My family loves Dim sum, a traditional Chinese cuisine prepared as small bite-sized portions which is tasty and easy to eat. We are happy to find out that Dynasty Restaurant which is located at Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel has converted into a pork-free restaurant recently. Guests would be delighted to discover innovative and exciting flavors creatively put together by Award-winning Executive Sous Chef Kok Chee Kin.
A wide selection of authentic and delectable Cantonese delicacies are available from the A La Carte Menu and a complete range of delicious Dim Sum to please every palate. Let’s look into some of the items you could get from Dynasty Restaurant, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel.
3 Fried Dim Sum
Pan Seared Shanghai Dumplings – We love the huge amount of filling in Pan Seared Shanghai Dumplings. It taste crispy outside and juicy inside.
Golden Yam Puff – My favourite dish of all, the Golden Yam Puff is so pretty with golden brown crispy skin, and tasty meat filling inside.
Crispy Prawn Toast with Sesame – A delicate Prawn Toast with a crisp base and flavourful sesame.
3 Steamed Dim Sum
Prawn Wonton with Chili Vinaigrette – The Prawn Wonton is so fresh and juicy inside.
Green Dragon Chive Dumplings – A very popular dumplings for the Chinese, especially for those who love Chive’s taste.
Minced Chicken Dumplings topped with Dried Scallops – In Chinese, we call this ‘Siu Mai’, which is a must order whenever it comes to Dim Sum. It is my whole family’s favourite of all.
Deep Fried Oyster – Chef Kok Chee Kin has selected the fresh oyster to deep fried until crunchy outside and juicy inside. Simply irresistable for oyster lover.
Barbecued Chicken with Glazed Honey Sauce – A dish for the whole family, from young to adult.
Baked Cod Portugese Style - For those with a penchant for local flavors, do check out the Baked cod Portuguese style prepared with indigenous ingredients or the Casserole of beef with vermicelli in satay sauce for a classic Malaysian taste and the Stir fried venison with greens in hot sauce for a peppery aftertaste.
Sweetened Mango Puree with Sago and Pomelo – We love this dessert as it taste not too sweet and really refreshing with the sago and pomelo. One is definitely not enough for us.
There are many more highly recommended dishes available at Dynasty Restaurant, including Wok fried scallops with lily bulbs, asparagus & macademia nuts, deep fried prawns with salted egg yolk sauce, sea treasure broth with fresh scallops in coconuts and many more.
Why not head to Dynasty Restaurant for a yummy pork free dim sum meal with friends and family?
Dynasty Restaurant is located at East Wing Level 1, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel
Business Hours: Lunch from 12PM to 2.30PM & Dinner from 6.30PM to 10.30PM
Dim Sum Breakfast is also available from 9.30am to 2.30pm on Sundays and Public Holiday.
With a seating capacity of 168 and 3 private dining rooms, Dynasty Restaurant is open daily for lunch from 12.00noon to 2.30pm and dinner from 6.30pm to 10.30pm.
The 3 private dining rooms, when opened up, have a seating capacity for 80 persons. It is a perfect venue for exclusive weddings, birthday parties for that special someone, anniversary celebrations for the loved ones, full moon celebrations for the new ones or any get-together. The atmosphere is really nice for a Chinese restaurant and everyone would love to dine in here.
For reservation and restaurant enquiries, please call 03 2716 9388 or email email@example.com
Facebook page - www.facebook.com/RenaissanceKL and www.facebook.com/DynastyKL
All the food look so delicious! All the pictures got me hungry now! Haha
its look very yummy yummy.. im hungry
Yummy!dim sum is my favourite!
Looks so yummy! And healthy too!!
you are killing me... i want some and i want some now.... huhuhu
My Muslim friend who is from overseas would love this place. He is not particular about halal, as long as pork free. Thanks for recommending.
always love dimsum
Ohh my i want fried dimsum for lunch! And some satay :)
Looks so yumme, but dim sum is always good when theres pork. hehehhe Especially the yam one.
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