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4am Dim Sum at Pudu Cafe

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Pudu Cafe located at Pudu Market

Lately I had been very busy myself and noticed that I had not been blogging regularly. Please accept my apologies. I guessed with such a busy schedule, I still make time for food indulging. My latest recent discovery was this old boys 4 o’clock morning Dim Sum joint located at Pudu market, city centre.

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Dim Sum Galore Zuan Yuan of One World Hotel

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We had an early start yesterday, some of us woke up as early as 5.30am, well I was up only at about 6.30am. It was a big day as we were heading to Putrajaya for the Hot Air Balloon Show. It was awesome, it was one of the only occasion that you can see a sea of DSLR cameras. The site was so full of colours and was so striking beautiful. I will defintely be updating about this event soon. We left the site and headed for a heavy brunch recommended by Ken Chan.

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Kok Wei & Ching Yee Wedding Cupcakes Petite Flowers

Ching Yee & Kok Wei

Kok Wei & Ching Yee had their wedding reception prepared many months ahead and so was their wedding cupcakes. Ching Yee wanted a clay hand sculptured topper of themself to be placed on top of the mini cake with petite flowers and the main colour of the wedding cupcake will be pink. With this request I was put to task! :)

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Hong Kee Dim Sum, Petaling Jaya

If you are around Petaling Jaya area during the weekends, Hong Kee Dim Sum is the place to be and to have your Dim Sum breakfast. Hong Kee is located at SS22, Damansara Jaya, Petaling Jaya. I also came to know few food bloggers are going crazy with Hong Kee Dim Sum. As for me I would say Hong Kee Dim Sum is above average.


I got to say I adored this one, “Loh Mai Kai” (Chicken, chinese mushroom steam with glutinous rice). So delicious and just the right recipe!



“Hor Yip Fan” Glutinous rice in lotus leave also one of my favourite. It is similar to “Loh Mai Kai” but with the present of egg yolk, the taste had been really enhanced tremendiously.

“Siew Mai” (meat dumpling) is lovely too. I love those meat texture and so juicy!

“Har Gaw” (shrimp dumpling) is not too bad but prefer that the shrimp be more meaty. The skin was not too thick which is good.


“Woo KoK” (yam dumpling) is great too but I still adore Bidor’s Pun Chun yam dumplings.


The deep fried beancurd sheet with shrimp filling is one of my favoutirt dim sum all the time beside the “Har Gaw”. I love shrimps!

As for this one, the deep fried pastry with shrimps was not my cup of tea at all, I was totally let down as it was not prepared properly. It would had been a fantastic dim sum but due to the oil collected, makes the pastry turned soggy.


Oh! dessert is our specialty but we truely enjoy this two pastries, the sesame ball pastry was good and the egg tart was so marvellous.

So what are we waiting for, let go to Hong Kee for Dim Sum . . . . Sidney

Pastries from Canton-I, One Utama, Petaling Jaya

Got to let you know that I had been eyeing these pastries for ages. I spotted them the first day when I was walking past by Canton-I with Sunny Yaw. What striked me that day was the pineapple paste, looks so petite and so adorable, I told myself I have to get my hands on them and eat it! They look similar to “Woo Kok” (yam pastry) but they are rather petitely presented. Gosh, this little devils really know how to make me salivating! Such a festish and so desirable! This lead to having to own them, but just for a few second as they all end up being process in my bulgy stomach!


A Roasted Meat Pastry for RM2.00each. A very rich pastry, crispy, soft and melting fillings. Such adorable one.

An Egg Tart for RM1.50each. Very flaky pastry and the egg custard is so adorable.

A Piggy Custard Bun for RM2.20each. Very attractive looking bun, soft, silky and as usual the custard is fantastic.

A Crispy BBQ Pork for RM2.00each. A very interesting bun. Soft and yet crispy on the top, not forgetting those lovely BBQ Pork comes with a hint of sweet sauce.

A Pineaple Paste for RM1.50each. Lovely and gorgeous. Not too sweet and yet not too sour. A spot on taste!

I will definitely pack more of this pastry home the next round and not forgeting to invite my friends over for some chinese tea! . . . . .. . . . Sidney

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