50088 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hourMon - Fri : 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Sat - Sun : 10:30am - 10:30pm
Contact number03-2179 8885
Price / Fee[1 year ago]
Coconut and osmanthus jelly (RM28) ‧ Deep fried dumplings with diced chicken and dried shrimps (RM38) ‧ Pan-fried green tea pancakes with peanuts, sesame and coconut flakes (RM28) ‧ Steamed Okinawa purple potato buns (RM28) ‧ Steamed Szechuan-style chicken dumplings with emperor vegetable (RM38) ‧ Steamed kale dumplings with beetroot (RM28) ‧ Steamed scallop dumpling with garlic (RM38) ‧ Steamed twin gold fish dumplings with chicken and abalone dumpling (RM48)
[3 years ago]
Black Sesame Panna Cotta (RM 22) ‧ Black pepper Wagyu beef pastries - 3pcs (RM46) ‧ Butter Prawns (RM100) ‧ Deep fried prawn and lobster flower rolls - 3pcs (RM33) ‧ Jasmine Tea Leaf Smoked Chicken (RM 38) ‧ Poached prawn and chicken dumplings in spicy peanut sauce - 3 pcs (RM18) ‧ Soy Milk with Snow Fungus and Gingko Nuts (RM20) ‧ Steamed Chinese Sweetened Glutinous Rice Cakes with Shredded Coconut (RM 28) ‧ Steamed Marble Goby / Soon Hock (RM440) ‧ Steamed Scallops with Broccoli (RM155) ‧ Steamed crystal dumplings - 3 pcs (RM30) ‧ Steamed prawn and water chestnut dumplings - 4 pcs (RM23) ‧ Stir-fry Venison with Spring Onions and Ginger (RM100)
Signature DishesSalted brine corn fed chicken served with ginger and onion dip
Dishes[1 year ago]
Batter fried glutinous rice cakes, chilled mango purée, plum seed, pomelo drops and vanilla ice cream ‧ Braised abalone with mushroom, stuffed Japanese Kanto sea cucumber and brown sauce ‧ Crispy prawns coated with lemon dressing, garnished with tropical fruit salsa and tobiko ‧ Double boiled fish maw soup with wolfberries and 'Tian Zi' flower ‧ Double boiled morels with fish maw and sun-dried scallop soup ‧ Duo preparation of wok-fried prawns ‧ Fried glutinous rice cake with yam ‧ Glutinous rice with sun dried scallop and waxed meat in lotus leaf ‧ Lai Po Heen's Chinese New Year "Fatt Choy" and sun dried seafood pot ‧ Mooncakes ‧ Oven-baked honey cod fish fillet on a bed of milky clouds ‧ Salted brine corn fed chicken served with ginger and onion dip ‧ Steamed Omega grouper fillet with spicy hot pepper sauce ‧ Wok fried rice with diced lobster, tobiko and bonito flake ‧ Yee Sang with abalone and assorted vegetable ‧ Yee sang
[3 years ago]
Double boiled kung fu soup ‧ Durian pancake ‧ Jasmine tea leaf smoked chicken served with a ginger onion dip ‧ Oven baked black cod fillet with butter and cheese crust ‧ Seven spices scented soft shell crab rolls with ginger jelly ‧ Stir fried seasonal vegetables ‧ Wok fried prawn with spicy lemongrass sauce
Specialising in classic Cantonese delicacies and dim sum specialities, Lai Po Heen is inspired by the great ancestral homes of 19th Century Chinese tycoons. The decor is simply stunning with high ceilings, ornate chandeliers and beautiful parquet flooring.
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Celebrate Year of Metal Rate at Lai Po Heen in Mandarin Oriental, KLLai Po Heen offers three exquisite set menus namely Fortune, Prosperity and Wealth that are priced at RM 288, RM 398 and RM 518 per person respectively. The Fortune and Prosperity menus require a minimum of four diners, while the Wealth menu requires a minimum of two diners, and each dish will be served individually plated.
Restaurant Lai Po Heen @ Mandarin Oriental Hotel - Malaysia Food & Restaurant ReviewsLocation: Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Mandarin Oriental Hotel; Cuisine: Chinese; Review: For a pork free restaurant, Lai Po Heen is top in my list where one of my favourite Chef, Chef Ricky do cook awesome Chinese food.
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2019 Mooncakes @ Mandarin Oriental, Kuala LumpurThis year, guests can choose from six varieties of traditional baked mooncakes (RM37 per piece), three varieties of chocolate mooncakes (RM49 per piece), snow skin mooncakes (from RM37 per piece) or special edition golden mooncakes (RM49 per piece). All mooncakes are pork-free; traditional baked mooncakes are Halal-certified.
CNY 2019: Lai Po Heen, Mandarin Oriental, KLLai Po Heen offers three exquisite set menus Fortune; Prosperity; and Wealth that are priced at RM 288, RM 398 and RM 518 nett per person respectively. The 8-course Fortune and Prosperity menus require a minimum of four diners while the Wealth menu is individually-plated and requires a minimum of two diners
Michelin-Rated Dim Sum at Lai Po Heen, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala LumpurSteamed twin gold fish dumplings with chicken and abalone dumpling (RM48): The siew mai was juicy, topped with a luxurious, tender abalone. The gold fish dumplings come with two different filling; one with chicken and prawn and the other is vegetarian.
Lai Po HeenNot sure if simple food like that is worth RM200 per pax. MO is a little cray cray.
Lai Po HeenThe prices at Lai Po Heen is quite challenging, in fact it's way too expensive for standard Chinese dining - you're paying for the class. Nevertheless, it's one of the places you can get good Chinese Halal food in a hotel. From a pork-eater standpoint, the money is definitely worth spending elsewhere - Klang Valley offers a lot more.
Dim Sum @ Lai Po Heen, Mandarin Oriental KLDim sum is available daily at Lai Po Heen, Mon-Fri 12.00pm - 2.30pm, Sat-Sun 10.30am - 2.30pm.
The Yum List: Lai Po Heen, Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaIn the evening exceptional Cantonese cuisine is the highlight. During the day, especially for weekend brunch, dim sum is very popular.
GoodyFoodies: Lai Po Heen @ Mandarin Oriental KLThe Jasmine tea leaf smoked chicken served with a ginger onion dip was delicious. We certainly could smell and taste the tea which has been infused into the meat of the chicken by smoking. The taste of tea leaves in this dish is further enhanced by some deep fried tea leaves as garnish. Chef Ricky explains that in Cantonese cuisine, chicken should always be paired with ginger. He uses corn fed free range chicken for the best taste and succulent meat.