Kuala Lumpur restaurant REVIEW:
Taang Shifu
Phone: 03-7727 2772
Taang Shifu, Lower Ground Floor-LG321 1 Utama Shopping Centre, 1 Persiaran Bandar Utama, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Nearest Train:

Kelana Jaya

Opening Hours:

daily 10am-10pm

Cuisine:

Chinese
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With a tagline that claims 'Healthiness Starts with Taang Shifu,' it's pretty easy to guess the kind of cuisine to expect at this Chinese restaurant. Originally a company specializing in traditional Chinese herbal and medicine they recently expanded into the restaurant business. The menu reflects thier roots offering refreshing tonic soups, nourishing dishes and desserts, using popular traditional Chinese medicinal ingredients such as ginseng, cordycep and wolfberries. That means dishes like the Taang Shifu mixed seafood good fortune basin, five spices seafood hotpot and the dried mee suah with dried scallop and abalone sauce. Its all served up in a space that blends contemporary style with little traditional details like the Chinese style wooden shutters.

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