Dim Sum 53
Hong Kong Sheng Kee Dessert is a casual dining restaurant chain from Singapore. Besides desserts, Sheng Kee also offers a selection of delectable flavors of Hong Kong cuisine including snacks, dim sum and various rice and noodle dishes.
Shaw Parade looks like an abandoned mall from inside out, but you'd be surprised by the amount of diners at Hee Lai Ton (Pudu) restaurant. Almost everyone is here for their dim sum.
The Ming Room is probably the most sought after dim sum restaurant in KL currently. It was full house, packed to capacity on a Sunday noon and many customers (including us) were waiting for tables to free up. On Sundays and Public Holidays, they have a special menu which highlights a number of dishes that are not in the dim sum category.
I have been searching high and low for an excellent dim sum restaurant in KL that won't cost a bomb. I was extremely strict though: the restaurant must serve fresh to order dim sum, not crowded, priced around RM100 per pax, and better if it's eat-all-you-can. My recommendation based on the criteria mentioned earlier is Celestial Court of Sheraton Imperial hotel