Another good feast I had was at Tao Chinese Cuisine. Tao recently underwent renovation and I’m fully impressed when I took my first step into it recently. The ambience blew me away…
Check out those lights! Super duper love it!! <3 <3
If you want to impress your guests, bring them to Tao. I’m pretty sure they will go “Oh Wow!” as soon as they step in. Combined this together with their dishes, you will definitely hit the correct chords for a stylish new dining experience!
And so here I am at Tao to savour their Prosperous Future Menu in conjunction with the upcoming Chinese New Year. Gosh it’s just round the corner!!
Something about this Yee Sang caught my eye. There’s green sauce on it! What else but Wasabi Sauce. Have you tried having wasabi in your yee sang? My first and I love it for it’s not overly spicy at all. Just a nice hint to “spice” up your tastebuds.
After having that tantalising Top Shell with Salmon and Wasabi Sauce Yee Sang, we savoured the Double Boiled Baby Abalone with Fish Maw and Cordyceps Flowers Soup. It was just nourishing both to the body and soul having this.
As the waitress carried out and placed this dish on the lazy susan, I caught the smell of the chinese angelic herb. Succulent tender meat with crispy skin, no more doubt that I won’t only go for a piece of this
The dried tangerine skin in the steamed pomfret gave it a twist to the usual ginger slices. Shall make a note and add this when I cook steam fish at home.
Huge scallops this one. Deep Fried till perfection, it was not dry at all. The scallop inside is soft and warm <3
The sauce of this dish is made of pumpkin. What a healthy dish for it contains sea cucumbers for the collagen (beauty) that we need and money bags to bring in wealth for all of us.
I’m one that do not fancy fried Ninko but when this was laid down, I couldn’t help myself but to take a spoon of it and try. One other reason for this is that it looks like fried carrot cake to me which I simply must order when I’m having dim sum. I swear that this is a truly delicious stir fried Ninko that I’ve tasted. Must order and try!! It’s cooked with XO sauce (halal btw!) with an array of seafood such as scallop, jade abalone, etc..
Chinese Cake or more commonly known as Ninko is served at the end of the meal. The style here is just simply Deep Fried between thin slices of yam and sweet potato.
Do you like eating hawthorn? I love it since I’m a child and still do. This chilled dessert is made using hawthorn and it’s a refreshing change from the usual cold desserts that I have. The hawthorn gave it a sweet soury taste. Good for digestion after such fabulous dishes!
Menus starting with a minimum of 3 pax (only for lunch) and per table of 10 pax (available both for lunch and dinner) is available at Tao with a starting price of RM128++ per pax. Yee Sang is available in half or full portion from RM68++
Tao Chinese Cuisine
InternContinental Kuala Lumpur
165 Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
(T) 603 – 2782 6321