Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum @ Puchong Jaya

Ever heard of Puchong being flooded with Dim Sums eat-outs?

Bet you do, as apart from Hong Kee & Yuen Garden Dim Sum, there were still a few around running their brisk business pretty well.
Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum is one of them.
I love weekend mornings, when I’m free from extra calls from work. Chris and I would be thinking about big breakfast. A lot.
Headed to Jin Xuan, which is a branch from Damansara, or was it vice versa, to resolve the cravings for dim sums.

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What would we describe about Jin Xuan?
Variety. You would definitely say the same too if you’ve visited this place. Lots to choose from; from usual har gau, siew mai, char siew pao, loh mai kai to Wanton noodles with juicy char siew and siew yoke. A Hong Kong approach 🙂
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Lotsa prawn fillings

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This was special. A fusion of chinese & western. Prawns & fish paste wrapped with bacon strip.
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Cheesey!
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Egg Tarts are my fave. But a tad too sweet. One is enough.

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Fish Balls

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Siew Mai

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Chinese Yam Paste with pork fillings (Wu Kok)

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Hong Kong CCF

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Wanton Noodles was decent

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Char Siew rocks. I’m into the caramelized, glazing sauce drizzled our them.

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Siew Yoke with chili and mustard. Crunchy skin!

Jin Xuan Dim Sum

Steamed Egg Custard Bun
Liquefied egg yolk burried mountainously inside the steaming custard bun. A tad too sweet still…
Dim Sums were expectable considering the many varieties we could opt for. But not the best we had and price-wise, a lil’ expensive. We would still go for Hong Kee or Phang Key @ Happy Garden.
Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum
No. 7 & 8, Jalan Kenari 8, Bandar
Puchong Jaya, Selangor.
Tel: +603 8075 0866
Operating Hours:
7.00am – 11.30pm
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9 Comment

  1. tottens says: Reply

    Mmmmmmm looks so good 😀 I love dim sum. I posted a bunch of dim sum pictures on my blog check it out 😛

  2. jean says: Reply

    looks good…better than manchester?

  3. ken says: Reply

    so nice.. the last time i ate dim sum was in manchester.. =)

  4. thule a.k.a leo says: Reply

    Jin Xuan… I used to eat dim sum at their outlet in Damansara a lot! Personally, the quality is decent..
    but if I'm craving for good dim sum, I'd go to Kong Mah in Sg. Buloh! And recently there's one new joint in Puchong which I'm planning to hit very soon

  5. mimid3vils says: Reply

    the lau sar bao is a must!!!

  6. Chong says: Reply

    They have one branch in Kuchai Lama, replacing Restaurant Kam Hin

  7. J2Kfm says: Reply

    Hmm, from what I read, Jin Xuan seems to be miles better than Hong Kee. Which to me, was already too commercialized; hiring foreigners who can barely speak English, yet conversing with the customers in Cantonese! Needless to say … it was a funny moment.

  8. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    tottens~
    thx for sharing! 🙂

    jean~
    hey dear! Manchester's was better. seriously.

    ken~
    I miss manchester's dim sum. like the real HK dimsum. and lotsa varieties. too bad it's in pounds. haha

    Leo~
    Sg. Buloh? don't usually frequent that area. haha.
    thx for letting us know 🙂
    which new joint? a branch from Kong Mah?

    mimid3vils~
    but the lau sar bao here not really nice 🙁

    Chong~
    oo… we din know that ;P

    J2Kfm~
    we had a funny moment here at Jin Xuan with the foreign workers too! haha
    yea… till now.. we would usually stick to our fave dim sum in serdang and phang key @ happy garden. The last time i pay hong kee a visit was still ok. but that was more than a year ago. ;P

  9. Anonymous says: Reply

    Perhaps give a try of Old Friend Hong Kong Dim Sum (beside Puteri Mart)next to Bon Sens Beauty Saloon that row of shops. 65, Jalan Puteri 5/7, Bandar Puteri. I love their prawn spring roll.

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