Has got a major revamp, to a refreshing new look, armed with modern and sleek interior, serving authentic and extravagant selection of Shanghainese dishes and dim sum .
Let’s usher in the Year of the Dog with classic Shanghainese cuisine at Shanghai Restaurant in JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur. The culinary symphony is led by Executive Chinese Chef Wong Wing Yuek. In Chef Wong, Shanghai has a man who is dedicated to serving only the best and most authentic dishes from his native city.
Shanghai’s selection of Yee Sang is now available for diners while the specially curated Lunar New Year set and a la carte menus are available for lunch and dinner from 1st February until 2nd March 2018.
Prosperity Yee Sang with salmon and fresh fruits
Let’s stir up the good fortune and wealth this year with a Yee Sang, comes beautifully dosed with Salmon and plated prettily with Fresh fruits. The Yee Sang can be accompanied other lip-smacking delicacies such as abalone, jellyfish, salmon, lobster, geoduck and even fresh fruits, for a refreshing twist on a traditional dish. I was madly in love with their yee sang, it was very pretty, as though a piece of beautiful art.
Combination of eight Shanghainese cold and hot dishes
Sliced pig’s ears with sesame oil
Flat glass noodles with peanut sauce
Duck served with chef’s special sauce
Chilled drunken chicken in Chinese rice wine
Eggplant with bean sauce and chilli paste
Japanese cucumber with minced garlic and soya sauce
Celery with dried bean curd and shredded mushrooms
Deep-fried bean curd skin filled with shredded black mushrooms
I was hooked on these 8 small dishes. They reminded me of the dishes I tried when travelling to China. Love the flat noodles with peanut sauce, eggplant with bean sauce and chilli paste, Japanese cucumber with minced garlic and soya sauce. Simply refreshing! Sliced pig’s ears with sesame oil were super crunchy and aromatic. Yum!
Braised Spanish pork with pine nuts and vegetable
Perfect layering proportion of pork and pine nuts and glazed glossily with the gravy. Delicate and of course, delicious!
Baked Royal Bridge biscuits
Steamed Siew Mai with abalone
Deep-fried bean curd stuffed with French goose liver and truffle paste
I love how they infused CNY set menu with dim sum! Baked Royal Bridge Biscuits was crispy and flaky, aromatic with leeks and mushrooms and ham! Deep-fried bean curd was pretty lux as it was stuffed with French goose liver and truffle paste. No doubt, very good!
Braised pig’s trotter with sea moss
With the right proportion of fats and meat ratio, must eat the skin because it is super gelatinous!
Steamed Shanghainese meat dumplings
The famous Shanghainese dish, succulent and juicy under the very thin layer of skin.
For reservations and enquiries, please call +60 3 2719 8288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
1st Floor, JW Marriott KL,
183 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-2719 8288
Monday – Saturday | 12pm to 2.30pm
Sundays & PH | 10.30am to 2.30pm
Daily from 6.30pm to 10.30pm