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Friday, March 4, 2011

Toh Lee Chinese Restaurant



Now everyone can afford to dine in InterContinental Kuala Lumpur! From 1 to 31 March 2011, Toh Lee Chinese Restaurant offers an irresistible selection of great food at affordable price for lunch and dinner.

A melting pot of flavours await you as you tuck into unsurpassed delights such as the famous Taiwanese Stewed Chicken, Ma Po Beancurd in Claypot, Stewed Salmon Head in Brown sauce, Stewed Oxtail with Button Mushrooms & Red Wine and Stir-fried Beef with Preserved Clam Sauce.

If you like white meat, specialties like Sautéed Chicken with Ginger & Spring Onions, Fried Chicken with Chili Sauce, Braised Chicken with Egg Plants and many more tantalizing chicken dishes will bound to please your palate.

Craving for seafood? Try out aquatic favourites cooked to perfection by the skillful chefs at Toh Lee Chinese Restaurant such as Baked Prawns in Mongolian Specialty Sauce, Poached Prawns with Herbs, Deep-fried Fish with Sweet & Sour Sauce, Sautéed Fish Fillet with Black Pepper & Onion, Wok-fried Salmon with Garlic, Deep-fried Squid with Mayonnaise, Deep-fried Mussels with Butter Crisp and more.   

Using only the best of ingredients and herbs, our talented chefs have prepared more than 80 types of oriental dishes to satisfy your discerning taste buds at very affordable prices. Hence, be sure you to try out other tempting ‘home cooked’ food like the nourishing Crab Meat & Winter Melon Broth, Seaweed Tofu Soup, Shimeiji Mushrooms & Scallops Broth, the fragrant Fu Yong Fried Egg, the juicy Barbequed Chicken Char Siew and the smooth Braised Beancurd with Diced Seafood, just to name a few.

For vegetarians, indulge in Stewed Vegetarian Goose Roll with Sea Moss, Sautéed Vegetarian Chicken with Dried Chili, Deep-fried Vegetarian Prawn, Sautéed Mock Fish with Pickled Vegetables & Black Beans and other equally thrilling temptations.             
Other than these mouth-watering delectables, a selection of vegetables, beef, lamb, fried rice and noodles are also available cooked to your liking, be it fried, steamed, stir-fried, or braised.

Priced from RM15.00 to RM30.00 per dish, the Good Food Great Price promotion is available for a limited period from 1st to 31st March 2011 only. Toh Lee Chinese Restaurant is located at Level 1, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur and is open from 12.00noon to 2.30pm for lunch on weekdays, 11.00am to 2.30pm on Saturdays and 10.00am to 2.30pm on Sundays while open for 6.30pm till 10.30pm daily for dinner. 

For reservations and inquiries, please call +603 2782 6228.

Notes :
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2 comments:

  1. In Berlin, there are many Chinese restaurants. Chinese food is very popular in Germany. I like the Chinese and Asian cuisine. However, most Germans prefer the Italian cuisine. There are many Italian restaurants in Berlin

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  2. Joey thanks for the info and sharing with me really appreciate that. Hope one day I will travel to Berlin.

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