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CHAPTER 103 – A CANTONESE AFFAIR! RE-DISCOVER THE CREATIONS AT TAI ZI HEEN, PRINCE HOTEL.
In Chinese history, 太子轩(Tai Zi Heen) is a royal chamber where The Prince meet his Generals to discuss his country’s affairs over a royal meal. In Kuala Lumpur, it is one of the top Chinese restaurants that display the same elements of refinement and delicacy through the concept of Cantonese cuisine dining and dedicated service.
Tai Zi Heen had completed a new refurbishment restaurant, with a new look, the restaurant is a place that believes in combining great food and impeccable service for a unique dining experience each time.
Their award-winning Chinese Master Chef Ricky Thein, Dim Sum Chef Chong and their culinary team bring the authentic Cantonese food into the realm of comtemporary cuisine with dishes that emphasize original flavours with a modern twist. A great selection of beers, wines, liquors and teas are available to accompany the dishes.
The restaurant design reflects the dishes that are served at the restaurant; simply made with only the freshest ingredients. A traditional Chinese culinary art meets contemporary aesthetics is the restaurant characteristic. The long windows with a panoramic views of the plush Jalan Conlay and Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, and its art deco lamps hanging from the ceilings set the mood for the simple yet elegant dining experience.
From the restaurant’s main dining hall, one can enjoy the magnificent view of the eye-catching, origami-based designed chandelier, which consists of 2000 pieces Italian hand-cut crystals and a grandeur view of the Hotel’s lobby.
Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant is an idea venue for business and family dining, also a perfect private dining restaurant for celebrations, dinner gathering and intimate wedding dinner reception.
The restaurant has a seating capacity of 180 persons with five (5) private dining rooms. Opens daily for lunch from 12 noon to 2.30pm daily and dinner is served from 6.30pm to 10.30pm daily.
Peking Duck is priced at ONLY RM1 (ONE ringgit) at Tai Zi Heen!
All you need to do is just reserve a table with a minimum spending of RM300.
Only available for 8 dinner reservation nightly.
Big fat roasted Peking Duck
Time to skillfully slice off the thin and crispy skin
A whie old man came joining the other photogs, taking pictures of the waitress slicing off the crispy skin of the Peking Duck.
Crispy golden duck skin
Matchstick cucumber and Peking duck skin wrapped in it
Double-boiled Sun-dried Seafood Soup with Cordyceps Bulbs
Crispy Beef Dumpling with Garlic Sauce
Steamed Cod Fish Seaweed Rolls
Steamed Purple Spinanch, Chicken and Prawn Dumplings
Braised Bean Curd Topped with Crab Roe and Spinach Puree
Roasted Lamb Chop with a Spicy Mongolian-style Tomato Sauce
Crystal Lettuce with Stir-fried Duck Cubes and Pine Nuts
Pan Fried Noodle with Infused Roasted Duck Meat
Chilled Lemongrass Jelly with Aloe Vera and Lime Sorbet for dessert
And if you are looking for something out of the ordinary, look no more! Come join them at the award-winning Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant for its popular Dim Sum with a difference.
Their Dim Sum Master Chef Chong and his culinary team have specially created a large variety of Dim Sum for your weekend indulgence.
Treat yourself and your family or friends to an afternoon brunch on the weekends or public holidays at Tai Zi Heen, and indulge in a wide array of dim sum available for unlimited serving at an affordable price.
Our exclusive selections consist of both traditional Hong Kong Dim Sum, Tai Zi Heen’s signature Dim Sum and the popular Dim Sum Odyssey – the exciting fusion varieties!
The All You Can Eat Dim Sum menu includes a wide selecgtion of steamed, pan-fried, deep-fried, baked dim sum, rice rolls, congee, rice, noodles, vegetables and dessert dishes.
All You Can Eat Dim Sum is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays from 11.30am to 2.30pm, and is priced at RM55.00++ per adult and RM27.50++ per child (below 12 years old).
Tai Zi Heen is located on Level 2, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Conlay 50450 Kuala Lumpur – directly opposite Pavilion Kuala Lumpur.
For reservations, please call our Restaurant Manager at Tel: +603-2170 8888 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tai Zi Heen’s Accolades
Malaysia International Gourmet Festival Award 2009 – Award of Excellence for The Most Outstanding Dining Experience at the Festival Gala Launch
Malaysia International Gourmet Festival Award 2009 – Award of Excellence for The Most Outstanding Festival Cuisine at the Festival Gala Launch
Malaysia International Gourmet Festival Award 2009 – Award of Excellence for The Most Innovative Cuisine of the Festival
Malaysia International Gourmet Festival Award 2009 – Award of Excellence for The Best Value Menu of the Festival
Definitely worth a try!
Yours truly, Esty.
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Too happy to even express myself in words, only hoping that it gets better with chapters. =) “You’ve got to get up every morning with determination if you’re going to go to bed with satisfaction.” – George Horace Lorimer - Special Thanks – Photographer Jason Ong Mynjayz Photos