Loved by many, dim sum continues to be a popular gateway to a wide range of Chinese flavours. Our previous entry of 5 pork-free dim sum restaurants proved to be such a hit that we just had to write a sequel. If you're looking for part 1, scroll down to find the link.

1 / 5

Zuan Yuan

One World Hotel's signature restaurant, this establishment recently moved to a new and bigger location but continues to offer a wide list of items on their daily dim sum menu. Their dedicated dim sum chef also periodically introduces new and exciting introductions to the menu. Check out more here.

2 / 5

Five Sen5es

Smack in the heart of Bukit Bintang, this restaurant on the first floor of The Westin Kuala Lumpur offers classic dim sum done right. Dine à la carte, buffet style or with a set menu, with dishes like foie gras siu mai made to offer a different take on the classics. Discover more here.

3 / 5

Shang Palace

Known for its delicious Chinese fare, Shang Palace offers a great option for diehard dim sum fans – an all-you-can-eat access to top-notch dumplings, tarts, radish cakes, small bites and everything you can think of. Find out more here.

4 / 5

Wan Chun Ting

A new contender to the scene, this restaurant at Sofitel Kuala Lumpur Damansara serves refined Chinese Imperial-styled eats. Expect a modern take on all your favourite dim sum dishes brought to luxe levels, which may surprise your tastebuds. Learn more here.

5 / 5

Le Mei

Folks in Putrajaya can rest easy knowing that they still have access to tasty Chinese dim sum at the Le Meridien hotel over there. Besides the ever-popular har gao (prawn dumplings) and barbequed chicken buns, the restaurant has an extensive list to satisfy your cravings. See the menu, and more info, for yourself over here.

If you're looking for Part 1 of this article, click here.