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Just a few more days till Chinese New Year! We reckon that some families will choose to have their reunion dinners at home, while others prefer to have it outside. If you are the latter and haven’t found a place to celebrate it yet, then this post is perfect for you!
Celebrating Chinese New Year with Chinese Muslim dishes can be as easy as pie. Since restaurants in general would come up with promotions and packages in conjunction with the festive season, we’d try to highlight the ones we know. All in favour of gastronomic feasting!
So Chinese New Year is just around the corner. Although K doesn’t celebrate it, we have family and friends who do. To all our family and friends who would be traveling during this festive season, we pray you’d have a safe and pleasant journey.
Like other festivities, Chinese New Year comes with the annual ritual of feasting! This is the time you’ll see your Chinese friends going out for those reunion dinners, tossing yee sang, and just having a good time over food.
Now, if you’re one of those who haven’t gotten the chance to try any Chinese New Year delicacies, don’t feel bad. These days, there are halal variations of the snacks and some can even be delivered to your doorstep!
About two weeks ago, my sister brought my dad to this new Chinese Muslim restaurant in KL – Hezhou Restaurant.
Dad ordered Ba Bao Cha (八宝茶) and my sister ordered Chrysanthemum tea.
Now Ba Bao Cha can be loosely translated as “8 Treasures Tea”. It basically means the tea has 8 types of ingredients. There may be slight variations in terms of the ingredients used in other restaurants, but common ingredients include tea leaves, red dates, goji berries, longan, and rock sugar.