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Love,
C ♥ C

Chris and I already have a regular dim sum place.
This time, we decided to get out of the box and go a little further and spend a little more.
We want some lavish brunch!

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Knowing that EEST @ Westin Kuala Lumpur is serving dim sum buffet  brunch, we didn’t think twice.

Unlimited servings of dim sum
RM 98++ per person
RM 49++ per child
Saturday, Sunday & public holidays from 11.30am – 2.30pm

EEST nailed it with their ‘open kitchen’ concepts. Projecting ample space and comfort dining to their patrons.

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AT THE COUNTERS
Walk around to discover the fares like barbecued items e.g char siew and dim sums steaming up!
Don’t be shy to drop by and request for your plate of Roasted ducks, chickens, char siew and also siew yoke.

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The chefs recommended us to check out their different types of porridge.
We had their Seafood Congee. Each spoonful is flavoured with strong seafood essence. And it’s also topped with a dash of chopped chinese crullers.

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Desserts counter

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So little option?
Nope. Open up their little menu and order as much as you like! *don’t waste food if you couldn’t finish them*
Enjoying your hot cup of “Bo Li” tea, we ordered casually while chit chatting away enjoying the 3 hour long lunch.

 

STEAM

Crystal dumpling with crab roe & crabmeat

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Crystal prawn dumpling “har kau” with crisp dried scallop

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Crab bisque essence Xiao Long Bao

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Chicken feet with XO sauce

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EEST’s char siew pau

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Lo Mai Kai – glutinous rice with chicken, char siew and waxed sausages

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CRISP

Portuguese egg tarts

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Flaky char siew pastry with parmesan

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Octopus mousse with salted egg yolk coated with golden thread

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Stir-fried turnip cake with XO sauce

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CHEE CHEONG FUN

Sea scallop & XO sauce

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EEST’s SWEET

Mango Pudding & Guai Lin Go – the herbal jelly (behind)

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Pisang goreng with teh tarik ice cream – very Malaysian!

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Durian ice cream with coconut pancake
We can’t resist Durians & we had double of this!

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Mochi Ice Cream – oozed with black sesame!

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What do you think of EEST’s Dim Sum?
We enjoyed every dish as their ingredients are fresh, well presented and most importantly satisfying in terms of taste and portions.
You could enjoy a 50% discount or even free dining voucher if you happen to be a Starwood Privilege member :)

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Non-Halal
EEST Chinese Restaurant
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
199, Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur 55100
Malaysia
Tel: 603 2773 8338
Email: [email protected]
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