Car had a whole table of free seats for dim sum buffet at Eest Restaurant on a weekend and she invited her bf (obviously), VampireTeeth & Pig (obviously) and I. Another onsite engineer joined us. But Pig wore shorts to work that day and he didn’t want to come to the hotel.
There were LOTS of mouth watering dim sum in the menu. The waiter was shocked to hear me order almost all of the food listed. He suggested, “Maybe you can order some later.” He looked at all of us, 1 by 1.
I looked at him, “Our friends are on the way. So we want to order 1st.” :p Actually I was in a rush. I had less than 1 hr to eat only!
Anyway, the dim sum needed time to prepare. By the time they arrived – which they could’ve reached earlier had they not gotten confused about the next door hotel JW Marriott & Westin Hotel – some of the food that we had ordered still hadn’t come.
I was working noon shift so I had to leave before the har gao (my fav) arrived. Ooooh, got mango pudding! (Didn’t get to eat that..)
I had a huge spoonful of pineapple fried rice only. The bean curd was delicious. The fish porridge was tasty too, the fish soft and sweet. However, Car’s sun-dried scallop congee (porridge) only had 1 scallop. Haha. But most of the food which we ordered were delicious! :9
The deco was quite comfortable, some with rectangle tables, the inside with traditional big round table which can fit about 6 people. We could see the chefs working too. The service was well, I hadn’t eaten at many hotels before but the staffs folded the napkins on our laps, 1 of them took Car’s jacket to drape onto the back of her chair. These were expected of such (how many?) * hotels. They refilled our green tea cups quite fast :)
EEST’s dim sum brunch
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
199 Jalan Bukit Bintang,
55100 Kuala Lumpur
from 11.30am until 2.30pm
every Saturday and Sunday
RM58++ for adults and RM29++ for children.