Pullman Bangsar ‘s Dimsum

  Pullman Hotel excels in a variety of dim sum dishes. Dining at the Oriental Chinese Cusine is a lovely way to get acquainted with Chinese cuisine. A must-try is the Dried Scallop Siu mai (RM 16) with caviar on top, which is executed to perfection with the popping from the egg roe and tender … Continue reading

Made to Order All-You-Can-Eat Dim Sum Buffet @ Renaissance Kuala Lumpur

  Dynasty Restaurant at the Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel is currently serving piping hot baskets of their made-to-order all-you-can-eat Dim Sum (non-halal) at RM88nett per person. Making all the dim sum from scratch daily, Chef Chong Foo Tuck who has over 30 years of culinary experience uses only high quality and fresh ingredients to ensure … Continue reading

Dim Sum & Co @ Solaris Dutamas (outside Publika)

  With so much food around us, conventional dimsum has got to step up to the game if they are competing to be outstanding but whether it’s dimsum dare devil or classically play-it-safe, Dim Sum & Co. at Solaris Dutamas (outside Publika) has it all. Pair your steamed or fried parcel assortments of delicious bites … Continue reading

Grand Shanghai Banquet @ Seri Petaling

  Grand Shanghai Banquet at Seri Petaling here is a perennial favourite with yum cha fans. Especially when it is decorated to resemble classic canto mansion, with huge ancient Chinese wooden door to greet and welcome diners.     Featuring some of the more interesting dim sum on offer, like la mian, congee and things … Continue reading

Tim Ho Wan (Malaysia) @ Mid Valley Boulevard

  After the soft opening of Tim Ho Wan last month, Tim Ho Wan celebrates their grand opening on the 18th December 2014. Standing distinctively at the boulevard in MidValley Megamall, classic dim sum is all you’ll find and while it may play safe (no ducks tongue here), the freshness of every item from their … Continue reading

Dimsum for CNY @ Eastin Hotel PJ

  This Chinese New Year, how about some dimsum while getting together with family members and relatives. Starting now, Ee Chinese Cuisine at the Eastin Hotel Petaling Jaya serves tantalizing and delicate pieces of dimsum to offer more joy to Year of Horse.   Up first was a definite mind blowing Prawn dumpling in superior … Continue reading

Din Tai Fung @ The Gardens

    Famous for their Xiao Long Bao, the Din Tai Fung has already established their reputation. Selling at RM 12.30 per basket for 8 pcs, these dumplings are good as starters. Especially when eaten with the black vinegar and gingers.     It was very tasty because the rate of this dish out from … Continue reading

Eat and Drink China : Famous Shanghai street food

  They said the Chinese eats everything. I couldn’t agree less with that statement and I do find their food interesting. The street foods in China are pretty fascinating as well if you ask me. There is an array of varieties but the popular ones would be their steam bun. It seems to be available … Continue reading

Dragon i @ Sunway Pyramid

  Chinese restaurants in malls are doing a great job providing both ala carte and family dishes meal menu to cater to shoppers. The Dragon-i is absolutely one of the few popular ones with a light variety of dim sums, noodles, rice and dishes of different poultries, seafood, and vegetables. Every now and then, they … Continue reading

Eat and Drink China : Foodeverywhere with authentic Shanghai Dumpling

  Shanghai has always been famous for their pau (steamed Chinese buns) when it comes to food ever since from when I could remember. The epic thing that I recall was the song by Stephen chow in the movie God of gamblers 3–Back to Shanghai. For those not familiar with the song, here is it. … Continue reading

Dimsum @ Restoran Jin Xuan Hong Kong

  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 … Continue reading

Restaurant Ful Lai @ Kepong

  Along with the recent dim sum frenzy, there will be unlimited posts with all the dim sum restaurants and I think if this goes on anymore longer, by the end of the year I would probably be too sick of it already. I am still reminiscing the Loh Mai Kai from the previous post … Continue reading