This restaurant was recommended by a taxi driver and apparently it has been in business for over 30 years. There is a wide variety of dim sum to choose from and they are served by the staff using the traditional method with trays, allowing you to choose at your table. Prices of the dim sum range from RM2.20 to RM5.00, with majority around RM 3.00. The food is pretty good although I had tasted better ones elsewhere (of course a lot more expensive too). There were a lot of staff and they were very friendly and helpful. The restaurant is not airconditioned so it was a bit hot, but I prefer this traditional feel than a new style airconditioned one that can easily be found in Singapore.
Overall, with such affordable prices and friendly staff, this place is really worth going.
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