24 responses

  1. mimid3vils
    May 2, 2009

    I 1st had my gai wo pao at Hong Kee :) Tried another too from Sri Petaling but not sure the restaurant name *bro’s GF tapao for us :P*

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  2. 550ml jar of faith
    May 2, 2009

    LOL! Liking yr OMG pending post list… lets us know what’s in store!! Hmm… the gai wo bao not looking the least bit attractive to me. And why is it pork inside a chicken nest?!

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  3. vialentino
    May 2, 2009

    wow…this certainly looks nice and special to me….i shud try it one day

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  4. buzzingbee
    May 2, 2009

    I had the gai wo bao before in one of the sri petaling dim sum shop. Something different but like you said, it’s over-rated.

    vk: Yeah I think the dim sum is OK, but gai wo bao.. definitely no-no for me from now onwards. A few tries is more than enough for me

  5. kampungboycitygal.com
    May 2, 2009

    haha i dun bother about my backlogs anymore..let it be :p

    vk: haha I hope I can don’t bother but some meals were quite expensive that I had to post them.. if not wasted :P

  6. New Kid On The Blog
    May 3, 2009

    :)…. I have a lot of backlog too. Join the club la!

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  7. gregory and susan
    May 3, 2009

    I just got susan drooling over your blog!!! Now I know she is getting homesick for penang and laska.

    Enjoyed all the pictures, good job!!!!

  8. Melissa
    May 3, 2009

    I’ve been staying in Seri Petaling all my life(so far that is haha!) and I dont really fancy those dim sum restaurants on that street cause it’s over-rated like what u said but I do not know why alot of my friends + people came all the way here just to try the dim sum and gai wo bao cause it’s only so-so. But i do like the dim sum at overseas restaurant, the siu mais and ha gaos and others as well are better in my opinion. =)

    Melissa’s last blog post..My Easter Study Break

    vk: hey thanks for the tip, will check out overseas in my next trip to Sri Petaling. I think that’s one of the two dim sum restaurants I have yet to check out

  9. Agnes
    May 3, 2009

    I like Gai Wo Bao so much~~

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    vk: good for you :)

  10. Angel
    May 3, 2009

    Since you mentioned it. I think i should give it a try. I have never try it before even though i travel to sri petaling to visit my friend quite often. My friend didn’t even mention it to me.

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  11. konghulang
    May 4, 2009

    Totally agree with you this time, stuffing Loh Mai Gai into a bun is the silliest thing I’ve ever heard of .
    BTW, any recommendation on where to find good Loh Mai Gai ? You know lah most of the time what we have is only Loh Mai “Pork” witha a small piece chicken breast meat……

    vk: I am not a big fan of Loh Mai Gai actually.. never really had any good ones too in these few years. The best ones I have had were those when I was little.. a seller at night making the rounds in the neighborhood, carrying the dim sum on the back of his motor

  12. sakaigirl
    May 4, 2009

    Oh, this is the first time i see stuffed loh mai kai in a bun! too bad u said the taste is so so oni..

  13. Chin
    May 4, 2009

    My goodness still got so many folders! Seri Petaling is a happy hunting ground for me.

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  14. jason
    May 8, 2009

    It was a rather interesting pao for me although I also found it so so only.

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  15. Tham
    June 1, 2009

    The pao was ok to me but it was kind of oily. Anyway, it was something new and interesting I never had before. Everyone should try it…..the price is reasonable but not the venue. The table was set on top of bare earth and some crusher run with uneven ground. Watch your steps around…!

  16. ALexLee277
    June 13, 2009

    has already try this….
    this is a recomended..
    so tasty…
    nom nom nom

  17. Omnimon
    July 19, 2010

    not tat good
    i agree with Melissa
    i been staying in seri pertaling for 4 years ,
    i not really like the dim sum around there,
    and make sure to ask for the price nicely
    some of the staff there will trying to give overprice so they can get some tips illegaly.

  18. David
    July 26, 2010


    how to reach to this place if i come from Petaling Street. is it the lrt can reach there? if not how much will cost go there by taxi? sorry i from Sabah.

    • vkeong
      July 26, 2010

      you can take the Star LRT to Sri Petaling stop. Then take a taxi from the LRT station, it should cost about RM5-6 at most

  19. Karen Tne
    October 24, 2010

    The gai wo pao is nice . I saw your blog , need to ask u , where is the Sang Har Mee @ imbi ?
    Please reply to my email. Thank you.

  20. LunchKaki
    November 20, 2010

    What other restaurants selling gai wo bao? I tried once in this restaurant and i think it’s nice. But can easily get fulled if too greedy to finish the whole bao alone. =)

  21. Anonymous
    May 7, 2011

    address gai wo bao @ clan where??????

    • vkeong
      May 7, 2011

      the gai wo bao sucks, don’t bother.

  22. jojo
    September 22, 2011

    didn’t try d gai wo bao, but d kam sa bao there tastes not bad though :> althought d size is kinda small n cost RM2 for jz 1 small bao (which can finish in 2 or 3 bites), yet nice aromatic n runny kam sa… mmm mmmm….

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