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Hotel Foods

  • Coffee House, Hotel Equatorial.
    Their local buffet lunch and dinner have good selection and taste.
    Address: Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM25 per person.

  • Coffee House, New World Hotel.
    The buffet at this coffee house is local foods e.g. chicken rice, tandori, roti chanai, etc
    Address: New World Hotel.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM40 per person.

  • Selera Coffee House, Pan Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
    The buffet lunch at this restaurant is mainly Malay dishes. The appetizer is limited to salad, soup (which is tasteless) and a dozen shrimps and mussels. Main course include roast beef (a bit dry), curry, etc. There are about a dozen cakes and local fruits for desserts. Overall, we find the food is below expectation and over priced.
    Address: Pan Pacific Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
    Telephone: 442-5555
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM38 per person.

  • Shangri-la Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
    The Malay foods serve at their banquet dinner is unappealing and sub-standard.
    Address: Jalan Sultan Ismail.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM50 per person.

  • Golden Pheonix at Hotel Equatorial

  • We always look forward to visit this restaurant. We love their braised shark fin soup, shark fin in claypot (at RM130/person), barbecue ribs, belacan fried pomfret, Budda jump over the wall (at RM100/person), Japanese bean curb with vege, siziling venison, Peking duck, Aromatic duck, fried live US lobster with ginger and spring onion (at RM220/kg), steamed champagne crab (at RM160/kg), fried rice with salted fish and sweet yam paste. During winter and spring, giant crab (minimum size 7kg) is available at RM110/kg. Overhere, you can have a dinner for RM500 or more per person. Once, we had an abalone for RM1500 at this place. However, occasionally we find the dishes is below our expectation; otherwise, they deserve 3 stars rating.
    Address: Jalan Sultan Ismail.
    Telephone: 03-261-7777.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM80 per person.

  • Chinese Restaurant at New World Hotel.

  • We tasted their shark fin soup, fish, etc which are excellent. But too expensive to justify.
    Address: New World Hotel, Jalan Ampang.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM150 per person.

  • Xin Cuisine, Concorde Hotel

  • Prices at this Chinese restaurant used to be expensive; due to current recession, they now (Nov 98) have 'all you can eat' for RM40 per head which is value for money. Generally, their food is good and dimsum is popular but pricey. The adjacent 'Crossroads' lounge with liveband is a popular spot for after dinner.
    Address: Concorde Hotel, Jalan Sultan Ismail.
    Telephone: 244-2200
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM40 per person.

  • Hunan Garden Restaurant.

  • This Crown Princess Hotel Chinese restaurant specialize in Hunan dishes. We tried thier eel soup, etc and find them good. However, like all other Crown Princess' F&B outlets, their price is steep.
    Address: Crown Princess Hotel, Jalan Tun Razak.
    Telephone: 03-262-5522.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM50 per person.

  • Celestial Court, Hotel Imperial.

  • For two persons, we ordered steamed goby fish, fried vege with scallop, fried chicken with black pepper, hot and sour soup and mixed fruit. We find the food resonable but the price too expensive, need to compared with London's price to justify.
    Address: Hotel Imperial Sheraton, Jalan Sultan Ismail.
    Telephone: 468-9900.
    Business hour: Open for lunch and dinner.
    Price: From RM120 per person.

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