Dynasty Restaurant, which is Pork Free, is offering many choices of set menu, and we were lucky enough to sample the Happiness Set (RM1788), which of course, starts off with the mandatory Yu Sang.
There always seems to be a chopstick shot of sorts..
I always look forward to the luxurious soups in Dynasty, and usually after the soup, one is already halfway into a food coma, as it's so filling.
Prosperity Treasure Pot (not part of the set, but available ala carte)...of course being the materialistic people that the Chinese are, it is inevitable that something in the meal would carry a prosperity tag, and what more worthy dish that this "poon choi", which had a lot more humble origins. I think Poon Choi refers to a Basin Dish.
Anyway, this one has prawns, dried and fresh scallops, fish maw, duck, chicken, fu kwei abalone, dried oyster, sea cucumber, fish stomach, coral clam, to name a few...they also had vegetarian mock meat, which I reckon they should omit. Such a medley of tastes and good stuff. (except for the mock meat).
Crispy almond chicken, which may have started off its life as a chicken, but by the time it got to the plate, it had mated with some fish, I believe, resulting in a hybrid like yong tau foo paste kind of texture.
.Sauteed Golden Prawn with Pumpkin cream. Well, after the previous dishes, this one seemed a bit pedestrian.
The prosperity treasure pot is not part of the set, and is RM488 for 5 persons dine in, or RM998 for 10 person.
Other sets are the:
Fortune Set, RM2,188
Longevity Set RM3,388
and smaller sets for smaller number of people, such as the double delight menu, which starts from RM378 for 2 persons.
For more information, you can call the restaurant or email as follows:
Tel : 03-2771 6692
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Dynasty is open daily for lunch from 12pm-3.20pm, and dinner from 6.30pm to 10.30pm, and dim sum breakfast from 9am to 2.30pm on Sunday, and 10.30am to 2.30pm on public holiday.