Today had plan to go Sheraton Hotel for lunch and then movie in the afternoon, and dinner buffet at Park Royal Kuala Lumpur. Let's share my experience here of Sheraton Hotel. I do not dining there always but sometimes. Just love the food there especially Dim Sum at Celestial Court. It is located at Level 3, a Chinese cuisine dining restaurant. There has Dim Sum for lunch session and Ala Carte menu for dinner. I just love all the menu items there. Most of the time my partner and I will go for Dim Sum for lunch. At least spend 2 hours there...hehe...well sometimes less than that. Okay, let's take alook at the photo for the food I had for lunch.
left-top: Steamed prawn dumplings "Har Kau" with bamboo piths (RM 13)
left bottom: Steamed mini abalone"Siew Mai" with crab meat (RM 13)
right-top: Scallop dumplings in "Eye of Phoenix" topped with salmon roe (RM 13)
right bottom: Bean Curd, prawn and spinach ball coated with bread cubes (RM 13)
left: Deep-fried cod fish and prawn, banana rolls served with wasabi-mayo (RM 15)
centre: Bean curd roll (RM 15)
right: Freshly made rice rools with prawns and water chestnut (RM 12)
Of course you can always order Chinese tea. Chinese tea categorized into 2 different price range.
One is RM 5 per cup, e.g. 'Wu Long' tea（乌龙）, 'Pur Er' tea（普尔）.
Second range is RM 10 per cup, e.g. 'Char Wong' tea(茶王), 'Tie Kun Yan' tea（铁观音）
After Dim Sum, We ordered dessert as usual. I always have 'Herbal Jelly'(龟炼膏) as dessert. The price is all around RM10 - RM15. You can actually order different dessert and share with each other. It's good idea to taste 2 desserts at 1 price. Hehe.
The services there are excellent. They greet with big smile. How lovely. Here's photos of Celestial Court:
Actually we plan to have lunch buffet at Essence(Level 1, at Sheraton Hotel also), but fully booked and the waiter didn't even want to tolerant with us. "Fully booked, sorry". I understand. We will come back next weekend then. Haha. There is always choice. So we go to Celestial Court, 2 floors up for Dim Sum. We spent 2 hours there til 2.15pm and then ciao for movie "The Prince of Persia: Sand of Times" at 3pm.
Here is the official movie trailer:
For dinner, we went to Bossa Nova, Park Royal Kuala Lumpur, located at opposite Sungai Wang Plaza. Bossa Nova is Brazilian restaurant that serves all kind of grilled meat except pork of course. Muslims are safe to dine there. He he. Brazilian buffet is different from what we used to have which we go take plate and find the food we want ourself. For Brazilian buffet, they prepared appetizer and dessert on the counter. For main course they will serve you while you sitting there comfortably chatting with your companion. All kind of meat like lamb, beef(sirloin, rump, tenderloin), sausage, chicken, fish and tiger prawns. You can have it all. So make sure you don't fill your stomach with only appetizer. He he. Oh ya, they do not serve guest with free drinking water. Drinks include water are not free to serve. Mineral water costs you RM 5 per bottle. Dinner Buffet RM 88++ per person. Let's take a look at my photo:
pic 1-8 : Bossa Nova, Park Royal K.L.
Here is the snapshot of Chef come and serve us the grilled meat.
Salad. Chef prepares it for me.
Mushroom soup is great & appetizers.
First time I had Oyster. Gosh, it taste 'not good' to me. I don't know how to appreciate I guess. He he.
Here comes the main course: Sausage, Chicken meat, Beef, Chicken ham, Beef Beacon etc. I didn't take Fish and Prawns picture tho but the butterfish was good. You have to taste it if you go.
If you are good eater and love grilled meat, try this Brazilian buffet style at Bossa Nova, Park Royal. If you have small event that guests less than or equal to 100, Bossa Nova is the perfect venue. There is a singing stage and a dance floor. It just great environment and good feeling there. You know what, I went there was like my partner book the whole restaurant for just both of us dining. Nice music, great services, perfect lighting, and it just make your body moves(dance). The waitress agreed tho. Ha ha. Love it.
Happy Wesak to all Malaysian.
Celestial Court: ****
Bossa Nova: ***