Dim Sum

Dim Sum

Featuring Foo Hing Dim Sum (Puchong), Lai Po Heen 麗寶軒, Lai Ching Yuen Chinese Restaurant
Mary Rjs
Mary Rjs

Sitting at the top of Mandarin Oriental as well as KL's list of prettiest spots for dim sum, Lai Po Heen is a true gem. The gorgeous view, first-class service and charming details, such as the glints of edible gold flakes on the Steamed Prawn Dumplings (RM23), all come together to make this the ultimate venue for your next dim sum date! Spoon into comfort with a bowl of silky Congee With Chicken And Mushrooms (RM13) while you also savour succulent prawns that top the Steamed Siew Mai (RM33). Since it's a date, you might want to pass on the LPH D24 Pancakes (RM43) that stashes fragrant durian within. But if you happen to be a durian-loving duo, you have come to the right place — indulge! Halal.
Avg Price: RM70
Photo by Burppler Trisha Toh

Hidden within Bukit Bintang's Grand Millenium Hotel is Lai Ching Yuen, where dim sum is an endless affair. Invite a close friend — preferably one with an appetite! — for the restaurant's all-you-can-eat dim sum brunch for RM78. There are over 50 types of dim sum to choose from, so start by spoiling yourselves with the lavish Steamed Siew Mai with Fish Roe and the fragrant Steamed Spare Ribs with Yam and Garlic. Don't underestimate the simple Steamed Fish Balls, as these handmade morsels are both bouncy and tasty. Before you get tuckered out from binging on unlimited dim sum, lean on the soft folds of the Steamed Bun with Chinese Sausage for a faultless finale! Pro tip: Ration your orders as charges will be incurred for wastage. All-You-Can-Eat promotion only available till end of November. Halal and meat-free options available.
Avg Price: RM80
Photo by Burppler Trisha Toh

Amidst the throng of dim sum joints dotting Puchong, it is Foo Hing that wins the favour of most. Come weekend mornings, the large hall setting fits the bill for all dim sum devotees, be it with families or friends. Take your pick from a menu of made-to-order morsels, which includes delicious classics like juicy Siew Mai (RM5) and Fried Fish Balls (RM4.50) laced with chillies. It is, however, the sharing plates that shine here. Order the Fried Radish Cake (RM6) that sees large, moreish radish cubes fried with beansprouts and chives to wok hei perfection. The Steamed Golden Paste With Custard Buns (RM5.50 for three) also nails it with firm golden buns coddling a sweet-salty oozesome centre. For a finale, get the Portuguese Egg Tart (RM2.30). Tastemaker Ben Gee describes the dessert to be a "buttery and flaky pastry shell with a creme brulee-like custard filling." These tarts are sure to leave you wanting seconds, so snag a few more to bring home with you!
Avg price per person: RM20
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Calie Tang

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