Oriental Express: Taste These Signature Dishes From The East

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ORIENTAL EXPRESS

Touted as one of the most sophisticated and refined culinary traditions of the world, Chinese cuisine pays particular attention to appearance, aroma, flavour and texture, with a balance of yin and yang in its delicacies. From the time-honoured Xiao Long Bao to the humble noodles, get your chopsticks ready and embark on an Oriental Express to chow down a repertoire of dishes from these selected restaurants at Pavilion KL.


Al Amber Chinese Muslim Restaurant
Being the first Northern Chinese Muslim restaurant, Al Amber boasts more than 80 affordable food selections and 30 kinds of beverage in generous portions. The dishes are prepared using the freshest and finest ingredients, created with a genuine passion; bringing an authentic taste straight from China.



Din Tai Fung
Signature Dish: Xiao Long Bao

The pork Xiao Long Bao in Din Tai Fung is the all-time favourite of many loyal patrons. If you take a peek into the open kitchen, observe how skilled chefs are carefully shaping the little soup-filled dumplings with a consistent quality of 21g and 18 golden folds to reach the optimum level of soup encasing.



HK Boy Cart Noodle
Signature Dish - Topping HK Cart Noodle

Fondly known as ‘cart noodle’ from the way it used to be sold in the 1950s, diners are allowed to customise their bowls with their choice of soup base, noodles and ingredients, making it a delightful and personalised meal that will keep your tummy satisfied for the whole day.



Putien

Signature Dish: Bian Rou Soup

Bian Rou (Wanton) Soup is a Fujianese specialty with more than 500 years of history. The delicate Fujian-style wonton wrapper is made of pork meat. Each time, 3 hours of continuous pounding and rolling on the meat paste is required before it becomes as thin as a wanton wrapper, making the handcrafted wanton springy and palatable with every bite.



Simmer Huang

Signature Dish: Assorted Seafood Pot with Classic Sauce

Dig your spoon into a bountiful pot filled with assorted fresh seafood and vegetables, seasoned with red dates vinegar, herbs powder and pepper. The dish is then topped with 4 types of flavourful sauces of your choice and completed with the addition of scrumptious prawns, codfish slices, cuttlefish and oysters, before being simmered over a fire.



Village Roast Duck
Signature Dish: Roast Peking Duck with Pancakes

Discover thinly sliced roasted Peking duck wrapped together with scallions, cucumber slices, and sweet sauce, folded into freshly steamed popiah-like sheets. Highly recommended to eat it in one bite – experience the crunchy refreshing flavours of vegetables with crispy skin, flavourful meat and sweetness from sauce all at once.



Wong Kok Char Chan Teng
Signature Dish: Pork Chop Cheese Baked Rice

Bringing you the original “char chan teng” experience from Hong Kong, Wong Kok promises a great selection of staple Hong Kong dishes from traditional favourites to fusion dishes, with one of the main highlights being the Pork Chop Cheese Baked Rice. Served with melted cheese atop a bed of fried rice, the wok hei (smoky flavoured)-filled rice is lightly fried with finely-julienned egg omelette before being baked together with a juicy slab of pork chop.



Ying Ker Lou
Signature Dish: Aromatic Yellow Wine Chicken

One of the must-try dishes at Ying Ker Lou is the Drunken Chicken with Ginger and Wine – a Hakka signature soup dish that comes with a bowl of fragrant rice. This savoury soup is served along with simple ingredients – Chicken, Black Fungus, Ginger and Coriander, but has amazing flavours when eaten together.



Other Notable Outlets:

Dai Cha Dim
Dolly Dim Sum
Dragon-I Peking Duck
Hadidilao Hot Pot
Ho Min San
Grand Imperial
Grand Imperial Seafood Hotpot & BBQ
KD Hong Kong
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