Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Nowadays, Setiawalk becomes one of the hot places in Klang Valley, especially following with the opening of Grand Shanghai in the mall. We visited Grand Shanghai, but it was for lunch with our friends this time after our earlier post.

We decided to have Chinese dim sum and noodles at the Grand Shanghai Tea House. Turn right at the main entrance once you reach 4th floor using the escalator, go straight and turn right again, the restaurant is at the left end. 

Exterior of Grand Shanghai Tea House. 

Unique menu in newspaper form. 

Beautiful interior of the 1940-s style restaurant.

Fried noodles with seafood. There's plenty of seafood and the portion is good enough for 2 pax if you plan to try out other food. RM 18.80.

Soup dumpling aka xiao long bao. 

Hot flowing custard bun aka liu sha bao.

It is filled with salted egg york custard in liquid form, the custard smelled and tasted good.

Fried rice cake would taste better if it is braised slightly longer. 

We also ordered some dim sum, price ranges from RM 6 to RM 8, same range as Tai Thong or Dynasty Dragon restaurant. We also ordered a fried rice with shredded duck meat, a must try! It smelled very good, not too oily for fried rice.

Grand Shanghai Tea House
4th floor, Setiawalk Mall.

Rae's Rating:
Food: ♥♥♥♥♥
Service: ♥♥♥♥♥
Cleanliness: ♥♥♥♥
Ambiance: ♥♥♥♥
Price: ♥♥♥♥♥ 


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