Dim Sum is a weekend indulgence for us; we love taking our own sweet time, sipping on our Chinese tea while savouring some traditional and modern dim sum in an elegant, spacious environment. Unfortunately, most of our favourite dim sum places turn into a madhouse during the weekend.
Hotel’s dim sum is another good option but reality hits – who can afford to have it every week? Shang Palace is running an eat-all-you-can dim sum promotion with over 40 choices of dainty dishes from 7 July till 26 August 2017.
Served every Friday between 12 noon to 2.30pm and Saturday from 10.30am to 2.30pm, the menu features a variety of steamed, deep-fried and baked dim sum along with rice flour rolls, noodles, rice, vegetables and desserts.
The extensive Dim Sum Delights menu features 13 varieties of steamed dim sum such as fresh shrimp dumpling, chicken dumpling with fresh scallops, fish balls with garden greens, fresh scallop and mushroom dumpling, glutinous rice with chicken and mushroom, beef balls, chicken claws with spicy Szechuan chilli sauce, chicken wings with black bean sauce, steamed barbecue chicken buns, salted egg custard cream buns, vegetarian yam cake, bean curd rolls with assorted vegetables and chicken porridge.
The deep-fried and baked dim sum selection consists of spring rolls with vegetables, fish balls, mashed yam dumplings with minced chicken meat, baked barbecue chicken pastries, pan-fried Cantonese radish cakes, “Hakka’ stuffed bean curd with chicken and prawn filling, fish cakes with prawn paste, prawn dumplings served with mayonnaise, prawn balls coated with cornflakes, wok-fried radish cakes, sesame prawn rolls, baked mini egg tarts and sesame balls.
The rice flour rolls are prepared in four styles which are steamed flour rolls with shrimp, steamed flour rolls with vegetarian filling, steamed flour rolls with minced barbecue chicken and Chinese parsley and pan-fried flour rolls with dried shrimps and supreme spicy sauce.
The dim sum menu also includes stewed Hong Kong noodles with minced prawns and vegetables, wok-fried rice noodles with shredded roasted duck, chicken and mushrooms as well as Yong Chow fried rice. Fresh greens such as ‘kai lan’, ‘choy sum’, broccoli, braised bean curd with vegetables and wok-fried bitter gourd are also available.
Last but not least, conclude your dim sum experience with eight varieties of desserts such as chilled lemongrass jelly with lime sorbet, chilled mango pudding, red bean cream with lotus seeds, chilled Chinese herbal jelly, homemade sweet bean curd, black sesame seed dumplings in ginger soup, chilled mango puree with sago and pomelo and chilled water chestnut cakes with osmanthus.
Tips: come in a big group so you get to try more dim sum items.
The eat-all-you-can Dim Sum Delights promotion at Shang Palace is priced at RM 88 nett per person. This promotion is valid for dine-in only and all guests seated at the same table must order from the Dim Sum Delights menu.
For more information and reservations, call 03-2074 3900, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.shangri-la-specials.com.