Dynasty Restaurant serves a flavourful non-halal meal
First Floor, East Wing,
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel,
Corner of Jalan Sultan Ismail
and Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2162 2233
Business hours: Noon to 2.30pm, 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
AS MORE restaurants move towards serving pork-free dishes, those wanting to dine at a non-halal venue can rely on Dynasty Restaurant for flavourful treat of the senses.
This Chinese New Year, satisfy your pork cravings with a meal at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel’s Chinese restaurant.
Sample the restaurant’s seven Chinese New Year set menus as well as its extensive poon choy and dim sum menus which are available until March 5.
Executive sous chef Kok Chee Kin said this year’s menus heavily emphasised pork.
“These days, you will find that there are fewer hotels serving pork, but we still have customers who want to eat it without having to go to hawker stalls.
“With our menus, diners can enjoy quality ingredients in a nice ambience,” he said.
However, those who want to experience the dishes guilt-free can try the restaurant’s healthier yee sang option — the Fruity Fiesta Yee Sang. It offers a refreshing topping of diced strawberry, mango, blueberries, green apple and pomelo.
The yee sang is available in five other variations highlighting different seafood — Fu Kwei Abalone Yee Sang, Salmon Yee Sang, Hokkaido Scallop Yee Sang, Abalone and Salmon Yee Sang and Lobster and Salmon Yee Sang.
The yee sang is priced from RM88++ to RM208++ for dine-ins while takeaways are priced from RM95 nett to RM238 nett.
Dynasty Restaurant will be featuring three festive set menus, namely the Happiness Set, Fortune Set and Longevity Set, which are priced at RM1,338++, RM1,638++, and RM2,288++per table of 10 persons, respectively.
The Happiness Set includes Ocean Treasure Broth with Sun-Dried Scallop; Sun-Dried Oyster, Fatt Choy, Flower Mushrooms and Pork Meat; Steamed Live Sea Grouper with Garlic, Ginger and Chili; Roasted Crispy Farm Chicken; Braised Pork Knuckle with Fresh Mushrooms and Sea Cucumber and Wok-Fried Rice with Prawns and Golden Scallop.
The Fortune Set offers the Fortune Combination Platter; Sun-Dried Scallop, Crabmeat and Dried Seafood Broth; Fatt Choy, Whole Dried Scallop and Garlic; Steamed Live Tiger Dragon Grouper with Scallion and Ginger; Braised Pork Knuckle with Fresh Mushrooms and Sea Cucumber, and Wok-Fried Glutinous Rice with Assorted Wax Meat.
The Longevity Set has Dynasty Emperor Sea Treasure Soup; Barbecued Suckling Pig; Abalone, Dried Oyster, Whole Conpoy and Fish Maw; Roasted Crispy Farm Chicken; Steamed Live Soon Hock, Homemade Soy and Cilantro, and Glutinous Rice with Assorted Waxed Meat and Shell Abalone.
Kok has also created several menus for an intimate meal of two to a party of six priced at RM388++ and RM808++, respectively.
For dessert, all the sets feature Double Boiled ‘Lok Mei’ with Aloe Vera and Glutinous Dumpling as well as Dynasty Fortune Pastries.
The restaurant’s Poon Choy dish Dynasty’s Treasure Pot of Prosperity and Abalone Treasure Pot of Prosperity are priced at RM338++ and RM748++ respectively. They include symbolic ingredients such as sun-dried scallop, fish maw, coral clam, flower mushroom, roasted pork, money bag, sea cucumber, farm chicken, vegetable and tiger prawns.
This is the writer’s observation and not an endorsement by StarMetro.