|Perak Ipoh Dim Sum Restaurant | Foh San|
|Friday, 01 July 2011 00:00|
We arrived early on Sunday morning before 8 am. To our surprise, it was not that crowded as reviewed in most blogs. As soon as we walked, we found a table and be seated. Started in typical manner, we asked for chrysanthemum tea and then be given a chit. It is used to indicate the price of each dimsum serving. Operating in traditional manner, array of delectable dishes are placed on carts. They are pushed from table to table in the restaurant to serve the patrons. Anyone can pick anything they love to tuck in. This is a value added service that we appreciate since we were there with a little one. Convenience, prompt and the dishes are served warm/hot. Some items though are listed as self-service, the foreign staff were more than happy to give us a hand. Perhaps that's the advantage of having a baby on board!
Armed with two hungry mouths, everything was really tempting. Some of them looked pretty new to me, so those were what I picked. This eatery offers way more choices than the typical ones served in Penang. While my SO opted for some typical ones such as taro balls (wu gok), chee cheong fun and steamed bao.
Let us check out what are the good, great and awesome ones here.
With all the above, it cost us RM30.30 inclusive 6% govt tax. Restaurant is clean, baby chair is provided and service is above par.
We skipped the complimentary Syuen Hotel's breakfast for Foh San. Did we make the right choice? Maybe you have the answer
51 Jalan Leong Sin Nam
30300 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia.
Phone: +60 5 2540308
|Last Updated on Monday, 06 June 2011 20:38|