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2013-01-25 19 views
As the title suggests, we made sure to be at Ming Court Hong Kong Tim Sum, a well-known dim sum restaurant in town other than Foh San Restaurant, at approximately 9.30am, to avoid being late for our next activity. As funny as it may sound, being such strong competitors of each other in Ipoh, both restaurants are merely less than a minute walk away, bringing slightly heavier traffic along the street during peak hours. Looking for a parking space is never an easy job around the area; I've warned y
Our breakfast was then ended with a bowl of Tau Fu Fah to waste a few more ringgits. Heh!
Just in case you would like to know, dim sum involves very huge amount of meat and perhaps oil, which explains why people, Chinese especially, tend to eat with a pot of Chinese Tea; it helps to reduce greasiness, more or less. RM38.10 was spent in total for our breakfast. It was still reasonable and within our price range, but it could be more worthy if such amount of money were to be spent at the dim sum restaurant located near my house. Our overall experience with Ming Court Hong Kong Tim Sum was good, and I would like to go with a 6.5/10.
And my stomach is now grumbling. :|
My blog: http://jcheerios.blogspot.com/2013/01/breakfast-at-ming-court-hong-kong-tim.html