CORUS HOTEL KUALA LUMPUR
Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2161 8888 ext 123 (Dondang Sayang)
ext 121 (Komura)
ext 127 (Ming Palace)
Business hours: noon-2.30pm (lunch) and
6,30pm-10pm (dinner) for Komura and Ming Palace
but the latter is opened from 9.00am on weekends and public holidays.
TAKE your pick from Japanese cuisine, Chinese fare or local delicacies this Father’s Day at Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
Treat your dad to a buffet high-tea at Dondang Sayang Coffee House, from noon to 4pm on Father’s Day for a selection of local favourites like satay, Asam Laksa, Popiah as well as Fish Tandoori, Spicy Lamb Kebab and pasta.
Those with a sweet tooth can satisfy their cravings at the dessert corner which offers assorted kuih-muih, cakes, ice-creams as well as hot and cold sweet porridges.
There will be activities in store such a ‘Father & Son Look-Alike Contest” and “How Well Do You Know Your Father”?
Stanley the clown will entertain with magic tricks and performances.
All fathers will be given door gifts, a Latte Machiato Cake, a framed family photo for remembrance, and be in the running for the lucky draw. There will also be a cake-cutting ceremony for all fathers.
Adults pay RM65++ and kids pay RM35++.
If your father is a fan of Japanese cuisine, then head to Komura Japanese Restaurant for the Eat-All-U-Can promotion.
Be spoilt for choice with the array of yakimono (grilled dish), agemono (fried dish), sashimi, noodles, sunomono (vinegard dish), nimono (boiled dish), teppanyaki and sushi.
The restaurant manager said the salmon was imported from Norway, beef and scallops from Indonesia, eel from Taiwan, and the herbs and vegetables were from Cameron Highlands.
The restaurant also makes its own Green Tea Ice Cream with Red Bean and Sesame Ice Cream.
RM10 will be charged on substantial food wastage so don’t order more than you can eat.
RM98++ per adult and RM68++ per child.
If your dad prefers Chinese cuisine, then go for Ming Palace’s Special Peking Duck menu or Best Value Dim Sum & Cantonese Set Cuisine.
Savour the crisp skin and tender meat of the Roasted Peking Duck paired with dishes like Double Boiled Superior Shark Fin with Black Chicken and Ginseng, Braised Soya Beancurd with Crab Meat in Pumpkin Sauce, seafood combination of Soft Shell Crab and Prawn Salad and Steamed Cod Fish-Unicorn Style.
For the Peking duck promo, priced at RM98++ per adult and RM63++ per child, two fathers dine for free for every table of 10 persons and receive a complimentary box of Changbai Mountain Ginseng worth RM150. A minimum of four persons per table is required.
For the dim sum promo, priced at RM38++ per person, a complimentary framed family photograph is available during lunch on Sunday.
Executive Chinese chef Chun Siew Seng and dim sum chef Ooi Eng Lam will be dishing out dim sum and Cantonese dishes in six set menus. The promo is extended till August due to positive feedback from customers.
The menus consist of three to four types of dim sum, soups, seafood, meat and vegetables dishes, accompanied by steamed rice and fruits.
My personal favourite was the grilled salmon, an unusual choice in a Cantonese menu, as I did not have to worry about bones.
This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.