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Starting from May 30 till June 3, Zing with Groupon Malaysia will be offering an amazing deal for a delightful 6-course Cantonese cuisine specially prepared and crafted by Chef Leong.

For RM 39, indulge yourself in a luxurious 6-course fine dining worth RM 102.08! Yet another great deal brought to us by Groupon Malaysia (link:

Zing is an elegant and contemporary Chinese restaurant located on level one of the Grand Millennium Hotel.

Opened since June 2008, this 5-star hotel is ideally located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur along the ever busy street of Jalan Bukit Bintang (next to the Pavilion shopping mall).

Chef Leong Weng Heng, a passionate and award-winning chef with over 20 years of experience working in top restaurants and hotels.

Through extensive researching and practicing of new techniques, Chef Leong has revolutionized Zing by adopting a healthier way of cooking - using less salt, less sugar and less oil.

Zing interior decoration is an innovative concept to capture the spirit of the new millennium with its sophisticated and elegant ambiance.

Predominantly focused on traditional Shanghai in the 30s – from the style of the furniture, artwork to artifacts.

We had a great time watching the chefs moving around the open-concept kitchen getting busy preparing our appetizers.

Eye pleasing appetizers; the chefs nowadays are always trying to out-do each other with not just the taste, but also with the presentation.

The first course, four hot starters made of stir fried kung pao chicken, stir fried squid with X.O sauce, deep fried soft shell crab and salad wanton. A wonderful blend of flavors in one single plate!

The second course, mix roast platter with a combination of roast duck, siew yok (roast pork belly) and char siew (barbecued pork). We personally like the roast duck the most - it was succulent tender with perfectly crisp skin and the sinful thin layer of melt-in-mouth fats. We just wish there were more of it!

Well, we managed to get ourselves another plate of char siew though! *evil laughs* The char siew was comparable and top notch if you gotten the cut with the right fat-to-lean ratio and caramelized charred edges.

The third course, slightly deep-fried soon hock (marbled goby) fish sauteed with whole garlic and bean puff. Definitely the most expensive highlight from our six-course menu, totally worth paying RM 39 solely for this luxurious fish!

The forth course, braised deep-fried homemade bean curd with seared scallop and garden greens. The bean curd had a nice thin golden crust outside but soft and smooth inside. The lightly seared scallop was delightfully sweet and fresh.

The fifth course, stir fried egg noodles with shredded honey barbecue pork and sprinkled with sesame seeds. It was a little bland and the chef was notified.

The final course for dessert, sweet potato in ginger soup with black sesame glutinous rice balls. It was warm and comforting after our multiple course meal.

Some of the other highlights for this deal are:
  • 3 hours free parking.
  • Children aged 6 and below dine for free.
  • Minimum 2 Groupons/table.
  • Redemption begins June 4 and expires Sept 4, 2011.
  • Applicable daily for dinner from 6.30pm - 10.30pm.

Not to forget with the Dragon Boat Festival (端午節) coming up in June, which means it's time for the Chinese restaurants to peddle up their bak chang (rice dumplings). During this bak chang season, Zing will be offering an array of tempting traditional bak chang and as well as workshops in making bak chang.

Bak chang reminds me alot of my childhood. I used to help my mom and aunt in making bak chang. It was fun greedily trying to fill it up and transforming it into some oversize out-of-shape bak chang.

It was a hearty combination of flavors encapsulated by the soft fluffy glutinous rice that are wrapped in aromatic bamboo leaves.

Once cracked open, there were tonnes of treasure inside. Some of the common ingredients in bak chang are marinated pork belly, mung beans, kidney beans, mushroom, salted egg yolk and chestnut.

Verdict: Like fine dining, the food came out one at a time on little plates portion and we were surprised to be quite full by the end. Definitely worth paying RM 39 for these delightful six-course with an opulent dining experience.

Level One, Grand Millennium Hotel,
160, Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2117 4180
Business Hours: Opens daily from 12pm - 2:30pm and 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
Pork Free: No
GPS: 3.148089, 101.712112
Map: View Eat Lah Food Map in a larger map

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