As you enter to a traditional yet modern twist, artsy and sophisticated contemporary designs. You’ll be greeted with a warm cosy ambience and hospitality at W Kuala Lumpur's Asian restaurant YEN, brightly lit with warm, natural colours that mean good feng shui, even when you are dining here you’ll get to absorb the vibrant and comfort zone.
On this auspicious Chinese New Year, Lou Sang is definitely a must on every table, to begin with.
The Lou Sang aka Yee Sang comes with fresh Norwegian Salmon, Air-Dried Szechuan Fish Crisp and Crispy Salted Egg Fish Skin. You could tell the burst of flavours when you try these. Toss to a New Year of the Tiger.
Dumplings are alike the ingot shape which means ‘Wealth’. Dumpling also signifies completeness and togetherness, the reunion compliments well with their Steamed Prosperity Mandarin Orange Dumpling Bird Nest
and the Steamed Shanghai Fortune Dumplings poured covered with Herbs Broth, Gold Flakes. Certainly to dive in. Believe me, it’s totally divine and unique. May you be showered with more WEALTH during the year.
Another must have is the oven baked Fatt Choi (Black Moss) Abalone Pie, Chicken Onion Filling. The pie is generously filled with Fatt Choi to bring you more luck and prosperity. Fatt Choi is a rare delicacy to date and has been eaten mostly during the auspicious month like the Chinese New Year.
The absolutely deliciously braised assorted Poon Choy is also served with Fatt Choi, prawns, broccoli, scallops, mushroom and much more. You are definitely going to be spoiled with this pot of good fortune.
Not to be missed is the braised Lobster Bird Nest Soup. A warm healthy soup prepared with many flavours to kick start the day. Bird Nest also helps to promote nice radiant skin and also restore youthfulness. Who doesn’t want to look good during the year? So don’t miss this bowl of the delicate menu.
For the seafood lovers here is the steamed Hokkaido scallop drenched over with golden garlic, vermicelli and Sabah King Prawn well complimented with braised Ningbo handmade rice cake, pickled vegetables.
Ningbo is a place in Zhejiang Province known for its rice cake and rice cakes dishes. YEN has brought its famously known culture into its menu.
The sweet ending must have are the sweetened Walnut cream soup and steamed layer traditional Ninko cake. Having to consume Ninko aka Niangao, raising oneself higher each year and making progress every year with prosperity.
Making the cuisine a wonderful experience, a humble Executive Chef, Mr Tan Kim Weng has brought so much flavour, uniqueness and sharpness of the Chinese cuisine and experience to capture. So make your way to experience your new year of the Tiger. Come, Toss & Roar with YEN. An unforgettable dining experience to ponder that makes you come back for more.
Yen at W Kuala Lumpur is at Level 11, 121, Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, All the items will be available at Yen from now until - 15 February 2022. To make your booking, contact +60 12 3479088 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Opening hours,11:00 -14:30 (Brunch) Sat-Sun / 12:00 -14:30 (Lunch)/ 18:30 - 22:00 (Tue/Sun)
Prices for Lunar New Year Specialties Braised Premium Assorted Hot Dish (Poon Choy): Min order for 4 pax @ RM298 per person. Lunar New Year Dim Sum Brunch RM168+ per adult | RM84+ per child (6 years old above). Set Menus from RM208+ per person, Minimum 2 persons & Chinese New Year Dim Sum from RM22 per portion of 3 pcs and Chinese New Year hampers from RM288 per set.