Hungry now? Then, don't read this.

Before I go on about the delicious Dim Sum I had for breakfast with my family, I'd like to say something about yesterday night. Well, I was pretty down yesterday night. I was being rather over-sensitive over something, but the point is I was emo-ing, like big time. Thanked God for friends who were there. And the best thing was this issue affected me so badly till I couldn't sleep and woke up at 6 am in the morning. Sighs. But I think I got over it already. I have to move on despite what had happened.


I recalled telling Mom Dad before that I was craving for Dim Sum since I haven't had them for a long time. And all of a sudden, this morning, Mom said that we're going for Dim Sum but it's not at our regular place. Hmm, I was rather sceptical at first. I mean, I do have a pretty high standard in food and not many can match it. So, anyway Dad drove us to this restaurant which was recommended by Aunt Christina.

Pretty informative picture, don't you think? You know where to find the restaurant already.

Fried varieties and pastries.

Dim Sum that has yet to be steamed.
This restaurant took a pretty practical approach to ensure that the Dim Sum would be steaming hot when it arrives at the table. It's simple really. Common Dim Sum restaurant would bring the Dim Sum in huge hot trays from one table to another. But not this one, they brought cold, uncooked Dim Sum to the table and takes down the order and then only steamed the ordered Dim Sums. I like that, I mean they can prevent wastage too.

Uncooked unidentified Dim Sum. Haha.

Siew Mai. Tastes pretty good. They don't skimp on the meat.

Har Kau. Didn't really like it. I thought the dough was tad thicker than usual.

I'm not sure what this is called but it's good.

This is so-so only. I've tasted better fish ball than this.
Siew Long Pau. It's famous Shanghai's meat dumpling with soup. But their version falls short.

As you can see the dough is a bit too thick and dry.

Pork Ribs with black beans. Not bad.

Hong Kong style steamed Chee Cheong Fun with shrimps. Again, they skimped on the shrimps.
Egg Tarts. If you like thicker and flaky tarts, this one would suit you.

Fried Yam with fillings. This is so god damn good. One of the best ones I have tasted.

It feels like eating cheese. The fillings practically melts in your mouth. Oh my.

This looks pretty normal right? But guess what? It's even better than the Fried Yam.

It's Fried Shrimps! Surprisingly, they didn't skimp on this one which makes it tastes so good.

Grren Chilies. This is one of the Yong Tau Foo you can choose from.

Ladies Finger Yong Tau Foo. If you want the best, I'd suggest you go get them from Bandar Baru Ampang.

In conclusion, most of the Dim Sum here in terms of taste are average with a few really good ones. However if you're talking about the serving size, then I think it's pretty value for money. The Dim Sum starts at a price of RM 3.50 per plate. If you're around the place and you don't know what to eat, you can always try the place out.

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