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Telephone
03-2264 2592
03-2264 2696
Opening Hours
Today
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Mon - Fri
12:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Sat - Sun
11:00 - 14:30
18:30 - 22:30
Signature Dishes
Black Bean Duck Breast Black Pepper Beef Butter Prawn Seacoconut with Lemon
Review (15)
Deep Fried Roast Chicken with Prawn CrackerThis plate of Deep Fried Roast Chicken with Prawn Cracker seems pretty ordinary. The chicken seems to have been deep fried after decently roasted to give rise to the crispy layer on the skin. It is not too oily and the meat is still considerably juicy, even if you are enjoying the chicken breast part. But of course, it is better to dip with some Thai sauce that is of sweet and sour tone, which is quite appetizing. To pair it with prawn cracker is another fresh idea too. I personally enjoy prawn cracker a lot more than fish crackers. It is very crispy and at times, do feel like cotton-like softness, thus it is not surprising that I got hooked on to this snack more than the chicken fare continue reading
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Level4 2013-01-14
22 views
With the time for mooncakes upon us again, there's no better place to usher in a season of sweetness than Chynna. This year, they've introduced another signature design and brought back their best-sellers from the past three years.For 2009, the Red Lantern is their masterwork, blending Kirsch-laced white lotus, cheese and fresh raspberry. The flavours combine well but are rather subtle. Not as immediately impressive as the mooncakes from previous years. From 2008, the Blue Moon, my favourite Chynna mooncake of all time. The Amaretto-tinged lotus is a smooth, creamy treat by itself, but whoever thought of mixing it up with a sourish, crunchy blueberry cheese feuilletine in the centre deserves a place in heaven. The 2007 Golden Treasure reminds me of when I first fell in love with Chynna's mooncakes. Kahlua-infused tiramisu paste wrapped in edible gold snow skin, this is a visual knockout and an aromatic workout for the tastebuds. Finally, here's the 2006 mooncake, filled with chocolate, sunflower seed and Bailey's. At first bite, it tastes mediocre, but when you hit the nutty, crunchy centre, it suddenly feels like one of the best candy bars you've ever had. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-23
16 views
Chynna is located inside the hilton Kuala Lumpur.Chynna is a chinese style restaurant with a high class and cozy environment for private party or family dinner.We went there to have our family dinner during chinese new year.This is the chinese gong bao chicken or we called it dry chilli chicken in english.Very nice i would say.They fried the chicken before they fried it together with the sauce.So,it's still crispy.The chicken is so tender and juicy.It's not overcook and it'still tasty.The sauce is a little bit spicy because of the dry chilli.It taste like sour and sweet sauce.Overall, we really like this dish very much. continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-16
25 views
This is the restaurant chynna at Hilton KL. This chynna is famous with their cantonese cuisine food. This is the dessert after our dinner.The Glutinious Rice ball in wine is so perfect.The glutinious is soft but not chewy.It taste so good together with the rice wine. This is one of the most famous dessert in china. So lucky to have this here.The small cake is nice too. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-13
32 views
This is the Chynna at Hilton KL. Chynna is a chinese cuisine restaurant that served nice cantonese food.The braised cucumber is so soft and springy.It full of the taste of the braised sauce.It's really nice.The scallops is soft and tasty.The sauce is really sweet and tasty.It's goes really well with a bowl of white rice. continue reading
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