Another of my favorite place for dim sum, Shang Palace had never failed me with all their great dim sum temptations. Shang Palace.Shang Palace is an authority in Cantonese cuisine and provincial specialties. Treat yourself to deliciously prepared seafood, noodles, casseroles and tasty barbecued meats, or sample our various set menus.Shang Palace recreates Cantonese food with a pinch of ancient Chinese grandeur, and the result is undeniably persuasive. Food here is imbued with sophistication.
玉帶燒賣皇 -“Siu Mai”Steamed chic dumplings w fresh scallop (RM16) which is being served is awesomely good. Well minced till perfectionist with the moist and juicy texture of the steamed chicken dumpling. It is then topped with the sliced of scallop on top with the ebiko.
鮮竹菜絲卷 -“Choy Si Gyun” (RM 9.00) is where the bean curd rolls are being wrapped with assorted vegetables and it is then being steam with chef signature sauces. The beancurd comes smooth with loads of ingridients in between. Nice one!
鮮蝦波菜餃 Po Choy Gao” (RM 10.00) is something worth to order for spinach lovers. The succulent thin skin wrapped with loads of spinach and fresh prawns in between brings you with the taste of spinach. It also have pulpy prawns in it.
For those who are looking for some kick of spiciness, try their 京川辣餃子-La Gau Ji Shanghai Dumplings. The Poached shanghai chicken dumplings are being crowned with the spicy soy dip. I love the fragrance of the spicy dumpling temptations.
One of its signature – 韭黃脆蝦腸粉 “Chui Har Cheung Fan” (RM 15.00) comes to our favorite. The smooth and silky cheong fan which is being made from the Chinese Red Wine and the cheong fan together is being steamed with the crispy chive prawn fritters. I love the smooth velvety cheong fan texture with the crispy bites of the prawn fritters. It is just so good which we would give 2 thumbs up.
Aside from the steam items, Shang Palace do serves the deep fried and baked items. Some includes their singnature 金錢白花球“ Bak Fa Kao” (RM 13.00) 荔芋香蔥角 “Hiong Choong Gok” (RM9.00) and 鮮蝦腐皮卷“Fu Pei Gyun” (RM 15.00). Each of the item is carefully fried till golden brown and every mouthful is sinfully delicious.
Ended with desserts, we had the 椰香金瓜露 “Kam Gwa Lou” (RM 10.00) which served cold with the cream of pumpkin and topped with the velvety and smooth coconut ice cream with it.
As for the 揚枝凍甘露 “Yong Zi Kam Lou” (RM 10.00) ; there is not much introduction anymore as this can be tried in many places. But Shang Palace had made them so good with the chilled mango puree which is not too sweet and served together with sago, pomelo and tiny cubes of strawberry in it.
Last but not least, we love the 桂花蘋果燉雪耳 “Peng Gau Dun Xuei Yee” (RM 11.00) with give us a soothing temptations where the Double-boiled apple with osmanthus and fungus. Nice one
Even though they had turned to Pork Free, neverless Shang Palace still maintains on its quality and bringing us a lovely and memorable meal. Guess what? Our lovely daughter is bugging me to go back for more!
11, Jalan Sultan Ismail
Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
+60 3-2074 3904