Ming Palace

Jalan Ampang,
50450 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2161 8888 ext 121 (Komura Japanese Restaurant)
03-2161 8888 ext 127/188 (Ming Palace Chinese Restaurant)

MOST of us thought we would be dining and writing on Corus Hotel’s Chinese cuisine during a recent food interview until we set foot into the hotel itself.

We were then told that its March food promotion covered three different restaurants serving three entirely different cuisines.

Although we did not have to run from one restaurant to the other, it seemed like a long lunch was in store.

Thankfully, the chefs who were put in charge of the various dishes served decent portions and we started off our meal with Chinese cuisine.

Chinese sous chef Lim Hock Seng and Dim Sum chef Chun Siew Seng brought out their selection of dishes picked out from the Ming Palace Best Value Menu within minutes after we were seated.

Among the dishes Lim introduced were the Japanese Styled Grilled Salmon, Pan Fried Tiger Prawns with Oatmeal, Braised Dried Scallop and Crabmeat Soup, Fried Venison with Black Pepper Sauce and Fried Asparagus.

The menu has sets for one dine in customer to a table of ten with prices ranging from RM28++ to RM38++ per person.

B4C833A7FD4342F0893AEAD1CCD56F1FWide range: Chin showing the three different types of Ebi available for the promotion.

On weekends, Ming Palace offers a ‘Eat-All-You-Can’ deal at RM38++ (Adults) and RM28++(Child) from 10am to 2.30pm.

Ming Palace opens its doors from 11.30am to 3pm (lunch) and 6.30pm to 10.30pm (dinner) while on Saturday, Sundays and public holidays, the restaurant opens earlier for lunch, which is from 9am to 3pm and dinner is at the same time.

For those who fancy curries, the hotel is offering the popular Malaysian favourite of Indian Fish Head Curry this month at its Dondang Sayang Restaurant.

The dish is prepared using ingredients such as fish curry powder, curry leaves, garam masala, tamarind juice, coconut milk and vegetables such as okra, tomatoes and eggplant.

31E2FFD552F941B7A4AC3D450418AF01Spicy treat:Fish Curry Head is served with rice, Papadums and Mango Chutney.

The dish priced at RM60++ for two comes with hot rice, Papadams and Mango Chutney. It is available daily for lunch and dinner.

The other menu for the day was the Japanese selection offered at the hotel’s Komura Japanese Restaurant.

The outlet highlights its prawns or better known as Ebi for its current promotion by Chef Chin Tuck Meng.

Diners can tuck into three different types of Ebi starting with ‘Botan Ebi’ (large sweet prawn) followed by ‘Ama Ebi’ (medium-sized sweet prawns served raw as Sashimi at RM60++ and RM45++, respectively) and ‘Kuruma Ebi’ (Tiger prawns served with a choice of three different preparation styles like Teppanyaki, Shioyaki or Teriyaki priced at RM28++ each).

During the ‘Ebi’ promotion, the restaurant is also offering a RM20 discount for a bottle of wine from their cellar.

Also, Komura’s daily menu has a ‘Eat-All-You-Can’ offer and diners can select from appetizers, salads, noodles, Tempura, Teppanyaki and Sushi, Temaki and Sashimi at RM60++ (Adults) and RM40++ (Child) during lunch hour while for dinner it is priced at RM98++ (Adults) and RM68++(Child).

Komura Japanese Restaurant is open daily from noon to 2.30pm for lunch and from 6.30pm to 10pm for dinner.

Food and Beverage assistant manager Steve Ng said the hotel was constantly coming up with new dishes each month and that they want to offer guests a wider variety of choices.

Only the Best Value Dim Sum and Cantonese Set Menu promotion ends in April.

This is the writer’s personal observation and is not an endorsement by StarMetro.

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