Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Tuck Kee Dim Sum, Jln Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong

Tuck Kee has two separate sections; one of it is an air conditioned restaurant and a makeshift stall outside that serve dim sum. I normally go to Tuck Kei for my midnight snacks......or shall I say early morning snacks. The dim sum starts from 6am to 3am in the morning. The porridge is real yummy but unfortunately I forgot to take its pictures. They have many tasty dim sum; my favourites being the porridge, chicken feet, fried chun kin (like lobak but with prawn meat), siew mai and wu kok. There are lots of ingredients in the porridge like dried mussels, scallops, century eggs and chicken meat. Tuck Kei porridge and chun kin are in my highly recommended list if you were to visit this restaurant. The total bill for 7 types of dim sum and tea came out to be RM29.30.

The makeshift dim sum restaurant and the aircon section of Tuck Kee.

My favourite dim sum; Chicken feet and chun kin (lobak like but with prawns filling)

Fish ball......................................................................Siew Mai Har Kau........................................................................Shark Fin Siew Mai Tuck Kee Dim Sum No. 39, Jalan Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri, Kepong, 52100 Kuala Lumpur Tel : 03 62742486, 62753857 Fax : 03 62742486 HP : 019 3321643 Opening Hours : 6am to 3am Map to Tuck Kei, Jalan Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri

Related links (Dim Sum) : http://peteformation.blogspot.com/search/label/Dim%20Sum

10 comments:

cleffairy said...

*sigh* now you're making me want to eat dim sum.... huhuhuhu.... my husband sleep liao, cannot drag him out to eat! :-(

The siew mai looks very nice... aiyohh!

eunice said...

dim sum for supper, fat wor! XD

Hey, the girl jumping in my Sentosa post is my friend, not me! XD

Lisa said...

all of these makes me so hungry

Pete said...

Cleff : Slowly whisper 'siew mai', siew mai, siew mai into your hubby's ear, he sure wakes up and take you out for supper lorrr, ha ha!

Eunice : I want to put on weight leh, LOL. Opps, I thought the girl was u. Sunset pics, cannot see face clearly lorrr. Ha Ha!

Lisa : Thks for dropping by my blog. I was hungry too after posting this post. Just had a early morning supper of fried bihun. LOL.

foongpc said...

I like dim sum but porridge and chicken feet are not my favourites. But my mom likes them, so maybe I should bring her there : )

garfield said...

pete, u live around sri damansara 1 ar?
coz i see most of those place u go and eat is near by there...

levian said...

i remembered going for dimsum at 2am when i was in KL, it was kinda cool sitting beside the road side. :p

Calvin Soo KJ said...

i had a lot of dimsum whenever im in kl. but never bothered to know the names. i usually choose those colourful ones and of course those with prawns...hehehe.

Monica said...

I always take dim sum for supper too! love everything except porridge :-D

Youngest said...

nice blog and like the foods too! hey! thanks for the comment and suggestions, hot milk usually makes me feel good before i sleep. have a wonderful week!

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