There will be three set menus available, from now until 19 February 2019, priced at RM188 nett per person for a minimum of four persons and range from RM 1,888 nett, RM 2,888 nett and RM 3,888 nett per table of ten for a 9-course set meal.
Another popular item at Lai Ching Yuen is the Claypot Pork Belly With Salted Fish, where pork belly is cooked in high heat with ginger, a generous amount of scallions and red onion for a bit of texture. The pork belly slices were juicy and came with enough fat for flavour. Since it was cooked with salted fish, this dish can be a bit one-dimensional in terms flavour—salty, therefore it is best to tone down the saltiness by pairing it with a bowl of white rice.
Chili Crab is a dish that love by all Malaysians. Simmered in a thick, sweet, savory and spicy sauce.
Personally, we like the Spicy Szechuan Prawn Noodle Bowl. It is extra spicy and pack a punch – the reason that made us get hook with it. Not for the faint-hearted though.
The Mill Café in Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur showcases an Indian-themed buffet dinner every Friday through the Tiff-Inn Nights promotion. Tiff-Inn Night is available every Friday between 7:00 pm and 10:00 pm and is priced at RM 128nett per person
Reasons to visit Clip & Eat Buffet at the Mill Café: a concept that gives all the benefits of a buffet (endless eating of whatever you want) without the wastage and messy mass serving containers and with the freshness of food prepared a la minute!
Clip & Eat is available every Sunday to Thursday between 7.00 pm and 10.00 pm at The Mill Café, Level 1 of Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur. Priced at RM 128 nett per person
Pour Over Coffee – RM27 Although the Pour Over Coffee that was served to us was black and without sugar, it had a slightly fruity taste and a mellow tone. The coffee also had a super strong aroma which is distinctively unique. Despite this we found the coffee to be quite light and easy on the mouth but the caffeine in it was certainly strong enough to keep us awake. The coffee is without a doubt extraordinary and not commonly available in Kuala Lumpur so it is definitely worth a try for coffee lovers. If you feel a little hungry, feel free to pair the coffee with some of Bistro 160’s finest cakes and pastries.
I had the Assorted Salmon set with Salmon Sashimi (RM45) which came with two pieces of salmon sushi, 1 piece of aburi salmon belly sushi, 1 piece of salmon mayo gunkan and salmon maki (6 pieces) as well as miso soup. The salmon sashimi was thickly sliced and was rather fatty, so I was delighted with this set. Delicious!
Lai Ching Yuen is one of the very few top notch Cantonese restaurants in Kuala Lumpur that serves high quality all-you-can-eat dim sum. With over 50 types of handcrafted delights and an affordable price tag of RM74 per pax, Lai Ching Yuen’s ala-carte all-you-can-eat dim sum is a steal.