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Dim Sum At Zin Sum Restaurant, Penang

WHEN DAWN BREAKS, our first program began only at 9am...free and easy,  no early morning calls like in those conducted tours. LOL..

Our first destination is to try the Penang Dim Sum at Restaurant Zin Sum along Macalister Road.  The place was already filled with hungry goers like us, though the crowd was there, we could easily get a table for the six of us.  Self service is practiced here, you can choose and take whatever you like at the Dim Sum Corner, no cards were given unlike other places.  hmmmm... 
Choose and take whatever you want... no limit.... 
Spoil for choices.... 
Shall I? 
And soon.... we chosen these.... 
Their special noodles with fish... 
Was that all... ? Nope, there was another plate of noodles yet to be served... 

Alright, let the camera eat first!  LOL... 
And we dug in the moment the camera was kept...
After that, all of us made a guess at the price it cost for these...
One of us mentioned RM200 and another mentioned RM150... 
Guess we got them wrong...
The total cost is this!
This place brightened up our spirits for the day!


Comments

  1. I love places like this, where you can see and choose what you want from a variety!

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  2. Really spoilt for choices. So much to eat. That is one huge plate of fried noodle.

    Lol. Camera eats first. So true.

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  3. Zin Sum Dim Sum! Hey!!! That rhymes! LOL!!! The fried shallots look like those sold in big bags/packs at the supermarket - not a fan of those, has an unpleasant smell.

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  4. Haiya...I very jealous! LOL!

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  5. wah, like buffet style, just take take take as much as you all want. only difference is it is not at a fixed price per person. Delicious dim sum for me anytime!

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  6. The price is so reasonable with so many dishes and choices

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  7. We got carried away with the amount of food! And the noodles were huge plates!

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  8. The dim sum here so yum. Went once, and back again.

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