Saturday, March 18, 2017

Maju Palace

Muslim friends who wants to have authentic Halal Chinese food - Maju Palace is the right place to be. We picked this restaurant to have our CNY lunch with colleagues.

Halal does not mean it's not good - They can always work on every other dish. We ordered the Ala Carte as we didn't think the sets were worth ordering.

Vegetable (RM43)

The best time to earn money for Chinese restaurants is during CNY period - hardly ever any promotions. 

Beancurd (RM58)

This is one of my favourite tofu... which is normally served with abalone!

Fried Rice (RM40)

Prawn (RM130)

Chicken (RM45)

Fish (RM158)

Noodle (RM28)

During CNY period, they do not serve Dimsum. We would usually visit for Dimsum on normal days, they serve good Halal selections which utilises more seafood and chicken as replacement. However, some pork dishes that are meant to have pork, are not good with the replacements (eg. Siumai). Just select the rest of the usual items that are not meant to be pork, eg. prawn dumplings, prawn chee cheong fun, chives dumpling, liu sha bao - they are all equally good like any other Dimsum restaurants. Click here for Dimsum pictures.

Likes: Quite good dimsum for Halal standards. Some non-pork dishes in general are authentic. Nice staffs.
Dislikes: Manager is really rude (the one with the huge hair like bird's nest), luckily her staffs are nice. I always avoid asking her to get the orders as she is really rude, and I notice she is only nice to men and slam plates when its a bunch of ladies. It's too obvious that everytime I visit, I will not want her to serve us at all.

Maju Palace Cantonese Cuisine  
1001, Jalan Sultan Ismail,
Chow Kit
50350 Kuala Lumpur
Opening hours
Mon-Sat 11am - 3pm; 6pm - 11pm
Sun & Public Hol 10am - 3pm; 6pm - 11pm
Maju Palace's Page

Maju Palace Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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