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Marco Polo Restaurant - Takeout & Delivery - 14 Photos - Chinese - 86, Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Restaurant Reviews - Phone Number - Yelp
One of the best dim sum I've ever had in Asia and I've had quite a few from traveling in HK and Guangzhou. There were subtle hints of Malaysian cuisine in the foods that made it so delicious. Staff was attentive and worked quickly. I loved the noodle dishes and the congee was flavorful and satisfying. I also had the char sui and roasted pork, which were amazing - full of flavors and great texture. Would highly recommend this restaurant for anyone looking to eat quality Chinese food (with some fusion of Malaysian) in KL.
MarcoPolo is one of the oldest places in town that you can enjoy your dim sum. Located at the first floor of Wisma Lim Foo Yong, you can find this place has since been refurbished and turned out to be extremely nice and elegant. It is not only a famous place for dim sum; it is also a famous place for wedding dinners.
Not to worry about parking as the building itself has parking spaces, only slightly narrow, so be careful when you are driving.
The newly refurbished restaurant has extended the place giving it to look more grandiose and space. I definitely love having their shrimp dumpling - their famous dimsum and classic steamed glutinous rice with chicken - lor mai kai.... it is not extremely expensive to dine here and I would say it is certainly reasonable.
Their Peking duck is also famous so you should try it out! Sometimes they do have offers or promotion for dimsum during weekends. Time for you to try out if you have not :)
This wonderful Chinese restaurant has been here in KL a long time. This is a town that's pretty food-oriented, and you can't last very long with just average cuisine offerings as a restauranteur here. One of the local greetings in Bahasa translates loosely into "have you eaten yet today?" as a "good morning" substitute!
And... this restaurant does not disappoint. Wide selections of veg and omnivore dishes will keep you coming back for more. So will the service! Tonight we had 3 servers making sure our tea cups were filled and our family-style dishes were well-distributed as the table conversation continued.
Try the tofu, sautéed greens with black fungus and the delicious fried rice. It's tried and true. Plenty of private rooms if that's your preference.
Parking is limited out front and space for larger cars/SUVs requires some careful maneuvering.