Mandarin Palace is now offering a limited time only weekend brunch buffet spread every Saturday and Sunday morning. Brunch lovers can indulge in a gastronomic affair which encompasses over 20 types of dim sum delights, hot dishes, roast chicken/duck, and many more.

Located at The Federal Kuala Lumpur, Mandarin Palace serves Chinese culinary tradition  from Cantonese to Hunanese, as well as Szechuan cuisine within an urbane yet calming Chinese emperor inspired ambiance.


For the weekend brunch buffet spread, the selection of hot dishes included Prawns with Chinese Herbs, Yong Chow Fried Rice, Steamed Fish with Soya Bean Paste, Mixed Vegetables “Loh Hon” Style, and more.


One of the highlights of this buffet would be the noodle station which can be cooked upon request. With several menus to rotate each week such as Pan Mee and Prawn Noodle.


The dim sum section features a wide selection of fresh and delicious of steamed and pan fried food items, such as Siew Mai, Fish Ball, Fish Paste with Beancurd, Glutinous Rice with Meat (Lo Mai Kai), and more. As for the pan fried section, diners can choose from Slice Radish Cake, Yam Cake, Egg Tart, etc.


To finish off the meal on a sweet note, diners can help themselves to the scrumptious dessert table where you’d find a selection of puddings, cakes, and Malay kuih.

federal-pamper-6If you enjoy the Cantonese tradition of yum cha, here’s the place to be. Taste wise, we thought the dim sum was decent, but do not expect a wow factor as it was ready made. All in all, we reckon that RM78 nett per person is not overly expensive for a brunch buffet in a 4-star hotel.

Address: The Federal Kuala Lumpur, 35, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100, Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603 2148 0468
Daily: 1200PM–200PM (Weekend Brunch)

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