If you’ll be in Kuala Lumpur for the Chinese New Year season, The Federal Kuala Lumpur has plenty in store for you. Yee Sang, Dim Sum, lion dance performances, hi tea or a place to stay, check out what they're offering here:
Mandarin Palace, the only restaurant in Kuala Lumpur with ethnic palatial ambience and grandeur of imperial court setting is offering 9-course set menus. There will be two menus available (RM1,288 nett table for 10 persons or RM688 nett per table for 5 persons / RM1,488 nett per table for 10 persons and RM888 net per table for 5 persons) throughout the festive period which includes signature dishes such as the Double Boiled Dried Top Shell & Snow Abalone with Chicken, Steamed Giant Grouper in Traditional Style, Crispy Roasted Chicken and more. Ala carte and Dim Sum menus will also be available.
Kontiki Restaurant which overlooks the tropical garden and pool offers an option if you’re looking at a buffet menu. From Yee Sang and Chinese dishes to local and Japanese cuisines, you’ll find a wide variety of hearty dishes, as well as a selection of desserts. (Fatt Choy Hi Tea, 6-7 February, 12.30pm–4pm; RM98 nett per person, RM48 nett per senior citizen, RM48 nett per child / Yan Yat Buffet Lunch; 11 February 2019, 12pm-2.30pm; RM118 nett per person, RM68 nett per senior citizen, RM48 nett per child / Chap Goh Mei Buffet Lunch, 19 February 12pm–2.30pm; RM118 nett per adult, RM68 nett per senior citizen, RM48 nett per child)
Indulged in a five-course Double Happiness Set Dinner exclusively designed by the team of Chefs at the Bintang Lounge and Restaurant which includes Double Boil Chicken Consommé with Julienne Vegetables, Deep-Fried Fresh Water Prawn Served with Spicy Soya Sauce, Pan Fried Fish à la Meunière or Lamb Loin with Clay Pot Rice. Enjoy your meal with a view of KL City’s skyline. (4, 5 & 6 February 2019, 5pm–12am; RM128 nett per person; 20% off for house pouring wine by bottle/glass)
The Verandah Lobby Lounge offers a Chinese New Year festive afternoon tea for guests or diners. Traditional nan gao (sweet rice cake), Jian Dui (sesame balls), Tang Yuan (black sesame glutinous rice balls) in ginger soup, as well as Afternoon Tea classics which includes sandwiches, pastries and local delicacies. (An Oriental Festive Afternoon Tea, 3pm-6pm, RM48 nett for 2 persons)
For booking of any of the above festive promotions above, call 03-21489166 for reservations or visit their website for more information.