03 Mar '12, 4pm
Dim sum for breakfast? Noms!
When one relates my hometown, Ipoh , to dim sum – the famous name “Foh San” normally comes into mind. I always have an affection towards having dim sum for breakfast. As much as I like feasting on this famous Chinese cuisine, there’s always a tiny challenge. The challenge – waking up early. Being back in Ipoh on one of the weekends, I insisted on waking up early for dim sum at Foh San. Eventually, it was quite a hesitant success. Nonetheless, a trip to the famous dim sum outlet in Ipoh ensued. Here’s a typical “I-had-dim-sum-woohoo!” write-up – let’s walkthrough on some of the delicacies we had that morning for breakfast… A perfect company for dim sum – tea, served warm. We had Chrysanthemum Tea that morning. As usual, a variety of steamed dim sum. Siew Mai, Seafood Dumpling and Prawn Dumpling – to name a few. Despite numerous unpromising reviews on Foh San recently, I sti...