Chinese New Year Seafood Bucked Out Buffet At Gobo Chit Chat Traders Hotel Kuala Lumpur

According to the 2020 Chinese horoscope, the Lunar New Year starts on Saturday, January 25 and ends on February 11, 2020. The rat is the first sign from the 12 animals’ cycle of the Chinese astrology, and for the reason 2020 is considered a year of new beginnings and renewals.

Make a date and reunite with your family and friends to celebrate the year of the rat in style with the freshest catch in town, Seafood Bucked Out buffet.

Celebrate this upcoming Chinese New Year at Gobo Chit Chat. The Chefs and team are delighted to present an exquisite Seafood Bucked Out buffet together with a Yee Sang section to enable diners to indulge in prosperous delicacies as they welcome in a year of good fortune and happiness.

We are offering more than 140 types of food selection on the buffet spread including eight treasures seafood soup, deep-fried tiger prawns with golden sand, deep-fried barramundi fish fillet with sweet & sour sauce, stir-fried “Nai Pai” vegetables with scallops and cloud ears fungus including dim sum stations. Lastly, if you have a sweet tooth you wouldn’t want to miss our sweet Chinese dessert in claypot which features tangyuan in ginger syrup, tofu pudding, lek tau suan and more.

Experience the freshest Prawns, Lobsters, Crabs and the “Prosperity Yee Sang” this Chinese New Year from 6.30 pm to 10.30 pm on:

Chinese New Year Festive Buffet – Every Friday and Saturday

  • January (10/1,11/1,17/1,18/1,24-27/1,31/1) & February (1/2,7/2,8/2)
  • Priced at RM 188 nett per person
  • Exclusive 5+1 offer, for every group of five paying persons, one dines for free

Yee Sang Takeaway


For reservations, call +603 2332 9818 or email at

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