[65% Off] Dim Sum Meal with 7 Dishes at Luk Yu Tea House, Starhill Gallery for RM25 instead of RM70.65. Pork-free
- Chinese dim sum meal with 7 dishes.
- Traditional Chinese tea house with marble tables and cosy ambience.
- Watch chefs at work in the open kitchen.
- Board games available in courtyard.
- Wi-Fi available.
- Redemption period: Nov 12, 2011 – Jan 31, 2012.
- Bookings must be made between Nov 8, 2011 – Jan 28, 2012.
- Min. 3 days prior booking required. Bookings subject to availability.
- Valid 3pm – 9pm daily according to 2-hour time slots (including public holidays).
- May buy and use many (Min. 2 Groupons required per table).
- Dine-in only.
- Portions shown in pictures are servings for 2 people.
- Service charges and Government tax included.
- Pork-free restaurant.
- Enquiries: 03-7949 0888.
the history of dim sum is not a lot to digest, just like its actual contents.
Today’s Groupon fills you up bit by bit: for RM25, you get a Chinese dim sum meal for one person, inclusive of 16% service charges and
Government tax, at Luk Yu Tea House in Starhill Gallery (RM70.65 total value).
Dinner consists of:
Ogle at masterful culinary artists at work as they prepare gourmet dishes ready to whet and satisfy burgeoning appetites. Diners yelp in silent excitement as dishes arrive at the table one after the other, gobbling up delectable bites of oriental goodness. With a variety of steamed, fried and chilled foods to consume, both food revellers and hardened cynics delight in the gratifying meal. Air-conditioned comfort allows tumultuous tummies to cool down while rays of Wi-Fi keep unoccupied smart gadgets and anti-social rugrats happy, as cigarette wielders head off to segregated sections.Reservation slots
- 3pm - 5pm
- 5pm - 7pm
- 7pm - 9pm
Luk Yu Tea House does not serve pork.
Portions shown in pictures are servings for 2 people (2 Groupons).
How it works
1. Purchase this Groupon.
2. Fill in this booking form.
3. You should receive a confirmation email within 48 hours.
Luk Yu Tea House was featured in Time Out Kuala Lumpur.
The quaintly decorated restaurant with marble tables and ornate shelves set a mood of a traditional Chinese tea house. I simply love the charming open kitchen concept where diners can watch the chefs at work. You could wait for your food while watching the staff preparing dim sum using the bamboo steamers, chop vegetables and the chef doing his magic. – Feb 11, 2009
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A must for us when we eat dim sum - deep fried yam puffs. With the same filling as the char xiu baos, this was good as the deep fried yam was light and crunchy. – Jun 30, 2008