Monday, May 18, 2009

Another Easter 2009 Celebration at Mandarin Palace, Federal Hotel

Easter is another wonderful season to express thanksgiving and appreciation of God's boundless gifts and blessings. An opportunity too to enjoy meals and fellowship with family, relatives and friends.

A month ago, on Saturday 18th of April, John and I graciously treated his mother and some friends from our retiree group to a sumptuous Chinese lunch at Mandarin Palace Chinese Restaurant, Federal Hotel Kuala Lumpur.

It was a Weekend 'Yam Ley Sek' (all you can eat) Brunch from 10.30am to 2.30pm where you select what you'd like to savour from a fixed menu of about 60 dishes. Included were 15 dim-sum varieties, shark's fin soup, meat (chicken, pork, venison, lamb), fish, prawns, tou foo, egg, veggies, noodles, etc. all prepared in various styles, could be Chinese, local and other Asian cuisine.

Reasonably priced too - just RM45++ per adult, but RM25++ for senior citizen/child, excluding chinese tea which cost RM3.50/pax. Real value for money, especially all of us except one are senior citizens! ;)

We enjoyed the lovely dishes except that some were a little too salty. Also, we made the mistake of starting off, indulging with too much dim-sum and shark's fin soup...hence, too little stomach space left for other interesting dishes. Hmm...must eat smart the next time around, huh!

Sharing some pictures taken then:

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