Yum cha sessions, indulgent buffets, afternoon tea treats and romantic dining rendezvous. Since WEIL Hotel opened, the various Food & Beverage outlets on-premise have emerged as popular go-to outposts among Ipoh-ites to indulge in their culinary cravings.
The proverbial proof of the said pudding is definitely in all the eating...and drinking that went on during our recent staycation as we gamely devoured everything served by the Weil Hotel team.
Bountiful Buffets at Tiffin
Keep your eyes peeled for local favourites such as Ipoh white coffee, fruit rojak, and pomelo salad (another famed produce of the city) amongst the veritable spread of tempting specialities laid out.
Offerings at the buffet spread are cooked in small portions and replenished frequently. Hence the overall taste and variety are up to par, in keeping with the Hotel’s quality standards.
Tea-rific Dim Sum Treats from Yuk Sou Hin
Distinctive baked and fried options range from Deep-fried Chives & Prawn Dumplings (RM10), Signature Baked BBQ Honey Glazed Chicken Buns (RM12) and Fried Turnip Cake (RM7).
Much vaunted house specialities such as Signature Roast Duck (RM45 half duck) – scrumptiously tender with subtle smoky lychee wood aroma and palate-pleasing Fried Mian Xian (RM37) also got resounding thumbs up from us. Should you wish to wrap things up on a delicately sweet note, some chilled Avocado Puree (RM12 per bowl) won’t go remiss.
Dim Sum is served at Yuk Sou Hin Mon-Sat 1030am-230pm, Sun & public holidays 8am-230pm. The restaurant opens for dinner nightly from 6pm-10pm.
Tipples at Tea Lounge
Sunset Rendezvous at The Deck
Wet your whistle with a Virgin Mojito (RM20) as you peruse the contemporary Euro-slanted menu selection. Conceived to jazz up sultry nights for dating couples, foodies or anyone yearning for some sophisticated fare in Ipoh, popular meal openers here straddle the likes of Prawn Cocktail (RM25) and Cream of Asparagus (RM15).
For reservations and more information, call tel: +6 05 - 2082 228. WEIL HOTEL IPOH is located at 292, Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.