Top 10 Dishes to try in Asiari 

Whether it is braised or steamed, deep fried or double boiled; the Chinese cuisine has long been a favorite of Malaysians of all ages and races. With the strong demand from Muslim customers, there has been a growth in Halal Chinese food across the nation, including Asiari. We have made the dining environment in Malaysia even more colorful. Aside from serving delicious dim sum, you can also order some of Asiari’s signature dishes that look super tasty. Deciding what to eat may be an overwhelming experience, so this blog post is to help you out. Here are the Top 10 dishes to try when in Asiari!

  1. Jasmine Tea Smoked Beef Ribs

Sticky beef ribs are irresistible at the best of times, but we take this Chinese favourite to new levels by first smoking the ribs in jasmine tea before coating them in a syrupy glaze. We also added some ‘smoky’ experience when you dine in and order this dish. An edible flower garnish makes a nice touch, but don’t worry if you can’t get hold of these – just be sure to serve these beef ribs with a generous helping of jasmine rice.

  1. Sauteed Prawns with Salted Egg Yolk

This dish is one of the most popular items to order in Asiari. Jumbo prawns are pan-fried, then served in a rich sauce, made from salted egg yolks. This dish is made using fresh salted egg yolks, not the powder kind that comes from a bag. Serve for lunch or dinner, with rice or whatever you fancy. It is something you can definitely savor when you eat here in Asiari. 

  1. Truffle Fried Rice

A seemingly humble dish that we’ve transformed and it’s quite a best seller here. When we think of comfort food that’s delicious  and fuss-free, the fail-proof fried rice often comes to mind. We sear the generous amount of big shrimps before frying the rice. This savoury truffle fried rice gets even more depth of flavour with a drizzle Black Truffle Olive Oil on it after removing it from the wok. 

  1. Crispy Noodle With Sauteed Assorted Seafood & Vegetables

Our Crispy Noodles with Seafood promises Chinese restaurant quality flavors straight to your taste bud! Break into crunchy noodles smothered in a thick oyster sauce glaze. You’ll also love the smoky bits charred from the  wok! Crispy and a little saucy, egg noodles pan-fried until they form a crispy-on-the-outside, tender-in-the-middle cake is a classic Hong Kong and Guangzhou dish. A nest of egg noodles are fried in a wok until golden brown and topped with a combination of stir-fried meat, seafood, or vegetables. It’s a dish that keeps your mouth busy with so many textures and flavors!

  1. Wok-fried Crab With Garlic Chilli Sauce

The best chilli crabs with a thick savoury sauce is a popular dish here ordered by our customer. You can’t come to Asiari without rolling up your sleeves and diving into a plate of our iconic chili crab which are served in a huge puddle of tomato sauce that’s sweet, spicy, tangy, and often thickened with egg. Though the shells have been pre-smashed, you’ve got to dig in and use whatever tool you can find, like chopsticks or fingers (tiny forks are not handed out here) to suck out every morsel of succulent, sweet crab.

  1. Braised Bean Curd With Minced Meat & Chilli Sauce (Szechuan Style)

Braised Tofu with minced meat is the ultimate Szechuan soul food. It is a must order dish for vegetarian lovers as it’s warm and hearty. Silky bean curd is simmered in a spicy bean sauce and infused with a Szechuan chili mix for the most comforting dish. Topped over steaming hot rice, you’ll have a thick, silky smooth sauce with plump, fall apart bean curd that is absolutely life changing. It’s incredibly earthy and its umami levels are simply beyond imagination. Our dish uses a signature ingredient or what we like to call ‘chili bean paste’. The miracle in the sauce is how the spices are simmered until deeply absorbed into the tofu. Load it up on your hot rice and immediately feel at home – you have to try it!

  1. Deep Fried Grouper With Thai Chilli

This crispy pan-fried fish has a sweet and spicy sauce made with lots of hot chili and garlic. It is a very popular dish in Thailand that is often ordered as part of a large family-style meal for special occasions. The fish we used here is the grouper, deep seawater fish that fries up nicely and has solid juicy meat. Served with our homemade sweet Thai Chili. You can pair this with a curry or soup and a few vegetable dishes for balance. 

  1. Wok-fried Rice Noodles With Sliced Beef & Superior Soy Sauce

This Cantonese wok-fried noodles is one of the popular noodle dishes in Asiari. This is like simplicity at its best! The noodles are quickly blanched and then fried in a bit of oil to get certain spots to crisp up and then stir fry with supreme soy sauce, which is a combination of soy sauce, oyster sauce, dark soy sauce, sesame oil, sugar, and pepper. So simple yet you will love this for sure!

  1. Roasted Crispy Spicy Spring Chicken With Fragrant Mala Spicy

There is nothing more satisfying than enjoying the perfect roast chicken with super crispy skin. Crispy, tasty chicken pieces stir-fried with a generous amount of dried chillies and Sichuan pepper, Mala chicken is a classic delicacy not to miss. A perfect combination of spicy, sweet and savoury flavour in one dish. If you like Sichuan Chinese cuisines, you’ll definitely love this one. The skin is so crispy that it resembles crackers when it is fresh from the oven. The aroma of perfume in the kitchen will make everyone want more. You can simply serve up with plain rice, egg fried rice or noodles

  1. Sweet Corn Soup With Wild Mushrooms & Chicken

Soup is a convenient dinner strategy too. Not only is soup filling and economical, but it’s a perfect meal when you’re lacking time and your schedule is filled with so many responsibilities. It is a quick and easy soup dish to warm your soul during the rainy season. This egg drop soup made with chicken breast, mushroom, sweet corn and cooked in chicken stock with dried shiitake mushrooms give the broth a rich flavor. Paired with some crispy bread and enjoyed the dinner!

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