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|CNY Reunion Dinner at Parkroyal, Penang|
|Written by Administrator II|
|Tuesday, 01 February 2011 09:34|
BY CK LAM
It’s that time of the year again! To usher in the Year of the Rabbit, many hotels and restaurants around town are having attractive promotions for the upcoming Chinese New Year Festivity!
Tamarind Brasserie in Parkroyal Penang Resort presents an alternative dining experience during the Eve of the Chinese New Year by launching their Prosperity Reunion Oriental Hot Wok and Steamboat Buffet Dinner.
The buffet spread offer in this breezy, open-air brasserie has a relatively wide selection of entrees, salads, and dishes bearing special significance for the Chinese New Year celebration. Among them are the Baked Slipper Lobster, Lamb Satay, Roast Duck, Lotus Leaf Fried Rice and Steamed Assorted Dim Sum.
In line with the local tradition, diners will be able to enjoy a plate of Salmon Yee Sang. It is great fun mixing and tossing the condiments along with the raw fish slices all in hope of much prosperity and abundance.
There are live action stations that make this dining experience all the more glorious and rousing. Tamarind Brasserie will serve a range of Oriental Hot Wok dishes. Among the highlights are the Live Tiger Prawn with a selection of prawns stir-fried with ginger and spring onion in a thick sauce, Wagyu Beef and the Boneless Chicken.
For beef lovers, do try the Wagyu Beef stir-fried with Black Pepper sauce, a dish of tender slices of wagyu beef with a lovely depth of rich flavor.
Tamarind Brasserie presents an attractive addition to the buffet by offering steamboat too! They are serving steamboat with a variety of seafood and meat as well as three soup bases of chicken, tom yam and congee. The steamboat will be accompanied by an array of sauces and condiments of Thai seafood sauce, chilli and ginger sauce, dry shrimp sauce and peanut sauce.
Besides the food, they will serve many interesting warm and cool desserts together with the light and crispy Kuih Kapit, melt-in-the-mouth Kuih Bangkit and soft and crumbly peanut cookies, warm Leng Chee Kang and Date and Walnut Pudding serve with vanilla sauce.
Of course there is the usual fare of ice cream and Tamarind Brasserie offers endless scoops of Baskin Robbins ice cream. There is a good choice of flavors, such as Mint Chocolate Chip, Cookies & Cream, Very Berry Strawberry, Jamoca Almond Fudge, Vanilla & Chocolate Chip and Mango Tango.
This buffet is priced at RM155 nett for adult and RM58 nett for children on New Year’s Eve, 2nd February 2011. There will be special attractions of traditional lion dance, dragon and phoenix performance and drum shows.
Tel : 04 8811133 ext 8888 (for reservation)
Written by CK Lam, food review writer and editor of http://www.what2seeonline.com ; featuring the Best of Penang Food. She constantly combs Penang for the best gastronomical delights and loves promoting Penang Cuisines, Culture and Heritage.
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