|Chin’s Stylish Chinese Cuisine|
|Written by Administrator III|
|Sunday, 16 May 2010 15:39|
BY CK LAM
Penang can pride itself for having a fine dining restaurant with quality fine Hunan and Sichun cuisine from Chin’s Stylish Chinese Cuisine.
The flavor of the food at Chin’s opened up an excellent new experience in fine dining. Its menu features a wide selection of appetizers, specialties, meat, poultry and seafood prepared by a creative culinary team from China headed by Executive Chef Wang ZhiZhong. Varied spices are used in the preparation of wholesome traditional Chinese recipes with unique flavors and aromas.
Diners get to choose the matching wine from the good wine list to enhance the dining experience.
It was followed by the Double Flavored Wild Fresh Water Fish with the Patin fish steamed under a layer of garlic, chili peppers in delicate gravy. The chili was simply awesome. Surprisingly with the generous amount of it covering the fish, it was not overpowering. The sweetness of garlic and hint of chili heat paired well with the juicy fish flesh hidden underneath.
A mix of other dishes, like Sautéed Vegetable in Red Rice Yeast, Cumin Mutton Skewers and Crab ‘N’ Yoke completed the meal.
The dessert of Pumpkin Cake with Sweetened Bean Paste was a nice finale. This hot sweet treat with pumpkin teamed with filling of red bean paste was truly delightful as the flavors combined very well.
Currently this Pork Free restaurant is bringing in business, attracting guests with its tasty food and elegant settings. It is only open for dinner with private bookings as it is not officially open to the public. There are plans to open for lunch as well after its official launching which is most probably happening in early June.
There is a choice of seven Set Meals with prices ranging from RM 78++ per person to RM 218++ per person.
Chin’s Stylish Chinese Cuisine
Business Hour : 6pm till 11.30pm daily
GPS Coordinates :N 05 41564 E100 34375
For further information on eating in Penang, as well on its culture and heritage, log on to C.K. Lam’s blog at http://www.what2seeonline.com