As we’ve repeatedly mentioned, steamboat/ Hotpot 火锅 has been one of our favourite on the “eat list”.
However, not all steamboat are that good equally and memorable. What’s important for most of us? Good soup base & fresh ingredients. Have to highlight this again. Haha.
There might be some disagreements that rises between different styles of hotpot enthusiasts. Some like to place items into the hotpot at a relaxed, leisurely pace while enjoying the cooking process chit-chattering away, while others prefer to put everything in at once and wait for them to boil. All cooked in one shot. Which you prefer?
For us, steamboat ain’t just about chucking all the meat & vegetables into the hotpot and gobble them down. It’s also about a process of cooking the items accordingly, making the soup base stronger & zesty enough. What about you?
As Lai Ching Yuen stands strong in Grand Millenium hotel, it is one of the most popular Chinese Restaurants in Kuala Lumpur, offering delicious Chinese cuisine and most memorably their delicate dim sum which we are about to mention first 🙂
These dim sum are showcased by Chef Thye, in which he is very proud of. Now we know why he’s so proud of his dim sums as they were really delicious. Every dim sum was crafted with dedication and innovation in terms of food presentation, flavours combination, textures and most importantly, using fresh ingredients. And also, the deep fried items were not too oily (this I’m very particular. Haha).
Sweet Sour dumpling
Beancurd roll with prawn
Seafood cheese roll
Soft shell crab
Calling out for steamboat fans who emphasize a lot of using the freshest ingredients and tasty homemade soup base!
Lai Ching Yuen Steamboat Promo
17 September – 14 October
Available for Lunch & Dinner
Price as shown below on the menu (only ala carte order are available for now). Click for bigger picture.
Beef Tenderloin slices
Pork belly slices with good proportions of fats and lean
Considering that one will be dining in a hotel’s fine dining setting (confirm it will be comfortable as it’s air conditioned), they only use premium ingredients such as tiger prawns, lobsters, live crabs, wagyu beef, geoducks etc, it would be a great venue for celebrations and gatherings with friend, family and colleagues!
Adding fresh seafood selections in will definitely elevate the sweetness of the soup base even more.
Shabu-shabu your beef slices!
We ended our food-full session of dim sums and hotpot with a cute jar of Gui Ling Go.
Also known as the Tortoise Jelly or Turtle Jelly, it’s a jelly-like Chinese medicine eaten as a dessert. Very refreshing and most importantly, very beneficial to our skin.
**Mention BROUGHT UP 2 SHARE for free flow of either “Pu Er & Oolong teas”**
Lai Ching Yuen
Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur, 55100
Tel: +60 3 2117 4888
Monday to Friday : 12:00pm – 2:30pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday : 11:00am – 2:30pm
Dinner: Opens daily from 6:30pm – 10:30pm
*Note: Free car park for the first 3 hours—for dine-in guests only. Please present your parking ticket at the restaurant counter to have it stamped and verified.