Double down on desserts and fragrant, crispy chicken

Deep-Fried Shatin Chicken at Xin Cuisine.

CONCORDE Hotel Kuala Lumpur is highlighting the best of its dessert at Xroads Xpress.

One such is Melon Mango Cheese Cake, a delightful treat with its mix of jelly, tropical fruits and cream cheese.

Its top layer consists of a light lemon jelly with chewy fruit balls, featuring scrumptious honeydew melon, mango and dragonfruit.

It is paired with a chilled mango-flavoured cream cheese bottom layer.

This delight is priced at RM15nett per slice and RM115nett for a 1kg cake.

Melon Mango Cheese Cake at Xroads Xpress.Melon Mango Cheese Cake at Xroads Xpress.

Also available is Double Cheese Berliner – a classic German doughnut made with sweet yeast dough.

The dough is rolled into balls and then deep-fried until crisp.

It comes with a generous cheese frosting filling, topped with a thin layer of white chocolate and grated cheddar cheese.

These treats are available until tomorrow at Xroads Xpress, from 10am to 5.30pm.

For details, call 03-2144 2200 ext 2336 or email

At Xin Cuisine, guests can elevate their dining experience with fragrant and crispy Deep-Fried Shatin Chicken.

The dish is known for its paper-thin crisp skin, juicy meat and aromatic seasoning such as cloves and five spice.

To derive its signature crispy skin, the chicken is air-fried before being poached with scalding hot oil right before serving.

The dish is available for lunch and dinner at RM15nett per portion until tomorrow. For details, call 03-2144 8750.

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