03-7876 2349
Opening Hours
05:00 - 02:00
Mon - Sat
05:00 - 02:00
04:00 - 03:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Har Kow Vegetarian Wraps Yu Mai Chicken Congee
Review (17)
Level3 2015-10-18
Prety or not? My camera really did a good job.Talking about the past raya weekend. Usually our family went to travel during raya. This time my parents came to KL because I was having internship there. We stayed in hotel nearby, Hotel 99. And the next morning, we have our breakfast here. A good place to have some dim sum in SS2 area. Overall, the food was delicious, I not sure about the price, because we were not given a receipt upon paying then. It was a Saturday morning. and what draw us here is the amount of crowd. The amount of people was too much, not only several tables were lining up on the roadside, some of the big group still have to wait, and it has first floor space for dining too. I actually quite like this food heater, It contain the flaky crispy egg tart! Egg tart available at Rm 1.80 for 1. Wu Kok (Deep fried Yam Puff) with flavour peas and minced pork inside. Rm 2 per pieces.Most of the food here, were priced at RM 3.80 for a mini metal plate. Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom~~~ Since there was too much people at the ground floor, we were placed at the first floor. I feel like eating at the ground floor is better, because you get to eat the fresh from overn food, like the first floor.The waiter will come with a huge palate of dim sum for you to choose. Which it might not be the entire range of food. =( Their pan fried raddish cake, sesame ball were all perfectly make. Though it's fresh from oven. Serving hot as well. Aubergine stuff with fish cake. I am a porridge person, their porridge were not bad too. With salted egg , century egg, minced pork and other. Their rice is boil to real smooth texture. Remind me the rich and mushy porridge from KTZ in SS2 as well. It's enjoying to have a chill Longan Tou Fu Fa while having hot dim sum as well. This dessert is pleasantly sweet, available at Rm 3.80 per bowl. Now, there is another choice of place for breakfast in PJ area. Definitely , I will not come here alone. Perhaps going with a brunch of friends? And this restaurant open until 2.30pm (3.30pm on Sat & Sun), so it's a good news even if you wake up late too. Came even make a lunch here.Restoran Loong SengNo. 50, Jalan SS2/66, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Tel: 03 7876 2349 Operation Hours: Monday – Friday 5.30am - 2.30pm Sat & Sun 5.00am - 3.30pm Contact Number : 03-7876 2349 continue reading
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Level4 2014-10-07
Today is Sunday and we wanted to look for a dim sum place near ss2 and my friend brought me here. The place was teeming with people eating dim sum breakfast. The dim sum skin is quite ok and soft enough, unlike the rest of the dim sum kopitiams I have tried even the ones in Sri Petaling. Amazingly, I like the Har Kau and also Seaweed dim sum. The Har Kau has prawns that are big enough. I liked the Taiwanese Sausage dim sum with a lot of chopped mushroom and carrots in the feeling. The presentation is pretty and creative. I ordered the Prawn Chee Cheong Fan but was a bit disappointed with it. The flour roll is ok but the problem lies in the prawns which were not sliced or cut into smaller pieces before wrapping it. Finally, on my way to the toilet, I spotted the chicken legs, which I have longed to eat ever since I set eyes on it earlier but did not take it as my friend did not eat this. So I ordered it to satisfy myself. Totally amazing chicken legs. The whole bill including tea cost only less than RM 30 and was well-worth the tastiness. It is even better than eating at fancy dim sum cafes nearby where the skin of the dim sum could not stick to the meat. One thing is make sure you are prepared to wait if you were to eat here as the waiters take a long time to bring the dim sum to you unless you walk to the dim sum steamers and do it self-service.  continue reading
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Level4 2013-12-17
Because dim sum is not popular during tea time, I recommend them not serving pass lunch hour while that ensures quality in their dimsum. When looking at the tray of steamed dumpling, everything looks unattractive. May I suggest better quality control ? Take a look at the range of dimsum...not too attractive huh? continue reading
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Level4 2013-07-20
Deep fried "bird nest". Loong Seng offers a lot of varieties of dim sum as well as the deep fried stuffs. One of the deep fried stuff is this "bird nest" as they called it. It was wrapped with thinly shreds and it was extremely crispy. I did not feel the oiliness at all when I ate this whole crispy stuff. It was slightly salty, but it was fine for me. Not a bad creation though. continue reading
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