The Prince Restaurant
Block C-8-G, Sunway Giza Mall, 47810 Kota Damansara, Selangor (6012-302 2079)
L1-03A & 1-05A, 1 Mon’t Kiara Mall, 50480 Kuala Lumpur (6012-302 2579)
1-10 & 1-11, Viva Mall, Jalan Loke Yew, 55200 Kuala Lumpur (6012-302 2397)
FB : The Prince Chinese Restaurant
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Thanks for the wonderful invitation, I recently went to check out The Prince Restaurant, which serves a wide selection of non-halal modern Chinese cuisine at reasonably price.
Established in July 2015, The Prince Restaurant has 3 outlets in Klang Valley strategically located in family-centric neighbourhood malls – 1 Mont Kiara, Sunway Giza and Viva Mall.
Cosy dining ambience with modern interior design that uses an array of oriental inspired elements to create the warmth experience.
Stay true to The Prince’s belief, which is ‘Serving Traditional Goodness from Our Hearts’, this Double Boiled Soup with Chicken & Herbs in Coconut (RM16.90) has a really nice rich intense flavor, also filled with nutrients that are comforting and good for health.
I seldom like eggplant, but this deep fried Crispy Eggplant (RM9.90) really caught my attention. Lightly tossed with salt and pepper for seasoning as well as fragrant chicken floss, it is a very highly addictive appetizer, I can finish the whole bowl myself!
Creative and unique interpretation of a simple Kailan (RM19.90) dish. The stems were steamed while chef deep fried the chopped leaves till crispy in every bite.
Nothing beats a plate of fragrant Fried Rice (RM15.90) that’s full of wok-hei. Cooked together with ingredients like Chinese sausage, mushroom, shrimp and egg, it is truly a must-order dish at The Prince that won my heart with its simplest of forms.
The Prince also good in capturing the harmonious blend of sweet, spicy and savoury essence of the Malaysian palate, like this best-seller dish Pork Belly in Sweet Sour Sauce (RM22.90).
Simple and healthy comforting food that is close to your hearts, chef braised this Homemade Beancurd (RM18.90) together with mushroom and vegetables in claypot.
The Prince also serves a selection of scrumptious homemade all-day dim sum, which include my favorite Custard & Salted Egg Yolk Bun (RM5.90), Shanghainese Steamed Dumpling (RM6.80), Stir Fried Radish Cake (RM6.80), Baked Bones Porridge (RM4.50) and so many more delectable dishes to choose from!
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