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Celebrate the Year of the Snake and usher in the Lunar New Year with us as Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur’s Celestial Court goes all out to tempt your eyes, satisfy your senses and whet your appetite with a variety of sumptuous delights.

The Lunar New Year is the most important date in the Chinese calendar and is an elaborate celebration in many parts of Asia. Additionally, there are 12 Chinese Zodiac signs and for the year 2013, it is the Year of the Snake. The Snake carries the meaning of malevolence, cattiness and mystery. In certain places or culture, people believe that if they found a snake in their court, the family will be delighted. Also, people like to paste the paper-cut ‘Fu’ (wealth) character in an upside down position on their doors or windows, combined with a snake twisting around a rabbit as a popular pattern to indicate wealth.

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The warm, soothing yet festive atmosphere at our award-winning Celestial Court provides the perfect ambience for catching up with your loved ones and friends, who have travelled afar and wide to meet on this auspicious occasion. Our master chefs have sumptuously tailored an exquisite range of Chinese cuisine to be savoured upon. Indulge and feast on ‘auspicious’ dishes like Double Boiled Soup with Baby Abalone, Fish Maw Dried Scallop and Chinese Herbs; Braised Assorted Dried Seafood and Sea Moss Served in Winter Melon; Braised Yu Fungus, Bamboo Pith with Australian Asparagus and Janapnese Bean Curd and Roasted Chicken with Ginger, Garlic and Spicy Flavour, to name a few.

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日式什锦捞生 (蒸蒸日上)Yee Sang with combination of crispy soft shell crab @ RM 128 (Half) & RM 258 (whole) Slice salmon, Japanese octopus served with mango plum sauce

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玉环聚宝盆 (百家欢庆)Braised assorted dried seafood and sea moss served in winter melon
Small- RM208
Medium -RM308
Large -RM408

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夏果海中宝 (满屋生辉)Wok fried assorted seafood with macadamia nuts served in nest
Small -RM80
Medium -RM120
Large – RM160

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天宝辣味烧鸡 (新春报喜)- Roasted chicken with ginger, garlic and spicy flavor
Half Chicken -RM50
Whole Chicken -RM100

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榆耳竹笙露笋卷 – Braised Yu fungus , bamboo pith with Australian asparagus  and Japanese bean curd
Small -RM68
Medium -RM102
Large -RM136

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芝麻虾球 (欢乐满屋)- Deep fried prawns served minced nutmeg, sesame and mayonnaise dressing
Small -RM88
Medium -RM138
Large -RM178

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XO 酱炒桂花蚌虾仁 (桂花飘香)- Sautéed osmanthus clam, shrimps with XO sauce and garden greens        
Small- RM88
Medium-RM132
Large- RM176

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Pumpkin puree with Coconut Ice Cream and Red Bean

Right after our dinner, few doors away is this yogurt stall is super pack with humans, as when I first arrive it had already attracted my attention to join along the crowd to try out what is so special about this Moochi Frozen Yoghurt  place. My friend had never understand what is the whole buzz about whenever he come and dine at his favorite Korean BBQ food at Bassim.

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As a tourist, of course I would keen to try on any food. During winter time its quite a good crowd despite yogurt is cold and many people are still keen to get brain freeze. I jump onto the queue and my friend scolded me, because of you I only try out. Normally I wouldn’t care much, as anything that I have to queue, they wont enjoy my business.

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I wonder how did this brand came about. . .

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They even have their own drinks.

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A simple menu that the have and their price is very reasonable.

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Moochi comes in different sizes and if you are a big eater then MASSIVE  would be your choice. They have 4 flavours to choose from. Original, Green Tea, Pomegranate and Watermelon

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Right after the order you can choose your toppings. Ranging to about 21 toppings selection.

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Then pick up a bottle of Pomegranate peach passion white tea @ AUD 4.50. Slightly sourish, and strong hint of passion fruit taste and we find it slightly sweet to our liking. Its good though if they can tone down the sweetness 20% then would have been perfect.

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Jeng Jeng Jeng, I choose a small cup to go after as we are super stuff right after super heavy dinner. Chose Original with 3 toppings, @ AUD 5.40 with mango, lychee follow by unique flavor that for the first time I have come accross is Watermelon with another 2 topings, oreo and honeydew (if i am not mistaken). Watermelon is a better selection.

Texture of the yogurt is smooth, aromatic and slightly more creamy that I like it. After putting into your mouth, it melts slight faster and upon so many brands that is in Malaysia, this brand definitely stood up.

Location:
Moochi Frozen Yoghurt
Shop 1, 7-9 Churchill Ave Strathfield
NSW 2135

http://www.iheartmoochi.com.au/

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Again, I have visited some where ulu (suburb) again, Kota Damansara 2. To me its kinda far from KL all the way there but if you mention about the food quality, its worth everything. In that urban ulu place and if you are looking for a home cook with solid aromatic taste, this is the shop you must hunt for, Mum’s Seafood Noodle House.

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Located in the heart of this urban ulu area which is a few doors away from this very famous The Wok restaurant.

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Its brand new in this area with just operating a few months old and not many people know about this great place.

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Offering alot of local delights.

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Let’s kick off with our very first meal of the night ‘Mum’s Fish Head Bee Hoon’ RM 7.80 and if you are looking for something light and flavorful, go for this, salty with the salty veggie and sour yet cook with milk till boil temperature is something to look for.

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‘Nyonya Chicken’ had been stir fried till the curry is a bit dry to ensure the flavor all soak into the soft tender chicken meat and to eat it along with rice, I can just enjoy this dish with a bowl of plain rice. RM12.80

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‘Mum’s Noodle Seafood Prawn Soup’ filled with big prawns, lala, squid and bamboo clamps and they are quite big in size and with the price charge on it, RM13.80, no complain at all.

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‘Ju Hu Char’ had been fried till very aromatic sweet with the meng kuang juice ooze out and blend well with the Ju Hu and it’s a bit sweet salty in taste that wrap with the veggie is taste so good. All of us keep taking big portion of it. RM10.80 – recommended

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I am a fan of squid especially when it is stuff with homemade ingredient like this ‘Stuff Squid with Prawns’ is very chewy on the meat, aromatic steam taste of the prawn when its stuff in there, end with their special salty sauce pour upon is given thumbs up by us. RM18.80

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This is how the fresh pranw ingredient are stuff in it, with the sauce to eat along with rice, yumm~

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I have eaten loh bak in KL a lot but to get the exact feel, its hard to find not until the very first discovery ends here for this time, with the price of RM8.80 (2 rolls) is all worth the price. Solid meat strip ingredient instead of mince meat, is to ensure when you bite it, you can enjoy the solid and aromatic of the meat instead of the mince when you put into your mouth all spread over. I would say one of the best ‘Loh Bak’ I have eaten so far in KL.

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‘Stir Fried Fish Head in Salted Egg Yolk’ RM16.80 is a highly recommended dish by me. Deep fried of the crispiness of the edge of the fish head yet been fried again in the wok with salty egg yolk and stick on all with the meat, very flavorful on the saltiness of the yolk and a bit of buttery taste, just perfect. Had 2 rounds of this as it was finish by us before others had a chance. Kekeke

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‘Stir Friend Prawn with Golden Garlic’ as the prawn is deep fried and then end with crispy deep fried garlic on top of the prawn with curry leaves is very savory. Sold prawn meant shows the sign of fresh prawn used and with the size like that, its satisfying.

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We were next hit by the look of something salty but then when it was put into our mouth, the spiciness had spread its power to entice on our taste bud yet the gravy to eat with rice, we can just walap it. ‘Bamboo Shell with Soy Sauce’ RM16.80

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When this was served, we were like, fuiyoh! So big..and very worry that…sei loh..how to finish so big, when the fan blow its aroma to us, we retune our worry and took the picture immediately as cant wait to taste it. After tasting it, thumbs up. Sweet mild yet spicy flavor is there, and I ended up keep taking a spoonful of curry and drink it like soup, eat along the white veggie. ‘Curry Fish Head’ *Market Price

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I do not like to eat Petai but this had change my taste wise on it. ‘Fried Prawns with Petai’ as the sambal fried on it, had make the petai taste very mild yet with come dry shrimp make it a bit salty and solid fresh prawns make it tasty. Something I enjoy too.

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‘Kam Hiong Fried Clamps’ is not bad too, with the amount cook in it, no complain.

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Tadaaaaaa…..The amazing cook, that make this all wonderful dish with her very own make over recipe is this very wonderful and friendly Grandma chef (as seen on the sign board) as she is a experience home cook and the family members thought that it would be a waste if only for own family to enjoy and they have converted the mom to the head chef now. Thanks to Ken for this invites and discovery in this urban ulu area again.

We enjoy the dish a lot and personally, I prefer this over Hot Wok. More strong in taste yet the price is quite reasonable. Definately I will revisit the place. Highly Recommended by me~

Location:
Mum’s Seafood Noodle House
22G Jalan PJU 5/21,
The Strand, Kota Damansara,
47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
*Non-Halal

Contact No: 016-6666650 / 016-2222250

Business Hour: Mon-Sun 11am – 10pm

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