SHANG PALACE : The New Ala Carte Menu

The Shang Palace restaurant in Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa 
brings us a brand new ala-carte menu! 


With 12 new creations by chef Chua Chee Seng  and chef Alex Zee, 
it is going to be another food lover's adventure! 

Check out their absolutely scrumptious new dishes! 

NEW ala-carte menu 
Sautéed diced chicken with dried chilli and cashew nuts      RM29.00 
Deep fried yam ring with diced chicken and cashew nuts      RM26.00  
Wok-fried Nestum cereal prawns      RM44.00 
Stir-fried scallop with XO sauce & seasonal vegetables      RM68.00 
Tartar prawn meat with cheese   RM52.00
Deep-fried soft shell crab with salt and pepper      RM44.00 
Deep-fried squid with salt and pepper      RM28.00 
Steamed seafood bean curd with egg      RM28.00 
Braised dried scallop and “Chi Bau Ku” with spinach    RM75.00 
Sautéed bean curd, eggplant, preserved vegetable      RM20.00  
Wok-fried udon noodle with black pepper and seafood      RM23.00 
Chilled herbal jelly with honey      RM8.00 

Let's begin with a pictorial introduction of 
Shang Palace in Shangrila's Tanjung Aru Resort and Spa! 

I've always had a preference of sitting in a dining area 
with natural lighting. Their main dining area is carpeted and is very spacious. 



I guess I'm still very much an old-romantic inside so I would probably also sit here
with my fiance to enjoy the calming view of the garden and sea. 


Cereal Breaded Chicken Strips with Seven Spices
This dish is an instant champion! 
I'm not kidding, this is an absolute must-try! 
The crispy layer enveloping the juicy chicken strips is packed with fragrant spices,
giving you a whole lot of flavor! 
Seriously appetizing. 


Sze Chuan Bean Curd with Minced Beef 

A Chinese classic dish with a twist! 
Now with a delightful dose of Sze Chuan sauce all over the goodness of Tofu! 


Wok Fried Nestum Cereal Prawns
The mild but fragrant taste of Nestum surprisingly compliments 
and enhances the taste of these huge succulent prawns! 
Mixed with some curry leaves and tiniest bit of chilli padi,
this is such a crowd pleaser! 


Braised  Dried  Scallop with 'Chi Bau Ku' and Spinach
Something i have not tried before, and i'm pleasant surprised
that i took an instant liking to this dish. 
Especially the sauce. 
Not too salty, with  lots of scallops, 
and delicious Katsuobushi (i think) flakes as the topping!  


Hot and Sour Soup
A luxurious soup of vegetables. 
Balanced flavors of both spicy and sour. 
Since i'm still not a pro when it comes to spicy food,
(don't worry, I'm still training)
this dish had me feeling all warm and comfy inside 
despite my initial fear when the waiter served this to me! 


Deep Fried Yam Ring with Dice Chicken and Cashew Nuts

Healthy, yummy and filling! 
Fresh vegetables stir fried and placed in the middle of this crispy yam bowl! 


Another enjoyable place to eat is 
Cafe Tatu 
with a choice of outdoor dining if you prefer the sea breeze and sunshine,
or dine in the comforts of air conditioning (and be close to the buffet table ;p )

For a limited time only, 
guests will enjoy the authentic pull noodles from Hunan, China 
by Master Sun Xin! 


Noodles in Chicken & Vegetable Soup Shanxi Style 

The distinct taste of ginger that warms and comforts any hungry belly. 
A healthy yet filling meal on its own. 

Hubei Beef Soup Noodles

Pungent and aromatic, this dish is for those who love their food extremely flavorful. 
Texture of the noodles are thick and slightly chewy.
As I'm so used to the local noodles which are very soft,
this is definitely a new culinary experience. Absolutely yum!   


Freshly Made Coconut Pudding
And to sweet endings after so much delicious food, 
I looked forward to this local delight. 
Cold pudding with the sweetness and fragrance of coconuts,
this is THE dessert to have on a hot day! 

I had a truly enjoyable (and extravagant) lunch 
and I must say, this is definitely a place I would come more often now. 

A really good place for intimate family dinners, 
casual dates with loved ones,
or even a girl's day out! 


I feel so lucky to be able to have such an amazing lunch 
at Shang Palace & Cafe TATU with their equally amazing and friendly team. 
Thank you for inviting me. Such an honor. :) 


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The restaurant is open daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch 
and 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. for dinner. 

Shang Palace is also available for dim sum breakfast or brunch on Sunday and 
public holidays  from  10:00 a.m.  to  2:30 p.m.

For  reservations,  please telephone
(60 88) 327 888 or e-mail tah@shangri-la.com.

Comments

TheJessicat said…
Very nice photos! The place looks lovely. And the pulled noodles, reminds me of teh tarik lol!