Fortune Favors the Bold

At the beginning of every lunar new year – celebrated in several Asian countries and famously known for the Chinese New Year celebration aka Spring Festival, Chinese and Vietnamese communities worldwide light up with a fireworks display. Families gather for a reunion dinner. This year, however, may be different as the world is still battling the pandemic.

Despite the challenges, the Hilton Garden Inn KL South is determined to go ahead with its annual Chinese New Year offering – and who can blame them? The communities need an encouraging call to start the year fresh with positivity, mainly since the Year of the Ox represents diligence, honesty, strength, and determination. 

What sets them apart is that they understand the importance of honoring traditions, bringing families together, and the food’s significance at the reunion table. For example, fish at the dinner table represents ‘surplus’, signifying a wish for abundance; dumplings represent great wealth due to their shape like a Chinese gold coin, while noodles are all about longevity and smoothness. Not to mention the famous Malaysian Lou Sang, which is an opportunity for families and friends to make a toss for their wishes to come true.

Make a toss for fortune with the lou sang. Picture by Hilton

Suppose the covid-19 situation is managed, and authorities have declared that it is safe for all Malaysians to venture out again. In that case, communities deserve its big, beginning of the year opportunity to clink glasses and make a toss for good fortunes. It is worth looking into Hilton’s Honor Traditions, Renew Fortunes offering at:

Rooftop 25 Restaurant

Chinese New Year Celebration Set 

23 Jan – 20 Feb 2021 | 12.00pm – 10.00pm

RM98 nett per set for 2 persons

Special offer of RM68 nett for every second set for 2 persons

Each celebration is inclusive of 1 starter, 2 main courses and 1 dessert. Served with Mandarin Oranges

Starter Options

  • Crispy Fresh Yee Sang with Norwegian Smoked Salmon
  • Chicken Dumpling & Spring Roll
  • Golden Spicy Chicken Pops & Crispy Stuffed Tofu

Main Course Options

  • Longevity Noodle with Braised Seafood 
  • Curry Pan Mee 
  • Malaysian Herbs Fried Rice
  • Grilled Chicken Mushroom Burger

Dessert Options

  • Chilled Honeydew Sago Pomelo
  • Warm Chocolate Brownies

Ala-Carte Lunch & Dinner

1 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 | 12.00pm – 10.00pm

Curry Pan Mee – RM28 nett 

Egg noodle served with prawn, squids, chicken slice, poached egg and crispy tofu skin in aromatic lemongrass creamy curry soup

23 Jan – 28 Feb 2021 | 12.00pm – 10.00pm

Longevity Noodle with Braised Seafood – RM38 nett

Longevity noodle with prawns, squid, crabmeat, fish dumpling and green vegetable in seafood broth

Yee Sang

23 Jan – 20 Feb 2021 

Smoked Salmon Yee Sang – RM68 nett (for 2 – 3 persons) | RM118 nett (for 4 – 5 persons)

Crispy Fresh Yee Sang accompanied with prosperity toss salad made of a medley of fresh vegetables and herbs topped off with Norwegian smoked salmon, Taiping pomelo and pure honey

If this sounds good, reach out at +603 2771 6888, or email  KULMY_FB@hilton.com to talk to them about your Chinese New Year plans. Nevertheless, if you are planning to make your meals from scatch, check out our Chinese New Year recipes here. Remember to #butterkicap and tag us if you decide to post about the food you made. 

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Shiuh Wei
Shiuh Wei

Co-founder, butterkicap.com

Shiuh Wei spent her childhood playing in an orchard and roaming the streets of Kuala Lumpur in equal measure. She has an incurable wanderlust, a heartfelt passion for fresh produce, herbs and an enthusiasm for home-cooked food made with love. Being a vegetarian for almost two decades now, she enjoys an intimate connection with plants, vegetables and fruits, which keeps her inspired and nourished in her quest to get to learn from Malaysia's best cooks and find lost cultural practices.

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