Friday, 8 March 2013

Joyous Shanghai (悅上海) Dim Sum

Being as part of Lok Thian Restaurant, Joyous Shanghai (悅上海) is located on the top floor. Well-known for its Chinese dishes at night, Joyous Shanghai also sells Dim Sum in the morning. According to a few friends, the Dim Sums are good, but kind of pricey. And so, we decided to give it a try.

Served with hot Chinese tea upon arrival.
Interior view

Very "Chinese"-looking menu
Took some time before our orders arrived.
Custard Bun

Siew Mai. 
Shanghai Steamed Soup Dumplings (小笼包). Must handle with care so that the skin would not burst and the soup would not overflow. The pork broth was a little bit too strong.
Glutinous Rice with Chicken - Lo Mai Kai (糯米鸡). Nice! Chicken pieces, peanuts and mushrooms are the main ingredients wrapped in the glutinous rice.
Pan-Fried Pork Dumplings

Egg Tarts. I just love egg tarts.
Pork Stomach steamed with Salted Vege and Chili. A new and special dish. 
As we ordered a lot of the porky dim sums, the taste of pork was too strong for us, but overall, I enjoyed my dim sums! :D Price-wise, the total was ~RM56, so was that cheap or expensive or reasonable?

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