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Opening Hours
Today
06:30 - 13:00
Mon - Sun
06:30 - 13:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Serves breakfast
Signature Dishes
Char Siew Pao Hong Kong Chee Cheong Fun Sang Mee
Review (4)
Level3 2014-02-25
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Zim Sum restaurant located opposite KDU, extremely huge open space restaurant but always full house during weekend. parking at the back of the restaurant, limited. My favorite dim sum restaurant in penang. My favorite Chicken Feet, which i never miss no matter how many time i visit. it not really the best but rate above average. ha kao also very good, should not miss. they do have many type of noodles as well. Read more: http://www.tasteiest.com/2010/05/restaurant-zim-sum.html continue reading
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Level1 2013-11-04
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Various choice, delicious and reasonable price ! Food & Beverages Available :- wide range of dim sum- dan tat- noodles-porridge- chee cheong fun- different types of chinese tea- other cold drinks- pau & also dumplingsThe staffs are very friendly to help , a few trolleys around to serve hot and warm dim sum !!Try the 烧卖,虾饺和酱汁烧卖This place is very easy to find and car park is provided !Very convenience continue reading
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Level4 2012-07-27
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Besides all the fried fritters, Zim Sum does offer customers other cooked dishes like noodles, porridge and many more.One of the signature dish would be this “Sang Mee”. Literally translated would be “Raw Noodle”, hehe… Cause the mee was actually yee moon which had earlier been lightly fried, then tossed with hot gravy that consist of many delights.The noodle was crispy and soaked in the eggy gravy thoroughly. The assorted ingredients that came with it was fresh and in generous portion! It has fresh Choy Sam, big prawns, tender fish fillet and also chicken bites which further enhance the sweetness within. The seafood were fresh indeed. Slurps!Come these steamed cakes. They were fluffily soft and best eaten while warm. I think it’s made of brown sugar and egg mixture. The fact that some pumpkin seeds were added to it, further enhances the flavor.There is also array of hot steamed dim sum if you like. They are varieties of them. I personally enjoy the prawn dumpling which was wrapped up neatly in thin whitish skin. The prawn was so juicy! The “Siu Mai” was ordinary and I do enjoy the springy bites of fish balls too ^^Hao Hao Che! ^_^ continue reading
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