Di Wei Chi­nese Cui­sine

T.Dining Malaysia Tatler Best Restaurants - - Chinese -

WHY GO

With rea­son­able prices, a sump­tu­ous non-halal menu stud­ded with favourites and a chic con­tem­po­rary set­ting, Di Wei makes a wel­come change from more tra­di­tional com­peti­tors.

TATLER TIPS

The menu may not be all-en­com­pass­ing, but there’s plenty to feast on here, from cel­e­bra­tory dishes to down-home sta­ples.

While Pek­ing duck may be the hot favourite here, the crispy roasted pipa duck is also a good call. Tthe fowl is ten­der and suc­cu­lent, with glis­ten­ing roasted skin and pipa sauce bub­bling mer­rily away. The live tiger prawns with crispy gar­lic, al­mond and rice crispies are a tasty bal­ance of crunch and flavour. Try the sig­na­ture home­made bean­curd with braised crab­meat and crab roe. Made of soy­bean milk and egg, the bean­curd is steamed then deep-fried, giv­ing it a silky tex­ture on the in­side and mor­eishly crispy skin on the out­side.

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