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Sunday, August 10, 2014

Tai Thong Group Mid-Autumn Festival Mooncakes and Dishes

With about a month away more to go till Mid-Autumn Festival, many have already started with their Mooncakes and Tai Thong Group is one of them. Held at the Imperial China Restaurant at Subang Jaya, they unveiled to the media and guests their newest flavors concocted for this year.
Driven by the Master Chef's desire for experimentation and preserving traditions, this year's mooncake range is priced the same as the last year and is marked by 5 new flavors - from fruity tangs to the distinct taste of the king of all fruits, durian.

Dragon Fruit and Coconut Single Yolk:
A novel blend of dragon fruit and coconut with salted egg yolk. This creation produces a fruity sensation.

Honey Grapefruit and Mixed Nuts:
It's with a refreshing honey grapefruit paste that's paired with dried fruits, winter melon, almonds and sesame seeds.

Snow Skin Honey Lemon Grapefruit:
The sweet fragrance of honey grapefruit paste is offset by the zesty tinge of lemon. An interesting combination.

In addition to the 3 new flavors above, Tai Thong this year introduces 2 new edition to it's Durian Mooncake range, the D24 and the Red Prawn made from 100% premium grade Durians, both has it's own distinct taste and texture and is named as the Premium Durian Duet.

Premium Durian Duet Red Prawn:
Made with snowskin, the Red Prawn is balanced off with it. Thick, custard-creamy and bold making it a satisfying dessert.

Premium Durian Duet D24:
Using fresh and fragrant D24 durians, the specialists at Tai Thong turned the flesh into a creamy clotty pulp which of course, is wrapped with soft delicate snow skin.

The Premium Durian Duet is available only in a box set which contains 2 of each that are priced at a total of RM88 and is limited edition.

This follows from their highly successful Imperial Musang King Royale Mooncake which was launched last year and is also available again this year as well.
In addition to these Mooncakes that we savored, we also tasted one of their Mid-Autumn Poon Choy set meal.

Started off with the Double-boiled Village Chicken with Truffle Soup:
Nice and flavorful. The chicken was boiled till really tender but still intact at the bones and when you lift it up, it just easily comes up for you to enjoy it's meat. The addition of the truffle was a real delight in taste. A very good start to the dish.

Turbot Fish (Deep-fried with celery):
 
Can also have it steamed with Soy Sauce.

The Tai Thong Prosperity Poon Choy:
Includes Broccoli, Mushrooms, Pig Trotters, Fish Maw, Prawns and others. It comes with the complimentary special claypot where you can just pack it home.

Stir Fried Assorted Grains:
The grains that are fried are Brown Rice, Pine Nuts and White Rice.

And we finished off with the Chilled Lychee with Sea Coconut dessert:



Unfortunately, my camera flash failed to work that day leaving a lot of yellowish looking pictures above. LOL. Oh well.

Tai Thong Group has many restaurants throughout Malaysia. As for the Imperial China in Subang Jaya, it's located at:
3rd Floor, Jaya Square, No. 7343, Jalan SS17/2, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan
Open from 11.30am-2.30pm and 6pm-10.30pm from Mon-Sat and 9.30am-2.30pm and 6pm-10.30pm on Sunday's and Public Holidays.

1 comments:

Happy walker said...

ok lah, i support tai thong~ =D

Regards,
(A Growing Teenager Diary)