Yuan Le Dim Sum at Bandar Puteri Puchong - Sebrinah Yeo

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Sunday, 20 August 2017

Yuan Le Dim Sum at Bandar Puteri Puchong

My husband was craving for some dim sum and the local dim sum restaurant behind our place was packed on a Sunday morning. So we decided to go further all the way down to Bandar Puteri, Puchong.





We sometimes travel here for food because there's a good option of seafood, steamboats and dim sum shops here. And our favourite is the Yong Tau Fu restaurant. However, today we manage to find a parking right opposite this outlet "Yuan Le Dim Sum", so we decided to give it a try.



Thankfully here was a table for us and what we love was there's a menu where you can write your orders down. The only thing is, no credit/debt card accepted. Cash term only. Hopefully this will change in the future. My husband had to walk to the bank a couple of shoplot rows away to get cash.



We ordered about 13 items and 3 of it was not available. In fact, some items on the menu indicates weekends only and such. We ordered most of the dim sums with a thumbs up recommendation on the menu.



Service was really quick and swift. In less than 10minutes the dim sums we ordered was served fresh hot one by one. I was able to snap a photo of all of it because service was quick and my husband went out with my son to the bank to get cash.



So you can imagine the tables nearby were staring at this little lady babywearing her baby with a table full of dim sum dishes!




Tastewise was pretty good!




Portion size of each dim sum is good too! I would say this place is a great place for family and friends to hang out and enjoy the weekends with dim sum and tea.



Spacious and lots of seating space available, it gets crowded in the mornings on weekends though.





Pricing I would say is really reasonable, looking at the size of their servings and the speed of their service. Worth it.



For my baby, I ordered the BBQ Pork Pau to let him have some. He loves it!



As for my son, he eats anything but his favourite was the Cheesy Fried Shrimps.





In case you're wondering, the dim sums order quantity is a norm for my family. It's not too much, it was just nice and I didn't even feel hungry after 2 to 3 hours later (which we usually do after eating dim sum elsewhere). So you can imagine the generous portion is fulfilling!



So if you're craving for some dim sum, you can opt to drop them a visit at :

Disclaimer : This is not a sponsored post. It's solely my own personal review.

1 comment:

ACWY said...

Yummy! I will go & try one of these days as Puchong is not too far :)