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Every time I pass by this place, I always wanted to try the dim sum here. To me, since it was opened at night, perhaps it could be one of my hangout places. Then, my friend told me the dim sum is not bad so I thought of giving it a try. My friend said the Chee Cheong Fan is terrible so he saved me from eating it. I almost wanted to order it when I saw the tempting photos. We ordered the Har Kau (RM 5) instead which turned out to be so-so. The Xiao Long Pau was the worst I have ever eaten in my e
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Every time I pass by this place, I always wanted to try the dim sum here. To me, since it was opened at night, perhaps it could be one of my hangout places. Then, my friend told me the dim sum is not bad so I thought of giving it a try. 

My friend said the Chee Cheong Fan is terrible so he saved me from eating it. I almost wanted to order it when I saw the tempting photos. 

We ordered the Har Kau (RM 5) instead which turned out to be so-so. 

The Xiao Long Pau was the worst I have ever eaten in my entire life. The skin was too hard. In fact, all the dumplings there had hardened skin, probably because they have been kept from morning. I prefer the Xiao Long Pau in Shanghai Dumpling from Penang. 

The Siew Mai turned out ok so I guess I had to trust my friend's orders. 

The Fake Shark's Fin Dumpling was surprisingly delicious. 

I had the Sugarcane Chestnut Drink (RM 4) which was so refreshing and also not sweet at all. 

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Shark's Fin Dumpling
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Taste
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Service
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Value
Date of Visit
2015-03-30
Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
RM32
Recommended Dishes
Shark's Fin Dumpling
RM 5