Happy Monday! How was your weekend? I always love spending my weekend bonding with family and friends over meals. So I was craving for dim sum the other day and my friend suggested we should go for an all you can eat dim sum at Restaurant Sky Palace and eat to our heart's content. Ohh
... I have been to Sky Palace
before and the foods were definitely top notch.
All You Can Eat Dim Sum
Senior citizen (Above 60 years old)/ Child (10 years old and below) RM28++
Only available on Sunday & Public Holiday.
Dining hours : 8.30am - 2.30pm
Tea and snacks included.
During my visit, the restaurant was busy and brisk business, hence it will be advisable to make reservations.
Take your pick from the mouth-watering selection of dishes from the all you can eat menu. Well, every
item that we tried was really good and delicious, but
here are some worth mentioning.
ASSORTED ROAST MEAT
, roast pork and roast duck.
We started off with the sinfully good roast duck, pork belly and char siew
. Simply adores the crunchy crackling pork belly and juicy roasted duck with crisp skin.
Steamed prawn dumpling with water chestnut & parsley. Must try!
Steamed fluffy and soft char siew
bun. The fillings
was not overly sweet too. Must try!
with essences of pork. Must try!
Shrimp & pork dumpling was bouncy and flavoursome. Thumbs up!
Special home-made glutinous rice served with chicken and mushroom was a tad wet though.
dumpling in red sauce.
Special mushroom oat bun. Soft and adorable, but the fillings were a tad sweet for my liking.
Steamed pork ribs with black bean sauce was tender and juicy.
Hong Kong egg yolk bun. Must try!
Thin skin with piping hot egg yolk custard oozing out. Perfect!
DEEP FRIED & BAKED ITEMS
Aromatic oven-baked char siew
puff pastry. Must try!
Pan fried radish cake.
Pan fried double taste fish cake was firm and well-seasoned with garlic flavour
. Must try!
Crispy scallop ball cheese dumpling.
Pan fried Shanghai dumpling.
Five spice salted egg roll.
Chinese spring onion pan cake
. Must try!
Stir-fried radish cake with prawn meat.
Rice noodle roll was silky smooth with huge fresh prawn.
Rice noodle roll
with Japanese scallop.
Braised yellow wine chicken in Hakka style was a tad sweet and lacked of wine aroma.
Guang Xi tau po.
Beef brisket was tender, a distinct joy in taste and texture. Must try!
In a nutshell, we had an amazing and value for money dim sum affair at Restaurant Sky Palace. Since the dim sum is made from scratch, some of the items may require longer waiting times, but I can assure you that it is totally worth it.
Restaurant Sky Palace
D-GF-01, D-GF-02, D-GF-03 & D-GF-3A,
Ground Floor, One City,
Jalan USJ 25/1,Petaling Jaya,
Tel : 03-5115 9998
Business hour :
Mon - Fri
6.00pm - 10.30pm
Sat & Sun
9.30am - 4.30pm
6.00pm - 10.30pm
Facebook : www.facebook.com/SkyPalaceFineChineseCuisine/
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