“Dim Sum” – in Chinese meaning “a pinch to the heart” is a variety of dumplings and buns that can be either steamed or fried, normally served along with chinese tea. As the name implies, Dim Sum is to be treated as a light snack rather than a full meal.
Delicious Char Siu Pao, anyone?
Plenty of Siu Mais, who doesn’t love Siu Mai??
I have yet found any recommendable Dim Sum in KL, if you have any suggestions please do write a comment after this post. Few days ago I spent 2 hours driving around Sri Petaling and Bukit Jalil trying to find the 24H Dim Sum restaurant Ji Xian mentioned a few years back. After asking 8 different people, which include 3 Malay apartment guards, an Indian newspaper seller, a Chinese restaurant owner and 3 friends through phone calls, we still couldn’t manage to find that damn place. Really ‘da pai’.
A Dim Sum restaurant in Kepong
In the end gave up finding and ended up eating Char Kueh Teow in Serdang. 1.30 am. Phhhft. -.-