Another Dim Sum breakfast treated by Chris. This time he suggested the outlet nestled in Happy Garden, KL. Known as Phang Key. After several compliments from him on the terrific porridge they offer here, he finally decided to bring me along with my lil bro. For the first few times… he went here without me!
But it’s OK now, as I’ve tasted the delicious-ness that he had been raving about! ;P
Since Chris said that this place will be packed with lotsa people, we went there earlier. Wake up early in the morning and headed straight for our breakfast. Located after Sri Petaling and before Taman OUG, this place is easily spotted.
Chris’s recommendation turned out to be true after all. There were a lot of customers ordering and lots of take-a-ways as well. Without further consideration, we ordered 3 bowls of it right away. Even my lil’ bro loved it as he don’t really fancy porridge. Only for RM2.70, a generous amount of thick, ingredient filling portion will be served. The first time I’m eating a bowl of porridge so full of ingredients in a dim sum house. Perhaps I’ve not tried other places, but this is the best I had so far~ Century egg porridge with hidden savoured ingredients!
However, the siu mai was just lukewarm. They don’t seem to be appealing but still tasted OK, claimed bro.
Fried Fishballs were bouncy 🙂
The Vege Wrapped steamed meat was good but I only managed to take a bite, as I noticed there were prawns in them! SoBz…
Sweet and Sour Meatballs had my vote. Nothing much I can eat~~~ but this was tasty.
The HK Chee Cheong Fun was way way better than the one I had at Yuen Garden. Prepared fast, pleasantly tasted and most importantly, piping hot!
Another must-order is the Yam Puffs with Barbecued Pork filling (Wu Kok) When we ordered these, they are just out from the oven minutes ago… so they’re still very hot and crispy! The tasty barbecued pork wrapped around with the crispy yam was a very good combination. Remember to order ya! Unforgettable…
The total bill came up to about RM22++ for 3 person. I can’t exactly remember the price but this is an approximate. Reasonable price definitely! If I could take prawns, think I could wallop more @_@
65, Jalan Lazat Satu,
Off Jalan Klang Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-7982 8327
Business Hour : 6am – 12.30pm
17 Replies to “Phang Key: A Dim Sum Breakfast @ Jalan Lazat”
CCF! Craving for HK CCF 🙁
It was quite cheap, RM12 for 3 person? Btw, I stay in that area, where exactly is the place? Wai Sik Gai or somewhere near the sat night pasar malam?
RM12 per person or for 3 person? Everything looks good. The congee looks so ‘meen’, just the way i like it. Ok, tummy grumbling now…must head off for dinner!
Oh…I would like to have the porridge for my breakfast too…and the sweet & sour meatball…hmm…delicious!
haven’t had any CCF for a long time? maybe you could have some as breakfast tomorrow! good idea? drop by somewhere.. or even here! Is it too far from your workplace?
Yikes! so sorry.. typing error! it’s RM22 for 3 person! Eh…. I’m not really familiar with the place but it’s at the shop lots before taman OUG.. I’ll check it out with Chris again and let you know! 🙂
Sorry ya… typing error! RM22 for 3 person 🙂 Yea.. the congee is very “meen” I love my porridge to be “meen” too! You should drop by one day if you have the time. Have to go early if u wanna order the congee… Sold out quite fast.
Porridge for breakfast is satisfying enough for me too. Especially this porridge.. yum 😉
same goes to the meatballs~ thumbs up!
Never read your blog at this time of hour… this is killng me man!!! Am hungry now!!! 🙁
Wah! you went with ah chris. i call him go with me then he said bored with tim sum already hahaha… See!! this is the different friend and G-Friend.
this is the porridge u highly recommended??? whoa… there re really genous amoung of filling. dim sum… wat i nice meal u had. wait til u c mine… SoBzzz
Go to Kam Hin in Kuchai Lama for nice and cheap dim sum! 😉
new kid on the blog~
haha.. I find reading a food blog at night is torturing too! did u had supper? 😀
is it? maybe i kept bugging him to bring me for have dim sum until he’s bored already! oops…
yes.. this is the one. have read your post. Really not that nice? after you exam, we shall go venture for nice dim sum k?
tankiasu suggested a nice one 🙂
thanks ya. I’ll mark that down right away! 🙂 Nice and cheap some more!
Christine, you’re the total opposite of me…I prefer prawns and seafood to meat ler:D:D
But the price was reasonable here…
hmmm… very reasonably priced oh ^_^
OMG! So cheap! I also want! precious pea, come we go!
alright great! i can’t wait to have dim-sum with you! know wat?! i’m ‘prisoned’ in my hse. jz becz of the stupid final exam. oh god!!!
really can’t wait to have nice meal with u guys~
I love the porridge here! Very yummy stuff.
haha.. Actually I prefer prawns! Too bad I’ve developed the allergy to them these 2 years 🙁 Sobz…
and the pricing here is agreeable. Cheap 🙂
Yea. Does your place offer any cheap and delicious dim sum as well? 🙂
big boys oven~
only ask precious pea ah? what about me? LoL
Hang on gal. You can through this. Think of our eating trips as a… motivation! haha. We’ve got lots to try 🙂 and Lick wanna bring us around Bdr. Puteri Puchong for foods!
bet you’ve tried right? and it’s really a good one. Looks like it’s agreed by most people 🙂
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