In Colonial is back!

After hibernating for almost 2 years during the Covid Pandemic (and survived) In Colonial now is back to pamper our customers with delicate Chinse Cuisines of the Malaysian Colonial Chinse Era.  Our first treat to our Muslim Customers is the 1st Halal Dim Sum in The Intermark Kuala Lumpur.  Our Chefs have selected a windful concoction of Dim Sum Items, that you can share with your family and friends.

These bite-sized portions of dumplings and rolls with various fillings like meat, shrimp, vegetables, root plant, rice and gravy or sauces were originally created as a snack, with the earliest records of Dim Sum appearing in the Book of Tang, written during the era of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms, during the years 907-979. As outlined in the book, dim sum dishes were supposed to be a filler before a proper meal, so that one will not feel too hungry.

 However, in Malaysia, it is pretty much enjoyed as a proper meal, especially for lunch or dinner, particularly after the introduction of halal dim sum and its commercialisation where dim sum outlets have mushroomed in shopping mall outlets and no longer confined to Chinese coffee shops and eateries. It is believed that dim sum originated in Guangzhou, and made its way along the Silk Road towards Hong Kong, via tea houses dotting the route, providing respite for weary travellers

Our Dim Sum starts at 10.00 am to 6.00pm daily, and naturally 100% Muslim friendly

In Colonial is open 7 days a week for Lunch and Dinner
We're open 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Monday - Sunday

So, do you have any plans for dinner in Kuala Lumpur? Are you having trouble looking for a good Chinese food in KL? If you’re looking for an exceptional Chinese restaurant in KL, we invite you over to sit back and enjoy this extraordinary dining experience in a serene, ultra- comfortable and idyllic atmosphere, In Colonial style!