Maybe one of the best modern dim sum place in Ipoh. Queue is systematic and fast, service as good. Most of the dim sum are delicate and delicious, good quality.
♥Verdict: We were pleased with the food quality and I especially enjoyed the Scallop Har Gao with fresh, bouncy prawns and the addition of celery imparted a bold flavour to it. Steamed Rice Noodle with Shrimp You Tiao also another favourite of mine here. Crunchy You Tiao and shrimps were wrapped with silky smooth rice roll, served with soy sauce, a dish that scored well in terms of flavour and texture.
Looking for a good place for dim sum in Ipoh, one of the good location is Chui Yue Lou. The dim sum here are fresh and delicious.
We ordered 3 bowls of Bubur Cha Cha (sweet potato, taro, sago in sweet coconut milk). We enjoyed every spoonful of it.
Hubby ordered beef noodle, which I was tempted to order but changed my mind. Hubby enjoyed this beef noodle especially when the salted vegetable gave it an unique taste.
Stewed lamb with spaghetti for me.
Ona Laksa is their speciality, so I must order this for my first visit. At first, it looked like tuna noodles with milk. I was told to add the spicy paste that came in a small saucer. Hmmmm....yummy! A very special version of laksa.
Been here couple of times and never get bored of it. So yea. Definitely a yes to this place.
Rooftop Restaurant & Bar is massive and it’s also equipped with pool tables, flat screens playing sports, electronic dart boards and live singing to keep you entertained. Happy hour is between 4pm – 10pm (5 half pints @ RM60++, RM68++ for a Tiger tower) and the live singing shows are usually on Sundays starting from 9.30pm onward.
Twelve Spice Chicken (half) with rice and egg - RM 19.90 This was a bit too dry for me because there was no gravy for the rice.
2 girls ordered Cheesy Hawaiian Chicken x 2 = RM 53.80 (Grilled chicken in creamy passion fruit sauce, served with veg & potato)