4 Unique yee sang you can try at Pavilion KL
It's the Year of the Monkey and taking the same playful spirit of 2016's spirit/zodiac animal, why not be adventurous and try some of these unique versions of yee sang that our fave restaurants in Pavilion Kuala Lumpur have creatively whipped up?
With abundant cured pork belly slices gracing the plate, served with fresh mixed garden salad, apples, mandarin oranges, crispy tortilla corn chips, assorted roasted nuts and topped with sweet and sour plus sauce, Morganfield's version is every pork lover's dream yee sang.
The Pork-sperity Lou Sang is priced at RM39.90 nett for 4-5 pax. For reservations, call 03-2141 3192.
Closer to the familiar taste of yee sang yet still unique is the Thai version at Chakri Palace. They're also having a special deal where diners who spend above RM300 in a single receipt will receive a complimentary small yee sang-which on its own is valued at RM69++.
The promotion period is from 25 Jan till 26 Feb. For reservations, call 03-2143 1141.
For a yee sang with a more Japanese flair (think of all the salmon) to it, give Ichiban Boshi a go as they have three kinds of set to choose from with reasonable rates starting from RM30.88++ to RM58.88++.
The promotion period ends 29 Feb.
Do you prefer jellyfish or salmon in your yee sang? You can have either or both put together; the only difference at Din Tai Fung is that they use smoked salmon. Prices start from RM52.80++ to RM108.80++ and you can choose between the Standard or Deluxe size.
Their yee sang is available for both takeaway and pre-order.