Jan 25, 2011

Foh San Dim Sum Restaurant, Ipoh

Finally persuaded my parents to come over since the our very last family visit many years ago when Foh San was still in the old restaurant. Gave an assurance that time it had improved. We avoided here most of the time due to the crowd. Difficult to enjoy the good food that time, as customers were waiting beside, indicating you to leave as soon as possible after you eat so that they can have a seat too. Waiters and waitresses were too busy to serve as well.

This time we came during the weekday so it was less crowded. We enjoyed our meal with minimum fuss. My parents absolutely loved it. It was cosy and calm as we sat near the man made water fountain/water fall. Looks cleaner and more hygienic as well. Usually, it would be crowded here in the weekends. Come very early in the morning to avoid the crowd, maybe around 6.30am - 7.30am. Customers will be queuing even before 8 am.

We ordered our all time favourite dim sum dishes. Generally the dim sum was quite good, very authentic and traditional. They are many choices to choose from. The Har Gao (Prawn Dumpling) was the best. Super translucent dumpling skin that didn't break easily. Fresh big shrimps. Sadly, don't have a picture here. All of it disappeared right before our very eyes before I have the chance to take a photo...(giggles)..

Steamed fish ball.

*Based on Personal Opinion, the author did not received any form of monetary or non-monetary compensation. 

Restoran Foh San Sdn. Bhd.
Address: 51 Jalan Leong Sin Nam, 30300 Ipoh, Perak Darul Ridzuan, Malaysia
Tel: (605) 254 0308
Fax: (605) 253 5432


*Map obtained from Foh San Website.*


Serline said...

Yummm, makes me miss authentic Dim Sum from back home...

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

There is one in SS2 Petaling Jaya ... The Fish Ball is nice !!

snowwhite said...

Wow, they make me hungry!! I want to try all of them!! All my family love Chinese cusine!


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