Five senses

Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

Why Go

In the new gen­er­a­tion of In­ter­na­tional- styled Chi­nese restau­rants such as Five Senses, tacky tra­di­tional fea­tures and dou­ble hap­pi­ness para­pher­na­lia have been ban­ished to make way for muted colours and a cos­mopoli­tan cool.

Tatler tips

The menu presents a va­ri­ety of op­tions with­out over­whelm­ing the diner with choices. There is the bonus of an un­usu­ally large se­lec­tion of sauces to ac­com­pany one’s se­lec­tion. • The house spe­cial Hong Kong kailan with Chi­nese yel­low wine and black fun­gus is raised way above the typ­i­cal crunchy whole­some­ness with a wine sauce of ap­pro­pri­ate in­ten­sity. • Sig­na­ture dishes are a re­li­able route to take and run the gamut from home­made tofu to Pek­ing duck and stewed dong po pork belly with pre­served veg­eta­bles.

Siz­zling stuffed prawns with enoki mush­room in honey maki jus sig­na­ture “four bul­let” Hong Kong dim sum

Fried beef roulade with enoki mush­room in honey pep­per sauce

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