I visit family in Melaka every other year over the last 30 years. I have made a decision NOT to have Dim Sum any more in Melaka - as they are all so poor - from the perspective of Hong Kong taste. Tim Ho Wan was the better one but the menu limited and prices were more than double the local outlets. I also went to Zhong Hua - opens early and easy to park. I also used to go to Ramada's Long Fen (O.K. but Halal), De Ocean (limited menu), Garden (limited menu). The problem for me is 1. None of them serve my favourite Beef Cheung Fun. 2. The prawns inside Har Kau are not King Prawns but chopped up small prawns. 3. No prawns inside Siu Mi (No prawns inside Won Ton is the same problem for me) 4. The other items using "fish paste" all taste the same and same texture . (I suspect the "fish paste" is bought from the Fish Ball suppliers and thus ALL STANDARDISED). 5 The biggest problem for someone with Hong Kong taste is almost ALL DIM SUM items are just too sweet - too much sugar - including Yam/ Taro Croquette (Kuo Kwok), Char Siu Buns, Chicken Buns, Deep Fried Glutinous Rice Dumplings. Even the Chilli Sauce is too sweet for me. 6. I do not have congee/ porridge in Malaysia because it is too thick - the Teo Chow style - grains of rice in water. However, DragonI 's "Canton I" run two Hong Kong style restaurants in K.L. - with some items like Won Tons flown in daily from Hong Kong. There are also a couple of other Hong Kong restaurants in K.L. So when I am in Melaka and fancy some Dim Sum/ Won Ton Noodles, I drive (1.5 hours) to K.L.