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it is chinese restaurant that sell many foods. However, we went there to try the dim sum buffet. There are many types of dim sum here, like siew mai, fish balls, dumplings, lo mai gai(糯米鸡) and many more. However, it is halal restaurant, so no pork here. The siew mai here is made from chicken. Each person is about RM25 then you can eat for few hours. Senior citizen even have 50% discount. It quite worth. The dim sum here is well decorated and the taste is not bad.
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it is chinese restaurant that sell many foods. However, we went there to try the dim sum buffet. There are many types of dim sum here, like siew mai, fish balls, dumplings, lo mai gai(糯米鸡) and many more. However, it is halal restaurant, so no pork here. The siew mai here is made from chicken. Each person is about RM25 then you can eat for few hours. Senior citizen even have 50% discount. It quite worth. The dim sum here is well decorated and the taste is not bad.
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Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant Klang Executive Club is a very classy place, with a classic oriental setting. Besides the famous Peking duck, Toh Yuen serves many other Cantonese specialties. Recommended for family gatherings and special occasions. Red Bean Pan Cake (红豆窝饼)For dessert, I tried the authentic Woh Beang, which is so good that it becomes the highlight of the evening. The pan cake is quite delicate with a layer of red bean paste in between the crispy flour layers. Lightly sweetened, the l
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Toh Yuen Chinese Restaurant Klang Executive Club is a very classy place, with a classic oriental setting. Besides the famous Peking duck, Toh Yuen serves many other Cantonese specialties. Recommended for family gatherings and special occasions.
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Red Bean Pan Cake (红豆窝饼)

For dessert, I tried the authentic Woh Beang, which is so good that it becomes the highlight of the evening. The pan cake is quite delicate with a layer of red bean paste in between the crispy flour layers. Lightly sweetened, the layers give a strong aroma with sesame topping. Just a perfect end-note for the evening before we sip on some cooling herbal tea.
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