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Dynasty Restaurant MIGF 2012 Menu at Renaissance Hotel

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Dynasty Restaurant MIGF 2012 Menu at Renaissance Hotel

This is our forth review on MIGF 2012 participating restaurant and also Renaissance Hotel’s second participating restaurant, Dynasty Chinese Restaurant. For those who didn’t know about this restaurant, it is one of the few hotel restaurants that offer non-Halal food. Yes, it was our family’s favourite Chinese restaurants. We loved their signature suckling pig. In fact you can review our short review in 2008 at Dynasty Restaurant @ Renaissance Hotel KL.


At Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel, Executive Sous Chef Kok Chee Kin at Dynasty Restaurant (Non-Halal) had lined up a repertoire of contemporary Cantonese cuisine. The good looking chef was humble and yet humorous. He shared some of his ideas for the MIGF 2012 Menu he crafted.

 

DYNASTY RESTAURANT FESTIVAL MENU

 

Trio of Appetizers

满富樓精品三款

Trio of Appetizers

满富樓精品三款

 

 

Abalone with chilled spicy vermicelli salad

Abalone with chilled spicy vermicelli salad

 

Sliced fresh abalone with chilled spicy vermicelli salad, I thought the portion was ideal for an appetizer. This chilled spicy vermicelli salad was refreshing and I loved the texture of the abalone. It was a great appetizer to start with.

 

Steamed seafood orange dumpling

Steamed seafood orange dumpling
This was definitely not the ordinary dumpling. This was a mouthful of seafood and complimented with fried slices of carrots and also the orange sauce.

 

Yin Yang Norwegian salmon (Tartar & marinated salmon with olive oil)

Yin Yang Norwegian salmon (Tartar & marinated salmon with olive oil)
I thought it was so wrong to have tartar for a Chinese cuisine. This was slightly “meaty” but you can indulge the taste of the salmon with hints of olive oil.

 

 

Fish maw, cabbage & ocean treasure bouillon

花膠菜胆海味汤

Fish maw, cabbage & ocean treasure bouillon

花膠菜胆海味汤
The menu definitely missed the word “scallop” for this. That was a huge Japanese scallop and hidden below were the fish maw, shark fins, dried scallop and cabbage. Mind you, the portion was huge and this was luscious. I enjoyed having this as the taste of soup was well balanced. If you are not a big fan of shark fins, you can request for a non-shark fins version without any charges but do let them know in advance so they can prepare it just for you.

 

 

Pan- seared wagyu beef with fresh mushroom, garlic black pepper jus

Roasted roulade of chicken, young carrot

香煎黑椒嫩和牛

Pan- seared wagyu beef with fresh mushroom, garlic black pepper jus

Roasted roulade of chicken, young carrot

香煎黑椒嫩和牛
Pan- seared wagyu beef with fresh mushroom, garlic black pepper jus was next. The wagyu beef was delicious and went well with the fresh mushroom but I thought the garlic black pepper jus was slightly overwhelming. Chef Kok revealed that most Malaysian Chinese prefer black pepper jus so he created this for local palate. Regardless, I loved the wagyu beef.

 

Grilled cod fillet, wantan, mashed potato in saffron broth

薯泥云吞烤鱈鱼

Grilled cod fillet, wantan, mashed potato in saffron broth

薯泥云吞烤鱈鱼
The picture of this grilled cod fillet, wantan, mashed potato in saffron broth was used in many promotional items for MIGF 2012 as I was told. The portion for the grilled cod fillet was generous and it was heavenly. It went well with saffron broth but the mashed potato was a bit buttery for my liking.  However, some might love that taste of it, as usual it was subjective. I did ask for a second plate for this if the kitchen had a spare though. The fish was cooked to perfection.

 

Japanese somen, ginseng wine, jumbo prawns & scallop in clear essence

人參酒香海鮮麵

Japanese somen, ginseng wine, jumbo prawns & scallop in clear essence

人參酒香海鮮麵
Japanese somen, ginseng wine, jumbo prawns & scallop in clear essence. There is a reason this menu is highly recommended as this is the second dish with scallops. While the Japanese scallop wowed me just now, this Canadian scallop didn’t disappoint me either. It was clear that chef was toning down the menu with simple and yet savoury Japanese somen with ginseng wine in clear essence. The Japanese somen was a beauty and complimented with a huge jumbo prawn with two scallops. To be frank there was only hint of the ginseng wine so it didn’t spoil the subtle taste of the soup.

 

 

Chilled water chestnut jelly, strawberry-red bean ice cream

 

Chilled water chestnut jelly, strawberry-red bean ice cream

 

Lastly, we had the Chilled water chestnut jelly, strawberry-red bean ice cream. Another huge portion of chilled water chestnut jelly and interestingly paired with strawberry-red bean ice cream. It was a great dish to end the MIGF 2012 Chinese menu.

Overall, Dynasty Restaurant gave me a very good impression on their MIGF 2012 menu. There were a few favourites on my list and that includes Abalone with chilled spicy vermicelli salad, Fish maw, cabbage & ocean treasure bouillon, Grilled cod fillet, wantan, mashed potato in saffron broth and Japanese somen, ginseng wine, jumbo prawns & scallop in clear essence.

I agreed with Chef Kok that the portion can easily fits for two persons. The Dynasty Restaurant MIGF 2012 Menu at Renaissance Hotel is highly recommended, the portion is generous, the price is reasonable and the food was good.
The festival menu is priced at:

RM138++ without wines

RM188++ with wines

RM108 ++ Light festival menu

(Trio of Appetizers, Soup, choice of one Main & Dessert)

 

 

Festival diners will also enjoy a host of privileges such as:-

Complimentary cocktail on arrival

20% discount on selected wines/champagne ordered

20% discount on any beverage with the Festival Menu

Spend RM800nett and take home a free bottle of wine

15%  discounts on selected cigars with the Festival Menu

Book more than 10 seats and enjoy 20% discount on the Festival Menu

20% discount on benchmarked room rate. Applicable with Festival Menu booking

Book for 15 seats and enjoy one complimentary Buffet Dinner @ TEMPTationS

 

Make a date with us all through October! Both Sagano and Dynasty are open daily for lunch from 12noon to 2.30pm and dinner from 6.30pm to 11.00pm. To discover more, please call 03-2162 2233 or email [email protected]

Read also our review on Sagano at Sagano Restaurant at Renaissance Hotel MIGF 2012 Review

 

7 thoughts on “Dynasty Restaurant MIGF 2012 Menu at Renaissance Hotel

  1. Hi Cyong,

    Yes, the portion is comfortable for two. You read it correct. I hope you are going to try out their menu and let us know what you think.

    Wilson

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