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Telephone
012-364 8592
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 15:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 15:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Fried Fish Ball Glutinous Rice Steamed "Siew Mai"
Review (10)
如果你问道地的蒲种人,哪里有好吃的点心,应该有超过一半的人会推荐蒲种公主城的富兴点心。这家点心店跟知名的连锁店锦选点心比较起来,人气可说是旗鼓相当啊~ 每逢周末或假期,一定会有满满的人潮在店外等待座位。这里没有专人替你安排座位,我们还是得用回最原始的方法,以锐利的目光锁住即将埋单离开的顾客,再以最快的动作移到他们的座位旁边驻守。以周末来说,我们大概等了15分钟就找到位子了。富兴点心占据了两个店位,一个是有冷气的,另一个则没有,但是空气还算流通,不会闷热。澳门葡挞 - 每个 RM2澳门葡挞 ★★★★☆先来试一试他们店里的招牌葡式蛋挞,蛋液带着浓浓的奶香味,很嫩很绵密。外皮像是酥皮层层叠叠的,但是又十分地香脆,咬下去会有“咔嚓”一声。我是觉得挞皮太脆了一点,我喜欢比较酥一点的。蜂窝炸芋角 - RM5蜂窝炸芋角 ★★★★★我个人很推荐这里的芋角,芋泥外皮足足有超过0.5cm的厚度,对于喜爱芋头的我来说,这样才可以尝到芋头的味道。而且内馅的味道不会太强而掩盖了芋头香,整体的比例刚好。肉松叉烧酥(3个) - RM6,蟹皇蒸烧卖 - RM5脆皮沙律虾 - RM6,腐皮鲜虾卷 - RM6肉松叉烧酥 ★★★☆☆很有饱足感的一款点心,上面放了很多肉松,整体味道普普通通。蟹皇蒸烧卖 ★★☆☆☆基本款的点心当中,我最爱的就是烧卖。奈何这里的烧卖肥肉很多,而且肉馅里没有放虾子,味道仅仅是及格而已。腐皮鲜虾卷 & 脆皮沙律虾 ★★★☆☆这些炸的点心类,大致上都不太会出错的,虾子新鲜,味道不错。古法糯米鸡 - RM4.50古法糯米鸡 ★★★★☆我觉得这里的糯米鸡还蛮合我胃口的,糯米蒸的很软,调味也很好,鸡肉给得超大块的,感觉上我小时候吃的糯米鸡就是长这样!豉椒蒸风爪 - RM5豉椒蒸风爪 ★★★☆☆很重口味的鸡脚,味道微辣,但是煮得不够软,炸过的外皮有点带硬。味道是不错的,就是口感差一点点。芋香蒸排骨 - RM6,奶黄金沙包(3个) - RM5.50,香炒萝卜糕 - RM6芋香蒸排骨 ★★☆☆☆第一次看放了芋头的蒸排骨,这好像是中国广东的做法哦~ 整体的味道有点清淡,豆瓣酱和豆豉的味道都不明显。奶黄金沙包 ★★★★☆这里的金沙包体型比较小,里面溜溜的咸蛋黄酱,正!香炒萝卜糕 ★★★☆☆卖相不错,吃起来味道跟其他地方的不太一样,多了虾米的咸香味,但是少了菜脯。值得一赞的是它不会太油。上海小笼包 - RM6上海小笼包 ★★★★☆难得点心店的小笼包做得还不错,夹起的时候外皮没有破,汤汁也很浓郁香甜,还不错。整体来说,富兴点心和锦选点心是各有千秋,各自都有他们较为出色的点心。像是富兴点心,我就觉得他们的芋角、糯米鸡、小笼包等等都很赞!By 阿七 continue reading
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Level3 2016-03-23
1950 views
Puchong has always been my go to place whenever I feel like having dim sum. Ever since I’ve discovered Foo Hing Dim Sum Restaurant in Puchong, I’ve never went to other dim sum restaurants because I think I’ve found the right dim sum place!!The restaurant was quite spacious and could occupy a lot of people. The place is usually packed with people during the weekends and you might even have to wait for 30 minutes to get a table. And people actually do wait just to eat their dim sum!!The price for most of the fried and steamed dim sums were quite reasonable and standardised. There’s a menu for you to refer to and the prices were all stated there. My dad, my cousin and I ordered quite a lot of dim sum just for the 3 of us! For the steamed dim sum, we had steamed golden paste with custard bun, shanghai xiao long bao, steamed dumplings in teochew style, steamed siew mai and prawn chee cheong fun. As for the fried dim sum, we had Portugese egg tart, deep fried prawns and deep fried crispy yam dumplings. The prices of the dishes we ordered range from RM 4.50 to RM 6.My favourites were the Portugese egg tart and crispy yam dumplings!! The egg tart was sinfully crispy and the tart just melts in my mouth. The crispy yam dumplings were really crispy and the flavours were spot on! In fact, all the dim sums there tasted all really good. Definitely a place I would come often! continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-18
1170 views
The whole place was full to brim with a lot of the Sunday crowd. It is customary that I try the Har Kau for every dim sum place I visit. The Har Kau skin is a bit too hard to swallow and not as silky as I liked. The prawn is big enough. The chicken leg is also quite tasty. The carrot cake is just normal and nothing great to shout about.The Loh Mai Kai is the best ever with soft rice, and a lot of ingredients like mushroom, taiwanese sausage and also chicken drumstick.The deep fried mango with prawns were crispy and so delicious. The chee cheong fan has a bit too much flour and not to my liking.The prawn porky siew mai is quite ok, and quite special. The best is that the Char Koay Kak which I tried to convince my father not to order, turned out to be the best ever tried in KL as the dish was fried very perfectly. The Serai Jelly with 3 longans were so fragrant. Although this place looks like a kopitiam, the food is quite expensive where the minimum price for dim sum was RM 4.50 per plate.  continue reading
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Level2 2013-08-28
889 views
There are several things I like about Foo Hing, a broad selection of food with most of them are average good, fast service, clean environment and not too crowded and stuffy setting. If you prefer an air-conditioned restaurant, this might not appear to be your choice when you see it, but believe me, the restaurant has good ventilation and air coolers that you won't feel hot at all. So why not give it a chance?Typically in a dim sum restaurant, you would order prawn dumpling, "Siew Mai" and Chee Cheung Fun aka steam rice noodles with either prawn or BBQ pork, but in Foo Hing, I would recommend you their dumpling with Bamboo pith, braised phoenix claws aka chicken feet, fried bacon roll, yam croquette and Portuguese tart.I personally don't like Malaysia's "Siew Mai" as it is made of pork. I prefer fish-based Dim Sum for its freshness, texture and taste. Prawn dumpling was good, the wrap is thin and prawn is fresh and crispy. The bamboo pith dumpling is also another must try item, it is served with a little bit of soup in a saucer. The crispy steamed bamboo pith absorbs the soup so it tastes really good. The braised Phoenix claws is tender and flavourful, always one of my favourites. The yam croquette is an item not to be missed as well. The crispy fried yam on the outside is fairly thin so you will find the proportion of yam and pork filling is equally nice when it is eaten. My mom likes it, too.Here is a picture of the braised Phoenix claws, prawn dumpling, steamed rice flat noodles and stemed fish paste that I have ordered during one of the many visits. http://relishbyrae.blogspot.com/2013/08/Foo-Hing-DimSum.html continue reading
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Their restaurant's egg tart WAS our favourite. BUT not anymore! Today, while we were ordering egg tart in front of the dim sum shelf with one of the waitress and an adult came after us cut our queue and ordered all the egg tarts. Immediately, the waitress takes no consideration of us and taken the order from the adult instead of ours (We were here first!!). After that, we complained to the waitress and her response to us is that she did not heard our order (we have not finish our order and yet it suppose to be a first come first serve concept.) and she did not apologise to us. We are very unhappy with their poor service, no paying any respect to us! We will never come back to this restaurant anymore! continue reading
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