The days of being stuck at home are over as you can now dine out responsibly during RMCO at your favourite hotel restaurants in Kuala Lumpur.
With the announcement of the newly sanctioned Recovery Movement Control Order (RMCO), expect your daily life to progressively improve for the better. One of it is being able to dine out at your favourite restaurants and enjoy extended opening hours without having to rush through your meal.
While we continue to question how hotel buffets are going to be like in the weeks to come, there’s no stopping you from enjoying a la minute dim sum and three-course meals at some of the finest hotel restaurants in town. Whether it’s a romantic date night (throw in a staycation, why not?) or a family outing, here’s a growing list of hotel restaurants that are now open for dine-in.
This article first appeared on Lifestyle Asia KL
Chef de Cuisine Ramiro Moya and his team have prepared a sumptuous feast for when you make your return to PRIME, the award-winning restaurant at Le Meridien KL. Dinners will now be available from 5.30pm to 9.00pm with a concise menu comprising signature dishes, a variety of signature steaks and desserts to finish. Check out also the monthly promotions available, especially if you’re a Maybank, CIMB or UOB cardholder with up to 45 per cent off your total bill for the month of June.
Tao Chinese Cuisine is now open for dine-in on Friday, Saturday and Sunday for both lunch and dinner. As for now, the Chinese restaurant is offering a Non-Stop Dim Sum and Main Course A La Carte Buffet at only RM99 per person. With over 40 items on the menu to sample, you’d want to come here with an empty stomach and chow down all your favourites including wok-fried radish cake with Tao XO sauce, steamed barbecued chicken bun, egg tarts, crispy fish skin with salted egg yolk and a myriad of dumplings.
In case you missed it, Lai Po Heen at Mandarin Oriental KL has reopened its doors with a slew of classic Cantonese dishes and contemporary dim sum to tantalise your tastebuds. Executive Chinese Chef Michael Wong ensures nothing less of deliciousness with his signature chicken, shrimp and abalone ‘siew mai’, crispy prawn and squid dumplings coated with almost flakes, oven-baked mini egg tarts flavoured with sweet corn, and more. End your meal with the restaurant’s signature Durian Pancakes, a hearty serving of fresh durian mixed with whipped cream inside a soft-skin exterior. Lai Po Heen is open everyday for lunch from 12.00pm to 2.30pm, and dinner from 6.00pm to 9.00pm.
If you’ve missed dining in the city, head to THIRTY8 for its spectacular view of the twin towers and a dining experience not to be missed. Whether for lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, the restaurant is ready to welcome you with a great menu of both western and Asian dishes.
And in case you’re wondering, JP Teres is also opened for in-house dining as well, continuing its delicious spread of Malaysian cuisine in an open kitchen setting.
Known for its classic Chinese cuisine, Li Yen is back with a curation of specialty dishes from Hong Kong dim sum to freshly barbecued meats and wok-fried dishes. The restaurant, located in The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur, has the perfect set up for a cosy family outing on weekends or for business meetings during lunchtime.
If you’ve been enjoying the delicious takeaway menu from the team at Four Seasons KL, you’ll be delighted to know that Curate is now open for dine-ins. On top of enjoying Executive Chef Junious Dickerson’s Southern American cooking — think fried chicken and waffles, you may also want to sample comforting Indian dishes prepared by the hotel’s new chef. We’d say the lamb shank biryani is a must-try alongside other classics like palak paneer, varuval and more.
The Colonial Cafe at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur is looking forward to welcoming you back for lunch and dinner. Sample all-time favourites like Old-Style Hainanese Chicken Rice Ball, Hainanese Chicken Chop, Prawn Har Mee, Nasi Kunyit and even the Traditional Hainanese Boiled Beef. Once you’re done, the Salted Caramel Macadamia Cheesecake awaits. While you’re at it, check out the interiors that transport you back to the glorious days of art deco.