As the Year of the Dragon comes roaring in, InterContinental Kuala Lumpur presents an auspicious feast for the senses inspired by the legend of the mythical being. Host your upcoming family reunions or New Year gatherings in the company of flavourful fare from wholesome set dinners, to an auspicious buffet spread, and of course, the prosperous yee sang.

As we commemorate the Year of the Wood Dragon, InterContinental KL aims to bring nourishment and nutrition to the table, proudly debuting this year’s signature yee sang being the vegetarian yee sang with dragon fruit, star jelly & chia seeds, innovatively incorporating vibrant dragon fruit to create a unique dragon-esque presentation.

Also in line with this focus on nutrition, the Renewal Set comprises wholesome dishes like “Lei Cha” fried rice with mixed vegetables, steamed fresh bean curd with edamame, plant-based minced meat & olive and stir- fried mixed fungus with black truffle paste stuffed in a fortune money bag.


Tao Chinese Cuisine is the epitome of dining in the heart of the city. Tao impresses connoisseurs with a refreshing blend of traditional recipes reinvented. Tao also boasts the award for Best Muslim-Friendly Chinese Restaurant at the Malaysia Tourism Awards 2022, the highest form of recognition by the Ministry of Tourism and Culture and Tourism Malaysia.

Chef Tommy Choong is at the helm, bringing his creations to life using seasonal flavours to create a perfect blend of traditional techniques with modern presentation. Chef Lo heads the dim-sum kitchen, incorporating traditional Chinese flavours with local delicacies creating delicious bites. Tao houses six private dining rooms which are intricately decorated for an elevated private dining experience.

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