We ordered a package meal. Started with their lovely “Yee Sang” with fresh salmon. Then, we had Braised Shark Fin’s with Crab Meat. Shark fin was good, I had 2 bowls of it. Their Golden Roasted Crispy Chicken was indeed unique. Roasted together with sesame, it was cook until the skin to crisp and yet the meat was tender.
A close up of the roast chicken. Look at the texture of the skin with the sesame. The next one was Steamed “Gui Hua” Fish with Soy Sauce. The fish was good also. The lovely Baked Tiger Prawns with special sauce was next. The prawn was baked to crispy, every bite had the crunchiness in the mouth. By the time the Deluxe Vegetables came, my tummy was full.
My mum’s favourite “Lap Mei” Glutinous Rice was next. I barely touched the rice even though it was good. For the whole night, I think the dessert was the most ordinary of all. We had Sea Coconut with Soy Cream and 2 different types of desserts.
The food was good to excellent. The package meal (for CNY) was less than RM 700, considered “reasonable” for what we had. The service was excellent as we booked a VIP room. After so long since my last visit, their Chinese food is still one of the best. A must try but the price is on a bit “high” end.
Address: 1st Floor, Wisma Lim Foo Yong, Jalan Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03 2142 5595, 2141 2233
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4 thoughts on “Amazing Dinner @ Marco Polo Restaurant, KL (Jan 09)”
700~!!! =.= but considering the dishes..not bad la..
there’s a restaurant in wisma lim foo yong?! never heard of it!
just wondering have u been to tamarind springs?
I haven’t been to tamarind springs yet… been gaining lots of weights during CNY, so cutting down a bit… 😛
Tamarind Springs. Nice ambiance but very pricey. Food so so.