We reached there at 8.30am and after 9am onwards, more and more tables were taken up and the place was pretty full by 9.30am when we left. Parking was easy with all other shops at the area closed. Cheung Fun with char siew - Rice Rolls with BBQ Pork - very smooth and silky - Barry loved it. Wu Kok - Taro Dumplings
Avocado Puff Rolls - RM8 for a serving of 3 pieces
Look at the beautiful green shade of the avocado cream.. subtly sweet with such crispy, puffy skin made of delicate strands of pastry - surprisingly not oily despite being fried.
Xiao Long Bao - though skin a bit on the thicker side, the soup within the dumpling was tasty - I would think that it was made of real stock as drops of it gelatinised on my plate.
Beef tripe - I love "spare parts", so I like this a lot esp. dipped in their chilli sauce - I detected some cartillage amongst the tripe pieces.
Stuffed eggplant similar to those you get from yong tow foo - what we like about this is the generous amount of fish paste.
I have a preference of fried dim sum over steamed ones - so, generally I liked the wu kok and avocado puffs best (though can't take too much at a sitting because of the rich creamy taste) while Barry prefers steamed stuffs.
A little disappointing since dessert was not available - maybe we were too early or maybe they do not have it during weekends - my Cantonese is not that good so had a bit of communication difficulty.
Since the wu kok, avocado puffs, egg tarts and fried sesame balls (with pandan lotus paste filling) were lovely to look at and are ok to be eaten at room temperature, I ta pau-ed for mom and she loved them.
The bill came up to about RM90 for 12 items + jasmine tea for 2, towels and steamed peanuts (ironically, I prefer steamed peanuts over the fried ones).
No. 103-105, Jalan SS25/2
Tel No: 03 - 7808 2388