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Digest How This Bukit Bintang Private Chinese Kitchen Caters To Your Every Need

How This Bukit Bintang Private Chinese Kitchen Caters To Your Every Need

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By Tien Chew
July 05, 2018
Grand Harbour Private Kitchen at Fahrenheit 88 takes Chinese dining to new heights, offering guests the chance to dine on what they like and how they like it. Even with the freedom to go big or go small when it comes to the invite list, quality and service remains top notch.
Grand Harbour's Chefs
Chef Chan Hoong Fatt, chef Chan Peng Wah and chef Vincent Yip | Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

A Tailored Dining Experience

Responsible for curating the menu of your private dining experience, Grand Harbour's top chefs have a wide range of experience when it comes to different masteries of Chinese cuisine. As such, your time at the restaurant can be tailored to suit your desires should you have any specific requests. All you have to do is ask and executive chef Chan Peng Wah will work with you to ensure you and your guests have a memorable meal. 

If you can't decide what to have however, the restaurant has you covered, with a large list of menu items to mix and match from.

Braised crab meat soup with fish maw, fish lips and crab roe
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

World Class Chinese Food

You could start the meal with a hearty seafood soup, like Grand Harbour's seafood soup made of braised crab meat, fish maw, fish lips, scallop and crab roe. The soup has a thick and rich crab taste with soft gelatinous nutrient rich fish ingredients, adding additional textures and taste to each spoonful. It has a uniquely rich crab taste and does a good job at getting the appetite going.

Poached prawns with Chinese yellow wine
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

If you're big on seafood, go with the poached prawns with Chinese yellow wine on your menu. The prawns can be cooked at the table, or at the side table before being served, giving guests the option see how the dish is prepared.

Poached prawns with Chinese yellow wine (2)
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

The prawns are large with a sweet tang, no doubt thanks to the extra flavours imparted by the aromatic rice wine that it is cooked in. You'll want to scoop some of that broth and pour it on your prawns if there's enough to go around (you could also ask the kitchen to prepare more in advance), giving the dish a ginger and rice wine forward taste.

Shanghainese style crispy soup rice with assorted seafood
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

No banquet meal is complete without a dish where carbs are the star and Grand Harbour's Shaghainese style crispy soup rice with assorted seafood is a great addition to any menu. Besides a rich seafood broth and choice ingredients, the core of the dish is the unusual yet highly satisfying interplay between crispy claypot rice and the broth.

Shanghainese style crispy soup rice with assorted seafood (2)
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

The soup itself features a rich prawn taste that matches perfectly with the delicious crunchy rice. The other star of the dish, the rice, has a half crunchy, half cooked texture that really stands out in the mouth. Lots of seafood, such as squid, fish, prawns and scallops, helps to reinforce that premium umami feel, making for an incredible choice.

Braised whole duck with preserved vegetables and roast pork
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

Braised duck served with roasted pork and preserved vegetables is a Teochew classic that also warrants attention. The meat of the duck is soft and tender, mixing well with the sour salty slices of crunchy preserved vegetables and salty roast pork. Before being served, a waiter pours a thick and rich sauce that strengthens the flavours of the dish with a savoury taste.

Grand Harbour Private Kitchen (2)
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

A Contemporary Banquet Experience

Each room at Grand Harbour Private Kitchen is furnished with an LED TV, a PA system with microphones, a fully equipped karaoke system, private washrooms and other amenities for convenience and the luxury of privacy. These private spaces feature crystal chandeliers, wide open spaces, some even with seated lounge areas inside, and a squad of dedicated and knowledgeable staff to cater to you.

Grand Harbour Private Kitchen
Photo: Shaffiq Farhan/Malaysia Tatler

Rooms are cordoned off by moveable walls (like most multi-purpose halls) but can be made into a single hall to seat up to 360 guests. This allows the private kitchen to have a high degree of flexiblity when catering to different types of groups for any type of function. With valet parking at the front of the restaurant too, Grand Harbour places a great deal on hospitality.

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