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Monday, 18 November 2019

PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL SUMMER PALACE RESTAURANT YEAR END "SAU GONG" SET MENU

PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL 
SUMMER PALACE RESTAURANT
YEAR-END "SAU GONG" SET MENUS 
Year-End 'Sau Gong' Menus To Wrap Up The Year's Fortune & Toss Towards A Fruitful New Year 2020
PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL SUMMER PALACE RESTAURANT 
YEAR-END "SAU GONG" SET MENU 

The time of the year has arrived for a good treat with bosses and colleagues to wrap up the company's good fortune and toss towards a more prosperous and fruitful New Year in 2020. Nothing pays off the hard work and says “Thank you!” like a yummy fulfilling “Sau Gong” meal. Read on for more...

Photo With New Chef James

Having a grand meal together or to 'Sau Gong' is a practice Malaysian look forward to before ushering in Chinese New Year. Show your appreciation and reward them for the good year it has been and a well wish for the New Year with Summer Palace Restaurant’s Sau Gong Year End Offers.


A Short Video Of The 'Sau Gong Menu' 


PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL 
SUMMER PALACE RESTAURANT 
IOI RESORT CITY
62502 Sepang Utara
Selangor
Telephone: 603-8949 8888
Fax: 603-8943 3193
Longevity Sau Gong Menu
RM 1688 Per Table

With this in mind, SUMMER PALACE CHINESE RESTAURANT in PUTRAJAYA MARRIOTT HOTEL is offering its SAU GONG MENU from 1st December to 31st December 2019. 


Chinese Master Chef James

Treat colleagues, friends and families to one of three specially prepared menus by Chinese Master Chef James to start off the festivities on a right note and bring people together just before Chinese New Year. 

There are Three 'Sau Gong' Set Menus (9 Course) to choose from as follows:
  • ‘Auspicious’ Sau Gong Menu @ RM 1,388nett per table of 10 persons
  • ‘Longevity’ Sau Gong Menu @ RM 1,688nett per table of 10 persons 
  • ‘Abundance’ Sau Gong Menu @ RM 2,288nett per table of 10 persons 

Each of the Auspicious, Longevity and Abundance Sau Gong menu includes a bottle of House Wine.


A Snippet Of Our Joyful Yee Sang Toss

To get things started on the festive note, we were treated to the Prosperity Salmon 'Yee Sang'. Well, I was pretty excited to join into the fun of tossing the Yee Sang and uttering auspicious wishes together with my dining friends that day.

Prosperity Salmon 'Yee Sang'
 
The salmon was super fresh and it goes well with the crunchy texture of carrots, turnips, red pickled ginger, toasted sesame seeds, crushed peanuts and cracker, all mixed with sweet and sour plum sauce. 

I also found that Chef James must have been very meticulous and pay extra details to prepare for the perfectly shredded carrot and radishes. The cuts are precise and define, with a nice texture to bring out the crunchiness on the vegetables!

Double Boiled Chicken Soup With Abalone & Boletus Fungus

Always a top favourite of mine in any Chinese restaurants has to be their soup offering on the menu. Double Boiled Chicken Soup With Abalone & Boletus Fungus is a traditional classic hearty chicken soup ~ Prepared with a base of chicken stock, the broth is then double-boiled for over six hours, to allow the special ingredient of Boletus fungus and stock to fully merge before serving. 

Upclose Video Of The South African Abalone

According to Chef James, he hand-picked Boletus fungus for its medicinal values and flavours resulting in an aromatic soup that captures the taste buds with its full-bodied flavours.


Roasted Farm Chicken Marinated With Ginger & Five Spice

To satisfy any chicken-lover, Chef James as also come up with the Roasted Farm Chicken Marinated With Ginger & Five-Spice dish. 

Personal Favourite Of Mine

Comprising of well-marinated tender and juicy chicken fragrant with the five-spice flavour, the roasted white sesame seeds saturated the yielding chicken skin and this gives it an extra nutty taste and crunchy texture. An impressive and well-executed dish indeed!  

Steamed Grouper With Ginger, Ears Fungus & Superior Soy Sauce

Moving on, we were served a delicate steamed fish dish - a must in most Chinese New Year banquet courses. Theirs was the Steamed Grouper With Ginger, Ears Fungus & Superior Soy Sauce. The grouper's creamy, fatty richness was enhanced by the sponge-like ears fungus which had soaked in the premium sauce and was perfect when eaten with the fish.

The tender fish is complemented by the light soy sauce, with the right amount of saltiness and ginger lending a pleasant piquancy to the overall taste. The hint of red dates and wolfberries also gave a nice contrasting note.

Wok Fried Tiger Prawn With Butter Cream & Salted Egg

Up next was the Wok Fried Tiger Prawn With Butter Cream & Salted Egg. Prawns is a must-have for its' auspicious reason as prawn in Cantonese sound like 'Har', hence the word represent happiness - the sound of laughing - Ha! Ha! Ha!

The prawns were fresh and dewy with the smooth buttery taste of the salted eggs yolk that enhanced the flavour of the prawns. 

Braised Sea Cucumber & Fish Maw With Broccoli

As part of the prosperity theme, there's the Braised Sea Cucumber & Fish Maw With Broccoli. Sea Cucumber in Chinese is called "Hoi Sum". This sound like the word happiness, which explains why this slug has such an auspicious reputation.

A subtle dish with the premium delicacy of both sea cucumber and fish maw served with broccoli for the added crunch is another dish that is deemed prosperous. 

Stir-Fried Egg Noodles With Assorted Mix  Seafood & Vegetable

Like all Chinse dinners, rice or noodles is a must and for their 'Sau Gong' Menu at Summer Palace, the Stir-Fried Egg Noodles With Assorted Mix  Seafood & Vegetable. 

Although the egg noodles itself is common fare, the generous portion of the assorted seafood of fish fillets, squid and big prawns makes the dish a memorable one.

 Chilled Sea Coconut Snow Fungus & Longan Dessert

For dessert, we tasted a cool treat of Chilled Sea Coconut Snow Fungus & Longan Dessert.  

Fancy Dessert Combination
 
Sesame Seed Dumplings - Chin Tui

Osmanthus Jelly With Shredded Coconut  

The Osmanthus Jelly With Shredded Coconut dessert came with a chewy texture of the jelly and was the perfect refreshment to end the meal with. 

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SUMMER PALACE
YEE SANG OFFERINGS
6 JAN – 10 FEB 2020
Begin the celebration by tossing towards a fantastic New Year with the Yee Sang Offerings available from 6 January – 10 February 2020. Available for dine-in or takeaway, select from a wondrous array of specially created Yee Sang sets such as:
  • Yee Sang Small Large Yee Sang with Jelly Fish, Crispy Fish Skin & Mixed Fruits RM68 (S) RM98 (L)
  • Yee Sang with Fresh Salmon Fish, Crispy Fish Skin and Mixed Fruits - RM98 (S) RM118 (L)
  • Yee Sang with Ice Fish with Ear Fungus, Crispy Fish Skin & Mixed Pickle - RM98 (S)  RM118 (L)
  • Yee Sang with Amaebi, Fresh Salmon Fish, Crispy Fish Skin & Mixed Fruits - RM108 (S) RM138 (L)
  • Yee Sang with Hokkaido Scallop, Crispy Fish Skin & Mixed Vegetables - RM128 (S) RM148 (L)
  • Yee Sang with Abalone, Cripsy Fish Skin & Mixed Fruits - RM148 (S) RM228 (L)
  • Yee Sang Whole Abalone with Amaebi, Crispy Fish Skin and Truffle Oil - RM158 (S) RM238 (L)

From 1st January 2020 – 10th February 2020, the Chinese New Year Prosperity Set Menus featuring a mix of classic dishes as well as Chef James specialities, become available for gatherings with friends and family. 

Take advantage of these special menus – Prosperity Menu A (RM 1,288nett per table of 10 persons), Prosperity Menu B (RM 1,688nett per table 10 persons) and Prosperity Menu C (RM 2,188nett per table of 10 persons). Menu B & C includes a bottle of House Wine or Sparkling Wine.


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