Saturday, March 17, 2012

Tuck Cheong Dim Sum @ Pudu, Kuala Lumpur

We wanted to entertain an elderly companion with Dim Sum and ideally a place with nostalgic elements, we thought of Yook Woon Hing and Kum Lun Tai of Chinatown but we decided Pudu as the other companion have not been to Tuck Cheong before.
 Restoran Tuck Cheong is tucked at a road bend (Jalan Kancil). Park your car next to the shop (RM3 per hour) if you cannot find any road side car park. Parking illegally could ended up with a costly Dim Sum affair.

That's how old the restaurant is, judging from this tea kettle.
Nothing really fanciful about their dim sum but it's self made and not out sourced from anywhere like most coffee shops.
Char Siew pau is tasty and I like it.
Loh Mai Kai was soft and delicious.
This is our elderly companion for some familiar feelings of old coffee shop which he enjoys. He was very happy with it and insisted that he wants to pay the bill
Fresh home made fish paste balls.
We missed this dish as that was the last serving and too late for us. Come 2, 4 or 6 for their steamed chicken rice and don't be late as we were advised by one of the ladies at the shop.
Restoran Tuck Cheong
Jalan Kancil
Kuala Lumpur
GPS : 3.135926,101.713035

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Kash said...

Looks very yummy!

Sin Tai Lim said...

Kash - Have a good weekend.