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MARCO POLO RESTAURANT, Kuala Lumpur - Updated 2020 Restaurant Reviews, Menu & Prices - Tripadvisor
Was at MarcoPolo to celebrate my mil's birthday. We booked 3 tables and were given a big room with a small stage. Every set came with a free bottle of red wine. Food and service were superb, value for money. Is indeed a good...More
I have been to Marcopolorestaurant for Buffet/Dim Sum during the week end many times - friends/relatives - Food reasonable well - Service -8/10 - good enough - during the weekend - is pack with people...there's a reason/still some complaining bout the taste/services -...More
Expensive steam 筍殼魚 （English night be Bamboo Shell Fish) was over cooked! We only eat little bit but feels very hard like plastic cannot be swallow, direct complaint and return whole fish to manager - old women with short perm hair, she was dark face...More
This is one of the more popular dim sum restaurants around KL. We had heard about this for quite some time but never got around to trying it... were very glad we tried the dim sum.
To get tables it is helpful to arrive early....More
Went there coz it is next to our Hotel, the Holiday Inn City Center. Deco dated, staff friendly. Tim sum was the push cart version, not many trolley. One for steam, one for fried and one dessert. Some of the items we request need 15...More
Entering it's a bit gloomy and certainly more of an "old establishment" feel about it. It was not overcrowded so service was quick if somewhat " take it or leave it" with little or no smiles and welcome touches!
Dim sum, also "old style" with...More
This restaurant give me an impression of a old school type of restaurant but after this visit, I'm so awe and impressed that the building has gone through some renovation works....Upper floor was the MarcoPolo Chinese Restaurant that offer some really superb good food.
Short of staff during lunch hour, only two carts (steam and fried) to serve over 50 tables in the huge hall - thus have to wait very long for the food cart to come back to your table. Ordered basic signature dishes such as siew...More
You’re greeted by the dank and smell of cockroaches as you get seated in the dining hall, an experience familiar to large Chinese restaurants of yore. Get past it and the quality of dim sum is actually alright. Don’t mind returning.
Yes the private rooms and the huge main dining room are air conditioned . You might want to take a light cardigan or wear a thick long sleeved shirt as it can be quite cold.
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