China Treasures

There is a Chinese restaurant at the Sime Darby Convention Center at Bukit Kiara which is situated opposite to KLGCC. I remembered my last visit I went to its coffee house, Halia for high tea. The Chinese restaurant is called China Treasures. This restaurant serves all Halal food.

Overall, the restaurant is spacious and has few private rooms. You can see the kitchen through its glass windows at the side of the restaurant.

The dim sum that they offered are ranging from streamed dim sum, fried dim sim and desserts. If you don’t want to eat dim sum, you can order dishes, rice or noodles from the menu. The price is averagely ok, ranging from RM7-RM16 for dim sum selection.

Just a thing to mention is they serve food a bit slow even though there are not many customers.

Tit Bit
China Treasure
You can tell the waiter or waitress to take away this tit bit and minus the charges from your bill if you do not want to eat it.

The RM48.00++ set lunch consisted of a soup selection of  your choice, a dim sum platter, a rice or noodle of your choice from the Set Lunch menu. This time we tried the corn soup and the fried noodles.

Dim Sum Platter
China Treasure
Steamed dim sum of 3 different types.
China Treasure
And another three different fried dim sum.

Corn Soup
China Treasure
Starchy corn soup.

Fried Keow Teow
China Treasure

Fried Seafood Noodle
China Treasure

Both fried noodles portion are pretty small portion because this set lunch is meant for 1 single person.

Also, visit my other review about this restaurant,

Sime Darby Convention Centre, 1A, Jalan Bukit Kiara 1, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


GoGung by Koryo Won is a Korean restaurant located at Level 3, The Gardens. It is an accidental discovery for me but for my other colleagues, I think they used to be there. It has set lunches and ala-carte but do not have set dinners.

We looked through the set lunch menu for quite long before we decided what to order. Since I do not so like to eat beef, I opted for chicken and ordered the rice in the stone pot. Yes, correct, it is the Dol Sot Bibimbap. It comes with 4 side dishes in the small plates and Korean famous pancake, Pajeon.

The Dol Sot Bibimbap. Do mix it well before start eating it. Inside this hot pot, it included a lot of different vegetables, chicken meat, seaweeds and egg. You can choose between beef and chicken.

They also included a bowl of soup.

And the famous pancake of Korea, Pa Jeon.

The set lunch does not come with drink. It is still fine for me because I have so many things to eat, so I think it is fine to go without drink. The cheapest drink you can find there is the mineral water if you are not interested with other drinks available on the menu. I do not know if you order a glass of plain water, you need to pay or not.

Overall, I think the food and beverages are quite expensive here. The taste of the food is ok, nothing much special. Maybe, I seldom eat Korean food. However, my colleagues said the portion is too big, we all cannot finish it. The more you eat, the more you feel “jialak” (some uneasiness feeling).

Lot T-212, 3rd Floor, The Gardens, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.