Dim Sum King Vs Steamboat Queen a unique name for a restaurant and it gives a hint to the customer about what they are selling in the restaurant. You guys wanted to guess? Yeah, they serves Dim Sum & Steamboats. Dim Sum (Ala-Cate) are served in the morning while Steamboat (All You Can Eat) are served at night. They are also having lunch menu that only cost around RM 15 for mini Steamboats (Ala-Cate).Dim Sum King Vs Steamboat Queen is previously Known as Fatty crab where they sell Ala-Cate Steamboat but after analysing the market they change their restaurant name to Dim Sum King Vs Steamboat Queen and their concept to All You Eat Steamboat since the beginning of June 2015 and they also included Dim Sum in their menu. In addition, they changed their chef to who has a 20 years of experiences in cooking Industry and their signature Pork Bone Soup is following Macau cooking style as the Boss wanted to serve a good quality food for the customer. The interior are well made and maintained. We are served with Dim Sum before our steamboat as this is a food testing organised by the Openrice and we are well taken care by Mr Patrick who was very kind and humble in explaining details of the foods.
4 types of noodles.
Varity of processed items and fresh seafood’s.
Ice – Creams
It’s hard to resist the sweet custard filling nestle within a steamed pastry. It was a satisfying dessert just the fillings was a bit cool down after our photo sessions.
Prawn Dumplings is not chewy and it tasted good.
Har Gau has a correct texture and thickness of the skin. Yummy!!
Siew Mai are generously packed with meat and best enjoyed while it is piping hot.
Deep Fried Glutinous Ball was generous filling of lotus paste encased in a sweet crispy taste and fragrant with sesame seeds.
Fried Prawns was sweet, juicy with big prawns.
Deep Fried Bean Curd Rolls with Salted Egg has a crispy exterior and soft delicious salted egg fillings with seafood’s (Prawns). I love to eat them as a snacks.
It was fried to golden brown perfection and these are addictive make them good appetisers.
The Oysters are imported from Australia and it was fresh. It Squeeze the lemon over it and enjoys.
They have Tom Yum, Clear Soup, Pork Bone Soup and Porridge to go with steamboats. We tried Pork Bone soup as it is their hot selling soup in the restaurant. Pork Bone soup was yummy (No MSG). The Pork Bone soup was cooked together with Pork Bone, Turkey Ham, Milk (To give smooth texture) and vegetables. It was smooth, milky and every spoon was heaven. I drank almost 8 bowl of soup during my steamboat session because for me soup plays a very important role in Steamboats. To get this amazing taste, the Chef started cooking the Soup as early as 6am in the morning as he believes the longer you cook the tastier it becomes.
Plate of fresh seafood. The seafood’s are fresh an enjoyed eating the Jumbo prawns. It was sweet, juicy and meaty.
Deep fried Spring Rolls tasted delicious with a crispy skin and fillings.
All the deep fried items are fried perfectly and generous with the fillings. You can hear the crunchy sound while munching it. Mayonnaise make a pleasant dip for these fried snacks.
It was a perfect dinner for me. The foods are delicious, Value for money and humble service. I really loved their Pork Bone Soup. There is no additional charge for the Pork Bone Soup and it is unlimited refills. You also can choose fresh seafood’s from the counter and request the chef to cook it for you according to your preference on the menu (Minimum 2 Pax). They are having a different concept to stand out from their competitors and attract customers by offering fresh seafood’s and value set during Lunch Hours. They are selling a voucher in Groupon which you guys can buy.
Thank you openrice for the invitation and I am happy to meet new bloggers and openrice members. See you can guys soon.
Dim Sum King Vs Steamboat Queen,
No 12 & 12A, Jalan PJS 8/17,
46150 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03- 5613 7707
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