Monday, July 21, 2014

More choices @ Good Happiness

They told me to come here for good dim sum and reasonable prices.  It is a big Chinese restaurant.  When you walk in, you feel like you are in a real Chinese restaurant in China for dim sum breakfast. Heard the chef is from China, so I assume that the dim sum is authentic enough. Indeed they have extensive choice of dim sum.

Of course we would never miss in ordering char siew pau when we have dim sum.  Not bad.  Better than what we had here a week ago.
I do not know what this called as hubby ordered all the dim sum.  But the skin tasted like ang gu kueh.  
But the ingredient is mixture of minced meat and prawns.

Hubby tasted its lo mai kai; I did not tasted it.  Never a fan of lo mai kai. 


These steamed minced meats were not to my liking but my son ate a lot of them. It a bit salty, as I think they added salted fish to the mince.


I like the steamed pork rib.  Tender and well marinated. 

The har kau was nice as well. Love the fresh prawns in the translucent skins. 

The kids enjoyed its deep fried calamari, which I thought was so-so. The coating was a bit burnt but the calamari was tender.

The chee cheong fun on the other hand, was too sweet for me. 

Lastly but not least the waiter recommended this seafood porridge.  It was great with the fried seaweed on the top of the porridge.

Overall our breakfast cost around RM60.00, which was cheap; as we have free flow of Chinese tea.  Great breakfast I have to say; we would not mind come back again for dim sum. However the only complaint that I had was flies. Saw few flying on our table while we were eating. I suspected they got in from the kitchen door which was opened for easier access of staff and dim sum trolleys. Otherwise I wonder how flies can be found at an enclosed and air-con restaurant!!


13 comments:

Sharon D said...

Wow...that looks pretty delicious! The kueh looks cute too :D

ChrisAu said...

Nice spread of dim sum ! It seems you have been having dim sum lately.

Princess Ribbon said...

Nice dimsum.. Siew mai and fried fish balls are a must if I eat dimsum.. Seafood porridge looks interesting with that fried seaweed..

Somewhere in Singapore said...

Har kow is a must for me if i eat dim sum...

trishie said...

Stu and I enjoy dimsum for brunch on the weekends. So yum!

Ez Vina said...

Same like me, don't really like Lo Mai Kai. I love good har kau.

reana claire said...

I don't mind trying them all, the porridge also looks good, at first I thought the toppings were meat floss... eating dim sum is not cheap, it is like having a full meal with rice and dishes. :)

reana claire said...

I don't mind trying them all, the porridge also looks good, at first I thought the toppings were meat floss... eating dim sum is not cheap, it is like having a full meal with rice and dishes. :)

reana claire said...

I don't mind trying them all, the porridge also looks good, at first I thought the toppings were meat floss... eating dim sum is not cheap, it is like having a full meal with rice and dishes. :)

suituapui said...

You did not order the lau sar pao? Chef from Shanghai, they said. My favourite dim sum place in town, nicer than all the rest. Not fond of the lor mai kai, not the kind I like - the ones in the steel bowls. The Foochow fried noodles very nice wor...next time must order. You didn;t try the three-flavour siew mai? Nice also. Next time you go, call me, ok... You belanja, of course, lah! :D

mun said...

The price is really cheap! Everything looks good. I want to eat the glutinous rice dish. My fav.

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Would you believe if I say that I got to know Dim Sum when I was 20 years old and I discovered it in Penang instead of Sarawak. That was how naive i was about Dim Sum. Hahahah!

I always buy Dim Sum ever since for breakfast.

Merryn said...

It's nice to have dimsum but it's kind of pricey as we love ordering lots and lots of varieties. Ended up getting a heart attack when the bill arrive >_<