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2018 Macao Year of Gastronomy Food Hunt


To say that Macau is all about Casinos and hotels would be a vast understatement. Long before the blinking lights and polished floors that draws millions of visitors that is generating folds of revenue so much more than Las Vegas each year, Macao was no more than just a trading port rented to the Portugal. Today, we see Macao in being massive with reclaimed land and renown for the glam and shiny high rises, baccarat, and other signs of modern life. The Historic Centre of Macau, which is entirely in the Macau Peninsula, became a World Heritage Site in 2005 and is magnificent heritages unveiling their wonderful stories. Food as cultural heritage is closely tied and recently in the UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, what better way to experience the charm of Macao if not through their food?

The Macao Government celebrated the occasion with a promising series of activities lined up in corresponding to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) mission of using creativity as a driver for sustainable urban development. As the third Creative City of Gastronomy in China, after Chengdu and Shunde, 2018 Macao Year of Gastronomy is absolutely the perfect opportunity for anyone from all over the world to experience the charm and creativity of what Macao can offer. In the recent participation of Food Hunt organised by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), we experience Macao food with fun, laughter, and bonds of new friendship and friendly coalition.


2.macao mgto 2018 Food and places Macao (Macau)1.macao mgto 2018 Food and places Macao (Macau)From left: Jess, Jixin, Fish, Sharon, me, Will


There might have been an interpretation of what is offered in Macao but the heritage of Chinese and Portuguese from the past and present of modern fusion and influences is always ever exiting as this global pantry continuously offering both local and international innovative of possible creativity in culinary. This Food Hunt have us racing in teams to eat at designated food stops in the shortest time and both trendy and classic gourmet had showcased the diversity of food choices in Macao. What a way to experience Macao!


2. Macao street pink1 Macao instagram worthy street


Here are six within walking distance and the list comprises some fancy creativity alongside classy selections of signature Macao food adored by the locals themselves. Some I was told, have been selling for decades. Take Man Kei Eatery (文记咖啡面食) for start. Like most local diners, whetting the appetite of locals and tourists alike, they humbly offer flavours that hit all the right gastronomic notes. With a succulent cut of chicken chop nestled in a gloriously crispy bun, this shop inspires queues snacking outside and a must try that’ll make you fall in love with Macao. I make new friend with this local patron outside this shop.


1.Man Kei Eatery (文记咖啡面食) 2.Man Kei Eatery (文记咖啡面食)3.Man Kei Eatery (文记咖啡面食)Chicken Polo Bun (MOP 22)


Speaking of tiny shop with delicious offering, Feng Cheng Zhen Ji (凤城珍记)showed us how fish can be folded into crispy parcels before deep frying and at the same time tastes uniquely intriguing. Sui Gao is lusciously filled generously with lightly minced pork, leaving satisfying bites of crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.


6.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记)7.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记)
5.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记)4.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记)
Deep Fried Fish wanton & Sui Gao 炸鱼角水饺 (MOP110)


In recognition of the vital role street food plays on Macao’s gastronomic scene, the renown Michelin guide has added a merited category dedicated to their guide. From Shunde steam milk pudding, coconut pudding to Portuguese egg tarts with clever twist of versatility, the most popular snacks deliver a bite-sized gastronomic world tour on the streets of Macao. Taking a walk on the streets filled with Chinese and Portuguese signs and road name was a challenge but interacting with the locals as the gastronomic adventure took place was one of the loveliest experience. Smooth scoops of tofufa dessert and cooling spoonful of coconut pudding were seriously one of the best kind of dessert one can ask for. The coconut pudding was a first time for me to actually realised that I could have so much emotions on pudding.


10.Li Kangji @ Firma U Tac Hong (李康记) – steamed milk pudding 9.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记) 8.Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记) 11.Li Kangji @ Firma U Tac Hong (李康记) – steamed milk pudding 14.K.Dessert ,Tang Ge (糖阁)-Whole Coconut Pudding 13.K.Dessert ,Tang Ge (糖阁)-Whole Coconut Pudding 12.K.Dessert ,Tang Ge (糖阁)-Whole Coconut PuddingSteamed milk pudding (MOP15/big & MOP9/small) and Whole Coconut Pudding (28 MOP)


For those who want to take a walk on the nifty side when it comes to bites sizes of tarts, head for your share of Bacalhau Tart (马介休挞)- a signature Portugal ingredient made of cod inside a tart or Sardine Tart 沙丁挞 (18 MOP) at Sab 8 café. That or the famous Portuguese tart, with bird nest on it at Yī yàn táng tiánpǐn (壹燕糖甜品) for those seeking fancier selection. Myself was not overly convinced with this one but it sure is a tourist favourite.

15.Café Sab8 17.sab 8 salted cod fish tart 16.Café Sab8. 19.(壹燕糖甜品) – Bird Nest egg tart Macau 18.(壹燕糖甜品) – Bird Nest egg tart Bacalhau Tart 马介休挞 (20 MOP) & Sardine Tart 沙丁挞 (18 MOP)
Bird Nest egg tart (15 MOP)


Places we covered within walking distance in 2 hours, also pinned on Gastronomy Macao map . Those struggling with Chinese and Portuguese like I do when a trip to Macao, you are welcome- navigating in Macau without these two languages was a pain for me!


Man Kei Eatery (文记咖啡面食) – Chicken Polo Bun (MOP 22)
Monday to Sunday (8am- 6pm) , Closed Saturday
GPS: 22.1952796,113.538245

Feng Cheng Zhen Ji(凤城珍记) – Deep Fried Fish wanton & Sui Gao 炸鱼角水饺 (MOP110)
11am – 11.30pm Daily
GPS: 22.195826,113.539485

K.Dessert ,Tang Ge (糖阁)-Whole Coconut Pudding (28MOP)
G/F, Yonglian Building,
Daily 11am – 930pm
GPS: 22.2011654,113.54519

Li Kangji @ Firma U Tac Hong (李康记) – steamed milk pudding (15 MOP/big & 9 MOP/small)
Monday to Sunday (8am- 6pm), Closed Wednesday
GPS: 22.1958573,113.5381139

(壹燕糖甜品) – Bird Nest egg tart (15 MOP)
Daily 12–11pm

GPS: 22.1937966,113.5379467

Café Sab8- Bacalhau Tart 马介休挞 (20 MOP) & Sardine Tart 沙丁挞 (18 MOP)
Daily 12-7pm, Closed Thursday
GPS: 22.1963876,113.5383603


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Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity


Hot pot has been around for as long as I can remember, and I’ve been loving all sort of hot pots for the longest time. The recent trend that is rapidly growing in the last couple of months is none other than the Chinese hot pot. The concept of hot pot is pretty simple- simmering meat cuts, assorted vegetables, and maybe some noodles in various choices of broths, of which is probably most of the time the draw factor to the hot pot experience. Chinese hot pots have come to more than merely just culinary and cultural experience. It is now a form of relaxing enjoyment involving more than just actively digging into what’s cooking in the pot. The most popular hot pot trend right now is one that comes with more than just a room filled with steams and noises. It is one that comes with exceptional attentive and warm service, and sometimes even some fancy albeit unnecessary presentations and performances.


4.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
5.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity


Currently boiling hot is the “ma la” otherwise known as the “numb and spicy” hot pot experience with hefty dosage of Sichuan flower pepper added to the broth richly added with thick chili oil. This is one of the most famous variations of the Chong Qing hot pot, and it is indeed having its moment now. Chong Qing is the city believed to be the birth place of hot pot in China, but the unique spicy and pungent flavor that reflects the history of the place has since travelled all across the globe so we can now experience the similar, if not the exact same culinary experience.


1.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
2.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
3.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
8.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
9.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
15.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity


Sunway Velocity where hot pot spots are aplenty, this one caught my attention with the fancy display and their barbie doll meat presentation. Not that I am into it- I actually thought it wasn’t very appealing, but I thought it will be an attractive gimmick most people would appreciate. Alas, I didn’t manage to order that particular dish mostly due to my lack of proficiency in Mandarin. Here at the Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot, everything is mostly in Mandarin including the signage, putting that as the foremost upfront hindrance to locate the outlet.


7.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
6.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity


Sauces are basic with freshly chopped chili, garlic, coriander and spring onion. As soon as the pot of broth is brought to the built in stove table, the meats and vegetables follows tightly after. All plates come with suggested cooking time as printed on the menu, so be ready for a mouth-numbing spicy hot pot experience soon after. We celebrate the creative soup and hot pot temperature with freshness mainly from land because the sea harvest wasn’t as intriguing. All meat balls, pork blood, pork intestine , tofu, mushroom, and the signature marinated pork rib were amazing except the pork belly slices which could have gotten more applauses if served slightly thicker.


10.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
11.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
12.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
13.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity
14.Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot @ Sunway Velocity


Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot is located at:
V05-01-02, Signature 1(V05) Lingkaran SV,
Sunway Velocity, Maluri, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Opens daily from 12pm to 12 am
Phone: 010-213 3382
GPS: 3.129573,101.723144
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/xiaolongkanKL/


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Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle @ Mutiara Damansara


With those mismatched tables and plastic chairs for seats, this newly expanded coffee shop space is loud, crowded and unrefined- just the way many of us would enjoy a comfort meal before casual trendy gossips and news- both fake or real. This isn’t a newbie in town but the recent expansion means a lot to some of their hardcore fan. Many are drawn into Soon Soon Pan Mee and fish head noodle by the reputation, and there is not a time of day when a crowd can’t be spotted outside, lining up or waiting for a table. Most come with family and larger group. Now with a bigger space means more seats and tables hence it is now shorter time in the line, so scene as such is possibly no longer visible.



It is almost not necessary to look at the menu when you are here, you’ll find everyone else sorta eating the same couple of dishes, and you should too: they are famous for making the best fish head noodle within this area. You’ll spot a bowl of glistening noodle dish on almost every table. Unlike typical fish head noodle, the broth here is slightly starchy and has what’s close to broth-like consistency. Each spoonful delivers soup made from rich stock that’s umami with a hind of sweet tang from the tomatoes and the pickled mustard green. Soup is thick also because of yam chucks that contributes a little starch to the texture of the soup. While it is not merely about the soup, each pieces of fillet were thick, cuboidal and fried correctly for sufficient crisp on the outside and moist juicy on the inside. The deep fried also helps lock the flavor of fish from within so it compliments the noodles in the soup.


1.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle
2.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle
4.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle
5.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle


Skip the pan mee and char chan teng breakfast all together cause why waste your quota on those when you can have the delicious fish head noodle? Of course, unless if you are not a fan of fish head noodle of which if so then you shouldn’t even bother visiting this shop then. They do however bring some nostalgic memories to the root of local coffee shop menu. Eggs are always fresh, I would order the half-boiled eggs every single time and they never fail me.


3.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle
6.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle
7.Soon Soon Pan Mee & Fish Head Noodle


Soon Soon Pan Mee and Fish Head noodle is located at:
18-1, Jalan PJU 8/5C, Damansara Perdana, 47820 PJ, Selangor, Damansara Perdana, 47820
Phone: 012-928 7632 / 012-634 6662
Business Hour: Daily 7am- 5 pm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Restoran-Soon-Soon-Pan-Mee-Fish-Head-
GPS: 3.1648096,101.6068099


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HO HO Steamboat, Cheras on a regular weekday.


Some of the best time to enjoy the hotpot is when the temperature drops, or whenever it gets chilly after the rain. That happens most of the time but hotpot lovers really don’t regard that as factors for them crave and love for steamboat or hotpots. Malaysians crave steamboat all year round, but I am just surprised to see a few establishments operating side by side within a same row of premises here in Cheras. Settling with the one with the most crowd, we put our bets on HOHO Steamboat. And while they don’t offer a range of innovative soups and flavours, they have fresh crabs and seafood, as well as a wealth of other ingredients to dunk into the pot. We were told by the service crew that he would gladly return our money or exchange a new serving if we are not happy with the quality of their crabs. That is something highly unlikely to be heard from other steamboat restaurants so I really do admire that. In the 2 in 1 pot, we had clear and tomyam soup side by side and take note the later guarantees an intense flavor and mouth numbing sensation.


3.HO HO Steamboat Cheras


To keep up with the demand and to keep things interesting, many restaurants throw plenty of gimmick and trendy twists to the regular pot of soup. Some offers assorted soup based, while others make sure they are cut above the rest when it comes to choices of ingredients. The standard set here is a bit limited when it comes to premium ingredients, so I’d suggest spending a few more ringgit for some add ons or alacarte selections. Unlike most steamboat restaurants, they have noodle dishes in the menu, as well as things like the barbeque chicken wing. I’ve yet to find out if barbeque chicken wing is a pairing partnership with HOHO Steamboat restaurants, but they seemed to be available at where HOHO steamboat restaurants operates. The one in Bandar Puteri Puchong was very memorable so I went ahead and ordered the barbeque chicken wing here. Turns out, they were delicious as well. Also, on the table for the night was the Lala Meehon which wasn’t anything too fantastic that’s not to be missed, but at the same time not too much to complain.


1.HO HO Steamboat Cheras
2.HO HO Steamboat Cheras


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Ho Ho Steamboat is located at:
No. B26-G, Jalan C180/1,
Dataran C180,
43200 Batu 9 Cheras, Selangor
Business Hour: 3:30pm- 12 am daily
Tel: 010-259 7953
GPS: 3.036937,101.763109


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Restoran Hua Mui @ Johor

Restoran Hua Mui @ Johor , Are they still the best in 2018?


Although it may, at first glance, seem a particularly right choice to hop on the bandwagon and just go right ahead with most websites raving and claiming how Restoran Hua Mui is the must visit when in Johor Bahru (JB), I for one disagree after this visit. And the continuous crowd and line became an unexplained occurrence and scene that baffled every single one of us, more so especially after our visit.



Coffee isn’t really the most amazing though it could be one of the best in consistency within this proximity, toast seemed ordinary with nothing much to rave about, and signature noodle simply wasn’t impressive to warrant a return even with a secured seat reserved ahead. I would beg to differ however, if anyone would totally have claimed that no one should be visiting and patronising the business, and I’m not saying they are lousy in anyway. With integrity accumulated from the years of operation, the business runs with great if not an obsessive attention to detail, passion, and quality of ingredients that perfectly reflects the multi-racial and culture of the local people. Anyone – local or foreign – can come here and taste a bit of the cultures that make up Malaysia. The typical kopitiam fare that most Malaysians and Singaporeans are very familiar with- toast and half boiled eggs, maybe the only thing that’s satisfying if higher grade of butter were to accompany the kaya for the buns or toasts. Upon the fall of that perfectly cooked half boiled eggs as it’s cracked open, you know they score when it comes to freshness. Every egg lover would be enticed the moment it falls like a droplet of wabbly dollop without breaking the yolk.


1.Restoran Hua Mui Johor

2.Restoran Hua Mui Johor
3.2Restoran Hua Mui JB

3.Restoran Hua Mui Johor

4.2Restoran Hua Mui JB

4.Restoran Hua Mui JB

5.Restoran Hua Mui JB

6.Restoran Hua Mui JB


Older practice and breakfast culture in kopitiam might have been improvised and probably transited to the revamped spaces, but this place speak through its offerings. Despite being over rated, it doesn’t change the fact that they offer comfort and that is more than just the execution of their business profile so anyone seeking comfort flavour of home cooking, try the Hainanese Chicken Chop. Then again, you can totally skip this if you are limited by the amount of calorie input because there’s something fancier around the corner. It is, after all the taste of nostalgia. But, travellers hankering for local food will find satisfying experience here for sure.


7.Restoran Hua Mui JB
8.Restoran Hua Mui JB


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Restoran Hua Mui is located at:
131, Jalan Trus, Bandar Johor Bahru,
80000 Johor Bahru, Johor
Business Hour: Monday to Saturday, 8:30pm-6pm
Phone: 011-3505 8916
GPS: 1.4608465,103.7629612
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/RestoranHuaMui/?_rdc=1&_rdr


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Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar


Call it Lou Sang, Lou Hei, or even Yu Sang, otherwise also known as the prosperity toss is the always a centerpiece of a typical Chinese New Year banquet feast. Things are not any different here at the Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar. Best to kick off the meal, this delightful mix of salad and bursting flavors and colours that represents abundance is always the first to reflect vibrancy in the new year. We tossed our way up at the recent lunch session and that was followed by individual bowls of piping hot comfort of delicious Double Boiled Song Ji Mushroom Broth with Conch Slice and Chicken, as well as the Steamed Giant Pearl Dragon Grouper with Shredded Ginger. The not-so-conventional fish dish is probably one of my favourite- Slices of fish gracefully steamed to the right texture with every silky piece skilfully cut. It is so satisfying to eat. No harsh bites, only rich chewy collagen and sweet bouncy flesh.


1.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
2.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
3.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
4.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
5.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
6.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar


Also expect delicacies and classics elevated like this Braised Assorted Sea Treasure in Bamboo Basket, and the Waxed Duck Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaves. The thing about typical Chinese New Year feast is that there is no exception when it comes to luxury ingredients. We are talking about abalone, sea cucumber, fish maw, Chinese mushroom, prawn, smoked oyster, waxed duck, roasted duck, Chinese cabbage, and broccoli in that treasure pot.


7.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
8.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
9.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
10.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
11.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar


What sets one restaurant apart from the other is probably the chef’s extraordinaire and an impeccably-styled pursuit of preparation of mandatory signature dishes. That was reflected in the dessert when the chef presents his creation of Homemade Carp Fish Nian Gao to go with Double Boiled Soy Milk with Snow Fungus, Lotus seeds, and Sea coconut. Would you look at the fish nian gao?


12.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar
13.Chinese New Year lunch at Pullman Bangsar


This Chinese New Year set menu at Oriental Chinese Cuisine Restaurant here offers 3 main selections- the Gold Prosperity, Platinum Prosperity and Diamond Prosperity sets starting from RM1200nett and available until 2 March 2018 and reservations can be made by contacting +603.2298.1888 ext 5100 or email to H7962-FB2@accor.com


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Oriental Chinese Cuisine Restsaurant is in Pullman Bangsar at:
No 1 Jalan Pantai Jaya Tower 3,
59200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS: 3.1159732,101.6634996


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CNY 2018 with Dynasty Restaurant @ Renaissance Hotel KL


Year after year, Dynasty restaurant at Renaissance Hotel fire up a line-up of auspicious dishes on for Chinese New Year. 2018 is no different and this year, focusing on healthier feasting with traditional ingredients while emphasizing on light and fresh flavours. And the best part is that the menu is running from the 27th January, all the way until the 11th February. So, you have plenty of time to get down to Renaissance KL to sample it.


Chef Kin has created 3 festive set menus complete with Yee Sang and Dynasty’s fortune pastries. They are Happiness at RM 1788 nett, Fortune at RM 2188 nett and Longevity at RM 3388 nett per table of 10 persons. Of course, there is the six (RM 378 nett) and seven course (RM 578 nett) Double Delight menus for 2 persons while the group of six (RM 1188 nett) are covered with the 9 course Six Happiness. I’ve sampled some of the dishes and am already getting the festive vibes !


Starting with of course the lou sang, this one was action packed as we dug our pair of long chopstick onto the plate and gave it a stir to bring on the prosperity and good luck. The little ones on the table sure looked super cute when tossing this. I bet children absolutely would enjoy this very much for sure. It looked like rainbow when combined and the crispy cracks with the tang from the sauce is a good taste of refreshing starter.


1.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL

From left: Chris (Pure Glutton) with Merryn (Submerryn) and Ethan


Following close behind was thick seafood soup replacing sharks fin, yet not far off from the prestige symbol of its luxury and affluence from all these decades. On the serving table was the Braised five treasure soup with crab meat and sliced abalone. We’ve also got a whole steamed fish dramatically served and perfectly cooked nicely, it was a lovely dish. Fresh Sea Grouper with sliced ginger and chili for both the fish lovers and non-fish lovers.


2.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL
3.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL


When the next one arrived, it did look impressive with plenty of luxurious ingredients and was somewhat beautifully arranged in a pot. There are abalone, prawns, scallops, and a whole plenty of other precious ingredients traditionally enjoyed by the Chinese at special occasions. Myself isn’t quite a big fan but I wasn’t overly disappointed. In fact, the oysters were really addictive. Speaking of that, is when the dried oysters also made appearance in more dishes that night to make the dish shine. Thankfully for the sun-dried oysters, or otherwise would be rather underwhelming with very little vegetable on top of the weird vegetarian siuyuk.


4.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL
5.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL
6.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL


Crispy almond chicken was great though. I love it crispy and wholesome with almond lining at the bottom chicken. Cut nicely into bite size to serve, these thin slices of chicken were very pleasant to munch on continuously. I couldn’t pay much attention to the Supreme seafood golden fried rice with XO sauce despite craving fried rice. I love the fact that every dish is light and healthier.


7.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL
8.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL


Impressive line-up of food, with a definite seafood slant and to end the night was the final course of Double boiled sweetened chrysanthemum tea with pear, red date and aloe vera and Dynasty’s fortune pastries. The first was refreshing sweet with hints of chrysanthemum and pairs perfect with the nian gao!


9.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL
10.CNY 2018 @ Dynasty at Renaissance KL


Dynasty Restaurant is open daily for lunch from noon 12 to 2:30 pm and dinner from 6.30pm to 10.30pm. Dim Sum breakfast is served from 9am to 2.30pm on Sunday and from 10.30am to 2.30 pm on public holidays.
Take – away Yee Sang in full or half can be arranged for home reunion starting from RM 118 nett. Deluxe Yee Sang is priced at RM118 nett for half or RM 228 for full, and Premium Yee Sang at RM 188 nett for half or RM 368 for full respectively.


For restaurant reservations and to discover more, please call 0327716692 or email rhi.kulrn@reniassancehotels.com


Dynasty Restaurant at Renaissance Hotel KL is located at:
Jalan Ampang, 50450 KL
GPS: 3.1572493,101.705101
Facebook: www.facebook/RenaissaneKL or www.facebook.com/DynastyKL


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