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Dim Sum Treat At China Chuan Kwong, Greentown Ipoh

THE NEXT MORNING WE WENT FOR ANOTHER BOUT OF DIM SUM.... The previous week we went to town for dim sum, it was not satisfactory at all.  This time we went to another dim sum restaurant in Greentown and this time round, the food served was up to our expectation.  Every dish came out hot and nice, even the mini egg tarts were fresh from the oven!
Mini egg tarts are my kids' favourite!
We ordered not one plate but two... for satisfaction....

Fried radish with fresh bean sprouts....
Prawn springrolls...
My kind of desserts...
Prawn dumplings... not to be missed...
Siew Mai is also a Must... 
And their Dan Dan noodles... 
And a few more varieties that I have missed out in my handphone... 
Now we are confirmed Big Eaters!
The bill came to around RM72 and we did not pay for it...
Coincidentally my cousins were sitting a few tables away...
And they picked up the tab.... 
So nice of them... and we were blessed with a ...
Scrumptious Breakfast!

Comments

  1. So nice of your cousins to pick up the tab without you all knowing about it. I like to eat the mini egg tarts!

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  2. siu mai, prawn dumpling, fried radish cake....egg tarts...all are my fav dim sum selection! yumzzz! haih....should have order more and tapau since someone is paying, hahah!

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  3. Sighhhhh!!!! Haven't gone for dim sum here. Been wanting to go after seeing you going all the time. The really good one here opens till noon only and somebody wakes up so late, 10 something.

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    1. She must sacrifice one day to wake up early...hehehee

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  4. I like my dim sum warm when serve on table. Nothing good when your dim sum was cold and taste bad.

    Dan dan noodle?? What kind of noodle? Look like mee pok to me. So nice of your cousins to pick the tab.

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    1. It is like Shanghai style... very nice and springy too..

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  5. I see dimsum I think of kuek kak, siew mai and egg tarts already, and true enough, I see shiny sticky sweet egg tarts !! Kueh-kak 1 plate is never enough for me, I treat that as a main meal, I need 3 plates!

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  6. Siew mai is also a must for me if i eat dim sum...

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  7. Ooo dimsum! My favorite meal that doesnt sound like a meal. =)

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  8. My kind of dim sum. Great choice. Siew mai & prawn dumpling is a must for me too. You make me drool now.

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  9. So this was a good one and all paid for. So nice!

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  10. Aiyah, come at the wrong timing. Haven't have my lunch yet, so hungry now!! :p

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  11. The dim sum were so delicious and I love them all. My cousins would probably never pick up the tab if I spotted them in same restaurants. You are so blessed and loved.

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  12. wow, delicious dimsum!! love the egg tarts, and especially when somebody else paid them for me unexpectedly, hahaha!! :p

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