Yuen Garden Dim Sum House @ Puchong


Exams are finally over! Battling with the exam nerves throughout these few weeks was really not an experience to mesmerize! Really need some ‘real’ relaxation before getting ‘hypertensive’ effect again when the results are out….

The holidays that I’ve been anticipating…
So many back dated posts to catch up!
Kinda bewildered…

I’m so mad with FlickR photo sharing right now! Connectivity way low! can’t upload my pics!

Let’s focus on food right now! *yikes!* I’ve gotta eat more! *lose weight already!* Thanks to my Uni!

Decided to have a dim sum breakfast after an early swimming session with Chris, we met his cousins at the Yuen Garden Dim Sum House and we were late ;( So, we didn’t get to capture some of the dishes ordered. However, I’ve still some delicious recommendations!

I just love their portion of Loh Mai Kai (the glutinous rice with chicken). Tasty, the essence of the sauce just penetrate well into the glutinous rice. With tender chicken meat, mushrooms…. Hmm.. Perhaps it’s been too long since I last tasted any ‘delicious’ loh mai kai.

The Steamed Spare Ribs is also a tempting one. Gravy embedded firmly on the pork was flourished with deep aroma 🙂 Not bad… Ok. I’m exaggerating because I was way too hungry after swimming. But yes, it’s still well accepted.

Another glutinous rice serving that should be tried, the Loh Mai Fan! Presented beautifully on our table, I can’t wait to land my chopsticks on them! Still drooling @_@ worth trying!

What about dim sums? I didn’t get to try any as the presence of those evil prawns just shoved me off! Allergy … I hate you!

Siu Mai was an ordinary one, claimed Chris.
Same goes to the Har Kau.

I suddenly had a powerful desire for Egg Tarts and made an order quickly. When they are served, those cute little mini tarts just grabbed my attention as I preferred having the mini versions lots! Tasted like Tong Kee’s definitely!

Well, didn’t really like their HK chee cheong fun.. The gravy was kinda sweet and not really up to my liking. Anyone who have tried?

At affordable price, our orders were ranged from RM2.50 – RM3.00.
Tired of having noodles as breakfasts? Check this place out. However, there’s one disappointment… Slow service! No doubt that this place is loaded with lots of customers, but we don’t really get to try the variety if dim sums offered as we’re not served. Most of the times, we have to call out for orders 🙁

Gonna plan ahead on spending the days fully 🙂 Shall not waste them… my long awaited extended period of recreation!


Yuen Garden Dim Sum House
Jalan Kenari 18,

Bandar Puchong Jaya,

Tel: 03-80763818

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7 Replies to “Yuen Garden Dim Sum House @ Puchong”

  1. I hate you!

    i am starving at this moment! hate to read food reviews at this late but i jz can’t stop myself.

    hmm… loh mai kai n loh mai fan are so not in my mind. but i love the Har Gau in every dim sum!~

    hehehe, it would eb nice to have dim sum with you cz no one will steal Har Gau from me *wink*

  2. New Kid on the Blog says: Reply

    lo mai kai…. do they have sang chow lo mai???

  3. wenching & esiong says: Reply

    wow, ur post reminded me that it’s been a long time since i last had dim sum. anyway, the food looks good, starving now!

  4. Oh how nice, make full use of ur freedom to try new food yah. 😉 Drive and eat safe!

  5. why din upload the pic with blogspot ?

    the egg tarts !! so delicious looking…. ^_^

  6. Big Boys Oven says: Reply

    looks so delicious and I am starving now!

  7. ~Christine~Leng says: Reply

    yer… don’t ler! ;P
    it’s very torturing to read food blog at night! so.. control yourself ya! haha. Why you don’t like glutinous rice? delicious! Ok.. you can have all the har gaus! there goes my prawns! 🙂

    new kid on the blog~
    er… I’m not so sure. Their loh mai kai and loh mai fan are nice. Don’t know about the sang chow lo mai…

    go have some dim sum soon 🙂 I’m waiting for your review ya!

    thx! I will 🙂 more food! 😉

    ‘cos I wanted my pics to look bigger. So, i’ve to upload them to flickR first 🙂 It’s ok now already. The egg tarts really had my vote. yummy. Feel like having them now!

    big boys oven~
    maybe you could ‘ta pao’ some dim sum as lunch! haha..

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