Dim Sum at Tuck Sai Cafe, Penang

Last Sunday I had my breakfast, dim sim at Tuck Sai Cafe with my family. Tuck Sai Cafe located just behind the building formerly known as Federal theater and now already changed to cafe called Federal Place if not mistaken. Why we go there? As I heard that dim sim there is nice and consider cheap so can't wait to have it a try. Overall, I felt satisfy with the foods and the services. Although there quite a lot of peoples but they served you friendly and helpful enough and foods are delicious too.

Dim Sim at Tuck Sai cafe actually consider quite traditional as there is not self-service as other dim sum nowadays in Penang and they didn't used the push car to deliver their dim sum too. Customers just need to sit there and you will be served by waiters/waitress walking around with the bamboo basket that filled with their variety of dim sum. You can just pick and choose your favorite dim sum from the basket. Is so easy...I prefer this style as no need queue for long at the counter to choose the foods...Hehe...

By the way, after paid the bill I feel the price really consider cheap for me as we ate around 36 plates for 5pax and only charged for RM 57. That mean less than RM2.

Tuck Sai Cafe that located at Jalan Dato Keramat
Chinese Tea which is the must for Dim Sum to lightening the richness of foods
Random shooting while I am waiting for the waiters/waitress
This is the signature item for dim sum -- Steamed Prawn Pork Dumpling ( Har Kau)
Another signature item which I must ordered when go for dim sum -- White Turnip Cake with Shrimps (Lo Pak Kou)
This is my dad's favorite -- Steamed BBQ Pork Bun ( Char Sio Bao)
Fried Fish Ball
Steamed Fish Ball
Deep Fried Prawn Roll
Deep Fried Prawn Dumpling
Steamed Chicken Paws with Bean Sauce
Glutinous Rice ( Lor Mai Gai)
Steamed Pork Ribs (Bak Kut)
Hong Kong Style Steamed Prawn Rice Roll -- I feel slightly oily for this
Deep Fried Prawn with Leeks

Tuck Sai Cafe
Jalan Dato' Keramat
Just behind the Federal Place (Formerly known as Federal Theater)

7 comments:

  1. So, must make it a point to visit this place should I pop over to Penang, yup, it's cheap.

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  2. oh this looks wonderful! I just had my first dim sum lunch this year and love it!

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  3. Yes..is nice and worthy to try it when visit Penang =P

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  4. Wow, must be the most authentic dim sum I've ever seen! Everything looks so fresh and yummy!

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  5. Im just drooling all over my keyboard!! Must make a trip to Penang and you can bring me around.

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  6. Yes, Jeroxie...you can plan your trip ya...we can go hunt the good food together in Penang...hehehe

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