For our brunch, (we always get up late in the morning) five of us went to Farlim near Bukit Kledang for our dim sum. It was my first time eating there, in fact I never know there is such a shop there selling dim sum for from early morning till midnite. Aaron knows better, he and his course mates used to go there either for early morning dim sum or midnight supper!
I like this shop, the food they served to us that morning was very fresh, whatever we ordered, they only did the steaming or frying there and then. So everything was either steaming hot or crispy fried....such as these...
fried char siew pau
crispy fried prawn spring rolls (har kuen)
freshly steamed chee cheong fun
(half portion left only)
steamed char siew pau
and lor mai kai
some siew mai
very freshly steamed too!
these food cost only RM36 plus drinks!
Very cheap and nice..
I wanna go there once again...
Who wants to come along this time? :)
HI....Gong Xi Fa Cai and Happy Chap Goh Mei. I've been Missing again from your blog for a while now. Not even have time to read your postings. Anyway...Have a great year of the tiger and the food look all YUMMY!ReplyDelete
War....always eat brunch aye. Because wake up late? Ha :DReplyDelete
Where's this Bukit Kledang, Farlim? Is it in Perak?ReplyDelete
Cos, there's a Farlim in Penang too.
Eh eh? Pau can fry ah?? never heard of that one before! Must try when I go home, whenever that might be. XReplyDelete
I hvn't tried fried pau before. It looks delicious!ReplyDelete
oh no!!! food!ReplyDelete
need to go and get my breakfast now :p
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its so yummy! I will try to look for that in here.ReplyDelete
tiee: thanks for coming by again.. hope we will continue to keep in touch again..ReplyDelete
tekkaus: yes lor.. by the time everyone is ready, it is almost eleven..plus :)
jessie: farlim Perak, not Penang, farlim is near menglembu..
fely: do come, i will try to get the name for you..
wenn: yes, it is very nice..
girl in stilleto: thanks for coming by...
ilovepink: thanks for hopping by :)
Uwaa...i am so hungry looking at those food..ReplyDelete
fried char siew pau????? wah... 1st time heard of that... ^_^ReplyDelete
Hahah! wauuu~ dim sum :P i wan go i wan go :PReplyDelete
willie: now i see also hungry...ReplyDelete
cathJ: yes, me too.. first time trying too..
wensher: i think u went there before too, right? what is the name?
ME! Both hands up :DReplyDelete
aiyo...the fried char siew pau looks very nice lehReplyDelete
I have no idea what some of the items are, but they look good, especially the first two photos.ReplyDelete
merryn: ethan? william? semua pergi, ya! :pReplyDelete
kathy: yeah, take u there next time.. but reminder first, no air con one...:)
patty: they are dim sum, it originates from Hongkong, if i m not mistaken, a breakfast meal..
Looks very nice...but I get worried about the fried stuff. Have this uncanny suspicion that there're leftovers, unsold from the day before...and deep fried. (Said that to somebody at the pasar malam here and the old lady overheard and was SO furious with me! Hehehehehehe!!!)ReplyDelete
OMG!! Your foods look soooooo delicious..
stp: hahaha..sure furious with u.. dampening her biz for that night. But this shop, it sells from morning till midnight and u can see that they do and fry there and then.. so it is fresh.. i must go one more time again and take some pics of them preparing these dim sum.ReplyDelete
kadusmama: dim sum is ipoh's speciality..
hey claire, the fried char siew pao really attract me...drooling dy!ReplyDelete
nice dimsum meal....I wanna tag along!ReplyDelete
where is the other half of the chee cheong fun? hahahahaReplyDelete
i like to fried char siew pao..must be very nice.ReplyDelete
Oh, that's cheap for dim sum. can makan there again n again..hehehe
amy: many of us are attracted by the fried char siew pau :)ReplyDelete
pete: great.. who else?
manglish: where else? hehehe.. forgot to take pic till half way thru..
mommyling: yes, must go once again.. cheap and nice..
chey....i tot u climb up the the peak of Bukit Kledang. but turns up to be a makan trip... alamak!ReplyDelete
Haha thought the same as 'sexyjessie' when saw Farlim straight zoomed in to Penang since it is so often you travel to Penang & no surprise you have dimsum there. Just that never heard of Bt Kledang in Farlim, Penang before. Maybe in your future post add in the State to avoid confusion:p. Hope not asking too much nanti kena zapped baru tahu haha. Great dimsum in Bukit Kledang.ReplyDelete
Digress slightly but still on dimsum, met up with a couple from Ipoh for lunch in KL recently she said the road to enter FohSan Restaurant during CNY was a BIG BIG challenge and not talking about finding a decent table after you can enter the place and parked the car. Most bloggers agree to the equation CNY=Food=Jams=Temp Boiling=@$%^&(@ *pengsan* haha.
chrisau: this is the secret of it.. lead u to a peak and then expect the unexpected.. :pReplyDelete
cheah: that was what i said again and again in my earlier posts before cny.. jangan jangan eat in Ipoh during cny..good food will become pricey no good food..yes, and all the xyz words will come out as well... it is always a warzone when it comes to dim sum in ipoh.. :p
i must remember not to visit your blog when i'm hungry becos i am REALLY hungry now :DReplyDelete
Those sure looks tasty. too bad all I can do is look at it. lolReplyDelete
barb: ok, now u can look.. all sporty attire in my new post.. hahaha...ReplyDelete
erwinator: all u got to do is to eat!
you stepped into my territory, please pay "protection fee"!! aiks! forgot! that kledang hill not my territory anymore now, but at least i grew up climbing the hill every other weekend. it's just great staying near to a hill!ReplyDelete
I'd like to try it out!ReplyDelete
gargles: u come to ipoh, i pay u no come, no pay.... jom, lets go eat dim sum!!ReplyDelete
cheryl: if u visit me, i will take u ! hahha..
Mmm... food looks good. Fry there and then? Must be really crispy :-).ReplyDelete
YUMMY Dim Sum!! I would love to tag along!! I love the fried char siew pau and the steam char siew pau, look so delicious.ReplyDelete
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I never see and try fried cha siu pao. Taste good?ReplyDelete
Couldnt agree more with that, very attractive articleReplyDelete
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