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With a myr­iad of dif­fer­ent shapes, sizes and fill­ings, dim sum is the ul­ti­mate one-mouth won­der of Chi­nese cui­sine. And few places do dim sum as well as Five Sen5es at the Westin Kuala Lumpur. Take in a plethora of Can­tonese dishes amidst chic decor; the am­bi­ence prom­ises to cap­ti­vate all your five senses.

The es­tab­lish­ment’s “open wok kitchen” im­merses din­ers in a mod­ern day culi­nary ad­ven­ture, rich in the cul­ture and her­itage of Asia. If pri­vacy is de­sired, five pri­vate din­ing rooms are also avail­able.

Five Sen5es’ Sim­ply Dim

Sum menu is re­plete with in­no­va­tive it­er­a­tions of tasty treats – from poached prawn dumplings in crab roe bisque, and steamed crys­tal dumplings filled with mini abalone, to Thai-style deep-fried phoenix prawns with mango that will leave din­ers want­ing more.

En­joy this buf­fet-style menu ex­clu­sively on Sundays. It in­cludes an ex­ten­sive spread of Can­tonese favourites like pan-fried noo­dles and silky-smooth con­gee. Chi­nese pas­tries will also be out in full force at the buf­fet counter for din­ers’ in­dul­gence

On any other day of the week, the del­i­ca­cies are avail­able à la carte, with bas­kets of dim sum de­liv­ered to ta­bles.

Take note of the fol­low­ing dis­counts, ex­clu­sively for Sim­ply Dim Sum at Five Sen5es:

• Up to 20% off for SPG mem­bers

• Up to 50% dis­count for Be­yond Din­ing mem­bers

• Up to 40% dis­count for ma­jor bank card­hold­ers

• 50% off for chil­dren aged 5 to 12

• Chil­dren aged 4 and be­low dine for free

The Westin Kuala Lumpur’s blue-rib­bon Chi­nese-Can­tonese restau­rant is of­fer­ing up a dim sum buf­fet to die for.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www. thewestink­ualalumpur. com/fivesen5es for their up­com­ing pro­mo­tions and new menus.199 Bukit Bin­tang Street, Bukit Bin­tang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur. Tel: +60 3-2731 8333

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