FU SAN DIM SUM @ Ipoh 富山香港點心茶樓

Fu San is most famous for dim sum in Ipoh and their new restaurant had moved to the dim sum street with it grandly and gorgeously renovated. The new Fu San had start operating







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Double skin steamed milk

As the name suggest, a dessert made from milk. Soft, melt in my mouth and I sensed a bit of ginger on my tongue. Do not expect something sweet.

 





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Steamed rice rolls HK style chee cheong fun – prepared with sweet soy sauce, garnished with fried shallots and sesame seeds, and accompanied by 2 pieces of vegetable.


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Loh Mai Gai - Steamed glutinious rice with chicken, shiitake mushroom and Chinese sausage










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SIU mai - seasoned ground pork, whole and chopped shrimp, Chinese black mushroom, lye water dough
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Xia gau-They are made of ingredients wrapped in a translucent rice flour or wheat starch skin Wit shrimp and meat..



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The fried carrot cake had plenty of beansprouts, eggs, dried shrimp, garlic and spring onions.

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The wu kok was tasty and not too greasy.














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Fried Yong Tau Fu 
Eggplant and red chillies Filled wit fish and pork mix meat,nice Deco On top,slice red onion and slice cucumber..


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4 of us ate alot,eat till full full......



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blended garlic chillies sos , just something like KAMPUNG KOH chillies sos...

sweet sause in red...don't really know what it made from...really something different...

and the yellow sause in the sweet sause is something like wasabi dude...really no idea about that..haha


ordering is mostly on a self-service basis. You either pick your orders from the counter or from the trolley that is seen being pushed around.


their concept roughly just like classic or antic looks...nice Deco by the way 







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the Lau Shar Pau is actually a Lai Yao Bao (Corn Custard Bun) with a twist. Incorporating salted egg yolk as partner, Best taken when hot, break the bun to check out the oozing filling! Do not scald your tongue in the process.



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nice eviroments....
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BBQ Pork Bun (char siu bao)

By the end of the day, we were all very satisfied with this meal as we rate this one of the best Dim Sum so far we have come across, fresh, and not only that, the most important is their price which turns out to be pretty cheap
















must try when u visit IPOH.......

Restoran Foh San Ipoh: 
51 Jalan Leong Sin Nam,
30300 Ipoh,
Perak.
Tel: (605) 254-0308 
Fax: (605) 253-5432

GPS Coordinates : N4 35.815 E101 05.168



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