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Spoil For Choices At Dynasty Palace Restaurant, Ipoh

WHEN MY FRIEND MENTIONED THAT she would be taking a few of us for Dim Sum at a restaurant which I had not been to before, I was ALL for it!  I thought I have been to all the dim sum shops in Ipoh already?  Nahhh... I am not not so "hebat-la"... LOL...

The very next morning my friend took us to Dim Sum restaurant called Dynasty Palace... Wah... the name also sounds "kingly" to me, the shop lot is just opposite the AEON in Station 18.  I really have not been there before, most of the shops were abandoned and parking is very easily accessible.  Great, at least there is no hassle of getting a parking lot like those Dim Sum restaurants in town, one has to drive round and round endlessly looking for parking.

From the outside, one is not so impressed, but once we went in, the ambiance was nice and clean.  Service was swift and we could get a table easily without having to stand behind the tables like those in town.  Each of us were given a menu and a piece of paper for us to order unlike others, we have to wave and call to be served.  *This auntie here sure have lots to compare*
From the menu, everything looks attractive...
Makes us want to order a bit of everything... 
Spoil for choices.... 
We ended up ordering those we have not tried before at other restaurants....
This is Lo Hon Chai Fun Cheong....
More for vegetarians.... 
Fried beancurd with fish paste as fillings... 
Crispy, hot and tasty!
Another Fun Cheong.... 
Something very different, right?
The sauce was served separately.... 
Dragon Dumplings.... 

Chives dumplings which is my favourite... 
Prawn dumplings...
An overall picture but these were not the end...
We ordered another few plates to be exact.. Porridge included...
And the total bill came to around RM65 for the 4 of us...
My friend picked up the tab, it was her Bonus treat...
I almost forgotten private companies normally give out bonus at this time of the year, kan?
Thank you, friend!

Dynasty Palace Restaurant, 
16-18, Medan Stesen 18/11
Station 18, Ipoh

Comments

  1. That's what I like, lots of choices! Total bill RM65.00 considered cheap lah by KL standards.

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  2. Haven't had dim sum for so long. I wonder how many are gluten free, ok for my girl to eat.

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  3. All the dim sum look tasty! do the abandoned shops around this shop make the area scary?

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  4. All also dumplings. If me, I will order all types of siew mai instead. :P

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  5. Prawn dumpling, my all time favourite...

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  6. Everything looks so good!! And I love the menu, because you actually get to SEE what all the dishes look like!

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  7. It all looks so yummy! I love chives dumplings too. Let's go there together one day!

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  8. Love them all. They look good and so are the presentation.

    Wishing you a Happy Chinese New Year

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  9. I have been once quite some time back. After looking at the food again, I feel like going again! Hahaha...

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  10. I really enjoyed reading this post, big fan. Keep up the good work .
    Rochester Dim Sum

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