Sunday, June 15, 2008

Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong, Damansara Jaya

Wanna have dim sum near Atria? The new one opened dy..was the sms I recieved from SL..
I could only make it on sunday, and we did meet there, with gary and candy..
We were only 1 minute late, Gary and Candy already got us a table and has started stacking food.. ._."
Guys, guys, slow down! My camera's not out yet!
I was really rushed to take the pictures as their chopsticks were already aimed at the food... hehehe..
They took some fried fishballs..
Should be pretty good, no complaints from Gary and Candy.
The siew mai was extremely fresh
The mince pork was sweet and juicy, the chopped prawns added an extra spring to the siew mai. Delicious.

And that left me wondering, is it that hard to find a place that serves darn good siew mai and har gau?
So their har gau was average..
Skin was too thick, the prawns were rather bland.

We ordered some prawn wantan thingy with enoki mushrooms..
It was gone by the time I was done taking pictures. SL told me the sauce was the sweet type, quite a good dish.
Gary ordered a bowl of century egg congee..Though it was very smooth, we could only see 4 tiny strips of century egg :(
I always liked woo kok, hence I took this...
A fusion version of woo kok? The shrimps were wrapped with cheese and yam paste. Dont think it works as the flavours were not complementing.

We tried another fusion, steamed mussels with prawns, fish paste, cream and cheese.
Luckily, this works well, the seafood was very fresh and juicy, and the cheese complemented it beautifully. Yums.
My compulsory dish, the steamed pork ribs...This must be the worst steamed ribs I've ever tasted. It was bland, bland and bland. phlegh. Fried beancurd sheets with prawns... Just average. The beancurd sheets were rather thick and oily.

Some stuffed chillies with fish paste..
Good as the fish paste was the firm textured type which I like :)

Stuffed aubergines with fish paste. A dish that could hardly go wrong. Guess my only gripe would be the size. A tad small.

Lor mai kai..Too sweet for my taste buds, hence I thought this was mediocre.

SL enjoyed the stir fried carrot cake..Serving size was generous, the carrot cake was soft, but the exterior was crisp.

We didnt expect to see pai guat wong while having dimsums..but the waiter placed the whole tray of it in front of me. The lovely smell wafted over and I could not resist it. We took a plate. This was absolutely scrumptious! The ribs were tender and juicy, fully absorbing the marination and sauce. Lip smacking. It took quite a lot of will power not to take a second plate as we had too much dim sum on our table already.
The prawn chee cheong fun..They gave rather huge prawns with the ccf, but the rice sheets were thick. Quite ok.

We had some steamed cabbage rolls
This was very tasty too. The cabbage was steamed till soft, the chicken meat was very smooth and tender, strips of waxed sausage and mushrooms completes this roll.
Obviously we were freaking stuffed by the time we managed to finish off all the dim sums we ordered. Our total bill was RM89, including drinks. We thought it's pretty reasonable, we wil be back to try their other type of dim sums.

Restaurant Jin Xuan Hong Kong is located at 59, 61 & 63 Jalan SS22/19, Damansara Jaya, 47300 Petaling Jaya. Tel: 03-77296866.

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11 Comments:

Anonymous Kenny Mah // Life for Beginners said...

"Guys, guys, slow down! My camera's not out yet!"

Lol. I said almost the exact same thing yesterday and had dagger eyes from my friends. Aiya, can only pull this trick when dining with floggers. Non-floggers dun geddit. :P

16 June, 2008  
Blogger "Joe" who is constantly craving said...

normally i hav to aim at the dish the second it is on the table..else the chopsticks also goes flying left right centre..hahaha..

16 June, 2008  
Blogger Precious Pea said...

I have been eyeing this place but yet to have time to try. is this place better or Hong Kee better?

16 June, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

kenny: oh ya 'em dagger eyes *shivers*

joe: they were there before i did..no time to be en-guard!

pea: though both have misses, think this is better.

16 June, 2008  
Anonymous Crunchasarus Rex said...

I want some carrot cake please..!! they sure looked good.. :)

17 June, 2008  
Blogger Tummythoz said...

"..hard to find a place that serves darn good siew mai and har gau.."
So so true.

17 June, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

crunchasarus: yup, it was pretty good alright :)

tummythoz: yeah, we either get good siew mai, bad/ average har gau or vice versa..never both good :(

18 June, 2008  
Blogger wmw said...

The description of the cabbage roll sounds good...Will be heading there! :)

19 June, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

wmw: that was pretty good..think you'll like it :)

26 June, 2008  
Blogger Bangsar-bAbE said...

Don't they have normal version of wu kok?

The chee cheong fun looks awfully thick. 0_0

30 June, 2008  
Blogger sc said...

bangsar babe: hello there! i didnt see any normal woo kok when i was there :(.. yup, the ccf was rather thick, i've tasted better..

04 July, 2008  

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