Yuan Garden Dim Sum House is another new kid on the block, replacing part of Sri Siam Restaurant.
Located in a corner lot with good road frontage along the busy SS2 area-airy, clean and spacious with fuss-free furnishing.
We were there on an early Saturday morning "yum char" with the day's newspaper in hand.
Browsing through the latest murder news with a pot of hot Pu'er tea and dainty cups filled with it to wash of the oil and fats !
A guy with a trolley full of warm deep fried pastry came offering his ware while steamed dim sum have to be order on a order form.
Prices are quite reasonable-ranging from Rm1.80-Rm4.50.
Parking is OK.
|Tai Pao (big bun)-fluffy skin and filled with chicken, pork, egg, yam bean,Shiitake mushroom and traces of ginger juice-very authentic-comparable to big restaurant-worth the buck !|
|Prawn roll-wrapped with bean curd sheet and deep fried-came straight off the fryer-oily but sweet and fresh-bean curd sheet a bit salty.|
|Char siew pao (BBQ pork bun)-soft and fluffy-tasty and meaty!|
|Siew Mai-steamed prawn/minced pork wrapped in yellow wanton wrapper-small in size but fresh.|
|Green chillies stuffed with fish paste-generously sized but tasted a bit off.|
|Chicken rolled with bean curd sheet-the thigh meat was tender and meaty-again the bean curd sheet was salty-one of my favorite.|
Location: 58 & 58-1, Jaln SS2/24,