Many husbands will sit and hang around the many strategically located kedai kopi (coffee shops) to enjoy a hot or cold drink while waiting for their wife to do the marketing.
For the two of us it was after our morning exercise.
A good time to rest our weary legs and eat some dim sum with a hot pot of Pu'er tea for breakfast.
Here the dim sum are freshly hand made daily and served piping hot.
Some tasted average but we particularly like their deep fried wanton, wu kok (deep fried yam pastry) and tai pao.
Parking is bearable.
|Siew mai with steamed fish balls in the background-RM3.30/tray.|
|Deep fried Yam Pastry-Rm3.80/|
|Steamed tai pao - soft fluffy skin - filled with chicken meat, sliced pork, mushroom, hard boiled egg and strips of sweet yam bean-not oily at all-wholesome meal-Rm3.50/|
Location: 2, Jalan Lengkeh,
Taman Cheras,Kuala Lumpur.
All photos taken with Samsung Tablet.