On special occasions, my entire family will gathered together for Dim Sum for a catch up session. I’m always on the hunt for the next Dim Sum place as in Klang there’s only a few top notch ones and I’ve tried most of it. Truly excited when I was invited by foodie blogger Sidney to attend a Dim Sum Buffet review at Restaurant Sky Palace together with several other friends. We came truly prepared with an empty stomach as the menu consists of more than 40 different types of Dim Sum ranging from steamed, baked, deep friend and lots more.
All You Can Eat Dim Sum
Senior citizen (Above 60 years old)/ Child (10 years old and below) RM28++ (**Kids below 5 years old, FOC)
Only available on Sunday & Public Holiday.
Dining hours : 8.30am – 2.30pm
Tea and snacks included.
For starters, we ordered a range of Cantonese steamed Dim Sum such as Shrimp & Pork Dumpling ‘Siew Mai’, Prawn Dumpling ‘Har Kau’ with Water Chestnut & Parsley, Shanghai Siew Long Pau with essences of Pork, Fish Ball with Garden Green and Herb Dumpling and Steamed Pork Ribs with Black Bean Sauce. The dumplings are made from crystal clear skin wrappings and is served pipping hot to us. Also loved the fact that the pork smell is not as pungent if compared to other Chinese Restaurant.
We also ordered the Hong Kong Egg-Yolk Bun, Special Home-Made Glutinous Rice with Chicken and the most unique steamed item is the Special Mushroom Oat Bun. Soft and fluffy each bite is filled with flavourful mushroom paste inside. Definitely must try!
Next, is the most unique item I’ve ever find in a Dim Sum review, Claypot Cuisine. I’ve never come across a Chinese restaurant that served Claypot during Dim Sum time. Here, we ordered the Braised Yellow Wine Chicken in Hakka Style, Vinegar Pork Knuckle, Guang Xi Tau Po and Beef Brisket on Top Pastry Filo. My favourite would definitely go to Beef Brisket on Top Pastry Filo and Braised Yellow Wine Chicken in Hakka Style as both are extremely flavoursome with the usage of special herbs in the sauces.
Moving on it’s time to try the deep fried and baked items, here we went a little crazy as well. Items that we’ve ordered include Oven Baked Char Siew Puff Pastry, Over-Baked Mini Egg Tarts, Pan Fried Radish Cake, Deep Fried Crispy Yam Puff, Chinese Spring Onion Pan Cake, Stir-Fried Radish Cake with Prawns Meat, Five Spiced Salted Egg Roll and Pan Fried Shanghai Dumpling.
We didn’t stop at that, we continued with the memorably scrumptious Crispy Rice Crum Roll In Thai Style with a hint of Thai spiciness sauce and Crispy Scallop Ball Cheese Dumpling that has cheese practically oozing out.
By then, we’re more than 90% full but being foodies we had to try the rice noodle roll. No Dim Sum is complete without it. This round we ordered only two of the speciality item namely Rice Noodle Roll Japanese Scallop and Rice Noodle Roll with Crispy Duck Shredded. I prefer the Rice Noodle Roll with Crispy Duck Shredded as its crisp on the outside and inside it’s filled with perfectly roasted duck meat.
That’s it we’re done but the Chef at Restaurant Sky Palace insisted we try their Assorted Roast Meat and we opt for mini plates of Roast Pork, Roast Duck and Roast Pork Belly platter. Each item was simply tantalizing and delicious!
What’s the verdict? Absolutely delicious as Restaurant Sky Palace dishes up unique dim sum that I’ve never eaten before in other places. For the price they’re charging, I deemed it super worthy! Just a gentle reminder, the dim sun buffet is only available on Sunday and Public Holidays so to avoid disappointment, it’s advisable to book in advance. Happy eating everyone 😀
Sky Palace Fine Chinese Cuisine Restaurant (食为天)
D-GF-01 – D-GF-03A, Ground Floor,
Sky Park @ One City
Jalan USJ 25/1,
47650, Subang Jaya
Contact: +603- 5115 9998
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