Restaurants in Prince Hotel KL – 5 Restaurants
Modern With a Hint of Chinese Influence, An Intimate and Luxurious Atmosphere, Highest Quality Cantonese and Oriental Menu Dim Sum and Seafood Specialities Featuring A Boutique Selection of Wines and Chinese Tea Located On Level 2, 6 Private Rooms A Selection of Quality Armagnacs, Cognacs and Chinese Wines,
Foodies can now enjoy a sumptuous Weekend Yum Cha with All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum at the elegant Tai Zi Heen. With more than 40 selections of dim sum to choose from, it’s a perfect weekend treat to enjoy. Available every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 11.30am onwards, there are plenty of dim sum to please even the discerning palate. All-You-Can-Eat Weekend Yum Cha Available every weekend and public holidays from 11.30am to 3.00pm RM75 per adult Kids eat free (under 5 years old) and pay 50% off (6 to 12 years old)
Discover a different kind of Japanese dining experience at ENJU Japanese Restaurant. The menu offers authentic food in the finest Japanese tradition as well as modern Japanese fusion cuisine that surprises in the most delicious way. There is an extensive selection of sake of exclusive labels to complement each meal. Dining is in a relaxing, informal setting that is both modern and serenely Japanese.
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Overall, I do not recommend their ala-carte buffet because you do not have many choices unless you are a person whom just loves sushi only. Their normal menu is very expensive so please be prepared to spend a lot in it. I do reckon their fish are fresh except their ebiko. So do not hesitate to try their Sashimi Moriawase if you are not going to choose their buffet session.