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2012-01-17 0 views
Been to New Shanghai twice for breakfast now, and both times, the place was so packed that I had to sit at the bar counter like tall chairs and the second at a small table. Nonetheless, this place is definitely worth a mention in my humble opinion.Starting of with the interior of the place,they invoke an old-school like style nostalgia feeling.Multiple hardworking chef were working like busy bees behind the cashiers counter, refilling the fried dimsum and making more as the minutes passed and cu
Nonetheless, this place is definitely worth a mention in my humble opinion. Starting of with the interior of the place,they invoke an old-school like style nostalgia feeling. Multiple hardworking chef were working like busy bees behind the cashiers counter, refilling the fried dimsum and making more as the minutes passed and customers continued to come in droves
. The lighting.
We took the breakfast set, which was RM10(before tax) including tea or coffee, a fried dimsum and a steamed dimsum. The jasmine green tea was out of stock , so my brother and I decided to try the chinese green tea and another variant of tea. both came in tea bags, but the taste was satisfactory. The fried dimsum. Took some fried mango piece and a yam piece with fillings. Pricing around RM3.80/piece if bought separately. Was pretty surprised by the quality. It was good, delicious even! Just wish serving size was a little bigger though. (Ah , the common grouse for KL priced food). Steamed dimsum, freshly made.Yummy. RM8.80 if ordered separately. Prawns were succulent and juicy. Worth the trip here I reckon. Display of rows of tea.
One thing that is worth a mention is that this place is pork free. I believe they are trying to apply for a halal certificate,and with their standards, they probably should have no problems.
Verdict: RM10 for a breakfast deal in the heart of KL can be considered reasonable, with good quality food and a nice ambiance.