STAYCATION at PULLMAN KUALA LUMPUR CITY CENTRE

The Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre is located in one of the most strategic spots in the city. It’s right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s shopping, dining and business hub … the popular spots are within easy and convenient connection as there’s a sky-bridge linking the hotel to the surrounding go-to areas. Pullman KLCC comprises two distinctive towers housing 450 rooms and suites as well as 157 residences.

We had a chance to check-out the hotel in a recent staycation. To beat the busy traffic, it’s easy to take the MRT and get off at the Pavilion-Bukit Bintang station and from, it’s just a short walk through Pavilion Shopping Mall to the sky-bridge connected to the Pullman KLCC! Stepping into the welcoming reception, we were whisked up to Level 4 for a personalized check-in at the Executive Club Lounge. Checking-in was a breeze by the super-efficient friendly reception personnel and we were given the keycards to our Premium Grand Deluxe Room.

Swiping our access card, we were immediately taken with the lavish corner Premium Grand Deluxe Room that was our abode for the following two nights. The spacious upper-floor 581 sq ft room came with panorama windows giving us bright natural light and a gorgeous sweeping view of the glittering city skyline. With a deco theme of calming shades of grey and violet, we loved the futuristic fittings and ambience of the room.

View from our room!

Besides the usual amenities in the room, we were delighted with these…
2 TVs! 49-inch and 55-inch LED TVs with a wide variety of channels
High speed wifi
Minibar with Nespresso coffee machine
Sexy curved wide work desk

Such a pretty & delicious Welcome Treat!

Guests staying on the Executive Club Floors have access to the hotel’s exclusive Executive Club Lounge where daily breakfast, afternoon tea, all-day refreshments as well as premium wine and cocktails are served. Besides these, 3 pieces of complimentary laundry is provided daily, 1 hour free use of meeting room facilities and late check-out at 4pm (subject to availability) are offered. There’s also 24/7 room service available to ensure no guest ever goes hungry, at any time.

Executive Club Lounge
Once we have unpacked and settled in to our very comfortable room, we went to check out the Executive Club Lounge. We loved the upscale spacious lounge with its stylish contemporary edge, softened with lovely local traditional art pieces. Service and hospitality was faultless. We found ourselves spending quite a lot of time enjoying this exclusive space during our stay – for breakfast, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.

We enjoyed the exclusive breakfast here which was a combination of buffet and a la carte orders. We had hot cooked-to-order items like noodles, roti jala and piping hot English breakfast platter! In the evenings, we chilled out with handmade signature canapes, speciality coffee & tea, premium wines, craft beers and cocktails.

Wellness Floor
On the wellness floor of the hotel is one of our favourite spas. Vibes Spa is a welcome sanctuary to experience an array of therapeutic remedies carefully selected to suit a high-paced lifestyle. We had the 90-minute Vibes Signature Massage and it’s one of the best sessions we’ve ever had. The therapists were so spot-on with their firm rhythmic strokes that peeled away our muscle fatigue in the most relaxing manner.

On the same level, the Fit Lounge’s cardio and weight machines face the tropical garden – just the perfect landscape for an invigorating workout.

The outdoor pool is open from sunrise until after sunset… use it as you please, whether to wake up or to wind down after a busy day. In fact, the Terrace Poolside Bar & Grill will have you lounging by the pool endless hours with cold beers, house cocktails, fresh juices and if you are hungry, there’s a tasty selection of Western and Asian snacks, sandwiches, salads, main courses and desserts.

The 3 main F&B outlets in Pullman KLCC are Sedap Restaurant, Red Chinese Cuisine, Blu Bar & Cigars and Enju Japanese Restaurant. Enju will be covered in a separate review – look out for it soon!

Deep and comfortable seats in Blu Bar & Cigars lounge! Sink into these deep plush armchairs and enjoy drinks from an extensive wine list and premium whiskies

SEDAP Restaurant
This is the hotel’s all-day dining and home to buffets at breakfast and dinner. The breakfast spread is fabulous and always a busy time for the restaurant. Besides the usual western and local dishes, there are also some live cooking stations set up.

Sedap Restaurant is very popular with guests!

Egg Station and Noodles Station are pretty regular, as in most hotels but what stands out at Pullman KLCC are their Kaya Toast and Roti Canai stalls. The kaya toasts are made from thick fluffy “roti Bengali” toasted-on-the-spot on a charcoal stove! Besides having these smothered with butter and kata, we also ordered some thick toasts which we dunked into the delicious curries from the Indian counter! The chef at the Roti Canai may seem a bit dour but he made some really good roti!

He makes good rotis!

RED Chinese Cuisine
RED Chinese Cuisine is one of the most stunning restaurants in town. As its name suggests, the red theme runs through the restaurant and it’s presented in a modern, stylish and innovative concept. Do read my earlier posts on RED Chinese Cuisine here and here.

The restaurant specialises in modern Chinese cuisine featuring live seafood, dim sum, traditional favourites curated by a team of talented and dynamic team. During this staycation, we indulged on some of the RED’s signature dim sum and special dishes. Dim Sum Brunch is available every weekend as well as on à la carte orders for daily lunch and dinner.

Pullman KLCC is a great choice if you are looking to stay in Kuala Lumpur city centre, close to every shopping, dining and commercial convenience. Whether it’s for business or leisure, the hotel’s service and hospitality are warm and welcoming. And if you choose to spend more time in their elegantly-appointed rooms and enjoy the facilities, there are good dining options in the in-house restaurants.

 

PULLMAN KUALA LUMPUR CITY CENTRE
Jalan Conlay
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603-2170-8888
Website

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GLASS TARTINES & TIPPLES, St Mary Place, Kuala Lumpur

The artistic and adventurous streaks in Sharon Lam are manifested in the repertoire of dishes served at Glass Tartines & Tipples located at St Mary Place, in the centre of Kuala Lumpur. A professional fine art photographer turned restauranteur, the enterprising Sharon, together with her culinary team constantly create and re-invent dishes that are unique in tastes, textures and presentation in Glass KL. Sauces, dressings, soup bases, syrups, rubs, meatballs and alcohol infusions are all made in-house using premium fresh ingredients.

From the name itself where tartines take a place of focus, it can be safely said that Glass KL is a loosely-inspired French restaurant. The menu, besides featuring the French open sandwiches, offers a bit of everything for diners. From soups, pastas to grilled meats and seafood, there’s something for everyone. Having lived in Australia for a number of years, Sharon appreciates the quality of fresh local produce and employs this approach in Glass KL.

We were at Glass KL on a Friday evening and the place was rocking. That’s because on Fridays after 6pm, there’s Sunset Sips (read: craft beers), Live Music and BBQ happening in the restaurant. We noted that diners prefer the al fresco space for chilling out and we could understand why – there’s fresh air, there’s BBQ and there’s good live music going on!

Red Sangria

We were famished and Toasted Turkish Bread with a trio of dips of Babaganoush, Hummus and Olive Tapenade were very welcome. The thick slices of bread were perfectly toasted and went so well with the dips.

Next came the Fresh Watermelon Salad with Feta Cubes drizzled with aged balsamic vinegar. We never thought watermelon could go so well with cheese and vinegar, but there it was … a refreshing salad with such simple flavours blending together in the most delicious way!

Since it’s BBQ Night, we obviously had to have that and what better way to savour the most of it than to have a Mixed Platter. Looking at the enticing plate of goodies, we couldn’t decide which piece to dig in first! The Beef Rendang Satay took top spot for us for the amazing flavours, followed by the tender Sliced Herbed Beef and succulent Squid stuffed with Cous Cous. The Orange-glazed Chicken Wings were well-marinated and nicely charred with smokiness at the sides. The prawns were fresh and bouncy – wished there was more on the plate! The chicken satay were a tad dry but the house-made peanut sauce was a good cover.

The grilled items can be ordered as single portions – take your pick – prices as below:

 

We tried 2 tartines and our favourite turned out to be the Fresh Pear & Gorgonzola Tartine. Just like the watermelon salad, we found that cheese really went well with fresh fruits, especially when drizzled with a truffle honey emulsion!

Fresh Pear & Gorgonzola Tartine (RM25) with watercress, walnuts drizzled with truffle honey emulsion

The Chicken Char Siew Tartine was hearty and made more appetizing with the inclusion of pickled carrots and daikon in the ensemble.

Chicken Char Siew Tartine (RM28) sliced cucumber, pickled carrots and daikon with house-made chilli sauce

Other interesting tartines on the menu which we’d love to try in the next visit are Roasted Beetroot, Rosemary Roast Beef, Baked Beef Ribs tartines.

To round off our satisfying meal, we had the luscious Panna Cotta with Mango Puree & Pomegranate Jewels.

Panna Cotta with Mango Puree & Pomegranate Jewels

Glass KL is a nice spot in the city to just chill out on wholesomely good food and endless tipples. They serve value-for-money lunch sets on working days as well and brunch is available on weekends.

 

GLASS TARTINES & TIPPLES
A-0-6 Ground Floor
St Mary Place
No 1 Jalan Tengah
Off Jalan Sultan Ismail
50250 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: 03-2022-1477

Business hours: Mon-Fri 7.30am-11pm;
Sat 3pm-11pm; Sun 8.30am-5pm
FB: https://www.facebook.com/GlassKualaLumpur/
Instagram @glasskl

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VIVA ITALIA BRUNCH @ PREGO, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

The year-end festive season is fast approaching and before you get hooked on the celebratory buffets all across town, do check out the Viva Italia Sunday Brunch at Prego, The Westin Kuala Lumpur. It’s one of the most popular Sunday brunches in KL and it’s always a treat to indulge on the sumptuous offering there. With Italian Chef Marco De Cecco helming the kitchen of Prego, I knew I was in for some really wholesome and comforting Italian fares.

Head on to the fresh oysters and chilled seafood counter first – perfect starters to get the Sunday mood going. Then proceed to the long counter facing the open kitchen and you’ll find it hard to resist the wide selections of warm appetizers like Spinach Frittata, Polenta with caramelized onions, Caprese with Buffalo Mozzarella, Tomato and Basil Essence, Grandma’s Meatballs, Black Angus beef carpaccio, Arancini with smoked cheese & truffles and Sicilian Caponata with bread croutons.

Cheese lovers will love the array of Gorgonzola, Taleggio, Parmigiano Reggiano, Pecorino and Goat Cheeses on the board.

From antipasti to desserts, diners get to try hot/cold dishes on the counters and every now and then, the serving crew goes round the tables offering freshly cooked pasta, pizza and other mains.

Outside at the terrace, there’s a barbecue and carvery station all ready to serve meats and seafood like grilled fish, tender roast chicken and succulent steaks & lamb shoulder accompanied by roasted vegetables and potatoes. We really loved the grilled giant prawns – sweet, bouncy and bursting with roe.

What’s Italian food without the sweets, right? So, do save some tummy space for the delectable selections of Tiramisu, Panna Cotta, Croquembouche, Strawberry mouse, Black forest, Pavlova, fruit tarts, lots of Cheesecakes and Creme brulee!

Served every Sunday from 11.30am to 2.30pm, the Viva Italia Sunday Brunch is a great way to spend a lazy indulgent Sunday.


Price
* Viva Italia Sunday Brunch Buffet – RM188 nett per pax
* Add on RM160 for unlimited Prosecco, Wine & Beer
* Or add on RM260 for unlimited Champagne, Prosecco, Wine, Beer & all other drinks
* Up to 30% discount available (RM132 nett) for Marriott Bonvoy members and selected credit cards. For more details on this, do call Westin Dining.

Reservations: Westin Dining @ 03-2773-8495
Time: 11.30am to 2.30pm

 

PREGO
Lobby Level, The Westin Kuala Lumpur
Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03-2731 8333

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ITALIAN AFTERNOON TEA @ PREGO, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

There’s always something delicious going on at Prego, the Italian restaurant of The Westin Kuala Lumpur. This is partly due to the fact that its large open kitchen is right there at the centre and everything the chefs do can be observed by the diners. Another reason is because Chef Marco De Cecco is so passionate about his cooking and the passion rubs off onto the crew. Chef Marco is always bustling around the kitchen with efforts geared towards bringing back Italy to Bukit Bintang curating new dishes representing his origins, most of which stem from his personal childhood memories and travels across Italy.

We have tried some of Chef Marco’s new dishes not too long ago – details of those are highlighted here.

Prego now serves an Afternoon Tea from Monday to Saturday starting at 2.00pm. It’s perfect for that tête á tête that you’ve been wanting to do with your best friend or just for a little respite after a hectic shopping spree in Bukit Bintang. Priced at RM98nett for 2 pax, it’s a delightful ensemble of sweet and savoury goodies. Sandwiches, pastries and cakes are arranged prettily on a circular vertical tray, to be nibbled and savoured with pots of your preferred tea. I think this is the best way to spend any afternoon!

Freshly baked breads are always available at Prego – best eaten with just a dip of Extra Virgin Olive Oil mixed with some Vinaigrette!

This is what we had on our beautiful tray… exquisite delicate bites, Italian-style…

Bruschetta Fantasia comprising:

Crispy Country Bread Bruschetta with Burrata Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes & Fresh Basil (vegetarian)


Filoncino Bread with Smoked Salmon, Lemon & Herbs Cream Cheese & Caper Berries

Rosemary Focaccia Sandwich with tomatoes, rocket, Taleggio cheese & turkey salami

Warm Italian Puff Pastry with Ricotta cheese & Saute Spinach (vegetarian)

Traditional Italian Panettone Sponge with candied fruits and chocolate drops

Vanilla Panna Cotta with strawberries coulis

Tiramisu – traditional Italian Mascarpone mousse & Espresso Coffee

Custard Cream Tarts with fresh fruits

Italian Sponge Cake with Pistachio Cream

There are a few more items for the Italian Afternoon Tea Set:
Italian Calzone stuffed with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, turkey ham and artichokes
Crostoli Veneziani – Deep-fried Dough dusted with Cinnamon Sugar
Mini Cannoli from Sicily stuffed with Ricotta & Candied Fruits

Do call and book your Afternoon Tea as every set is prepared only upon order.

Sundays are meant for sleeping-in, chilling-out and generally just indulge. Prego understands that perfectly –that’s why there’s a Sunday Brunch there just for this purpose.

 

PREGO
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
199 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours:
Lunch 11.30am-2.30pm
Afternoon Tea: 2.00pm-6.00pm (only on Monday-Saturday)
Dinner: 6.00pm-10.00pm

For Reservation/More Info, please contact:
Westin Dining +603-2773-8495
WhatsApp +6017-281-9231
Website: www.thewestinkualalumpur.com

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ITALIAN AFTERNOON TEA @ PREGO, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

There’s always something delicious going on at Prego, the Italian restaurant of The Westin Kuala Lumpur. This is partly due to the fact that its large open kitchen is right there at the centre and everything the chefs do can be observed by the diners. Another reason is because Chef Marco De Cecco is so passionate about his cooking and the passion rubs off onto the crew. Chef Marco is always bustling around the kitchen with efforts geared towards bringing back Italy to Bukit Bintang curating new dishes representing his origins, most of which stem from his personal childhood memories and travels across Italy.

We have tried some of Chef Marco’s new dishes not too long ago – details of those are highlighted here.

Prego now serves an Afternoon Tea from Monday to Saturday starting at 2.00pm. It’s perfect for that tête á tête that you’ve been wanting to do with your best friend or just for a little respite after a hectic shopping spree in Bukit Bintang. Priced at RM98nett for 2 pax, it’s a delightful ensemble of sweet and savoury goodies. Sandwiches, pastries and cakes are arranged prettily on a circular vertical tray, to be nibbled and savoured with pots of your preferred tea. I think this is the best way to spend any afternoon!

Freshly baked breads are always available at Prego – best eaten with just a dip of Extra Virgin Olive Oil mixed with some Vinaigrette!

This is what we had on our beautiful tray… exquisite delicate bites, Italian-style…

Bruschetta Fantasia comprising:

Crispy Country Bread Bruschetta with Burrata Cheese, Cherry Tomatoes & Fresh Basil (vegetarian)


Filoncino Bread with Smoked Salmon, Lemon & Herbs Cream Cheese & Caper Berries

Rosemary Focaccia Sandwich with tomatoes, rocket, Taleggio cheese & turkey salami

Warm Italian Puff Pastry with Ricotta cheese & Saute Spinach (vegetarian)

Traditional Italian Panettone Sponge with candied fruits and chocolate drops

Vanilla Panna Cotta with strawberries coulis

Tiramisu – traditional Italian Mascarpone mousse & Espresso Coffee

Custard Cream Tarts with fresh fruits

Italian Sponge Cake with Pistachio Cream

There are a few more items for the Italian Afternoon Tea Set:
Italian Calzone stuffed with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, turkey ham and artichokes
Crostoli Veneziani – Deep-fried Dough dusted with Cinnamon Sugar
Mini Cannoli from Sicily stuffed with Ricotta & Candied Fruits

Do call and book your Afternoon Tea as every set is prepared only upon order.

Sundays are meant for sleeping-in, chilling-out and generally just indulge. Prego understands that perfectly –that’s why there’s a Sunday Brunch there just for this purpose.

 

PREGO
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
199 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur

Operating Hours:
Lunch 11.30am-2.30pm
Afternoon Tea: 2.00pm-6.00pm (only on Monday-Saturday)
Dinner: 6.00pm-10.00pm

For Reservation/More Info, please contact:
Westin Dining +603-2773-8495
WhatsApp +6017-281-9231
Website: www.thewestinkualalumpur.com

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Refreshed Menu at PREGO by Chef Marco De Cecco, The Westin Kuala Lumpur

Quite a lot has changed since the last time I stepped into Prego, the Italian restaurant at The Westin Kuala Lumpur. There’s a great sense of warm Italian welcome in the cavernous layout of Prego, reverberating from the delicious activities happening in the open kitchen right in the centre of the restaurant.

Chefs can be seen bustling around simmering pots and sizzling pans – a merry sight indeed for anyone hankering for a good Italian meal. Every now and then, insane aromas waft out from the woodfire oven when freshly-made pizzas are ready to be served.

Simple polished wooden furniture, rustic floor tiles and colourful hanging lamps amidst the earthern-theme deco immediately are the perfect backdrop for a pleasant meal crafted by Chef Marco De Cecco and his culinary team. This Chef de Cuisine of Prego hails from Italy and his love affair with food started in the kitchen of his grandparents’ restaurant, Trattoria De Cecco. Graduated a civil engineer, it’s incredible that his passion in the culinary field remains strong in the 12 years he spent in Italian kitchens. He then continued his culinary journey to Libya and his last posting before The Westin Kuala Lumpur was as Head Chef in Capri Singapore.

Chef Marco De Cecco

With Chef Marco now helming the kitchen of Prego, diners can look forward to an enhanced menu featuring many of the chef’s signature dishes. We had a chance to sample some of Chef Marco’s creations recently and could see his culinary skills at work, starting from the very fresh and simple Insalata Rucola.

Insalata Rucola (RM38) Rocket Salad with cherry tomatoes, balsamic reduction and shredded parmigiano reggiano

Saute Asparagus with Garlic

Whenever I see black mussels on a menu, chances are high that I’d order it. Chef Marco’s version comes in a mildly spicy light tomato sauce. Slices of italian bread are served together to mop up the sauce!

Impepata di Cozze – Black Mussels with Spicy Tomato Sauce (RM52)

Pasta and pizzas are mainstays in any Italian restaurant and in Prego, they are all made in-house. Freshly made pizzas are quickly cooked in woodfire ovens and served with gorgeous cheese toppings. We love the handmade tagliatelle in Prego. The smooth flat pasta is such a great comfort food and our tummies heaved with delicious satisfaction slurping down every single strand!

Pasta Divina – house-made tagliatelle with clams, mussels, scallop, prawn, squid in light tomato sauce with lemon zest (RM72)

Prego Pizza with barbeque glazed lobster, mozzarella, red onion jam and olives (RM88)

Chef Marco’s spicy lamb sausages are really good, as we found out. Served with polenta and caramelised onions, it’s pretty substantial serving.

Grilled Spicy Lamb Sausage with polenta, caramelised onions and cherry tomatoes (RM78)

The above dishes are all available in Prego’s a la carte menu and some of them are served in their Viva Italia Sunday Brunch from 11.30am till 2.30pm. This promises to be a very satisfying Italian eat-all-you-can dining experience. The sumptuous selections will have you indulging in a good selection of antipastos, salads, seafood including freshly-shucked oysters, cheeses, premium meats, handmade pastas, pizzas and memorable desserts.

Tiramisu

For dining reservations, please contact Westin Dining at +603-2773-8495, WhatsApp +6017-281-9231 or log on www.thewestinkualalumpur.com

 

PREGO
The Westin Kuala Lumpur
199 Jalan Bukit Bintang
55100 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +603-2731-8333

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YUK SOU HIN @ Weil Hotel, Ipoh

One of the most popular meals one can have in Ipoh is Dim Sum. It’s so well-loved that not only it is eaten at breakfast and lunch, some restaurants do serve it at night as well. Growing up in Ipoh, a dim sum supper was something of a big treat for me, because we were poor and could not afford this very often. Ipoh folks eat dim sum at the crack of dawn – it’s not unusual to see the popular dim sum restaurants being full and crowded by 7am!  As a kid, I was always excited, despite being bleary-eyed, when I had to get up very early to get to the dim sum shop in town.

So, dim sum culture is a thriving “yum cha” thing in Ipoh. I recently discovered Yuk Sou Hin in the Weil Hotel Ipoh and what a nice find this is! Helmed by a Hong Kong chef, Chef Allan Tse, the pork-free dim sum served here does not disappoint. There’s no boisterous crowd here within the elegant walls and service is efficient and pleasant.

Chic and comfortable interior

We picked our items from the a la carte dim sum menu and every dish is cooked fresh and served piping hot. Despite not using pork, the Hongkong-style dim sum turned out beautifully in taste and presentation. There’s no compromise on flavours and textures.

Crabmeat Dumplings (RM12/3pieces)

Codfish Dumplings (RM12/3 pieces)

Chicken Xiao Loong Bau (RM10/4 pieces)

We started off with baskets of steamed dim sum: Crabmeat Dumplings, Chicken Xiao Loong Bau and Codfish Dumplings. Instead of the traditionally steamed Siew Mai, Chef Allan’s version was baked and topped with BBQ sauce. It’s certainly something different but the skewered dumplings turned out to be uniquely delicious! We love the Baked Snowskin Buns with BBQ Chicken too – warm, crusty and crumbly skin with tasty chicken chunks inside.

Baked Siu Mai (RM11/4 skewers)

Baked Snowskin Buns with BBQ Chicken (RM12/3 pieces)

Deep-fried Chives & Prawns Dumplings did not look very appealing initially but they were so good and once we bit into them, there was no stopping! We like the Stir-fried Radish Cake, tossed with eggs and crunchy beansprouts and big whiffs of “wok hei”!

Deep-fried Chives & Prawns Dumplings (RM10/3 pieces)

Stir-fried Radish Cake (RM10)

Prices of Dim Sum we had that morning ranged from RM7-RM12 per portion.

Besides Dim Sum, we just had to try Yuk Sou Hin’s ever-popular house special, their Signature Roast Duck specially smoked over fragrant lychee wood. We totally understand why this duck is so sought-after… crispy skin and tasty tender meat bound with a delicate smoky aroma, we couldn’t get enough of it.

Signature Roast Duck (RM45 half duck)

Still feeling puckish, we heeded the restaurant manager’s recommendation of their signature noodles, Fried Mian Xian. The silky noodles tossed with chicken slivers, eggs and fat crunchy Ipoh beansprouts left a comforting nudge in our stomachs. Ahh…but for a satisfying round-up to our brunch, Yuk Sou Hin’s famed Avocado Puree and Glutinous Sesame Balls did the job well.

Fried Mian Xian (RM37)

Glutinous Sesame Balls (RM12)

Avocado Puree (RM12/bowl)

Yuk Sou Hin’s cosy and stylish ambience makes it the perfect spot for a leisurely yum-cha session, away from the madding crowds that quite often describes other popular dim sum places in Ipoh. Service is attentive and pleasant and the best thing is that the food is cooked upon order and served piping hot from the kitchen. For more privacy, there are 8 private rooms in the restaurant.

 

YUK SOU HIN
Weil Hotel Ipoh
292 Jalan Sultan Idris Shah
30000 Ipoh

Website: http://www.weilhotel.com

Open daily – breakfast & lunch:
Monday-Saturday 10.30am-2.30pm
Sunday & Public Holiday 8.00am-2.30pm

Dinner: 6.00pm – 10.30pm

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