How do you feel now about dining out? Are you comfortable to go out and have a meal in a restaurant even though we are now in the Recovery MCO period? For many, there are still deep concerns over the Covid-19 pandemic and prefer to keep away from public places, including restaurants. If you ask me – one month ago, I would tell you that I’d prefer not to dine out, opting for the safety of my home at all costs.
As time progressed and we moved into the Recovery MCO and with more businesses being allowed to open within strict SOPs, I felt it was time to ease out of the totally-stay-at-home mode and re-acquaint myself with real life. However, I’m very selective of the places I’d visit and certainly, these establishments must adhere strictly to the SOPs and guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health.
Red Chinese Cuisine at Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre is one of such establishments. At the entrance, guests have their temperature taken by staff wearing full face shields. Then guests have to scan the restaurant’s QR code and register themselves digitally with their handphones. Inside the restaurant, tables and chairs have been arranged to allow the maximum space required for proper guest seating. All service crew wear face shields. With all these protocols put in place, my family and I felt safe dining in Red. And why were we in Red?
Well, to check out their Weekend Dim Sum Brunch, of course!
It’s a Eat-All-You-Can brunch for dim sum orders from a special menu, cooked and served upon order. The menu lists an assortment of 50 handcrafted dim sum and desserts! Prepared à la minute, we got to enjoy the exquisite dim sum served piping hot. Portion were not overwhelming, allowing us to repeat orders of favourite items. And because of that, we actually tried less than half of what’s on the menu – here, take a look at what we had…
What really stood out for us were the Handmade Chicken Meatballs, Crispy Beancurd Skin with Prawns & Cheese, Crispy Yam Puffs, Wok-fried Radish Cake, Egg Tarts (from oven to table!), Wok-fried Beef and the Wok-fried Lamb – all faultlessly executed and we repeated orders for some of them. In general, the wok-fried items were all very good! What didn’t work so well was the Congee with Fresh Crabmeat as it was quite bland, watery and it could do with more crabmeat in it.
Now here’s the good news: from now until 31 July 2020, there’s a 20% discount offered on the original price of RM88 nett per pax.
So now, it’s RM70.40 nett per person! (until 31 July 2020)
The Dim Sum Brunch is available from 11.00am until 3.00pm.
Only on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays.
*Menu is pork-free
To book your table,
or call +603-2170-8888 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
One (1) complimentary parking will be given with every RM150 spent per receipt from your dining bill for the Dim Sum Brunch at Red Chinese Cuisine. Ticket must be validated by their Concierge at the Hotel lobby with your dining bill from the restaurant.
RED Chinese Cuisine | Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre|Jalan Conlay|50450 Kuala Lumpur|Tel: +603-2170-8888 | *Pork-free