The lunar year of the water rabbit is predicted to be one filled with great hopefulness, as the rabbit is a symbol of peace, prosperity and longevity in Chinese culture. Chinese New Year celebrations at EQ Kuala Lumpur for 2023 are bountiful, with feasts and gifts for all. As has become a tradition at EQ Kuala Lumpur, the lunar new year is the time of revival for the Golden Phoenix, once the city’s most famed Chinese restaurant. Each year, EQ brings back the legacy of Golden Phoenix with food from its cherished menu archives.
Golden Phoenix restaurant has long held a reputation for culinary excellence since its inception in 1974. Much like its mythical namesake, the restaurant has gained legendary status for its celebrated Cantonese and Szechuan fare. Chef Choy Sin Sang has been instrumental in continuing the Golden Phoenix legacy for many years.
There are four set dinner menus, offering some of the very best celebratory fare. Priced at RM188+, RM238+, RM328+, RM488+ and RM688+ respectively per person, for a minimum of four persons.
A la carte offerings will also be available. The crown jewel of the 2023 lunar new year menu is the premium abalone Chinese casserole, known as poon choy Priced for dine-in at RM588+. Another Chinese New Year favourite, traditional roast duck, is also available this year. Priced at RM288+ per bird. Also available will be the boneless farm chicken with sliced abalone, mushrooms and baby “kailan” from RM148+ or why not try the Braised home-made tofu with dried turbot and mustard vegetable from RM48+.
Yee Sang, the hallmark of the Chinese New Year, will be available from 5 January to 5 February 2023. The most extravagant version is the premium abalone Yee Sang with fish roe (RM188+, portion serves four to six; RM368+, portion serves eight to ten.
To make a booking, contact EQ at Equatorial Plaza, Jalan Sultan Ismail, 50250 Kuala Lumpur on +603 - 2789 7777