Thursday, January 18, 2007


Whenever I go to Kuala Lumpur, I have to have my share of ‘dim sum’ or else it won’t be complete. My friends brought me to this ‘dim sum’ shop at Taman Megah, PJ called Key Hiong. It’s just opposite a market in the commercial area of Taman Megah.

Key Hiong at Taman Megah, PJ

You can easily recognize it by the large crowd sitting out side the premise and also the early morning human gathering outside waiting for their turn to have their morning ‘yam cha’. It doesn’t look impressive as it is just a normal looking coffee shop except it’s filled up with people each day. You have to be brave enough to compete with other hungry mouth to grab a table. They have so many varieties of ‘dim sum’ that you just can’t have it all with one visit.

pick what you like from the tray

We managed to try most of it as we were a bunch of very hungry souls. They will serve you piping hot ‘dim sum’ by carrying them in a large tray and walking around from table to table. You just pick what you like and they will serve it to you all freshly made from the kitchen.

where all 'dim sum' were born

The whole scenario is just like those you see on Hong Kong movie. “cha siew pau! cha siew pau!” “ha kau! ha kau!” “lo mai kai! lo mai kai!” Anyone?

from this little to....

...this much

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