Serviceable dim sum. Nothing out of the ordinary, despite the constant long queue.
Steamed pork ribs – soft, succulent and juicy, has a light salty hint of black soybean, taste great and appetizing.
Steamed Beancurd Skin Roll RM5.20 – two big rolls, remain steamy hot prior serve, soft and juicy while packed with pork and shrimp fillings.
Overall was a pleasant dining experience and once we finished our food, we proceed to the counter to make payment with our order chit.
Dim Sum prices here are between rm$2.25 to rm$5.65 but most items are between rm$3.80 to rm$4.15; noticeably cheaper than Klang Valley, but Iporians already complaining the price here have increased due to tourist.
Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant has very extensive menu of Dim Sum and other delicacies.
Reluctantly change plan to Foh San Dim Sum with a not so happy mood. We already know that despite being a highly-mentioned restaurant, the not-so-good comments they have are a lot too. Established since 1971, this award-winning restaurant is undeniably one of the first few eateries that will cross the mind of many when asked “what to eat in Ipoh for breakfast”. Is just like you will go for Pun Chun Duck Noodles when in Bidor. Famous, but, not our first choice
We’ve been told that the best time to go to Ming Court Hong Kong dim sum restaurant is at 6.00am. That is the best time as you do not need to wait at all and all their dim sums are available for your choosing.
When you think of dim sum whenever you are going to Kuala Lumpur or down south, the first that crosses your mind will be Foh San Dim Sum. Same thing happens