Indulge in an elegant gourmet dining of truffles, with InterContinental Kuala Lumpur signature Chinese restaurant, Tao Chinese Cuisine from 1 July 2015 till 31 August 2015.

From delectable truffle meals with a merge of fresh Alaskan king crab to the exquisite Australian abalone, guests are bound to be bowled over by the dining experience. Executive master Chinese chef Wong Lian You takes immense pride in the delicacy, having whole-heartedly disbursed long hours of creation into it.

Among some of Chef Wong’s recommended deluxe treat is the poach giant garoupa fillet and pumpkin congee truffle soup, whereby fresh deep-sea garoupa meat is used for the fillet, with the pumpkin congee truffle soup made from the simmering broth of pumpkin, rice, chicken, Thai dried longan meat, white peppercorn, dried scallops and truffle. Packing a zesty wallop of flavor and texture, this gastronomic pleasure is priced at RM70 nett per portion.
Guests will also be enthralled by the distinctive aroma of truffles in the homemade ‘Xiao Long Bao’, paired with the Chef’s favourite of stewed fish maw steak and golden truffle crabmeat broth. The healthier menu contains rich proteins and nutrients from fish maw and golden truffle with the broth of carrots, crabmeat, ginger prawns, butter, and seafood stock. Priced at RM91 nett per portion, this dish is one heavenly cuisine not to be missed.

Enjoy the epitome of truffles dining with Tao Chinese Cuisine today. For reservations, call Tao at 03-2782 6000 or email the team at [email protected] Tao Chinese Cuisine is open daily from 11:30am to 2.30 pm for lunch and 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm for dinner. Visit us at for more information, follow us on Facebook and Instagram @intercontinental.kualalumpur, Twitter @ interconkl.

Tao is designed to bring guests authentic and memorable dining experiences through the revival of traditional cooking techniques, tailored by the skills of Executive Chef Wong, and exceptional menu items. “Tao”, which means peach in Chinese, is decorated graciously with bloom of the pale pink peach flowers and features hundreds of ornate Chinese teapots. The restaurant houses six elegant private rooms all named after the dynasties in China – Han, Song, Tang, Yuan, Ming, and Qin.

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