Saturday, April 2, 2011

A traditional eatery that deserves a wide variety of piping hot dim sum. It is a no-frills place, none of those fancy decorations around. It occupies 3 consecutive shophouses and it can get real crowded on the weekends. Today we went in the late morning, trying to avoid all the morning crowd. When we arrived, what's left are the uncles/aunties that's sitted idly and comfortably, chit-chatting or reading the newspaper.

A pot of hot, refreshing chinese tea to start the day and to go with the dim sum.

油条(chinese doughnut) wrapped in 肠粉(cheung-fan). Very contrasting texture but in a good way.

Meat roll in sweet and sour sauce. An appetizing dim sum and one of those in my must-order list.

Fried carrot cake with aplenty of eggs. Too bad it was abit cold when it was served but we still managed to finish off 2 plates of it.

Another variation of carrot cake but I still prefer the previous style of preparation. This is just merely pan fried until the outer layer is crispy.

Not much of an achievement here but I could have ordered more, if not in anticipation of more food as the day goes on. Another meal waiting for me in 3 hours time.

Food: 7.5/10
Price: 7.5/10
Service: 8.0/10
Conclusion: If you fancy having your dim sum in a rustic no-frills environment, then this is the place to go. Traditional dim sum but yet tasty, without all the fanciful names and ingredients. Prices are very reasonable as well and they even round up the bill, giving us a discount of RM2. Little but nonetheless a very welcoming gesture. Highly recommended.

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Jalan Gajah Berang
Tel: 06-281 4212

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