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Impiana CNY Treats

By Mei Kuan

Whether it is a family or company get-together, look no further as The Coffee House of Impiana Hotel, Ipoh, has an array of festive treats and events lined-up beginning  January 11 till Chap Goh Mei on February 8.

To kick off the celebration, an appreciation dinner aptly named, “sau kong cau” to celebrate the break from work and business with fellow colleagues is on the cards from now till January 23 at RM688 nett and RM888 nett per table with a choice of six or eight courses. For reservation of five tables and above, guests get to dine in comfort at the hotel’s private rooms with free corkage.

As the Lunar New Year of the Metal Rat unfolds from January 24 to 26, the premier business and leisure hotel features three nights of Prosperity Buffet Dinner showcasing a wide selection of Asian delights and specialities. Besides having a DIY yee sang (prosperity toss) counter, every dining family or group will be given a prosperity mandarin orange cake specially crafted by the pastry chef. To be served from 6.30pm till 10pm, the buffet dinner is priced at RM88 nett (adult) and RM62 nett (child and senior citizen).

On the first day of Chinese New Year, the hotel’s grand lobby will witness a lion dance from 10.58am till 11.58am. Plus, there will be a calligraphy booth and a prosperity toss session with the hotel management staff and invited guests.

Afternoon tea aficionados can opt for the Double Happiness Hi-Tea Buffet available from January 25 to 26 from 12.30pm till 3.30pm. Did I mention there will be door gift and angpow lucky draws whereby one will stand a chance to win dining vouchers worth up to RM100? High-tea buffet is priced at RM58 nett (adult) and RM41 nett (child and senior citizen).

“This year my F&B culinary team has come up with something unique and that tells a story. Our theme for this year is nature and garden. The hotel grand lobby houses a prosperity garden done by the housekeeping staff. We hope the New Year brings everyone a lot of prosperity, good health and everything that is sweet,” Gerard Sta Maria, General Manager of Impiana Hotel Ipoh explained during the media review on Friday, January 10.

For more info, call 05 255 5555.

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Tan Mei Kuan

Tan Mei Kuan graduated with first-class honours and book prize from University of Malaya majoring in languages and linguistics (English). She is proficient in both written and spoken English and Malay. She is also conversant in Mandarin and has knowledge of Japanese and Korean languages. Mei Kuan has been on the Dean’s List for three years running. Having written for the campus newspaper and residential college magazine, joining Ipoh Echo has helped utilise her writing and language skills. In her spare time she enjoys running (races).

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