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Posted by howeh on January 21, 2008 - Filed under: Member Talks

Established since 1874 with its first restaurant in Jalan Bukit Bintang, this food chain currently operates 19 outlets in Malaysia. The decor is fuss-free, clean and bright. It can be busy at any part of the day especially during lunch and dinner. Each outlet practises the concept of an open-kitchen whereby, customers are able to see their food being prepared.


The extensive menu features authentic home-cooked style Shanghainese and Szechuan cuisine with value-for-money items. There is a range of appetisers, soups, mains and desserts. A variety of steamed, fried and baked dim sum is also available.

The restaurant was awarded the Superbrands status by the Malaysian Superbrands Council.


Stir fried paprika chicken, sik lung pao (steamed dumplings), wo tip (fried dumplings) and tung po (pork with black sauce), all you can try.

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