Spring Garden KLCC 50% Dim Sum & Dessert Promotion

Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant in KLCC is one of the restaurant under Tai Thong Group Of Restaurants. One afternoon I saw a flyer advertising their latest promotion, which was 50% discount on selected dim sum and tong sui from 3pm-5pm.
I was immediately attracted to the promotion and went to take a look at the restaurant. It was lunchtime on a Saturday and the restaurant appeared empty. But when I returned two hours later it was full! I guess everyone was waiting for 3pm to have a late lunch or tea break lol.

fried-radish-cake

We requested for the promotional menu and felt disappointed discovering the items on the 50% discount list were.. how do I put it.. ‘cheap’ ones lol. The ala-carte menu was no doubt more extensive and premium looking, same for the prices too. Luckily we were in just for a tea break. But hey it’s dim sum at KLCC so I think we can’t complain much about the price for the location and ambiance you get.
The Stir-Fried Radish Cake with Bean Sprouts @ RM8.50 was not bad at all although it looked a little underfried, because the wok hei was present. I would have enjoyed it more only if the radish cake was cut into smaller cubes before being stir fried. Smaller cubes = more flavor in each bite.

prawn-mango-roll

Deep Fried Shrimp Rolls with Mango @ RM9.50. A hint of sweet mango lifted the dish a little. To be honest most of the items are not worth the normal price, only after the discount they seemed rather reasonable to me.

chicken-dumpling

Chicken Dumplings with Crab Roe @ RM8.50. This is perhaps the most worthy dish on the promotional menu but don’t expect too much on the taste.

salad-prawn

The last dim sum we had, Deep Fried Prawn Salad @ RM9.50. Good thing they didn’t stinge on the prawn’s portion and there wasn’t any hint of them fried in reused oil. Usually that’s the first thing I would check for any deep fried dim sum I order. Other than that it was pretty normal tasting, nothing spectacular.

peanut-ball-coconut-cream

The tong sui was a total let down. Shown here is one of the 18 tong sui available, Peanut Rice Balls & Yam in Coconut Cream @ RM8. It didn’t taste sweet at all and the ingredients supposed to accompany the dessert were so pathetically little.
And how can a tong sui be called tong sui if it didn’t taste sweet at all? The word tong already meant sugar what lol. Fail.

lotus-seed-red-bean-soup

Same goes for the Red Bean Cream with Lotus Seeds & Lily Bulbs @ RM8. Not impressive at all despite having a rather fancy name. Luckily I was paying only half price for it.

dessert-menu

All I can say is, skip the tong sui altogether and go for the dim sum instead. Yeah I know the dim sum is not great, but still acceptable lah. One last complaint from me – it took them more than 15 minutes to give us the bill even though most of the customers have left the restaurant. Ironically that was the thing that frustrated us the most, not the quality of the food.

Spring Garden KLCC (Pork Free, not sure if Halal)
Lot 413, 4th Floor,
Suria KLCC, 50088 KL
Tel: 03-21669881

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Spring Garden Chinese Restaurant in KLCC is one of the restaurant under Tai Thong Group Of Restaurants. One afternoon I saw a flyer advertising their latest promotion, which was 50% discount on selected dim sum and tong sui from 3pm-5pm.
I was immediately attracted to the promotion and went to take a look at the restaurant. It was lunchtime on a Saturday and the restaurant appeared empty. But when I returned two hours later it was full! I guess everyone was waiting for 3pm to have a late lunch or tea break lol.

fried-radish-cake

We requested for the promotional menu and felt disappointed discovering the items on the 50% discount list were.. how do I put it.. ‘cheap’ ones lol. The ala-carte menu was no doubt more extensive and premium looking, same for the prices too. Luckily we were in just for a tea break. But hey it’s dim sum at KLCC so I think we can’t complain much about the price for the location and ambiance you get.
The Stir-Fried Radish Cake with Bean Sprouts @ RM8.50 was not bad at all although it looked a little underfried, because the wok hei was present. I would have enjoyed it more only if the radish cake was cut into smaller cubes before being stir fried. Smaller cubes = more flavor in each bite.

prawn-mango-roll

Deep Fried Shrimp Rolls with Mango @ RM9.50. A hint of sweet mango lifted the dish a little. To be honest most of the items are not worth the normal price, only after the discount they seemed rather reasonable to me.

chicken-dumpling

Chicken Dumplings with Crab Roe @ RM8.50. This is perhaps the most worthy dish on the promotional menu but don’t expect too much on the taste.

salad-prawn

The last dim sum we had, Deep Fried Prawn Salad @ RM9.50. Good thing they didn’t stinge on the prawn’s portion and there wasn’t any hint of them fried in reused oil. Usually that’s the first thing I would check for any deep fried dim sum I order. Other than that it was pretty normal tasting, nothing spectacular.

peanut-ball-coconut-cream

The tong sui was a total let down. Shown here is one of the 18 tong sui available, Peanut Rice Balls & Yam in Coconut Cream @ RM8. It didn’t taste sweet at all and the ingredients supposed to accompany the dessert were so pathetically little.
And how can a tong sui be called tong sui if it didn’t taste sweet at all? The word tong already meant sugar what lol. Fail.

lotus-seed-red-bean-soup

Same goes for the Red Bean Cream with Lotus Seeds & Lily Bulbs @ RM8. Not impressive at all despite having a rather fancy name. Luckily I was paying only half price for it.

dessert-menu

All I can say is, skip the tong sui altogether and go for the dim sum instead. Yeah I know the dim sum is not great, but still acceptable lah. One last complaint from me – it took them more than 15 minutes to give us the bill even though most of the customers have left the restaurant. Ironically that was the thing that frustrated us the most, not the quality of the food.

Spring Garden KLCC (Pork Free, not sure if Halal)
Lot 413, 4th Floor,
Suria KLCC, 50088 KL
Tel: 03-21669881

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13 Comments on “Spring Garden KLCC 50% Dim Sum & Dessert Promotion

  1. looks like you didn’t have a good experience down there, but I had though. As for the thong sui, seriously it doesn’t sounds like typical cantonese style, more of fusion to me.

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  2. Hmmm….Dim Sum at KLCC, new experience, but the price is a bit high (if compared to penang lo)…..

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  3. aiyoo.. almost lke “beh kam muan” give discount like that.. ;)

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  4. what is it about black sesame that is soooooo inviting! nice shots

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  5. Just wondering, the price listed here, is it after the 50% discount or before?

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    1. listed there are the normal prices. so do the calculation yourself :P

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  6. a good place for afternoon tea, i guess. with such a great promotion. how long is this promo lasts?

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    1. I am not too sure myself. I think it’s always ongoing. We spent less than RM30 including tax for 2 pax for this afternoon tea.. still quite OK lah if you ask me.

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  7. RM30 sound ok woh! KLCC somemore.

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  8. Oops, RM8 for a not-so-good tong shui is a pain. Would avoid their tong shui then. Is this place new? I don’t recall seeing this restaurant in KLCC.

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  9. I heard that the dimsum served are rather cold. It is true? RM30 is quite a good price.

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  10. Terence

    I had dinner at Spring last evening at table 3
    (check:116135).This is my first time to have dinner at your restaurant. you know what happened. i had ordered one SPC fried rice. After i ate almost finised i found a fire match inside my fried rice. i have made a complaint to the manager and she had changed one new plate of fried rice for me. but i really feel disppointed on your service,,……

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  11. Helloo bro!!!
    What a kind tasty…anyway..
    i would like to know..any of Dim Sum Halal..
    im searching for so long to find it…
    Any suggestion??

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