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Seafood Steamboat, Fried Chicken, Crispy Prawns & Taiwanese Fish Set Meal for Up to 10 People at Xin Formosa Restaurant

Seafood Steamboat, Fried Chicken, Crispy Prawns & Taiwanese Fish Set Meal for Up to 10 People at Xin Formosa Restaurant

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The deal

Meal for 4 – 6 people for RM178 instead of RM254

  • 2-tier seafood tower with steamboat
  • 1 plate of fresh vegetables
  • 1 regular plate of stir-fried vegetables
  • 1 plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Deep fried chicken fillet
    – 3-cup chicken
  • 1 plate of Taiwanese home-style fish
  • 4 – 6 bowls of rice

Meal for 6 – 8 people for RM278 instead of RM409

  • 3-tier seafood tower with steamboat
  • 1 plate of fresh vegetables
  • 1 large plate of stir-fried vegetables
  • 1st plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Deep fried chicken fillet
    – 3-cup chicken
  • 2nd plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Salt and pepper crispy prawns
    – Stir-fried squid and celery
  • 1 plate of Taiwanese home-style fish
  • 2 steamboat ingredients
  • 6 – 8 bowls of rice

Meal for 8 – 10 people for RM378 instead of RM517

  • 3-tier seafood tower with steamboat
  • 1 plate of fresh vegetables
  • 2 regular plates of stir-fried vegetables
  • 1st plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Deep fried chicken fillet
    – 3-cup chicken
  • 2nd plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Salt and pepper crispy prawns
    – Stir-fried squid and celery
  • 3rd plate of signature dish (choose 1):
    – Sweet and sour fish
    – Deep fried fish
  • 1 plate of Taiwanese home-style fish
  • 3 steamboat ingredients
  • 8 – 10 bowls of rice

Customers also receive Xin Formosa Restaurant’s special dessert of the day.

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Xin Formosa Restaurant

Tucked within the realms of SS2 in the Petaling Jaya district, the long standing Xin Formosa Restaurant which celebrates its 37th anniversary this year opens its doors for ravenous patrons looking to feast on a wealth of Chinese dishes from stir-fried vegetables, steamed fish, squid teriyaki, and more cooked in a melange of herbs and spices for its zesty, tangy, and spicy ambrosial flavours. Decked in a nostalgic setting of crimson reds and walnut browns, guests still feeling peckish can whet whistles with the humble eatery’s signature green tea pudding paired with red bean for its complementing taste profiles or the ever popular sweet yam in honey sauce crafted with a crystallised crunch-like exterior and a soft creamy core to crown off gastronomic meals.

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