Thursday, 24 June 2010

Dim Sum @ Restoran Ful Lai 富徕, Kepong

Shaomai (燒賣 siu mai): Small steamed dumplings with either pork, prawns or both inside a thin wheat flour wrapper.

Shrimp Dumpling (蝦餃 har gau): A delicate steamed dumpling with whole or chopped-up shrimp filling and thin wheat starch skin.

Rice noodle rolls or cheong fun (腸粉 cheong fun): These are wide rice noodles that are steamed and then rolled. They are often filled with different types of meats or vegetables inside but can be served without any filling. Rice noodle rolls are fried after they are steamed and then sprinkled with sesame seeds. Popular fillings include beef, dough fritter, shrimp, and barbecued pork. Often topped with a sweetened soy sauce.

*Another type of Siew Mai* (1)

*Another type of Siew Mai* (2)

Glutinous Rice (糯米雞 lou mai gai): Lo mai gai is a kind of rice dumpling. It is one of my most favourite dim sum dish. Another variant is the lotus leaf rice.

RM3.20 / plate of dimsum

No. 47 & 49, Jalan 3/62A,
Bandar Sri Menjalara,
Off Jalan Kepong, Mukim Batu,
55200 KL.

Telefon: 03-62747610

*Another branch*
1G, (GF) Jalan 2/116B,
Kuchai Enterpreneurs Park,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama,
58200 KL.
Telefon: 03-79836851

Operating hours:
Morning till midnight

Rate: 7.5/10

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