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Royal China Restaurant @ D'Junction, Penampang

Monica Wednesday, October 20, 2010 , , , ,
Royal China Restaurant
D-Junction, 2nd Floor,
Jalan Penampang, 88300 KK.
Tel: 088-703300, Fax: 088-729900
Food: 4/5
Service: 5/5
Cleanliness: 4/5
Visit reviewed: 16/10/10
About two months ago, Danny told me that Royal China was having a Dim Sum promotion on every Wed and Sat. However, due to my odd working hours, I couldn't really find a chance to try the Dim Sum at Royal China.

Since the news I received was not updated, I was just trying my luck when I suggested to have Dim Sum at Royal China today. Surprisingly, the promotion had been extended till end of Nov'10. We are just lucky!
Tit Bits RM4.00
Although the restaurant was packed, they still managed to served us efficiently. A moment after we sit down, tit bits was served.
Siu Mai
The Siu Mai was made from minced pork and prawn. Tasted fresh and good.
Beef Ball
The Beef Ball was okay. It contained too much flour and it covered the taste of the beef.
Beancurd Roll
The Beancurd Roll used minced pork as filling. The taste was not bad.
Loh Mai Kai
My craving for Loh Mai Kai had been a while. Finally, I get a taste of it. The glutinous rice was flavourful. It absorbed the gravy of the chicken, Chinese sausages and Char Siu. Tasted sweet with a hint of saltiness.
Braised Chicken Feet
The Braised Chicken Feet was soft. The chicken feet absorbed the gravy so well. It tasted sweet and fragrantly good with black bean taste.
Salad Prawn Dumpling
The deep-fried prawn dumpling was a little bit cold. However, it was still crispy. The succulent taste of the prawn made the dish tasted good.
Wu Kok (Yam Pastry)
The Wu Kok was delicious. Thin and crispy pastry with Char Siu filling. The sweet and savoury taste of the Wu Kok was just right.
Total Bill = RM26.75 (After 50% discount)
The prices of the Dim Sum that we ordered vary from RM3.80 to RM5.80 before the discount. The Chinese Tea cost RM2.00 per person.
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