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All You Can Eat Dim Sum Buffet@ Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel KL.


Malaysian are so cincai (versatile) and that is what makes us so special. 
We stay in a multi-culture country where we are blessed abundantly with cuisines all across the globe. Being a Chinese, I have absolutely no issue for having breakfast for dinner.

It didn't surprise me when I was invited again for the All You Can Eat Dim Sum buffet dinner  at Prince Hotel KL last week. (You can read my previous post : here) The reason is simply because their Dim Sum chef knows the way to win his customers' heart through their stomach. The All You Can Eat Dim Sum Buffet is back by popular demand and it is now available not just during lunch time but also, dinner time. 

Their signature dim sum include Crystal dumplings filled with dried sole(har kaw) ; Chicken, shrimp dumplings filled with ushrooms (siew mai) ; Crystal Yam dumplings with chicken and mushrooms; Pan-fried crispy bean curd with prawns and cheese; Crispy prawn dumplings with wasabi dressing and the list goes on. All which is delicately prepared which promise to satisfy your fussy tastebuds. 

My fave steamed dim sum would be the Crystal yam dumpling -  The unique, flower-like appearance alone had already wow-ed me. That aside, the dumpling was enclosed with an aromatic fillings made using stir-fried mushroom with cubed yam, all which are the ingredients that I adore; The deep-fried version dim sum that I love most would be the Pan-fried crispy bean curd  with prawns and cheese. The name of the dish is self-explanatory,  simply marvellous. 

Dim Sum alone can be bored, that is also why Chef Micheal has also come out with a few new dishes to add into the a la carte menu. 
Price at only RM68 ++ per head, you can indulge in unlimited servings of selected dishes from the restaurant' a la carte menu that features both traditional and contemporary cantonese dishes.

Crispy Fried Oyster Mushroom with Garlic, Dried Chillies and Sesame Seed
; Shredded Chicken with Jelly Fish and Spicy Peanut Sauce.

Both are said to be an intensely addictive appetisers to me, I couldn't help myself but to keep shovelling 'em into my mouth. Both are equally delicious in terms of texture and flavour. Do not ask me to pick any of them as my favourite, it's like apples to oranges. 
I have a better suggestion, why not just order both? 

Next, the Chicken Consommé with sun dried scallop and cordyceps broth was so, so good. The soup packed a punch of sweetness, which I believe that they came from the superior ingredients that was used to cook this particular dish. 
 If you are a fan of thick-broth soup, try their SzeChuan- Style Soup with seafood, chicken and bean curd. Beside sweet and slightly sourish, it also has the distinctive chilli flavour which is able to spice up the palate. 

Barbecued Honey-glazed chicken cha shao; 
Deep-fried sea grouper fillet with Thai Chili plum sauce. 

Crispy roasted duck with plum sauce; 
Wok-fried Kung Pao Chicken with dried chillies and cashew nuts.

The sexy, oven-tanned roasted duck was lip-smacking delicious, albeit a little less fleshy. The KungPow chicken look super appetising to me even before trying it. Covered unevenly with the caramelised dark soy sauce and sprinkled with crunchy cashew nut, mama mia!

Szechuan-style wok-fried sliced Australian beef sirloin; 
Sautéed sliced ostrich with black pepper.

These are the must-try dishes for spicy food lovers. 

Enough with the meat dishes, we also had the braised ginkgo nuts and beard skin with seasonal vegetables and the Stir-fried baby pak choy with Chinese Wine to balance our meal that night. 

Braised Shanghai Noodles with minced chicken, pickled vegetables ad hot bean paste ( Dan dan mian). I was comfortably full after stuffing so much food before this dish arrives on our table, but that did not stop me from slurping it. I bet, this will be the best comfort dish to call for after a long day of work, or on a rainy evening.

Mango Pudding with Passion Fruit Sauce. 

The 'All You Can Eat Dinner' menu features 50 items from the a la carte and dim sum menu. The chef's recommended dishes include Poached king Prawns on tropical fruit salad with lemon dressing, Chicken Consomme with sun dried scallop ad cordyceps, Garlic marinated roasted crispy Chicken, Sauteed sliced ostrich with black pepper and more. Dim sum selections include a variety of items which are steamed, baed and deep fried. Desserts are also included in this menu. This promotion is held to allow diners the opportunity to try out as many dishes as they can savour in a single price.

Tai Zi Heen Chinese Restaurant is an ideal venue for business and family dining, also a perfect private dining restaurant for celebrations, dinner gathering and intimate wedding dinner reception. 

Tai Zi Heen @ Prince Hotel &Residence Kuala Lumpur

Business Hour:
Lunch 12.00 pm - 2.30pm, 
Dinner 6.30pm-10.30pm. 

Level 2, Prince Hotel, 

4, Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2170 8888
GPS Coordinates: 3.150179, 101.714516

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  1. Yummy!! But too bad, I have banned most buffets except steamboat buffets. LOL!

  2. I bet Dan Dan noodles was one of yr fav tht evening, due to the name. Haha! I have to say Prince's dim sum is really good.

  3. Wow - I have never seen such great looking dim sum. Gonna try that on my next visit! Torsten @ MightyTravels


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