A typical Malaysian knows at least two or three languages: Malay, English and other main language depending on their descent. It could be Mandarin, Cantonese, Tamil, Hokkien or even Tagalog. Roaming around finding for a good food would be a challenge for me since I could only converse in good English. I tried my best to speak bad, but it is still hard to be comprehended.
When you hit a good spot for a good Chinese restaurant, how would you know if they speak Mandarin or Cantonese or other dialects?
Chris drove me around the place and he’s a personal translator. I bet he would disagree on this.
I have been craving for Xiao Long Pao recently and Kuchai dimsums. Fortunately, when we went to Jin Xuan, these were already sold out. A restaurant that caters to your taste bud for an authentic Hong Kong cuisine.
It was a sunny noon time when we arrived at Puchong. We were at the queue for a quite while but it was not long enough. The waiter called our number in Cantonese. Waiters would bring a tray full of different dimsum to your table in their different colors (I suppose the colors have their own price). So better be careful which you’ll be picking because it is quite addicting.
I didn’t have my camera so this I guess this vague camera shot is enough.
Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum
No. 7 & 8, Jalan Kenari 8, Bandar
Puchong Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: +603 8075 0866
7.00am – 11.30pm