Four Seasons CNY Poon Choi Set @ Capsquare

This year’s Chinese New Year started with a blast for me, even before it came! Thanks to Big Boys Oven we’ve been getting non-stop offers to go for CNY promotions almost every day, and today I will be sharing with you Four Season’s New  Year Chinese “Poon Choi” Set (虎年盆滿鉢滿庆新春)!

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Featuring the above, this is one dish that is very popular among the Chinese. In one look you can see that in the Special Four Seasons Hong Kong Style “Poon Choi” (文興金牌盆菜) there are Braised Chinese Mushroom, Sea Cucumber, Fish Air Bladder, Fried King Prawn, Garlic Dried Scallop, Dried Oyster Ball, Sweet & Sour Fish, Four Seasons Roast Duck (I know Boss Stewie would kill for this!!!) Crispy Pork, Garlic Chicken Leg, Dongfen (see-through thin noodles that is used to absorb all the mix juices at the bottom, TASTY!!), Chinese White Cabbage, Dried Bean Curd, Sweet Pea and Brocolli. Phew I thought it’d never end!

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Before that, though, we were given Mixed Seafood in cabbage for appetizers. Yummy and crunchy, goes best with Chilli Oil, these little morsels only serves to whet your appetite for bigger main dishes!

 

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Also we made sure we had cooling drinks after all the heaty (but super delicious) food we’d get with the “Poon Choi” set, as listed below. Beware: do not DROOL over your keyboard, Spinzer.uS will not be held responsible for the electrocution of yourself nor your laptop/desktop!

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As shown above, the Special Four Season’s Poon Choi is delicious with the myriad of ingredients used. The sauces all mix to form the broth at the bottom where the glass noodles are, all soaked up to form the most delicious noodles you’d ever eaten, serious! Oh, before I forget you WILL get Fresh Salmon Yee Sang (七彩三文魚撈生) before having the “Poon Choi” as per the set meal.

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Remember the Four Seasons Roast Duck that I’ve always mentioned before, the one found in London? Well, it may not necessarily be the same but the tenderness remains supple and delicious, just the way I like my duck to be. You won’t be getting this in the set meal, just showing you what is found in the Poon Choi dish!

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You’ll also be finding these tasty morsels called Crispy pork in your Poon Choi dish. Again, this is just to show you how delicious looking they are served in pieces, so just imagine how’d it tastes like inside the amazing dish, mixed with other porky materials lol!

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Now THIS, this tasty looking red-ish pieces of Char Siew (Roast pork), you won’t find in your Poon Choi dish, but you HAVE to try it, super tasty and comparable to some great ones outside!  Ok I kid, it might not be in the Poon Choi dish, but you WILL find it in the featured dish below, found in the Set also…

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Waxed Meat Rice in Hot Pot (瓦煲腊味飯). Made of Lap Cheong (Chinese Sausage), Lap Mei (Innards of the pig) and Char Siew all mixed into the Claypot and cooked like the Claypot Chicken Rice that you are fond of. And as you will be able to imagine, it’ll taste thrice as better…

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Ken here shows us how it’s scooped into a rice ball, ready to be eaten. Are you imagining yourself eating it already? Yumm…

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So what happens to the burnt pieces, you ask? I know some of you look forward to it… and rightly so, because you’d normally have it with Chicken Broth which the kind Four Seasons staff provided as well!

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Have you not eaten it like this before? If you haven’t, then you don’t know how Claypot-cooked style food is usually eaten. See here, a bowl of chicken broth, then…

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You add the burnt crispy rice (not too burnt though, cancerous!) and mix it up to get it soggy and absorb the flavours. Proceed to eat, and tell me if you like it or not!

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Finally for dessert, the New Year Chinese “Poon Choi” set offers you a uniquely special dessert called “Double Boiled Sea Coconut with Soya Bean (豆漿海底椰)”. I don’t know about you but it’s the first I’ve ever tasted, and I can tell you it tastes good! Definite must try in this season of celebration…

You can find the New Year Chinese “Poon Choi” Set at Four Seasons, Capsquare for just RM338+ for 6 pax. For the Fresh Salmon Yee Sang, Poon Choi, the Waxed Meat Rice in Hot Pot and the Double Boiled Sea Coconut with Soya Bean, I thought it was pretty decent especially with the generous amount of portion given. Do give it a try if you haven’t, because though it’s not the same as its London counterpart, it’s still delicious nevertheless.

Four Seasons Chinese Restaurant

Lot G16 & G17
Capsquare
No. 7, Persiaran Capital Square
Kuala Lumpur

OPENING HOURS:
10am-10pm

Contact: 03-2698 9393
Click for map here.

 

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