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2015-06-28 199 views
I initially did not want to eat dim sum here. I had the preconception and prejudice that Jin Xuan has the most expensive and worst dim sum ever and told everyone this. I wondered why KL-ites to eat here and today's experience proved me wrong at Kuchai Lama. Firstly, it was the best gyoza ever despite it being cold. The insides has some crunchiness from the cabbage and combined with the chicken, it became awesome. Previously, I rarely eat pork or pork ribs for that matter but nowadays I eat pork
Firstly, it was the best gyoza ever despite it being cold. The insides has some crunchiness from the cabbage and combined with the chicken, it became awesome.
Previously, I rarely eat pork or pork ribs for that matter but nowadays I eat pork selectively to help me in my diet. The pork rib was so sweet with the sauce totally coating the pork ribs completely. I can imagine my best friend biting this and sucking every single part of it.
Dad love the Loh Mai Kai so much that I did not have a chance to taste it.
I particularly like bacon wrapped with anything hence the bacon roll with dim sum inside is not to be missed. The bacon dumpling is so soft and tender. There is also cabbage at the bottom of the plate.
I naturally like any dim sum with seaweed surrounding it, the same like what they did today for the dumplings with fake crabmeat inside.
The Foo Chuk with straw mushroom dumpling was not bad either.
Another killer would be the cheese mussel dumplings which was so sweet and juicy after they have cleaned up. Though I am not a cheese lover, this won me hands down.
The Scallop Har Kau is also quite delicious.
I also liked my favourite seaweed dumpling which was tender and soft.