Grand Shanghai offer you an unique dining experience with their gourmets food that you can enjoy the varied yet authentic cuisine. You can expect good food and be enchanted by the old Shanghai musics here. They serve an extensive menu of Chinese cuisines, from light starters of dim sum to main course dishes that will surely whet your appetite.
Grand Shanghai Banquet @ Bandar Baru Seri Petaling
No. 45, Jalan Radin Tengah, Kuala Lumpur, Sri Petaling, 57000
Business hours - Mon-Fri : 10am-3pm, 5pm 10pm, Sat, Sun and PH : 9am-10pm
Tel: 03-8934 3852
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/grandshanghaibanquet
Peanut and Pork Porridge
Dim Sum: Siew Mai (Pork and Shrimp Dumpling), FREE (Normal Price: RM7.50)
Claypot Braised Pork Belly
Steamed Pastries with Grand Shanghai Style in Superior Soup (Xiao long bao), RM9.00A Shanghai signature dumpling, a steaming hot dumpling wrapped in a tender smooth skin filled with minced pork and gelatin-gelled that melt into soup
Grand Shanghai Special Baked Bun with BBQ Pork Filling, RM12.80
Crispy sugary bun with a savoury BBQ pork filling, definitely a dim sum you must order here!
Deep Fried Sesame Dumpling with Custard Style, RM6.50
Crispy and fluffy deep fried bun filled with not overly sweet egg yolk custard filling which was runny when you break open the bun.
Steamed Fish Ball Dumpling with Seasonal Vegetable, RM6.50
Bouncy and delicious fish ball.
Steamed Chicken Feet, RM6.50
Gelatinous soft texture coated with a tasty bean paste sauce.
Braised Pork Belly, RM28.00
The flavour and texture of the pork belly are what make the pork belly unique, you’ve got a nice layer of meat, a layer of fat, another layer of meat, and another layer of fat. When braised and served with a reduction of the braising sauce the pork belly is the sultry slow jam of the swine world...melt-in-your-mouth swiney succulence on the inside.
Man Tou (Steamed Bun)
Promotional Menu: Grand Shanghai Special Spicy Chicken, RM14.80
Tender and juicy steamed chicken topped with Grand Shanghai special spicy chilli oil which wasn't overly spicy but aromatic dish.
Stir fried Kailan with Chinese wine, RM15.80
A delicious and appetising vegetable dish. The Chinese wine and ginger juice sauce has completely nullify the slight bitter taste of Kailan.
Sweet, light, tasty and milky soup made from pork bones, chicken claws, deep fried fish bone and yam, no MSG. When serve, claypot fish head soup will bring to boil on your table, then freshly sliced grouper fish and bean curd added, when fish fillets are cooked you're ready to be serve.
Fresh Grouper Fish Fillet
Claypot Assam Prawn, RM38.00
Savouring the fresh, juicy and tender prawn cooked with hot and sour assam recipe, absolutely a dish I enjoy most with steamed rice.
Fried Rice with Salted Egg and Assorted Seafood, RM19.80
The aroma from the salted egg yolk coated on every rice grain will make salivate and need not to say much when eat with those fresh seafood...heavenly good.
Dessert: Aloe Vera, Grass Jelly, Sea Coconut and Yogurt Pearls Jelly (Large: RM30, Medium: RM25 and Single Portion: RM7) A must try, refreshing and healthy dessert.
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