Chinese New Year Menu at Royal Flush at Oasis Ara Damansara

[Chinese New Year Special]

Royal Flush Oasis Square Ara Damansara

 

I’ve been very blessed to be able to attend a fair number of Chinese New Year menu reviews at various restaurants this year and I was pretty excited when the nice folks at Royal Flush invited us to try one of their Chinese New Year set dinner menus as I have pretty fond memories of the last time MHB went to try Royal Flush’s CNY menu back in 2013 (you can read more about that visit here – https://timchew.net/2013/02/04/food-review-royal-flush-chinese-restaurant/)

As this was an exclusive review for MHB and my last Chinese New Year review for the year, it was a more relaxed atmosphere for us and we got to let our hair down and just have fun. Anyway on to the review.

Royal flush is definitely the most outstanding restaurant at Oasis Square in Ara Damansara due to the fact that it is built to resemble a small Chinese palace with lots of traditional Chinese décor and architecture.

 

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The main dining room on the ground floor. There are also private dining rooms on the first floor.

The main dining room on the ground floor. There are also private dining rooms on the first floor.

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The girls amusing themselves while waiting for dinner to be served

The girls amusing themselves while waiting for dinner to be served

Royal Flush Prosperity Yee Sang with Salmon

Royal Flush Prosperity Yee Sang with Salmon

Royal Flush Prosperity Yee Sang with Salmon

Starting off the Chinese New Year dinner with the traditional lou sang.

Believe it or not, this was only my second time having salmon yee sang this year although I've already been for 6 Chinese New Year dinners! A lot of restaurants showcased their unique yee sang creations such as vege/ fruit yee sangs but this remains my favourite.

Believe it or not, this was only my second time having salmon yee sang this year although I’ve already been for 6 Chinese New Year dinners! A lot of restaurants showcased their unique yee sang creations such as vege/ fruit yee sangs but this remains my favourite.

Tossing for prosperity!

Tossing for prosperity!

Double Boiled Top Shell with Ginseng Root

Double Boiled Top Shell with Ginseng Root

Double Boiled Top Shell with Ginseng Root

The broth was sweet and flavourful and included among others, chicken, dried scallops and mushrooms. This was a very healthy start to the meal.

Steamed Kampung Chicken with Dried Scallops & Green Vegetables

Steamed Kampung Chicken with Dried Scallops & Green Vegetables

Steamed Kampung Chicken with Dried Scallops & Green Vegetables

I actually enjoyed this dish a lot as the flavourful sauce added lots of flavour to the tender steamed kampung chicken!

Steamed Giant Garoupa Hakka Style

Steamed Giant Garoupa Hakka Style

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Steamed Giant Garoupa Hakka Style

Fresh and tender slices of garoupa with a light soya sauce and topped with parsley for some freshness!

Baked Ming Prawns with Japanese Sauce

Baked Ming Prawns with Japanese Sauce

Baked Ming Prawns with Japanese Sauce

This was an interesting combination but one that went pretty well. The salty and slightly sweet Japanese sauce added a nice dimension to this dish.

Braised Mushroom Fish Maw with Vegetables

Braised Mushroom Fish Maw with Vegetables

Braised Mushroom Fish Maw with Vegetables

Some vegetables to balance out the meal. I went mainly for the fish maw and mushrooms though which went very well with the next dish…

Chinese New Year Waxed Meat Rice

Chinese New Year Waxed Meat Rice

Chinese New Year Waxed Meat Rice

A dish that is commonly found during Chinese New Year. Not the most healthy of dishes due to the high sodium content from the waxed Chinese sausages (lap cheong) and waxed duck but this is one of my favourite CNY dishes! The portion of waxed meat was pretty generous although in the picture above it doesn’t look like it but trust me…there’s lots of it hidden under the rice.

Chilled Longan with Sea Coconut

Chilled Longan with Sea Coconut

Chilled Longan with Sea Coconut

A nice refreshing end to the meal.

Crispy Chinese New Year Pancake with Yam

Crispy Chinese New Year Pancake with Yam

Crispy Chinese New Year Pancake with Yam

Ahhhh my favourite nian gao dessert! This popular dessert has a layer of yam in between and was not too sweet!

 

The menu above is Set Menu A and is priced at RM1,188.00++ for a table of 10 pax.

There are also various other menus for you to choose from this Chinese New Year:

Royal Flush CNY Set

Royal Flush Reunion Set

 

I’m glad to notice that Royal Flush is not serving any sharks fin as part of their Chinese New Year menu. It’s an ethical change that I hope other Chinese restaurants will make as well.

I’d highly advise you to book in advance if you’re looking to have your Chinese New Year meal there. There is ample parking in Oasis Square, Ara Damansara and if you go early (say before 7.00pm), the water fountain area outside Royal Flush is very nice for photos. Shoot with Royal Flush in the background for a nice Chinese New Year feel!

 

Royal Flush is located at

Central Piazza, Oasis Square Ara Damansara,

No. 2, Jalan PJU 1A/7A ,

47301 Petaling Jaya,

Selangor, Malaysia.

 

Telephone: 03-7831 1339

Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/theroyalflushmalaysia

 

Photos shot by Andy Kho (www.andykho.com) using the Sony Alpha 6000.

 

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Happy Chinese New Year!

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