Looking around for cheap open space parking within the vicinity of the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (“KLCC”) proved futile thus leaving us with no alternative but to park inside Suria KLCC which can be rather expensive. Even the more expensive covered car park lots of KLCC were also full. The influx of visitors to this area could probably due to the Homedec Exhibition and that’s exactly where I wanted to go!
But before visiting the Exhibition and since both hubby and I were famished, we scouted around for cheap meals inside Suria KLCC but couldn’t find any! Eating inside the shopping mall of Suria KLCC is never cheap. Any KLlites would testify to that!
In the end, we went to
with the hope of eating dim sum which would be the cheapest deal we could get. Spring Garden
|Located on the 4th Floor|
Well, I don’t know whether RM79.10 is considered cheap to you but it sure is expensive to me. The price is inclusive of government and service taxes, Chinese tea, wet towels and tidbits. And the dishes we ordered were:-
|This is cucumber and black fungus in black vinegar sauce and sprinkle with garlic. It is extremely sour but serves as a good appetizer! Price - RM10.00|
|Steam beancurd roll. The filling consists of minced prawns, strips of carrot and sengkuang (turnips). Price - RM7.80|
|"char siew pau" - steam bbq chicken bun very nice - RM7.80|
|"lo mai kai" - steam chicken glutinous rice and it's delicious - RM7.80|
|Sweet potato and ginseng dessert. The creamy soup is actually blended sweet potato. Ginseng taste wasn't felt at all! Price - RM8.00|
|Tidbits comprising long beans, 'taupok' and cracker mixed with sweet sauce and sprinkle with sesame seeds - RM5.00|
This restaurant does not serve pork and is therefore open to Muslims as well.
|Petronas Twin Towers|
Coming out from KLCC, we chose to walk on the outside where the park is and this is my first time taking a picture of the Petronas Twin Tower and at such close range.