A busy week it had been. Time occupied visiting relatives and friends, ‘stock piling’ red packets was pleasurable! Pretty convinced that all of you had a great time during the holidays and some of you might not even start off work just yet 🙂 Well, this celebratory is still on and I still can’t get my hands off the cookie jars and goodies as well as the lavish meals!!
Class commences today and my mind still stay put on a holiday mood. Switching back to a sedentary mode is not easy at all. Just have to force myself to do it.
Just a few days before the CNY, with great pleasure to join an early reunion dinner with some floggers, we feasted at New Formosa nestled at SS2 once again. Special thanks to Citygal for organizing and never to forget the kindness and hospitality of Jeanie, our dinner was filled with nothing but tasty fulfillment. Chris and I just can’t be abstained from their well-known desserts that left us an unforgettable contemplation 🙂
Let’s Lou Sang for a better year ahead!!
For this set meal of RM438++ (catered for 10 pax), this menu offers yee sang and shark’s fin.
and it includes:
- Formosa Salmon Yee Sang
- Braised Shark’s Fin with Dried Baby Scallops, Crab Meat & Bamboo Pith Soup
- TV Butter Tiger Prawns OR Steamed Tiger Prawns with Herbs in Hollow Bamboo Taiwanese Hakka Style
- Pomfret / Sea Bass New Style / HomeStyle Cooking or Teochew Style or with Green Scallions
- Braised Pig’s Trotter in Black Pepper Sauce OR Braised Duck with Seafood & Vegetables
- Fried Loofah, Mushrooms, Seaweed, Bean Curd Skin OR Fried Vegetables with Scallops
- Fried Spare Ribs with Pineapple & Taiwanese Sesame Chicken
- Steamed Yam Rice OR Braised Mee Sua/Noodles OR Fried Noodles Taiwanese Style
- one set of Puddings of variety (Herbal, Green Tea Aloe Vera, Custard Caramel, Mango & Yam)
- Taiwanese Muachi
- Chinese Tea, Rice
Formosa Salmon Yee Sang
Braised Shark’s Fin with Dried Baby Scallops, Crab Meat & Bamboo Pith Soup was refreshing and was able to clear our throats. Very soothing and tasted mild enough. Its taste was recognizably different in nature than those of many restaurants due to their creativity of using different ingredients.
Steamed Tiger Prawns with Herbs in Hollow Bamboo Taiwanese Hakka Style was another special dish. Besides its presentation that got us a little astonished, the herbal broth gave a boost to this serving.
The Sea Bass with some appetizing creamy sauce uplifted our appetite for sure 🙂 Have always love sharp tasting food, this was one stimulant for our palate ;P
Braised Pig’s Trotter in Black Pepper Sauce – cooked till al dente, the marinated meat with mild black pepper taste had my vote. Though not a fan of black pepper, it was acceptable.
Braised Duck with Seafood & Vegetables has bountiful fresh oysters and black moss laying around accompanying the flavourful braised duck.
Fried Vegetables with Scallops was a light and healthy serving.
Fried Spare Ribs with Pineapple & Taiwanese Sesame Chicken created a perfect combo. Matched with sweet, sour and a lil’ salty taste, the crispy sesame chicken and gravy coated spare ribs generated 2 different types of flavours and confident textures that’ll suit your cravings 🙂
Braised Mee Sua
Fried Noodles Taiwanese Style was a bomb. Spicy and exciting, it woke me up towards the end of our meal! Very tasty and spicy it was.
A variety of Puddings (Herbal, Green Tea Aloe Vera, Custard Caramel, Mango & Yam)
The Formosa Special Sweet Yam is not included in this set. However, this is a must try whenever you thought of having desserts at New Formosa 🙂 Do check it out.
Do try out their mouth-watering dishes during this festive season! Scratching your head on where to lou sang next? You can definitely celebrate it with your family and friends here, to share the moments of hunger & joy…… Gatherings like this are fun!
2 weeks to Cap Goh Mei! How time flies!
Dear readers and bloggers,
Enjoy the remaining festive days and we still have time to collect more ang paos rite? ;P *grin*
How was your reunion dinner with your family like? Bet it was great!
Can’t wait to tell mine!
Having thought about another dinner that we’ll be attending tonight… Monday blues?? Cleared off 🙂
Have a nice day!
New Formosa Restaurant
46, Jalan SS2/24,
47300 Petaling Jaya,
Tel: 03-7875 1894 / 019-3353 274
Opens daily: 12pm-2.30pm / 6pm-11pm
Click HERE for the review *in details* of my previous visit.
21 Replies to “Let’s Lou Sang @ New Formosa, SS2”
New Formosa never fails to impress. Hope you had a great CNY. 🙂
Wonderful feast!! Gong Hei Fatt Choy to you!!
you are fast, gal! i haven’t have mine arrange and write >.< sobz. still in my CNY mood. do hope my lect will cancel class but this would only happen in my dreams. sigh
hmm…i wonder how the creamy sauce tastes like…looks good 🙂
you are really in the holiday mood ar?…already thinking about chap goh meh..haha!!!
here’s wishing you and chris a year of success and good health!
Wow… nice spread of Chinese New Year’s meal!
My saliva is dropping now…..
i’m so sad la..i don’t have lou sang until now..i don’t have reunion dinner with my family..and i need to work on CNY…Sob Sob ;(
Taiwanese Yee Sang??? I want!!!
Wow, what a feast. Love the wide range of dessert..and the braised duck! wow.
Wow… the prawns look so good ~ ^_^
Gong Hei Fatt Choi Christine!! hv a wonderful new year huh?! till now i got no chance to step in new formosa yet!! sob!
i hav been resting since last month, geee almost 4 weeks d…like you im still in holiday mood ohh…
wow..wat a great feast!..wonder wat u mean when u say the pork leg is cooked till al dente..i thought tat only applies to pasta?
Wow! Looks like a great meal! Happy CNY!
wow.Good Famosa foods
lolx…Can’t wait go there one day.
Gong Xi Fa Chai! Wish you and Chris…step step tall rise! :o)
happy cny! lets meet up at sk n u msut brng me to those nice n hidden food
Hope you had a great holiday.
thanks! Hope you had a great one too!
yeah.. we’re again ‘overloaded’ after the dinner. Gong Hei Fatt Choy to you, your hubby, family, pea & pumpkin too!!
lotsa time to do that gal 🙂
my holiday mood will not end till the 15th day ;P haha
but if your lecturer cancel class, then you’ll have to attend the replacement class wo… ;P
it was very tasty 🙂 try it for yourself when you’re back.
yea.. holiday mood! 🙂 won’t this season to end so fast ;P
and.. thanks Nic! Wishing you all the best too!
That’s what the CNY is all about 🙂 Nice food. ^^
ok. no prob 🙂 I’ve lotsa tissues for you. haha ;P HAppy CNY!
pity you.. perhaps you can take leave after the new year and reunite with your family to have another round of reunion dinner?
Stay happy k 🙂
haha.. actually I find it the same as our local ones 🙂
I always looked forward to the desserts part when dining here 🙂
yea.. with herbal taste 🙂 I love anything with herbals 😉
Happy CNY to you too gal! Still have the time.. can check it out with your family 🙂
xiu long bao~
wow.. that’s a long break 🙂 If I were you, I’ll be trapped in an ‘extreme’ holiday mood 😉 Going back tomorrow rite? Hope to catch up with you again 🙂 Inform us when you’re back again ya!
whoops… my bad. Guess I’ve used the wrong descriptive word. Yeap.. this word applies to pasta, vegetables and rice as well. Thanks for pointing out ya 🙂
thanks! Happy CNY to you too! Hope you had a great one!
you didn’t come back to M’sia for the celebration? 😉
hope you’ll like it when you’ve tried.
thanks! wishing you… ‘dragon horse sperm god’!! lolz. ^^
Happy CNY to you and kampungboy too! yea.. let’s meet up! Then I’ve to start thinking on the hidden places dy 🙂
Thanks 🙂 yea.. I did.
Hope you had a great time during this celebration too!
Yah, I been there with my x-collegue the day b4 Chap Goh Mei. The 1st few dishes is nice only. The portion is really small, the duck is too salty… and the price is damn expensive too!!! Not worthy to revisit again..