SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown will bring you on an adventure if you’re craving your Chinatown joy especially the hawkers’ food, you’re in for a treat!
SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown @ SICC CELEBRATES 600 DISHES OF REGIONAL CHINESE CUISINES
Sabah International Convention Centre (SICC) will bring to you an unforgettable Chinese New Year adventure – Chinatown at SICC Brunch Buffet, featuring the very best quality Chinese New Year fare, gracefully served in a buffet on the second day of the Chinese New Year, 2 February 2022 from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
If you’re craving your Chinatown joy especially the hawkers’ food, you’re in for a treat! As we continue our passion for local Chinese culture, food and history. Not only is the spreads on offer super delicious and full of flavour, but it also has a very high dining ambience that includes vibrant and traditional activities.
SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown Location
Tanjung Lipat, Jalan Tun Fuad Stephens, 88400 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
- SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown @ SICC CELEBRATES 600 DISHES OF REGIONAL CHINESE CUISINES
- SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown Location
- 8 Treasure Chicken in Ancient Dough
- Salted Egg Prawn
- Longevity Noodles with superior sauce
- Steamed Garoupa
- Nian Gao
- Head Chef Ang Hon Tung bring your special curated SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown
8 Treasure Chicken in Ancient Dough
Roaring into the Year of the Tiger, the chefs in SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown masterfully designed to recreate a traditional dish from scratch – the Beggar’s Chicken from the flavours of eastern Chinese cuisine, 8 Treasure Chicken in Ancient Dough is a spectacularly rich meal and an ethereal culinary experience. The toasted lotus leaf carries the aromatic and authentic flavours, fusing the condiments, the chicken, and the herbs into one memorable mouthful.
This delicacy is best served with freshly ground steamed rice and soy sauce, serving as the pale light to a complex background of soy, ginger, sesame, white pepper, red chilli, ginger, and an array of other plant-based spices, herbs, and condiments. The taste of succulent chicken and rich herbs inside the ancient dough make the 8 treasure chicken the ultimate Chinese New Year delicacy. The special recipes ensure every bite is roasted to perfection, maintaining the quality of the herbs.
As the wheel of fortune turns, so do the foods you look forward to eating. The Chinese believe money and prosperity flow down with gratitude to our ancestors, therefore, many Chinese meals revolve around shared dishes that represent this. One of the representative dishes on Chinese New Year is roast honey chicken, which is offered to bring luck and reunite families. If you’re sick of greasy fast-food chicken, bring in the taste of quality chicken cooked right when you order with roast honey chicken.
Salted Egg Prawn
Eating an egg represents good fortune for Chinese people during the Chinese New Year. Prawn is not only seen as auspicious food but also is plump and generous. Therefore, salted egg prawn is a symbol of wealth and tasty happiness. As a Chinese tradition, salted egg prawns are almost always available during the Chinese New Year.
Now you can have generous servings of tasty salted egg prawns anytime you wish. The salted egg yolk has a distinctively smooth and silky texture, highly flavored and with a salty aftertaste. It is apt and quite popular as a topping to rice or noodles. The success of this dish lies in its simplicity and delicate appetizing taste. Everyone will enjoy it with their family and friends alike.
Longevity Noodles with superior sauce
This seasonal delicacy is sure to have each visitor marveling at the exquisite flavors on your tongue. This noodle dish is a tribute to longevity. Enjoy a delicious bowl full of longevity noodles with a sweet and sour sauce that comes with a hefty serving of protein of your choice (beef or chicken) that will guarantee you will not feel hungry.
The noodles taste great and the texture is very soft. When do you see noodles on the menu and regret the fact that you didn’t order them? From now on, there will be extra noodles on your table anytime your want.
Garoupa fish, also known as red carp – is known as the fish of wealth in Chinese folklore. However, it’s tastier than you can imagine. This is a dish you need to try during Chinese New Year. Chinese Garoupa looks simple, like a small carp, but just wait. Wrapped with a layer of fat, the clear and fragrant sauce is full of aged herbs and condiments.
The skin is crisp, leaving the skin of the tree glossiness inside, which means good fish, fresh and delicious. But the best part is just how juicy it tastes. A really good steamed fish requires a lot of skill and effort and requires careful attention to minute details, and the chefs in the dim sum restaurants have mastered this. Garoupa will be a perfect meal during the Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year has different meanings depending on where you come from and when during the year it is, but Nian Gao is one of those things that everyone eats when celebrating. Nian Gao is a sticky and delicious dessert made to celebrate Chinese New Year.
This rice cake dessert bursts with happiness, good fortune, and endless prosperity. Nian Gao is a traditional Chinese delicacy, and to have it on this day means wealth, good luck, and success for an entire year to come.
This delicacy is not only beautiful to look at and gorgeous to eat, but it’s also quite tasty. Rice, sweet black rice, is also a staple food in the Chinese culture, with the belief that it is beneficial to health.
Head Chef Ang Hon Tung bring your special curated SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown
Whether you are a foodie or just a lover of Chinese culture and history, SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown offering on February 2nd will give you a reason to hang around at SICC. They will be serving a special buffet spread of more than 600 dishes of the famous regional cuisines including Hakka, Cantonese, Hokkien, Hainan, Teochew and more. The buffet will tantalize your taste buds and brings you wonderful memories and a delicious Chinatown experience here in Kota Kinabalu.
Head Chef Ang Hon Tung is well experienced in the Chinese kitchen in Singapore and the Kota Kinabalu hotels. He is an expert in traditional Chinese food. Head Chef Ang Hon Tung specialises in traditional Chinese foods and produces dishes that are full of flavours and spices. Great to know that there are a number of people like Ang who produce quality Chinese food for others to consume!
To celebrate the lunar celebration, SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown is also hosting an exclusive lion dance showcase featuring the high-pole show as well as the exciting twin-tower performance. The lion show performance is scheduled at 11.00 am with a special appearance by the God of Fortune and our lucky Tiger!
Another highlight during the SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown is the Swiss Roll cake decorating by our talented Pastry Chef Salfean Salleh and his team. Watch as the chefs skilfully transform the mandarin orange cake into a majestic dragon, one of the 12 Chinese New Year horoscopes.
SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown is offering two dining options; Buffet Brunch + Lion Dance Show (10.00 am to 2.30 pm) at RM138nett per adult, RM108nett for Senior Citizens aged 60 years old and above, and RM68nett for children 5 to 12 years of age; while for Buffet Brunch only (2.30 pm to 4.30 pm) is at RM88.00nett per adult, RM68nett per Senior Citizen aged 60 and above and RM38nett per child from 5 to 12 years of age. Guests can WhatsApp +6019 625 0905 or call +6088 206 060 for reservations or enquiries.
Sabah International Convention Centre is the latest addition to MICE venues in Malaysia and the largest in Borneo. The iconic 6-hectare multi-functional venue offers the finest meeting, conference, entertainment and exhibition facilities in Sabah with a total function space of 153,197sqm and the gross built-up of the complex is 60,514sqm perfect venue for the SICC Brunch Buffet Chinatown.
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