The Kopitiam consist of fews stalls which selling Thai food, Char Koey Teow, Pork Noodles and Chicken rice. But I have choosen the Wan Tan Mee Stall.
Verdict: The Claypot Lou Shu Fun still as good as I had hope and it was indeed my ultimate comfort food and obligatory order at Jeff Lee Kitchen. The new discovery (Guang Xi Style Stir Fried Chicken and Want Dan Yun Choy) also make it to my “to-reorder” list.
This place surely is a hidden gem serving excellent Dim Sum which is located in Sungai Buloh New Village right beside RHB and Hong Leong Bank
Verdict: Being our favourite Dim Sum restaurant, we like the food here. Maybe some of you which have been to this place think that their Dim Sum is quite mediocre, but I would say “taste is subjective” , the food here suite our tastebud. I also like that this place not as crowded as other Dim Sum places such as THIS.
The chicken is the best. Soft and moist with just the right amount of chewyness. Loveeeee it! The taugeh was well seasoned and the fish balls were tasty. Overall, it definitely is one of the best steamed chicken rice I’ve tasted in a looong time.
Verdict: Lovely environment, good food, warm service and affordable price range are what you can expect to find here. Braised pork rice (Lu Rou Fan) is another must try dish here, I certainly wouldn’t say no to make a return to try it out!
Otak-otak Egg Don, 16 ringgit. The Otak Otak Egg Don was da bomb. It tasted like one of those Nasi Lemak Telur Bungkus with otak otak filling – really yummy! Just in case you do not get the reference – nasi lemak telur bungkus one of the many ways nasi lemak is served where the rice is served wrapped with the egg, similar to how the Don is served here but of course – the main difference here is that besides the usual rice and sambal, there is otak-otak. I truly enjoyed this dish, it was something unique, different yet tastewise, it tasted similar but with a slight twist.
Their Steamed Dim Sum variety is simply excellent and the above are just a handful of items that you would get here. Another beauty of the above variety is that each one has it's unique taste and you do not get a close similarity in terms of taste. Since there were only the two of us, there is a limit as to the number of items that we could go for. Each and every one was fresh and tasty. My rating for the above shall be 9/10.
We also order a side plate of Char Siew (BBQ Pork) but it did not climbed itself out of the medocrity. Boleh makan (good enough), For demanding folks it may not be up to your mark.
The Dim Sum here is good enough.