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62% Off 8-Dish Dim Sum Meal at Luk Yu Tea House, Starhill Gallery for RM25

[62% Off] 8-Dish Dim Sum Meal at Luk Yu Tea House, Starhill Gallery for RM25

  • Feast onbeancurd roll, fried prawn, fried rice,chicken samosa, and more.
  • City-centric restaurant located at Starhill Gallery in Bukit Bintang.
  • Wi-Fi available.

[Grab it now with RM25.00 @ Groupon]

A balanced diet consists of fruits and vegetables attempting to outweigh each other on a double pan balance. Opt for a steady feast with today-s Groupon: for RM25, you get an eight-dish dim sum meal (RM56.90 value), inclusive of service charges and Government tax (RM9.10 value), at Luk Yu Tea Housein Starhill Gallery, Bukit Bintang (RM66 total value).

Each person gets

Main course
Wok fried prawns with salted egg yolk (RM19.50 value)
Village style fried rice with prawns and cai pu (RM13 value)
2-pc steamed chicken and prawn dumplingsiew mai(RM4.90 value)
2-pc steamed bean curd roll and chicken with oyster sauce (RM4.90 value)
1-pc deep fried chicken samosa coated with sesame seeds (RM 2.40 value)
Deep-fried yam puff with chicken and mushroom (RM2.40 value)

Appetiser of the day (RM3 value)

Dessert of the day (RM6.80 value)

16% service charges and Government tax (RM9.10 value)

Luk Yu Tea House

The avant-garde design of Starhill Gallery naturally attracts aspiring architects and French speakers seeking Asian cuisine to restaurants located on the lowest ground of the mall. Warm ambient lighting showcases the carefully selected pieces of traditional furnishing while shrouding chopstick wielding skills in an orange fog of mystery. Located within the Golden Triangle of the city, the grey pavements of Bukit Bintang can be reached by jumping onto a GO KL city bus, the Monorail Line of the LRT system, or with one-s imagination.


Luk Yu Tea House does not serve pork, but offers alcohol on its menu.

Business registration number:
288352-K

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Reviews

I love dim sum and this is one of the few places that serves great dim sum that is pork-free. – Jan 31, 2013
Kamarol

Mixture of a tea house, dim sum place and normal Chinese. We had all three all very reasonable. Service excellent all the food very nice in what appears like an authentic setting despite being in a mall. Highly recommended. – Nov 20, 2012
barcaranger

The tea menu is expansive, and good value if ordered by the pot. We tried a couple of the dimsum, which were fresh and tasty. – Oct 11, 2012
Shamrockkitten