YUM CHIA with the new selection of dim sum offered at Tung Yuen Chinese Restaurant this month.
'Yum chia' in Cantonese is usually referred to having 'dim sum for breakfast or lunch in a teahouse or restaurant'.
Dim sum are bite-sized delicacies of meat, seafood and vegetables wrapped in a thin coating of pastry or dough. They are either steamed, braised, deep- or pan-fried.
Dim sum means 'little things to delight the heart' or 'touching the heart'. And, they are served in small portions.
The restaurant's new a la carte dim sum menu is the brainchild of 42-year-old chef Chong Lim Fong who started his career in the dim sum kitchen when he was 25 years old.
There are over 30 items on the menu, priced about RM7.50 and RM8.50 per serving. Better still, the dim sum are halal.
For desserts, indulge in Chilled Lemon Jelly with Longan, Jack Fruit Sago with Coconut Milk and Ginseng Roots Jelly with Sea Coconut and Red dates.
However, no Chinese meal is complete without tea. The restaurant offers a wide selection of fine tea to accompany your meal. Dim sum is served daily for lunch.
For reservations, call Grand BlueWave Hotel Shah Alam at 03-5511 8811 ext 2616.
Source : STAR
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