Reunite And Celebrate With Glowing Abundance This CNY In Sunway Resort

Leading up to an exciting and prosperous Year of the Tiger, The Resort Café at Sunway Resort has prepared a series of Glowing Abundance festive dining offerings from now until 15 February 2022. Gather your loved ones and indulge in a roaring buffet feast featuring traditional Chinese delicacies and specially curated signature dishes for a memorable reunion and celebration.

Festooned with red lanterns and gold fairy lights along the main street of Persiaran Lagoon that illuminates the path to The Resort Café’s moon gate that is symbolic of renewal while offering an auspicious welcome for guests who walkthrough. Past the grand entryway adorned with lantern pillars, cascading blooms in hues of red, gold and pink, a six-foot tiger centrepiece holds court at the Insta-worthy decorated Chinese pavilion with pockets of scene settings within the restaurant to celebrate the occasion.

Sunway Resort’s Executive Chef Peter Lee Tong Siong and his culinary team have prepared a range of traditional and auspicious dishes to be featured on The Resort Café’s buffet spread and special takeaway menus for the season.


Available for dine-in and takeaway

Gold Leaf Hokkaido Scallop & Salmon Caviar Yee Sang

Chinese New Year celebrations would be incomplete without the customary tradition of a lively prosperity toss! Available for dine-in and takeaway from 17 January to 14 February 2022, The Resort Café’s Yee Sang specialsare freshly prepared daily with a choice of Traditional Plum and Wasabi Plum dressings. The introduction of a new premium Gold Leaf, Hokkaido Scallop and Salmon Caviar Yee Sang complemented with Asian pear, rose apple, jackfruit, avocado dressing and MCT oil brings a touch of sparkly indulgence and is available at MYR488 (full portion) or MYR248 (half portion). Another luxe version not to be missed is the Lobster, Salmon and Flaxseed Yee Sang,available in full and half portions at MYR238 and MYR120 each respectively.

Seafood lovers will be delighted with other options such as the Premium Soft-Shell Crab, Hokkigai and Salmon or Salmon Yee Sang, all served with flaxseed, cinnamon vine, Asian pear and assorted sweet pickles with prices ranging from MYR198 to MYR148 (full portion) and from MYR118 to MYR88 (half portion). The Avocado and Flaxseed Fruity Yee Sang will refresh the palate for vegetarians at MYR138 (full portion) and MYR78 (half portion). Buffet diners will get to enjoy 50% off the full portion prices.


17 January – 14 February 2022

An assortment of Dim Sum

After receiving roaring reviews last year, the Roasted Black Truffle Duck makes a comeback with a prime showcase on the buffet spread or opt for takeaway complete with side dishes and enjoy it at home with loved ones. The unique ebony coloured duck is marinated in a special stock infused with aromatic herbs before being stuffed with truffle paste, shallots, fresh orange and black garlic, and roasted to perfection for a tender and juicy finish.

Diners can also look forward to indulging in a wide range of fresh seafood which includes freshly shucked oysters, salmon, tiger prawns, crabs, abalone and more. Other key highlights to anticipate are speciality dishes such as braised South African abalone with black garlic sauce, roasted prime rib, Chinese-style grilled barbecue chicken, basil crusted lamb leg, crudo platter to name a few.


17 January – 14 February 2022

For at-home celebrations with a 24-hour advanced notice, The Resort Café’s Prosperous Feasting Takeaway Menu includes the range of Yee Sang specials and Chinese delicacies like braised abalone, roasted black truffle duck, longevity noodles, grilled lamb rack, Korean-style spicy barramundi skewers, traditional steamed waxed meat rice, desserts and much more. Choose the convenience of self-pickup or delivery through Grab or Lalamove, paid directly to the driver upon order submission by guests, or via TABLEAPP. To place your orders, visit, call +60 3 7495 2009 or WhatsApp +6019 381 5568 today.

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