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Friday, 28 July 2017

Dim Sum & Hong Kong Cuisine At Oriental Chinese Cuisine Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar

 Oriental Chinese Cuisine 
Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
Delighting Diners With Dim Sum & Hong Kong Cuisine
Dim Sum & Hong Kong Cuisine 
Oriental Chinese Cuisine 
Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar

Dim sum, these are bite-sized treats that warm the heart and I'll never miss dim sum tasting session when invited. Recently I was at Oriental Chinese Cuisine, Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar to sample Chef Ng Ming Wai's dim sum dishes from his range of delectable authentic recipes.

Chef Ng Ming Wai's Delectable Range Of Dim Sum Dishes 

For me, a well-prepared dim sum evokes a feeling of comfort and warmth that radiates throughout your body as you consume the savoury and sweet morsels. Dim sum certainly does not have to be boring or unimaginative. Chef Ng's modern authentic dim sum is interesting and innovative as he elevates traditional dim sum and tweaks them to include contemporary flavours.

How does Green Tea Bun with Salted Egg Yolk Custard Cream sound to you? or maybe Spicy Szechuan Chicken Dumplings or Cheong Fun with Yu Zha Gui? 

Oriental Chinese Cuisine located on Level 1 of the hotel, the restaurant has private dining rooms which cater to small groups of up to 30 persons and the restaurant wide space can comfortably sit up to 220 persons. 

Spacious & Comfortable Private Dining Room 

Although the restaurant is popular during lunch and dinner, it is also suitable for private, intimate functions which can be arranged upon reservation confirmation.
 Wide Space Caters Up To 220 Diners

 Fresh Prawn Sui Mai
RM 15

We started with the Steam items which was my favourite Siu Mai selections. My top pick was the  Fresh Prawn Sui Mai. One can be utterly happy with just having a basket or two of this all to oneself. The fresh prawn was succulent and firm, being the right size because anything bigger cannot be regarded as 'dainty' and anything smaller would be stingy.  

Dried Scallop Siu Mai
RM 16

Another dish that was a highlight was the Dried Scallop Siu Ma topped shredded dried scallop and tobiko for the premium touch. You'll be delighted with the firm prawns and tender steamed pork filling accented by the profound flavour and savouriness of the dried scallop. 

Steamed Caviar Siu Mai
RM 16

Next is another Seafood Siu Mai again - Steamed Caviar Siu Mai. Devoid of its usual sickly-sweet porky aroma, this Caviar Siu Mai was a juicy kick chicken and prawns wrapped in wonton skin. Savour the little bits of the caviar that give the Siu Mai the different taste and texture. 

Others seafood based Siu Mai in the menu is Tobiko Lobster Siu Mai, Foie Gras Siu Mai and mini Abalone Siu Mai to excite your taste buds.  

Spicy Szechuan Chicken Dumplings
RM 10

The Spicy Szechuan Chicken Dumplings was something out of the norm, you rarely get to try this in the local dim sum restaurants. The plump size chicken dumplings were pepped up with the spicy and sourish sauce it's served with.   

Crispy Seafood Roll with Cheese
RM 18

Innovative dim sum, Crispy Seafood Roll with Cheese had seafood wrapped in fine vermicelli, deep-fried and served topped with cheese and curry flavoured sauces. Crispy and crunchy, it's the perfect word to describe this deep-fried dim sum item.  

Preserved Vegetables with Roasted Duck Bun
RM 12 

Preserved Vegetables with Roasted Duck Bun was my hubby's favourite bun for the day. This special bun has preserved vegetable and minced roasted duck in the filling which strikes a balance of sweet and salty. 

Enjoy two different texture of the bun - with a soft top and a crispy and slightly charred bottom. Best eaten while it's still warm, otherwise, the bun will lose its softness and become chewy while the bottom part will be less crispy.    

  Cheung Fun Rice Noodles With Yu Zha Gui
RM 12

The Cheung Fun Rice Noodles With Yu Zha Gui - also known a Yau Char Kwai was a dish given a twist, as it is filled with deep-fried Chinese crullers that give the dish a different taste and texture.  I recommend you eat this dish as soon as it's served to you as the crullers tend to soak up the soy sauce and leaving you salty rice noodles with crullers.

I have this unpleasant experience as you can see from this photo above because I left it too long after the 'camera-eat' session. Oh yes, do remember to try the dipping chilli oil for some spicy kick to the plain rice noodles! 

Signature Pearl Glutinous Rice wrapped with Lotus Leaf
RM 15

If you have stomach for more, do check out the Signature Pearl Glutinous Rice wrapped with Lotus Leaf. It was an interesting dish to savour as it's fragrant and strong flavour including the freshly steamed glutinous rice and roast duck meat offering within, veered us off our dim sum adventure. The steamed rice was full of flavour and easy to savour to the last grain. ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜

After indulging in that nonetheless appetising dish, the Chilled Durian Pancake and  Green Tea Bun With Salted Egg Yolk Custard Cream were a welcome sight to end our satisfying dim sum meal. 

Chilled Durian Pancake
RM 22

Durian lovers must try the Chilled Durian Pancake. Their signature Chilled Musang King Pancake has the creamiest filling of the fragrant Musang King. A sinful treat and if you're feeling guilty - do share this durian-licious dessert with a like-minded diner who's crazy over Musang King durian too. I was told that they perfected the dessert to getting the thinnest layer of the pancake to wrap up the dessert.    

 Green Tea Bun With Salted Egg Yolk Custard Cream
RM 12

Last but not least, there were other sweet treats such as Green Tea Bun With Salted Egg Yolk Custard Cream. The green tea bun with salted egg yolk custard was a rich, creamy and a great matcha treat, which oozes salted egg from the inside. Recommended to be eaten as soon as it's served.  

Apart from the dim sum dishes, the restaurant offers a great selection of ala menu focusing on seafood dishes. We found that their chicken, duck and fish dishes are very reasonable as compare to other hotel standards. 

A whole homemade roasted duck only RM 98 while their steamed whole Village chicken costs only RM 85, this is a good deal for many out there. The Giant Tiger Grouper clay pot dishes were a steal too - costing RM 58 per serving!  

For Full Menu, please click on to Dim Sum & Ala Carte Menu Here

Special discounts for Credit Card Members off total bills (not including alcoholic beverages, tobacco & cigars)
  • CITIBANK, CIMB & MaybankSignature - 20% Off
  • AEON - 15% Off
  • Public Bank - 10% Off   
For more information or bookings/reservations, kindly contact them at 03 - 2298 1888 Ext 5100 or email to H7962-FB2@accor.com

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Oriental Chinese Cuisine Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar

Pullman Kuala Lumpur Bangsar
Oriental Chinese Cuisine
No. 1 Jalan Pantai 
Jaya Tower 3 
Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 - 2298 1888 Ext 5100
Opening Hours
12 pm - 2:30 pm (Lunch)
 6 pm - 10:30 pm (Dinner)
Website Pullman Kuala Lumpur
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