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Foo Phing Dim Sum @ Hilltop

Monica Wednesday, October 10, 2012 , , , , ,


Yum Cha is often treated as a weekend family day. The words 'Yum Cha' in Cantonese is usually refers to eating Dim Sum while having some tea in a restaurant.

In KK, Foo Phing Dim Sum is one of the most well-known place for Dim Sum. As Sabah is rich with sea products, especially good quality cultured prawns, Foo Phing's bestselling products; Har Gao (Prawn Dumpling) and Siew Mai King, used fresh and succulent prawns as main ingredients.

Foo Phing Dim Sum
Taman Hilltop,
Lintas 88300
Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Tel: (088) 259692
Siew Mai King
Siew Mai King consists of minced pork and succulent prawn wrapped in a thin wheat flour wrapper, steamed in a round bamboo basket. It is juicy and flavoursome. 
 
Big Pau
These Big Pau is filled with pork, chicken, hard-boiled egg wedges, turnip pieces and mushroom. The fluffy bun with juicy and slightly sweetish filling is delicious.
Mini Egg Tart
Flaky and crispy pastry filled with smooth and sweetened egg custard is a sweet delicacy you can find at the Dim Sum's cart. 
Stir-fried Carrot Cake
The Carrot Cake is made from mashed radish mixed with bits of dried shrimp, Chinese sausage, and rice flour, steamed to perfection, then cut into slices and stir-fried with bean sprouts, pickled radish and egg. It has a nice fragrant and savoury in taste.
Total Paid = RM22.00 (Including 2 X Can Drinks)
 

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