Taiwanese Food Promotion @ Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel & Residence KL

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Although I don't have chance to travel to Taiwan yet, still I have the chance to try Taiwanese food at Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel KL. They has launched the Taiwanese food promotion at its fine dining Chinese Restaurant. 

Tai Zi Heen has a special guest from Taipei Garden Hotel; Executive Chef Wang to amaze patrons with his delectable dishes of contemporary Taiwanese delicacies. He is known for his expertise in creating dishes that preserves the original essence of Taiwanese traditions.

Waitress is the traditional costume to welcome us.

Tea leaf and tea set to prepare a cup of nice Chinese tea.




Pan-fried egg omelet

Simple omelet but it was one of my favourite that night. The thickness of the golden omelet does give me a satisfaction taste.

Stir-fried shark's fin with eggs
My TOP favourite dish that night. The aromatic of the eggs with the shark's fin was truly delicious.

Traditional three-cup chicken
The taste of three-cup chicken is slightly different with the one we usually taste at Malaysia here. The taste is mild but still good. Chef have told us that the 3 important ingredients to cook three-cup chicken is rice wine, black sesame and soya sauce.

Thick Vegetable and Seafood Soup
A big bowl of soup with contented ingredients has enhance the taste of the soup.

Steamed glutinous rice topped with crab meat
The big crab has grabbed my attention. The taste of the glutinous rice taste plain and normal but the freshness of the crab meat has added another essence to the plain glutinous rice.

Sun Cake (left) and Beef Tongue Cake (right)

Its name to beef tongue cake because the shape of this pastry look like a tongue.

The rounded pastry name Sun Cake. Everyone loves this, including me. The sweetness of the feelings was moderate and just niceeeee.

Pineapple cake - RM21 (6 pcs)
Baked with sweet pastry filled with pineapples and malt sugar.

Guess what? We got the opportunity to see the making of pineapple cake by Chef Wang. Here are the pineapple fillings and the skin.

Flour, eggs, sugar, butter etc... These are the ingredients to make pineapple cake.

Chef Wang in action. He explained all the details and process to us. It was a great short session to know and see the making of pineapple cake.

Pineapple cake taste super best especially when it served warm.

The promotion is available from 18th to 30th November 2011 with set menu starting from RM78 nett to RM88 nett. Quite affordable right? It is available for lunch and dinner in a la carte style and also set menus. Don't miss out the chance to try the Taiwanese dishes that specially prepare by Chef Wang.

Tai Zi Heen
Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Conlay, 59459 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: 603-2170 8888

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4 Comments ♥

  1. I need hot hot pineapple cake fill in my mouth now.. wow

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  2. As Taiwanese I haven't been back to Taiwan for over 20 years. I miss going there. Seeing all those food in Malaysia makes me want to go back to Taiwan. I heard they make some delicious food there.

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  3. I donno why I cannot view Flickr photos from office anymore since this week... so no food photos to tempt me for the time being :P

    I like Taiwanese cuisine, I think it suits Malaysian tastebuds a lot! Can't wait to go Taiwan again :)

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  4. Dear Nikel,
    Is really yummy!

    Dear Sarah,
    I also heard that Taiwan have a lot delicious food! You should pay a visit again.

    Dear YT,
    Huh? SO weird? aiks~~ Then you can only read my blog when u're home :)

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