Celestial Court Dim Sum @ Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur

After checking in to Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, I and LY head straight to Celestial Court to try their Dim Sum with my RM200 voucher ^^

The jade flat plate looks really interesting, too bad seems that it’s for decoration purpose only as the waiter took it off after I order my food.

2012.08.04 Celestial Court @ Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur (1 of 24)

Crispy fried dragon beard with cod fish served with fruit salad and tobiko @ RM18 is very good. 7.8/10

2012.08.04 Celestial Court @ Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur (7 of 24)

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Tim Hou Wan Dim Sum @ Mong Kok, Hong Kong

People are always talking how good the dim sum in Hong Kong, and how it will smoke’s those in Malaysia and such. However, I only remember how sucks the dim sum are when I follow a tour to Hong Kong at 2009.

Hence, this time, I make sure myself visit the single most popular and opted as the best Dim Sum in Hong Kong by many people, Tim Ho Wan Dim Sum, which is also a Michelin starred restaurant.

Oh, they are the cheapest Michelin starred restaurant too from what I search.

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I also had read about the long queues to dine here. Luckily, you don’t need to be in Queue. Just go and grab a number, and come back at a later time.

Oh, a thing to note yes, nearby the shop, is a boy’s heaven. Boys? Well, it sold loads of toys that guys like, especially RC cars and guns. Yes, those air guns. Man, just look at those superbly crafted guns is an art. Ranging from pistols to snipers. Too bad, I can’t bring it back to Malaysia or else I will DEFINITELY get one!!!!

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Oh….look at how small our tables are!!
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Dim Sum Buffet @ EEST, Westin Kuala Lumpur

When I sign up for my Starwood Privilege card, I was told that the EEST Dim Sum Brunch is very very good. Hence, for my free dining for 2 voucher in Westin Kuala Lumpur, I decided to use it at EEST. EEST is initially a Halal Restaurant if not mistaken as I was told that they recently just change to a non-Halal restaurant.

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Yet another restaurant with it’s open kitchen concept.

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Foh San Dim Sum @ Ipoh

Almost on every of my trip down to Kuala Lumpur, I will definitely stopped by at Ipoh for breakfast. Breakfast in Ipoh are just so wonderful, with so many choice of great food, how I wish my stomach can fill in more stuff. However, one thing for sure, I will never stopped by Ipoh for lunch since I don’t know where to go. :p

The new Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant which is located very near to it’s old outlet.

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However, although choices are there, but it seems that those famous one will always and always be full on customers any day. Most of the time you will be fighting for a place to sit if you arrive any time between 7.45 AM and 10 Am.

Fried shrimp roll with mayonnaise, normal like what served in any other Dim Sum restaurant. 7.0/10

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Siang Hai Dim Sum @ Penang

Stumble across this place 1 morning and decided to give it a try.  Although it’s English name is Siang Hai, but it was named as Shanghai Dim Sum in Chinese, and Shanghai is famed for it’s dim sum, especially the “xiao long bao”. However, I was largely disappointed.

Usually at most Dim Sum restaurant at Penang, it will be very crowded at around 9am to 10am, especially on weekends, however, surprisingly it’s not when we was there. It’s kinda good and bad for me, as I hate crowded place, but if a place got lesser customer, does it also means that the food is not good?

At Siang Hai Dim Sum, there ain’t any people pushing trolley with Dim Sum on it to your table for you to choose. You need to walk to the counter and choose yourself.

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