This restaurant is no longer a stranger to us as they served quality food. We had 2 occasions here that was during our first time got to know this place for a review
on their food and second we did a Chinese New Year Photo shoot
here. I heard a few feedback from my friend mentioning that their tim sum is pretty good too, and this round we are here for a round of great tim sum!
‘Soup-filled Dumplings with Goji’
‘Spring Roll with Salad and Prawn’ been fried crisply on the outer thin layer of the roll and the salad prawn that mix in it is not too creamy which is just nice.
‘Pan Fried Carrot Cake’ had always been one of my favaurite that makes it a must have item for me. I love it as it is perfectly grill on the skin layer and inside its soft and filled with aroma of dry shrimp, by dipping with their chili and sweet sauce is just what I prefer.
‘Homey Sticky Rice Rolls’
‘Prawn Dumplings with Asparagus’
that we decide to operate it open. Filled with a big piece of juicy prawn which cause by the after effect during steam and its fresh.
‘Rice Rolls with You Tiao and Chicken Floss’ as I love mine to dip it in soy sauce.
‘Dumplings (Siew Mai) with Ebiko’ is rich in ingrediant and I love to chew on Ebiko.
‘Sizzling Marinated Meat Bao’
‘Guangzhou Prawn Red Rolls’ Is something which is not in tim sum’s menu that turns out to be one of their special dish in this limited time to be given out complimentary when you order 3-5 plates of dim sum.
Chewy skin that wrap with crispy tempura crust that been crush and a fresh prawn is insert in the middle, something that we do not get to eat every day, worth a try.
We get to taste one of the lunch special ‘Curry Fish Head’ which is around RM14.50++ for this big pot, that I totally agree is one of the cheapest!
Me and Sunny just cant stop drinking the curry base and looking for the meat inside the claypot. Its aromatic with curry spices and the fish meat is fresh. Given a plate of rice to go along, we have no problem in finishing it within minutes.
‘Unagi Puff with Teriyaki Sauce’ that you must have it hot while its out from the oven. Freshly baked and unique in taste with solid crust wrap around it and taste like Unagi in pineapple tart skin.
‘Yam Paste Pau’ is the piglet that served next and all of us were like wahhh!!! so cutee!! then what happen to the pau next is as the picture below. . . .
Pig making love.
Please eat me!
A tim sum makan will never be perfect for me if did not end it with desert.
‘Herbal Jelly With Ginseng Roots’ is highly recommended by me, if you love strong ginseng and herbal taste that served out chill. I had 2 bolws of this.
or you can go for ‘Tau Fu Fah’ served with ginger white sugar puree.
If you are looking for some dish which is not in the daily menu, then this restaurant is worth a try, with their price is quite reasonable with the portion.
House of Tang,
No. 63B, Jalan Ara, bangsar Baru, 59100 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 603 2282 1111