Saturday, March 17, 2018

The Regent Chinese Cuisine @ Plaza Mont Kiara

Set lunches at Plaza Mont Kiara's elegant new Chinese restaurant currently comprise noodle soups with accompaniments like wontons, shrimp balls, pork balls and Fuzhou fish balls, completed with vegetables and tea. Pretty satisfying, with fresh, well-tuned flavours and textures, clocking in at RM23.80++ per person. 

We're still waiting for this restaurant (which originally opened ahead of Chinese New Year) to introduce an a la carte menu - its respected master chef has extensive experience in Hong Kong and the Klang Valley, but for now, The Regent only seems to accept advance orders for any dishes beyond these set meals. The service leader appeared disinterested in offering much information or warmth when we visited this week.

The Regent Chinese Cuisine
Block A, Plaza Mont Kiara, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. Tel: 03-6211-3331 or 03-6211-3336


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10 comments:

  1. Place sure looks regal.

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    1. Suituapui: the setting is definitely well done, ya :)

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  2. The setting of the place obviously tells us that they're meant to serve something more than just simple Hong Kong-style wantan noodles. More than a month in and they're still not ready to roll out their a la carte dishes will be disappointing to customers who walk in there expecting such! >_<

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    1. Contact.ewew: yeah, i think they're capable of doing a lot of dishes by pre-order, from steamed fish to suckling pig - maybe there are some teething issues, but hopefully their kitchen will be able to produce an a la carte menu soon, even if it's just a two-page soft-launch menu with a dozen dishes :)

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  3. Despite the lack of ala carte menu, the wonton mee looks promising, I expect it is crunchy and springy~

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    1. Choi Yen: yes, it's definitely decent, both the wontons and the noodles :D

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  5. where can i get the contact number for Regent ??

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