner for this year Chinese New Year Eve.
The Reunion Dinner Menu offers a range of variety with its “Happy New Year” that comes with fresh salmon from RM40.00 for a small portion or RM80.00 for a large; “Dual Happiness & Prosperity” with fresh salmon and jellyfish for RM48.00 and RM98.00; and “Golden Symphony” with fresh salmon, abalone and gold dust for RM98.00 and RM188.00 per set.
There are also the specially crafted a-la-carte menu offers such as the “Prosperity Abalone Treasure Pot”, starting from RM188.00; Roast “Sesame Chicken” or “Pei Pa Duck” whole from RM60.00; “Chinese Style Barbeque Chicken” at RM38.00 per portion; “Deep-Fried Snapper” topped with a spicy citrus cream sauce and pickled mango for RM138.00; “Asian Spiced Grouper” cooked with pineapple and coconut milk for RM198.00; “Eight Treasure Rice” wrapped in lotus leaf from RM38.00 for a large portion; and the “Lunar Prosperity Noodles” at RM48.00.
Grand reunion dinners on the eve of the Lunar New Year is an age-old tradition and a moment of bonding for families near and far alike.
Festivities have drastically changed due to the ever-evolving pandemic and the Centre’s aim is to offer relief to our customers, partners and the public, so they are able to celebrate this prosperous and joyous occasion in the safest, most convenient and authentic manner possible without missing the true spirit of the celebration.
It’s very simple to order, just contact the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and their team will take care of the rest!
Do note that orders need to be placed before 12.00pm on Tuesday, 9 February 2021 and will be delivered or available for collection from the Centre on Wednesday, 10 February and
Thursday, 11 February.
To order; call +603 2333 2866, WhatsApp +60123103621 or email
email@example.com whichever that are convenient for you.
The Centre’s Chinese Master Chef, Andrew Lee Then Poo, also shared, “We would like to wish everyone a safe and joyous Chinese New Year.