Shang Palace is a Chinese restaurant located in Shangri-La Hotel. The decoration of the restaurant is antique and full of Chinese style. Its way of ordering tea is also very unique. Put the label with the name of the tea into a small wooden cup, take out which label from the wooden cup you want to drink, and give it to the waiter. It’s quite old. The taste of the teahouse. The garlic golden and silver egg tops the soup with turnips, the turnips are verdant, and the soup is topped with dried small fish for freshness, and the wolfberry increases the sweetness of the soup, and the color and taste are excellent. The mixed mushroom tofu pot is made by adding shiitake mushrooms, white mushrooms, green peppers, peppers, carrots, jade vegetables, squid, shrimp and fish to the whole pot. The shiitake mushrooms are soft in the mouth, and the fragrance reaches the throat. The lotus seed red bean paste is ground into powder, and the mouth is dense and sandy, and the fragrance of the lotus seed comes out.
The Chinese restaurant inside Shangri-La is decorated in an antique style, with Chinese flavor, and the menu is very exquisite. The price is a bit more expensive than going to the restaurant outside, but it is acceptable. After all, it is a five-star hotel.
The Chinese restaurant in Shangri-La Hotel is basically called Shang Palace, except for Nanjing, which is called Jiangnan Zao.
This is on the first floor of the Shangri-La Hotel in Kota Kinabalu. We booked a seat directly by telephone. The reception desk and restaurant of the Shangri-La Hotel are very fluent in Chinese.
The restaurant customers speak Chinese as their mother tongue, and there is no problem with ordering and paying.
[Taste] The siu-mei platter is no different from the local Cantonese cuisine.
Deep-fried soft shell crabs will make you greasy after eating two more bites.
Other dishes are Cantonese flavors.
[Environment] Meet the five-star positioning, clean and bright. There is no oily smell. There are not many seats, so I do have to wait for a table late.
[Service] There is a service fee, which seems to be 15 points.
The restaurant at Tanjung Aru Shangri-La, the price is similar to that of Shang Palace in China. There are relatively few seafood varieties, only flower lobster, crab, fish and sand white.
The soft shell crab is deep-fried and fragrant. There is really no residue, but it doesn't taste like crab.
Shrimp balls and egg yolks are evenly coated, taste good, and a little greasy.
The chicken and duck with barbecued pork is very good.
The other ingredients are very fresh. The steamed fish is old and the taste is okay.
To charge 16% service charge and tax.
Well, all the self-operated Chinese restaurants in Shangri-La hotels are called Shang Palace, which is basically quality assurance. This one unexpectedly maintains a consistently high standard. The price is naturally expensive, but it is expensive.