Friday, July 15, 2005

Tim Sum @ Tai Zi Heen, Prince Hotel & Residence.

Tim Sum was the thought of the day. Decided to head to Tai Zi Heen in Prince Hotel in Jalan Conlay for lunch.



Started off with the tim sum staple, siew mai. The ones served here are topped with flying fish roe which give a nice texture to the dish. The siew mai itself is rather ordinary but good none the less.



We then had cha siew pao. The cha siew pao here is quite nice too. They use chicken instead of pork but still managed to keep the taste. The skin was nice and soft and fluffy. We then had a few others dishes, chee cheong fun (with fresh scallops and prawns) and others. Were too busy eating that we forgot to take pictures. Sorry! It wont happen again. Promise! :D



Anyway, the next dish was the phoenix dumpling (sure that this is the wrong name but its something like that). It is basically a piece of fish paste topped with a raddish, some flying fish roe and sharks fin. Found this dish to be quite good and special.



For dessert, we ordered these (picture above). Cant remember the name but its a pastry filled with fresh strawberries and some strawberry jam. The whole thing was deep fried and the pastry was covered in sesame seeds. Also quite special and nice as well!!

Makan Kings ratings = 7 out of 10

-Makan Kings-

4 Comments:

Anonymous Kyels said...

The pics are cool and the dim sums.. Yummy!!!

9:59 PM, July 15, 2005  
Blogger Makan Kings said...

kyels,

Thanks for visiting our humble blog! Yeah, the tim sum here is quite good. Actually think that the one at Hilton KL is better. You can have a look here

2:03 AM, July 16, 2005  
Anonymous Penang Kia said...

Yah , KL hilton dim sum is better than prince hotel dim sum. I like the egg tart at hilton hotel.

2:12 PM, July 17, 2005  
Blogger Makan Kings said...

penang kia,

Yes. The egg tarts are really good!! Hilton's tim sum is better compared to the one in Prince. But we like the strawberry desert in Prince!

Cheers,
-Makan Kings-

2:43 PM, July 17, 2005  

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