Reply To: What is the best dim sum spots around KL?

  • Jeremy Ooi

    July 21, 2021 at 4:33 pm

    That’s a really good explanation Neville! Kudos! There were many places that served delicious dim sum in KL. But my preference is non-halal Dim Sum. These are some places that I would like you to try at least once!

    Ful Lai Dim Sum @ Kepong :

    I have been to many different dim sum restaurants around KL, but I generally enjoy the food at Ful Lai Dim Sum. They have some of the best shrimp dumplings I’ve ever tasted, and they’re usually pretty quick at refilling your dim sum basket. They always have my favourite dishes, such as the shumai and rice crepes. The food is also super friendly and not too pricey, which I absolutely love. Plus, it’s great to be able to spot a fellow tourist too!

    Opening Hours: 6.30 AM to 2 AM. Opens daily.

    Address: 47&49 Jalan 3/62a Bandar Sri Menjalara, Kepong, 55200 Kuala Lumpur

    My Dim Sum :

    My Dim Sum offers almost any kind of dim sum you can think of: Pork Buns, Chicken Feet, Beef Dumplings, and even Chilly Prawn Dumpling. You can also order different kinds of rice with seafood like squid ball or fried oyster. The prices are moderate, but the taste is not bad at all; it’s like an average quality dim sum in Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong which makes it a great place to sit down to talk about current issues or just to hang out with your friends.

    The price range for a meal ranges from 20 to 50 Malaysian Ringgit. The environment is cosy and not crowded, Neat and clean as it is newly renovated recently, so it’s great for dinner dates or small groups of friends.

    Opening Hours: 10 AM to 10 PM. Opens daily.

    Address: G-32, Setapak Central mall, Danau Kota, 53100, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur.

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