Talking about where to have dim sum in Seremban….
Last time, on weekends I usually visit “Ming Kok” for dim sum. Their dim sum is quite good and its often crowded…need to take number and wait for seat, just like visiting a clinic. Unfortunately my last visit there…I suppose would be the last..the dim sum quality deteriorate alot.
One day..I was browsing through a copy of advertising magazine which delivered to doorstep every month. Then I came across this page and noticed the restaurant actually serves dim sum until 2.30pm (available on weekends). Moreover its located very near to my parent’s house. So I decided to date mummy for dim sum breakfast on the following day. By the way..mummy likes dim sum 😉
The dim sum here is like you choose which type you want, then they will steam it. Except for the frying stuff which will serve immediately.
Feels like having a bowl of porridge to comfort my stomach. Too bad, the porridge was not smooth and taste quite bland too. No century egg, just some minced pork. For the porridge, I think a noob like me may cook it better ^_^
Ordered mummy’s favorite. ‘Yong Chili’. Aikkss…the chili looks so skinny. Taste average only.
Chicken Feet….lousy too 😦
The average steamed pork ribs.
Prawn Dumpling. Skin so thick….
Siew Mai..meat texture not firm.
Yam Puff (Wu Kok)…..so
small mini =_=
Compared to all the above, the only one that I felt it was quite good..is the char siew pao. Fluffy steamed bun with tasty and generous filling.
The price list. Each item you ordered, they will put a ‘tick’. I don’t understand Chinese character..therefore I just pay the total bill.
Verdict : Hmm….don’t think I will return second time. Need to hunt for another place =p
Restoran S2 City Park
Lot 28244, Jln S2 F9 Garden Homes,
Seremban 2, 70300 Seremban.
19 thoughts on “Dim Sum Breakfast @Restoran S2 City Park, Seremban 2”
always fun to hunt for dim sum! i guess sometimes there’ll be good experiences, and sometimes not-so-good, but hopefully the good ones will make it all worth it 😀
Sean – yahh…agreed! Its fun to hunt for stuff especially food. hehehe…
and the good ones…hopefully they maintain the food quality too…
Dim sum…a must have is porridge…and I mean good porridge:D
Ya…exactly! A GOOD one…. ^_^
Looks like the stuff you get at one of those coffee shop dim sum places…not at a dim sum restaurant.
STP – yalor…..very normal only hor
But RM368 for a full-course dinner for 10 is reasonable. Wonder if the food is any good…
STP – Not sure about that 10 dish package. But I’ve dine in there before for lunch..hmmm…ok la…average la… 😉
come i bring you to ipoh for dim sum..
I am going back this weekend ..
planning to eat the IPOH DIM SUM.. YAY!!!
SP – Ipoh one…I only been to Foh San dim sum. Have a nice weekend traveling home 😉
ooo you like to eat chicken feet?
eeewwww .. kakakaka.. I don’t know how to appreciate it..
Hurrmmm….me on chicken feet? ok ok la….
Delicious dimsum! One of my faves 😀
Hi Jess…Thanks for dropping by.
I do love dim sum..but don’t really take often..bcos too meaty 😉
my daddy’s a dim sum lover! but we hardly venture into seremban though it’s just 1h away from Malacca
Constance Ant – Ahh…I’m sure uncle has his regular dim sum hangout place in MLK. Probably someday you should drop by Seremban? 😉
Too bad the food was lousy, but I want to have some dim sum for breakfast. I guess its a nice idea to start the day
Dim sum + hot Chinese tea…Great!! 😉
yum….I love dim sum too…can never say no to it. Nice pics!