Thursday, May 19, 2016

Pat Kin Pat Sun 不见不散茶餐厅 - Hong Kong and Malaysia Food Culture

2 April 2016 - Whenever I run out of idea to seek for better food around Ampang or Cheras area, first place that crossed my mind would be Pat Kin Pat Sun 不见不散茶餐厅.

I believe Pat Kin Pat Sun is on the pipeline along with others famous Hong Kong cafe in Malaysia, for eg: Kim Gary and Wong Kok. Started since 2005, it has more than 5 branches in Malaysia, giving you surprisingly delicious food, a fair food presentation yet very good price. When I say good price, this means sometimes their food can be even cheaper than the local coffee shop food price.

Their orange colour signboard and set up of the cafe always giving you the sunshine heart-warming welcome to their cafe.

How crazy low price they can be? Maybe just RM 3 for a cold drink, or probably RM 5 for one dish of simple noodle. (What?!)

I flip through their menu for 15 minutes, only to decide what to eat, based on the special deals, and to see what are tempting to have on my table. Know why? their menu is full of variesties and choices, I think it can be even compete with Wong Kok menu, up to 60 kinds of food and drinks.

You might be surprised, their dimsum is the talk of the town. So we ordered the har gao (prawn dumpling), siew mai (pork dumpling) and the classic chee cheong fun.

Ordered a bowl of soupy handmade noodle, however the soup is just taste like ajinamoto, salt and hot water. The dry soya sauce noodle at the side? It's only carbo, lots of cabbage, both are nothing much to shout about.

I do come here only for dim sum, and probably a try on Hong Kong milk tea. I come here because food is very cheap. To make me remember how good the food was in a restaurant, probably they need to mark out their signature dishes instead.

PKPS also caters for special events and functions.

Pat Kin Pat Sun 不见不散茶餐厅

Add: 111g-115g , Jalan 1/91 , Taman Shamelin Perkasa Cheras , 56100 K.L.

Business Hour: Monday to Sunday & Public Holiday: 8:00am - 2:00am

Tel: 03-9283 1929


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Now, wherelse to get nice dimsum in KL? Or what's your experience in Pat Kin Pat Sun?
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