Saturday, April 27, 2013

Dim Sum Buffet @ Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel KL

During our recent stay in Prince Hotel & Residences KL, we also sampled their a la carte dim sum buffet at Tai Zi Heen Chinese restaurant. Named "Dim Sum, Dim All", this pork-free buffet is available on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays between 11.30am to 2.30pm and is priced at a very reasonable RM45++ per person. It features 45 best-selling dim sum items and is cooked to order. 

Crispy Prawn Dumplings with Mayonnaise

The restaurant was fairly busy on a Saturday afternoon, food service was pretty quick though there was quite a long wait for the desserts. Most of the items that we tried were very good, you won't even be missing the pork in your dim sum. I would say the dim sum here is pretty good value for money, plus you get to enjoy it in a really nice, comfortable ambiance.

Our two favorite items were the Hong Kong roasted duck and crispy prawn dumplings with mayonnaise, which we had multiple servings of. The roasted duck had a very nice crispy skin while the crispy prawn dumplings were so juicy. I also love the baked mini custard egg tarts and mango pudding, wanted to reorder 2 extra portions of the mango pudding but they ran out. Must remember to order this at the start next time ;)



Hong Kong roasted duck served with plum sauce


Rice rolls filled with shrimp and yellow chives - smooth rice rolls


Crystal dumplings filled with dry sole (har kaw) - thin, translucent skin with big juicy prawns


Steamed fluffy barbecued chicken buns - our kids love this


Baby D helping himself to a pau


Barbecued chicken puffs with parmesan cheese  

Chicken and shrimp dumplings filled with mushroom (siew mai) - another must-order for the kids

Purple spinach dumplings topped with Mexican clams - this was yummy. Big juicy prawns within!

Oven baked mini custard egg tarts - another favorite of ours. They're pretty small, so we had several orders of this. Very good!

Mmmmmmmm.... yum!

Deep fried glutinous rice balls with pandan lotus paste - kids love this!


Chilled honeydew melon with sago


Mango pudding with passionfruit puree - refreshingly good. Love this.


You can check out my other post on Tai Zi Heen's dim sum here.



Pork-free.

Opening times: Lunch; 12.00 pm - 2.30pm, Dinner; 6.30pm-10.30pm.

Location: Tai Zi Heen, Level 2, Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur, 4 Jalan Conlay, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Tel: 03-2170 8888

Website: http://www.princehotelkl.com

GPS Coordinates: 3.150179, 101.714516



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14 comments:

  1. Ooo the mango pudding and egg tarts look so good. RM45 is pretty reasonable for hotel dim sum buffet.

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    1. Yes, ambiance was very comfortable and food is good, definitely worth it.

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  2. A few baskets of the Purple spinach dumplings topped with Mexican clams for me pleaseee =)

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  3. crispy prawn dumpling with mayo also one of my fav when having dim sum...

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    1. Hubby's fav.... we always have to order a few portions of that.

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  4. Tried it and their mango pudding is good

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  5. ooo, nice price! i'd happily dish out RM30++ here just for the free-flow of the roasted duck! :D

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    1. Each portion is pretty small, so I think you could easily go through 10 portions of the roast duck ;)

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  6. Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays between 11.30am to 2.30pm - ok, noted!!! Eat all you can...should be worth it!

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  7. love dim sums.. I do get these cravings at times and dim sum buffets are just really heavenly when the craving kicks in! :)

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  8. . Just been to the restaurant. food not bad for the price. however, service was terrible. waited 15 minutes for first dish, then 5 dishes we ordered didn't turn up! instead someone else's dishes came. re- order took a long time. dishes were already cold when we were served
    They must get their act together as far as serving is concern.No coordination between kitchen and waitress. such a same.. it could have been a nice Sunday lunch.
    Henry

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