Friday, January 29, 2010

A Typical Chinese Wedding Dinner in Kuala Lumpur

The dinner was served at 9.03p.m. and not at 7.00pm sharp as indicated in the Invitation Card. It’s an accepted and expected time to start a Chinese wedding dinner in Kuala Lumpur. So, be prepared if you do not have the experience attending such a dinner in Kuala Lumpur. If you need to eat something before the late meal please do so by all means. You will find a Menu on the table describing what for dinner for the night.

Then the time that everyone has been waiting finally came. The first course of the night a starter “Special 4 Hot Seasons Combination”

Braised Shark’s fins soup with Dried Seafood. And a suckling piglet......

Steamed Red Snapper with Bean Curb sticks. And baked prawns with cereal were delicious.

Braised Seafood Combination and Fried rice with minced seafood.

Double boiled lotus seed with Lily bulbs and Chinese fancy cakes as the final dishes of the night….

The Host going from table to table toasting or Yum Seng all the night through and the karaoke session non stop from the start of the dinner til the end… you will be amazed to see so many people here that like to sing.

The Bride & Groom were requested at our tables posing a shot or 2 for a place in the album.

Another one for the album and the big crowd at Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant to celebrate this happy occasion for Mah Kok Hoe & Pua Ching Shen.
Golden Palace Seafood Restaurant
(formerly Kum Leng)
119, Jalan Pudu
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2145-6933

GPS : 3.144048,101.705916

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