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Scrumptious Food In Pin Sum, Menglembu

On a fine sunny Sunday, my friends and I took a drive to Menglembu for lunch, we went to Pin Sum.  It was lunch time and it was very crowded.  We had to wait for a short while before we could get a table..  As long as there is no queue, it was perfectly alright to hang around and wait for a seat... Well, good food always test our patience in a way, right?  :)
Pin Sum Restaurant along the Main Road, Menglembu
While waiting for the food to be served, we took some pictures...
Famous for their roasted ducks....
Ordered a small portion... 
 
 Yong Tau Foo varieties...
 Yummy noodles served...
Then the rest of the dishes came flowing in...
Six dishes plus drinks came to around RM80...
A very yummy affair...
To make the meal complete, we adjourned to Diamond restaurant a short distance away....
For these lovely Desserts!



Comments

  1. I like the old school ambiance of this place, like those cha chan tengs in HK. I'd go for YTF instead of the duck eehehehee

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  2. If I don't read the Chinese name, I would've thought this restaurant got it's name screwed up. Pin Sum = biased? XD

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  3. You have a lot of beautiful friends. So you are with the beautiful crowd! My wish for you this year is PEACE!

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    1. Thank you Ginny.. You always have a kind word for everyone!

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  4. Oooooo....duck!!! I like!!!! So cheap, the food! Where got all that talk about recession, depreciation.... Where else can find food so cheap like what we have here?

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  5. I can finish one whole duck! 6 dishes, RM80, tai tou larn wor.. Good!

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  6. wah, the roast duck looks super duper crispy on the outside, juicy and tender in the inside!! secret recipe leh, no play play!! and the three bowls of desserts, all so good I dunno which to choose, hehehe~~ :p

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    1. Eat a bit of everything there and it will be fully satisfied..

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  7. Wahhh! The roasted ducks looks so fresh and crispy, makes my mouth waters. I just took my breakfast, but these ducks and yong tau fu makes me hungry again.

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  8. wah so many roast meat.....yum yum...roast pork i love the most

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    1. Come and get it if you really wannnntttt ah... song lyrics!

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  10. Oh my, I love the desserts.

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  11. Wah, I see a row of roasted ducks! And what a cooling finish to the meal - I like all the cold desserts!

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  12. I prefer roasted pork than roasted duck.
    Love those desserts!

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  13. The duck and the cendol look so delicious! I don't mind waiting a while for good food if I am not too hungry at that time.

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