Dimsum @ Restoran Jin Xuan Hong Kong

damansara dimsum

 

Chinese cuisine is amazing when it comes to delicate effort. Like other cuisine, each cuisine often have their distinguishable element. For the Chinese, one couldn’t agree less with the wide use of pork as the main ingredient. Even breakfast, pork is probably an essential ingredient for Chinese dim sum. My love for dim sum might have arisen from the diverse choices of dim sum varieties.

 

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2.dimsm kota damansara (17)

 

Not to mention the many types of flavour and texture available. From the steaming dumplings, to fried cake and oven pastries, every bite can be different. At every dim sum restaurant, I like a taste of their porridge. So far, none has sufficed as the best. Having said that, the Rice roll (Chee cheong fun) did turned out to be rather tasty. Their steaming Char Siew Pau has got a great texture but the choices of meat used for their char siew filling don’t quite worked too well for me. It is not just the char siew filling that is overloaded with fats, the minced pork in most of their dumplings are also compulsively loaded with lots of fat meat. Good thing the there are many other choices of dim sum with fish paste.

 

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My favourite Sticky Rice (Loh Mai Kai), isn’t the greatest. It was palatable, and great that they are fully cooked.

 

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The shrimp dumpling has skin too thick it is hardly see through anymore. Since the shrimp is fresh, I supposed we can savour the freshness of the dumpling. If not, just order the fried dim sums. They are slightly better than the steamed dumplings. Mainly because most of it are of different ingredient.

 

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Take note the fried stuff are a little oily. The rolled bean curd is really though in texture, not to mention it was really oily.

 

7.dimsm kota damansara (20)
8.dimsm kota damansara (19)

 

The prices are not entirely awesome but not too expensive and it ranges from about RM 3- RM 5, depending on what’s being ordered. The other good thing about this place is that air conditional dining is available so we can slowly enjoy the meal even under hot weather.

 

Restoran Jin Xuan Hong Kong is located at :

59, 61 & 63, Jalan SS22 / 19, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya
Selangor, 47300
03-7729-6866

 

OTHER OUTLET

DAMANSARA UTAMA
63G&65G, Jalan SS21/60
Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 47400
03-7729 8881

KUCHAI LAMA
A 32, 34, 36, Jalan 1/116B,
Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park,58200, Kuala Lumpur.
Phone : 03- 79825110

PUCHONG BRANCH
No 7 & 8, Jalan Kenari 8,
Bandar Puchong Jaya, Puchong, Selangor 47100
03-8075 0866

 

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11 Responses to “Dimsum @ Restoran Jin Xuan Hong Kong”
  1. missyblurkit says:

    Love the porridge and the custard bun. I don’t normally order fried stuff though. The regular branch that we go to is in Kuchai Lama…the fried food is relatively acceptable in terms of oiliness…but its still not our choice. prefer the steamed items.

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  2. Ciana says:

    A friend treated us to their dishes once, but I had a little problem with the amount of oil used. And the salt, oh my, I felt like my hair was turning white. >.<"

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  3. Love the dim sum here! Though I think the price is slightly on the high side : )

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  4. The Yum List says:

    What a selection! I love the number of options.

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  5. Poh Huai Bin says:

    My most favoritest place for dim sum!😀

    I usually go to the Puchong branch, sometimes DU but I’ve never been to the other one.

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  6. Chong says:

    The closest branch in my area is the one at Kuchai Lama. The restaurant is usually packed on weekends. I love their siew mai, har kow and chee cheong fun.

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  7. Cheryl Chan says:

    I had that too! about 2 weeks ago.
    The fried lobak kuih was horrible, we couldn’t finish it. Porridge was ok, Siew Mai was ok. Ordered sweet and sour pork rib twice but still nowhere to be seen, so we paid the bill and ciao. Not a returning customer.

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