Tuesday, October 30, 2012

HALAL Chinese Food @ Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant, Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam

"Hey, wanna meet up for some Chinese Food?"
"Is it Halal?"
"Why, of course, if not why'd I ask you in the first place"
"Nay, I'll pass. Sorry."
" -----------"

I always face this kind of scenario when concerning most of my Muslim friends. It's either they'll always be in doubt of the halal authenticity of the food or just don't like Chinese food. Either way, it's really a great loss to them.

What's not to like about Chinese food? It's healthy and speaks volumes of oriental culture. (I'm putting "words" here that I myself not sure if it means well, haha!)

Well, fear no more, I'm glad that more Chinese food based restaurants are putting in effort to gain the Halal certificate. And mind you, that's not an easy task. Now, muslims everywhere can be rest assured that Tuen Yuen Chinese Restaurant inGrand Bluewave Hotel Shah Alam is Halal certified. Hurrayy!!! ^__^

Taking on the buffet theme, this restuarant is now offering the All You Can Eat "Claypot & Sizzling" buffet! This special offer is held throughout the month of October and November seven days a week during lunch and dinner which will spoil you with choices of claypot and sizzling dishes together with selections of dim sum, soups, noodles, rice, meat dishes and desserts.

The best thing is, ALL dishes are HALAL and cooked  (yes, cooked not heated!) upon order so all diners will get to enjoy fresh and steaming hot delicacies.


Chinese Cuisine Chef Patrick Ng has prepared us quite a wonderful dining experience with his seven recipes of claypots and seven different sizzling dishes.

All dishes are prepared by Chef Patrick Ng, who has more than 20 years of cooking experience.

Lo and behold, below are some close-ups of the dishes being presented that night.

Prepared with perfection!
Clockwise from upper left (big pictures) : Fish Soup with Pepper and Herbs, Stir Fried Chicken with Dried Chilli and Onion, Pan Fried Prawn with Glass Noodle and Roast Garlic in Claypot. and Pan Fried Lamb Chop with Coffee Sauce.

I've named 4 dishes of the 14 dishes available. If you're interested to know more, go on and head to Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant yourself! You won't regret it!

This promotion is priced at RM55++ (adult) and RM27.50++ (Children from 4 to 11 years old), available from 11.30am until 2.30pm (lunch) and 6.oopm until 10.30pm (dinner), 7 days a week.

Address:
Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant Level 1,
Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam,
Persiaran Perbandaran,
Seksyen 14, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor

For inquiries and reservations, please call: 03-5511 8811 ext. 2616

11 comments:

Pocket said... [Reply]

chinese food have to things that u wanna put into consideration before going...
one would be the halal issue.
once this one is OK, then 50% of 'FOODIES' will definitely be going already.

two is the MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE,
yes they can show u that they're not using em so much during the frying,
no sprinkle here and there of the
'DUSTY SPARKLES OF GOODNESS'
but believe me,
its everywhere!! its inside the sauce, its inside the kuah, its inside the broth...
one always feel dehydrated after each servings of CHinese food.
or at least old people like i do.

so we got the Halal issue OK. how is the second one?

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@pocket... owhhh.. need to address this issue to the right people then. ^__^

But I sure didn't feel dehydrated after each serving though.. hurmmm..

Razak Zanudin said... [Reply]

salam Jard... like to read all your posting!.. thanks for sharing.. due halal rest in Malaysia, for me, we have lots of choice other than Chinese so called halal rest, so I think it's better if we eat at Muslim halal rest 1st rather than non Muslim... if outside the country, then diff story due not much halal rest source, so can go for it.. only on my opinion.. hehe..

Alid Abdul said... [Reply]

I do love Chinese Food, I love greasy food hahaha. kamu harus ajak saya lah, saya tak menolak haha

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@razak.. I hear you but we are living in a multi cultural country and we must not be biased or prejudice on other races.

If the taste is right and of good quality, why not eat at the best restaurants out there even if it is owned by a Chinese or any other race by that matter? =)

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@alid.. boleh ajak. no problem... tapi harus datang malaysia dulu lah. hehehe. =)

Asma Khan said... [Reply]

Salaam Jard!

I saw your blog and am heading to do some backpacking myself! Thank you for the great tips! I was wondering...would you mind another muslimah joining you on your trips for a short time wherever you are...perhaps in December? I love traveling, but I enjoy I enjoy it even more when I'm witha friend!

Jard The Great said... [Reply]

@asma khan.. wassalam!! oh em gii!! I'd love a travel partner!!! Do email me so that we could start planning!! yayyy!! *excited mode on!

JieJ said... [Reply]

Jard, i am die hard fan for chinese food!! especially the dim sum..mana jak yang aku tau ada halal one, aku pergi terus..hehe..

It's true, aku pun mengadapi senario macam tu..that is why aku bangga jadi sabahan..heheh..kalik terkejut dorang kalau tengok org melayu lepak di kedai kopi cina di sabah tu..heheh

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