Weekend Dim Sum Buffet Brunch At The Mandarin Palace | The Federal Kuala Lumpur

Mouse mommy was looking for Dim Sum buffet at KL Centre to have a family gathering. The Mandarin Palace, The Federal Kuala Lumpur that was just right opposite of Low Yat Plaza served Chinese Dim Sum Buffet.

The Madarin Palace was officially opened on 28 August 1957 in conjunction with Malaysia’s Independence Day celebrations. Once I step in level 2, mouse mommy was impressed by the ethnic palatial ambience of fine intricate impressive Chinese wood carving of auspicious dragons, phoenix, birds, animals, lotus flowers people and legends. All on the pillar, panel, ceiling and wall as well can be seen. Many photography opportunities were available here with family and friends. Hmm… my parents must be like it!

Besides the ambience, The Mandarin Palace was offering 60 varieties of Dim Sum in the Dim Sum Buffet. The Dim Sum Buffet only available in the weekend brunch on Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am to 2:30pm with 8 menus to rotate till end of year 2017. Do not miss the chance to savour!

Many delicacies from delicious Dim Sum delights to hot dishes, roast chicken or duck to the live cooking. Enjoy the traditions and flavours of the Orient cooked in various styles.

The specially created menus include the Chinese cold cut and salad; Dim Sum varieties ranging from siew mai dumpling, mushroom dumply, beancurd, egg skin roll, deep fried fish ball, fish paste with beancurd, BBQ chicken bun.

Mouse mommy loves the buttered salted egg pau, egg tart, crispy yam rolls and otak-otak dumpling. The buttered salted egg pau was so creamy with salted egg paste when I bite it. Egg tart was smooth and freshly baked. The crispy yam rolls were really crispy and each of the feed was mouthful of yam taste! Highly recommended. Otak-otak dumpling was a special fusion dumpling with spicy otak-otak and it surprisingly match !

Pan-fried items were include slice radish cake, yam cake stuffed chili, Shanghai dumpling, salad prawn, otak-otak spring roll.

Roasting stall inclusive of roasted duck, roasted chicken, five spices soy chicken.

Baby octopus also well seasoning and chewy!

Chef also has live cooking stations for wanton noodles, porridge, wanton and poached seasonal vegetables.

Last but not least, must taste the sweet and savoury desserts. Mouse mommy loves the sweetened sea coconut with ginseng. The dessert chef was using honey instead of white sugar, no wonder the dessert was so yummy! Sea coconut and the ginseng aroma and taste was nicely blend together! Mouse mommy has drink three bowls of honey sea coconut with ginseng. Yum… yum… More photos can click here to see

A good choice for family and friends weekend leisure gathering and "yamcha" together!  

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