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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
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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.
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Starting of with the interior of the place,they invoke an old-school like style nostalgia feeling.
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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

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The lighting.
We took the breakfast set, which was RM10(before tax) including tea or coffee, a fried dimsum and a steamed dimsum.
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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.
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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).
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Steamed dimsum, freshly made.Yummy. RM8.80 if ordered separately.
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Prawns were succulent and juicy. Worth the trip here I reckon.
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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.


(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2011-12-30
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RM10 (Breakfast)