What better way than to usher in the Year of the Red Fire Rooster with exciting beginnings and
a scrumptious selection of oriental-inspired delights at Lai Ching Yuen, Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. It’s time to reunite with family, friends and business associates for a festive feast. Spring into new beginnings and celebrate this auspicious Lunar New Year with imperial indulgences specially crafted for joyous reunions. Toss to a successful and prosperous start before you delight in a variety of expertly prepared oriental dishes. 


Located at the first floor of Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur, the restaurant, headed by Chef
Terrence Foong, promises an assortment of delicious traditional Chinese New Year 9 course set
menus that start from MYR 1888.00 for a table of ten.

Yee Sang with Jelly Fish and Crispy Fish Skin 

The set menus offer different choices of Yee Sang selections; Green Apple, Pear & Mango Yee
Sang, Crispy Fish Skin Yee Sang, Sliced Norwegian Salmon Yee Sang, Soft Shell Crab Yee Sang,
Sliced Abalone Yee Sang, and a must try special Yee Sang with Soba Noodle, Grilled Chicken and
Smoked Duck.
Double-boiled shark’s fin soup with Crabmeat and assorted seafood. 
Flavorful broth with soft yet resilient texture. 
Wok-fried prawns “Bei Fong Tong Style”
I adore this dish a lot as it had good flavors. Deep fried and stir-fried with chef’s homemade mixture to perfection. 

Steamed White Cat Fish with Minced Ginger 
Successfully built a deep, warm and slightly spicy flavour. A simple yet healthy dish. 
Roasted Crispy Chicken “Pi Pa” Style with prawn crackers 
“Chicken symbolizes happiness and prosperity – especially when it is served whole.”
It is the proper cooked and delicious roast chicken that leads to a beautifully succulent meal. 
Stir-fried fresh and crunchy Hong Kong Kailan topped with enoki mushroom. 
Coating is crisp and makes a satisfying shattering sound when you bite into it. 
Fried rice with assorted Chinese waxed meat wrapped in lotus leaf. 
The leaf imparts a wonderful fresh fragrance to the fried rice. Delicious and done well. 
New Year “Nian Gao” Dual Variation 
Pan-fried “Nian Gao” and deep fried “Nian Gao”. The usual pretty popular snack prepared at the end of Chinese New Year. 
Double Boiled White fungus with Longan and Sea coconut 
Sea coconut is chewy, white fungus is slightly crunchy so it’s a great contrast. 

Guests can feast on a sumptuous buffet with a tempting choice of seafood on ice, local wok-
fried favourites, steamed dim sums, freshly made pasta, grilled prime meats, delightful cakes,
tantalizing desserts and special Chinese New Year Dishes at our all- day dining restaurant, The
Mill Cafe. Priced at only RM 98 nett per person for lunch and RM 118 nett per person for
dinner, the buffet includes a complimentary Vegetarian Yee Sang for a table of 8 persons.
Buffet Lunch
Adult: MYR 98.00 per person
Child: MYR 48.00 per child*
Buffet Dinner
Adult: MYR 118.00 per person
Child: MYR 58.00 per child*
Saturday Seafood Buffet
Adult: MYR 160.00 per person
Child: MYR 80.00 per child*
Sunday Brunch
Adult: RM 118.00 per person
Child: RM 58.00 per person
So, spring your way into prosperity with an abundance of traditionally infused dishes in Grand
Millennium Kuala Lumpur this year.

Grand Millennium Hotel, 55100, Kuala Lumpur, 160, Jalan Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Bukit Bintang, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

12pm-230pm // 630pm-10pm daily