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Three Times Visit To Canning Garden Dim Sum, Ipoh

FOR THE FIRST TIME...

There is a very nice Dim Sum place opened in Canning Garden.... furthermore, it is Halal too, food suitable for those who do not take pork.  Chicken meat replacing the pork, good in a way that there would be no fats or lards in these Dim Sum.  Oh.. for pork lovers, there might be a disappointment but I am not disappointed at all.  Initially I thought it would not taste as good as those normal Dim Sum shops but to my surprise, these Dim Sum suits me real fine!!  The normal Char Siew Pau which they replaced with chicken meat is the best of all... in my opinion...

Ever since this Canning Garden Dim Sum opens officially on the 15th June, 2018, I have been there for three times already, in just a span of two weeks plus.  Something must be good, right?
Bungalow turned to Dim Sum restaurant...
A very homely feeling here... 
And the section I was sitting.... 
At the very back.... 
Nice deco here and there at each corner...
And some of the food we ordered.... 
Steamed shrimp Chee Cheong Fun...
Sesame Balls with Lotus Paste.....
Chives dumplings...
Different types of flavor... black sesame, yam, custard, chocolate and green lotus paste...
Juicy BBQ Chicken meat dumpling...
Porridge with salted egg and chicken...
Yam Puff.... 
And of course lots more to choose from.... 
Prices are quite reasonable... 
Yes, I am sure my kids are drooling over these!


Comments

  1. 3 times? Wahhhhh...must be really very good then!

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  2. A nice bungalow turned into dim sum place. Indeed aaLove very homey feeling to the place. Love the steamed bamboo decor on the wall.

    The coloured paus! Love the yam puff.

    3 times in a span of 2 weeks! Must be good and "ngam" your taste. ^^

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  3. Love the decor of this dim sum place, i only eat dim sum once in a while

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  4. I will be back to try other items!

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  5. Looks like a quality dim sum eatery. I am interested in the chives dumplings.

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  6. The chives dumpling looks really scrumptious.😄

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  7. Must try out their abalone siew mai.. Too nice!

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  8. Thank you so much for visiting us ! I’m glad you love our dim sum .. and thank you for sharing !
    We will keep improving our flaws and create more new products 😊

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  9. the meat dumpling does look good.. can I have one please?

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  10. wah new place....the dim sum not bad!

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  11. Nice ambiance and surrounding environment for breakfast and lunch appointment. Serves delicious and yummy dim sum which makes ur appetite feels good. Up to the standard of pork free flavour and the best in town. So pls be free to come along to join the crowd. The service and crew are friendly and makes u feel like eating at home. Congrats to the management team for creating such a nice dim sum place for everyone in town to explore.

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