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Tuesday, 22 September 2015

Tim Ho Wan New Promotional Dim Sum Menu @Mid Valley - Hong Kong's Most Famous Dim Sum

Michelin Star Dim Sum Restaurant
New Range Of Mouth-Watering Promotional Menu

Famous for being the only Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong, Tim Ho Wan Malaysia are delighting diners with new range of mouth-watering promotional menu for the month of Sept and October 2015.  

Honoured and privilege to be invited again, this time around to sample some of Head Chef Tang Kam Lit and Chef Hew Wai Leong latest new dim sum menu for this season. As dim sum is my top favourite food to eat, I was both excited and curious expecting interesting and innovative things in their menu. Well, you see I set a high benchmarked to eating dim sum from this Michelin-starred restaurant. You can view my 1st review: HERE     

Let's start off with "Best to Eat" in Auntie Lilly's recommendation. 

Cereal Chicken Nuggets
RM 15.80

Cereal Chicken Nuggets was a charming treat. A wonderful creation of tasty chicken thigh coated with a mixed of flour, deep fried to perfection and stir-fried with a concoction of fragrant 'Nestum' cereal, eggs and milk for the added flavour. This is one dish I cannot stop eating as sinful as is it being deep-fried item but seriously the chefs did an excellent job to creating this delightfully tasty indulgence. 

Salted Fried Fish Skin
RM 10.80

An appetiser from the new menu, the Salted Fried Fish Skin is exclusively available in Tim Ho Wan 1 Utama outlet. Crispy and well-flavoured, the fish skin are deep-fried before being topped with chilli flakes for the extra kick. Great snack as a starter before savouring the steamed dim sum for a change.

Quail Egg Siew Mai
RM 11.80
The Pork Dumpling with Shrimp, a traditional dim sum, better known as 'siew mai' was given a twist and served topped with quail egg, delicately decorated with black sesame seeds looking so cute and adorable. Delicate skin wrapping the firm prawn paste and tender steamed pork filling, the Quail Egg Siew Mai  was simply delicious to eat in just one bite! 

Steamed Fish Maw with Prawn Paste
RM 14.80

Another new favourite, Steamed Fish Maw with Prawn Paste makes quite an impression with its fresh and bouncy texture. Chef Hew added that the prawn are specially selected premium 'pink' prawns ordered for this particular dish. The prawn paste is manually minced or chopped, not machine-blended, so lots of hand-work goes into preparing this savoury morsels. Served on a slice of fish maw, both were winners for great flavour, getting the taste and texture right. 

Dumpling With Spicy Sauce
RM 15.80

Head Chef Tang keeps it traditional with serving steamed Dumpling With Spicy Sauce. The house made special spicy black vinegar sauce makes a whole lot of difference to the simple chive meat dumpling with its sourish and savoury flavour.

Freshly Baked Egg Tarts
RM 9.80 for 3 pieces

Leave some space in your tummy for their dessert with Tim Ho Wan's Freshly Baked Egg Tarts. Boasting of a buttery crust and a smooth, silky filling, each crumbly mouthful is just simply satisfying and delicious. Chef Hew explained this dessert was taken off the menu initially as the puff pastry requires lots of handworks, quite tedious to prepare so to say. But it came back due to popular demand from its diners.   

With its signature crispy and flaky shell and silky, creamy filling, the egg tart is a perfect dessert after an awesome finish after a delicious dim sum brunch.

Besides the new range of appetisers and mouth-watering dim sum menu, Tim Ho Wan has introduced new taste for 'Evening Specials Menu' from 5pm to 10pm daily. Let's check out the following noodles, rice and even double boiled soup to whet your appetite.

Chicken Soup With Chinese Yam & Wolfberry
RM 14.80

Tim Ho Wan introduction of nutritious and healthy herbal chicken soup was a good choice. Good to take this as a starter to soothe your tired soul after a hard day work in the evening before dinner. The double boiled soup consists of chicken feet, chicken, pork, soothing herbs like wolfberry and red dates for an absolute natural sweetness and tummy-warming soup.     

Wonton Noodles Dry
RM 15.80

Noodles eater like me was delighted to see wantan or wonton noodles in the new menu. Tim Ho Wan being a Michelin-starred restaurant in Hong Kong brought in famous noodles in Hong Kong to Malaysia shores for all to savour. Unlike our local wantan noodles, these imported noodles are springy thin, delicate yet al dente, hallmark of noodles houses in Hong Kong. Diners can opt to have the dry version or soup noodles (RM 15.80) which are served in a flavourful clear broth. 

Prawn wontons on the other hand, were a class of its own - fresh chunky prawns packed into a big ping pong sized dumpling that gave a tasty crunch on every bite. Since the prawn wontons come in 4 pieces per serving, one could always order their Shrimp Wonton Soup (RM 16.80) to satisfy one's hunger or just to indulge. By proportion the prices are higher than average, but this restaurant represents good value.

Braised Pork Knuckles Noodles (Dry)
RM 19.80

Next comes the noodles dish for the pork knuckles lovers. Chunky and tender plus juicy pork knuckles braised in a mildly flavoured black sauce with spices to perfection, served with the famous wonton noodles. Diners can also choose for the dry or soup version (RM 19.80) according to their personal preference but I suggest the dry noodles would be tastier as it soak-up the porky sauce making it a savoury dish to eat.

 Braised Pork Knuckles
RM 22.80

Hard-core fans of pork knuckles can simply order a bowl to himself and enjoy its his fullest with a price of RM 22.80.       

Crispy Noodles with Shredded Pork
RM 14.80

A simply yet delicious noodles dish comes with crispy noodles served with a bowl of flavoursome, thick sauce of shittake mushroom, bean sprouts, scallions, salted vegetable (char-choy) and shredded pork. Pour the tasty sauce over the noodles, let it soak in for awhile before savouring. 

Yang Zhou Fried Rice
RM 16.80

Well, if all the noodles or soup dishes doesn't entice you, maybe you can check out Tim Ho Wan's only rice dish in the menu. Served with whole prawns, char siew bits, chopped scallions, lettuce and topped with pork floss. Although it looks good and decent, but this dish lacks the wok-hei I always look for in any of my simple chinese fried rice. 

Home Made Longan Drink
RM 6.80

Instead of the usual Chinese tea to wash down after a dim sum meal, you can try their Longan drink. Boiled with lots of other ingredients such as the premium black longan for its natural sweetness and a special herb by the name of "Tai Hoi Lam", valued for its cooling properties. Good stuff, I drank 3 cups of this nutritious herbal drink to bring down the heatiness in my body due to the bad smog or haze.  

Tim Ho Wan will be introducing new and irresistible dishes throughout the year, bringing in more variety and choices for a gastronomical dim sum experience to its fans. Chefs recommendations menu will be available at their 2 outlets, served on rotational basis and diners can try them at their preferred Tim Ho Wan outlet during the different months.

20% Discount available now till 30/09/2015 for Senior Citizens. Monday to Friday from 3pm to 6pm treat your elders to a spread of delightful spread famous Hong Kong dim sum at Tim Ho Wan. Valid for dine-in customers above 60 years of age. 

Tim Ho Wan (添好運) 
( Mid Valley Outlet)
27-G, Ground Floor
The Boulevard
Mid Valley City
58200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 03 - 2201 5081

( I Utama Outlet )
G120 & G121 Ground Floor
I Utama Shopping Centre
1 Lebuh Bandar Utama
Bandar Utama
47800 Petaling Jaya.  
Tel: 03 - 7731 3697

Business Hour:
Mon-Fri: 10am - 10pm
Sat, Sun, Public Holidays: 9am - 10pm (Last order at 9.30pm)

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