Friday, July 21, 2017

Dynasty Restaurant, Renaissance Hotel KL, Now Pork Free, Dim Sum Promo 50% Off Till 29 August

I always know that when an invite comes from the Renaissance Hotel KL, the end result is inevitably a food coma of sorts.  Whilst I first mourned the passing of one of the last bastions of non halal dim sum places in local hotels, I was massively comforted by the outstanding quality of dim sums that were pork free, that we got to sample whenst they first turned over the new leaf, and went PORK FREE.  Memories of those glorious golden yam puffs that melt in the mouth, those plump siu mais...the list goes on.

Anyway, until 29th August, there's a 50% promo off dim sums during lunch time from Mondays to Fridays, which is a damn good deal if you ask me.  Or you can create your own 4 course menu at RM49.90 nett per person, for lunch OR dinner.

The ubiquitous egg tarts with flaky pastry...

The golden Yam Puffs, which initially were just for show, until I pleaded for us to have them, so to our table it came.

Fried Radish Cake....

Prawns with Cheese....

Chive dumplings in chilli oil....

Har Gaos...(Prawn dumplings)

Chicken Char siu baos

Scallop dumpings....

There are more than 30 types of dim sum to choose from, so knock yourself out.

For the set menu, there's a choice of 1 dish from each category of Soup, Fish and Poultry, Noodle, and Dessert, with a choice of add ons.

Stir Fried Grouper Fillet with Spring Onion & Ginger.... classic, simple and tasty.

Cantonese Wonton Noodle with honey glazed chicken and vegetable.  Unfortunately that day the noodles were a bit overcooked, I would have preferred it more al dente.  The kitchen has been notified.

Other choices available are:
Assorted Seafood & Crabmeat broth
Sun dried seafood consomme
Shredded Duck Broth with Chives (We had this, but I can't find the photo, it was good)
Wonton Pouches in Consomme

Stir Fried Duck with Sesame Oil and Oyster Sauce
Grouper Fillet Sauteed With Portuguese Sauce
Stir Fried Grouper Fillet with Spring Onion & Ginger (the one we had)
Sauteed Chicken Strips with Dried Chilli

Stewed mee sua with fish dumpling (not a fan of mee sua, so definitely not my choice)
Seafood Ramen in superior stock
Pan fried Hong Kong egg noodle with enoki and chicken
Cantonese Wonton Noodle with honey glazed chicken & Veg (the one we had)

Chinese Pancake
Signature glutinous rice balls coated with sesame
Osmanthus Pudding
Herbal Jelly With Honey (we had this)

For reservations
Dynasty Restaurant
Renaissance Kuala Lumpur

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