Many said that dim sum brunch served in hotels never delicious but after our weekend dim sum brunch review at Mandarin Palace in The Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur, we do not agree anymore on the above-said statement.
Weekend Dim Sum Brunch by Chef Ana’s Ang – Mandarin Palace
Among all our tastings, we would have to say Mandarin Palace has the best overall dim sum– every single dish we tried here was delectably impressive.
Discover the delectable dim sum delights with a combination of various menus.
In Mandarin Palace, the menus are specially created to fulfill the palate of the Chinese and the non-Chinese diners.
From The Steam
From the steam, you get to enjoy the taste of Hong Kong dim sum and also the Local style dim sum.
Siew Mai, Har Kao, and Yu Mai can never be missed by dim sum lover.
From the steam, you can find also BBQ chicken bun, lotus paste bun and also custard bun.
Chicken feet lover, don’t miss this too. Melt in the mouth braised chicken feet is one of our most favorite dishes to indulge.
From the pan-fried corner, you can find the flavorful Yoong Tau Foo. Yoong Tau Foo includes stuffed chili, stuffed eggplant, and stuffed tau fu pok.
Deep-Fried & Baked
All time favorite not only by the adults but children too. Crispy deep-fried beancurd roll, deep-fried salad prawn, deep-fried spring roll and sesame ball are all our favorites! What about you? Do try the silky smooth and crispy egg tart too.
At the roasting stall, you can get roasted duck and chicken, poached steamed chicken and the five spices soy chicken, duck, beancurd and egg.
Chef Agnas will be at the live station cooking the famous radish cake. One is never enough!
Dim sum without porridge will never call a dim sum. This porridge is the breakfast and lunch staple in many Asian countries and serves in Dim Sum
Besides dim sum, the main dishes are served as well with rice. The main dishes include fried chicken and spring ginger chicken with sesame oil, steamed chicken with Chinese prawn paste, mapo tofu, mixed vegetable ‘Loh Hon’ style and many more.
Complete your meal with chilled longan and beancurd at the dessert stall. Hong Kong sponge cakes, Chinese pancakes, baked lotus paste dumplings, and fresh fruits are served at the stall.
Mandarin Palace Weekend Dim DUm Brunch serves om every Saturday and Sunday, 10.30 am – 2.30 pm
Senior Citizen RM38nett
For reservation, you may call +603 2148 9166 or by email [email protected]
The Federal Kuala Lumpur
35, Bukit Bintang Street,
55100 Kuala Lumpur,
Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur