Time Out Malaysia Eating and Drinking Guide - - EATING -

Be­fore there was brunch, there was dim sum. In this case, ar­ti­sanal dim sum. Ce­les­tial Court at Sher­a­ton Im­pe­rial treats you to a royal din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence like no other, com­plete with the fin­ish­ing touches of a classy royal ban­quet. Ce­les­tial Court is the ideal set­ting for lovely get-to­geth­ers and cor­po­rate func­tions com­plete with the fine ap­pre­ci­a­tion of ex­quis­ite cui­sine. Un­veil­ing their new dim sum menu, Chef Ken Liew and his team skill­fully de­liver the off­spring of a mar­riage be­tween tra­di­tional dim sum favourites with in­no­va­tive, mod­ern touches. Think Sun Dried Scal­lop served with Su­pe­rior Chicken Con­sommé, Crispy Crab Meat Dumpling served with Pump­kin Sauce, Im­pe­rial Sea Trea­sure Dumpling with Abalone and a va­ri­ety of new dim sum dishes pre­pared through var­i­ous cook­ing meth­ods rang­ing from steamed, pan-fried, deep­fried, stir-fried and baked. Prices are def­i­nitely worth the ex­pe­ri­ence, af­ter all, the tra­di­tional pur­pose of dim sum is to ‘touch the heart’, not to sat­isfy the ap­petite. Each dish is pre­sented like an at­trac­tive, ed­i­ble art­work and packed in a blend of tan­ta­liz­ing flavours that pairs per­fectly well with their new range of pre­mium and top qual­ity Chi­nese teas. There’s even a range of lovely desserts to fin­ish of the scrump­tious meal. Be it the sim­plic­ity of Can­tonese cui­sine through the har­mo­nious min­gling of in­gre­di­ents or a gourmet feast of Can­tonese de­lights, you can treat your­self to a com­pletely ce­les­tial meal from start to fin­ish at Ce­les­tial Court.

Eat­ing & Drink­ing 2015/2016

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