The place is air-conditioned and we managed to get a seat by sharing a table. Generally, we found the deep fried dim sum to be of good quality. The steamed items were not as hot when it made its way to our corner of the restaurant, therefore the taste wasn't as good as you might expect. Dim sum here is reasonably priced, between RM2.40 to RM4.10 per plate.
Dim sum at Ming Court
Siew Mai and Deep Fried Prawn Wantan
Sesame ball with lotus paste
Har gao. This was ordinary.
Deep fried bean curd
Mochi with crushed peanuts
Chee cheong fun with prawn
Lo Mai Kai
Yam puff. The pastry was flaky but the filling was pretty average
Price: Total bill RM50.50. (13 dim sum items + tea for 3 pax)
Location: Ming Court Hong Kong Tim Sum, 32, 34, 36 Jalan Leong Sin Nam, 30300 Ipoh, Perak.
Tel: 05-255 7134
GPS Coordinates: 4.597066, 101.085865
Then we went for some egg tarts at Egg Tarts King, recommended by our local friend. They serve Portuguese egg tarts (RM2.50), normal and pandan egg tarts (RM1.60), and also siew pau (RM1.80). These are best eaten warm.
We tapau-ed some back for the kids - you can reheat them slightly in the oven before eating.
So long Ipoh.
Location: Egg Tarts King, 2 Jalan Panglima, Ipoh Perak.
Tel: 010-909 5346.
GPS Coordinates: 4.596737, 101.078110
*This is a guest post by The Unc.
Part 1 Ipoh: Keng Nam + Qing Xin Ling
Part 2 Ipoh: Nam heong + Kong Heng + Thean Chun
Part 3 Ipoh: Kedai Makanan Rasa Lain Bercham + Restoran Tuck Kee, Ipoh
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