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I never thought I’d post an entry featuring something from this big hawker center near my residence. In fact, I’ve probably went there only a handful of times in the past 3 years since I could never find anything that was good enough to satisfy the stomach.

I got to know this dumpling stall by chance, we were resting at Ming Tien for a giant glass of rejuvenating fruit juice after a game of futsal and the ever hungry Kelvin ordered a plate of fried dumpling as a side dish to his customary large meal after sports.

Fried Dumpling (鍋貼, 水餃) at Ming Tien, PJ Taman Megah
fried dumpling.. yummmm

The fried dumpling was simple enough, 10 tiny pieces in a plastic plate, with a dipping sauce that tasted like a mixture of red pepper and vinegar (or maybe some soya sauce too). The fried dumpling actually tasted very close to xiao long pao, with fatty pork inside and soup inside the dough skin. It was very, very deliciousm so good that I actually went there again a few days later. It would have been perfect if they actually provide some ginger strips.

Fried Dumpling (鍋貼, 水餃) at Ming Tien, PJ Taman Megah
you’ll love the vinegar + pepper dipping

The steamed dumpling though, while pretty good, was over shadowed by the fried dumpling. At RM 6 and RM 5 for 10 fried and steamed dumplings respectively, this is a great buy. The small bite size almost made it a lot easier to eat compared to the Japanese style gyoza.

Map to Ming Tien, PJ Taman Megah
Ming Tien is just right next to Michael’s Badminton Association in Taman Megah

Address:
Ming Tien Hawker Center
Jalan SS24/8, Taman Megah,
Petaling Jaya, Selangor

GPS: 3.114334, 101.611658

Discuss : KY eats – Fried Dumpling (鍋貼, 水餃) at Ming Tien, PJ Taman Megah

  1. i had that last week too!! only had the fried one tho, and it was nice and crispy..i love the dipping sauce :)

  2. You are right. I ‘tahpau-ed’ some and it tastes really goooood. :)

  3. I agree, the fired one tastes good but the other so so only…

  4. when i come back must give it a try !!!!

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  6. u all got try ming tien bak kut teh?i try aredi is very very very nice..it have the yau fan is very nice 2 if eat with bak kut teh more nice ..faster go try lar .if u try aredi u sure go back to eat 1..and some more the papper soup is nice

  7. u all try to eat klang bak kut teh at ming tien.it very very very nice man and the pepper soup also very nice.ming tien food courd at taman megah.it open at 12.00pm to 3.00 am.

  8. billy,

    Agreed, I’ve tried it and it’s pretty nice. Will blog about it one of these days. :)

  9. Dear : KY,

    Have u trie’d Ming Tien Food Court Bak Kut Teh?
    I everyday go eat that Bak Kut Teh.
    And the boss very nice to his customer.
    I asked him how long does he sell Bak Kut Teh.He told me that he already selled for more than 20 years.And i found out that he work at Restoran Mungo Jerry before.That restoran owner is his sister husband.Another thing is his Bak Kut Teh are not from klang.I asked that boss,it say the stall signboard is from old owner.He just selled Bak Kut Teh at Ming Tien Food Court from this february,when the chinese new year day 3.Hope u can make a blog for him.
    He gave me his namecard.It called Special Bak Kut Teh.
    Not only Bak Kut Teh nice,it have more special thing,especially his rice.What a pretty nice rice i ever eat before,it called special onion oily rice.and the pepper stomach soup and pork leg vinegar also pretty nice.

  10. billy,

    I think we get the message. Thanks.

  11. YALOH ,,,,,,THE BAK KUT TEH AT MING TIEN VERY GOOD & NICE…
    HOPE CAN BLOG….TY

  12. [...] The uptown food court is one of those places where you can find things to eat around the clock but not being a mamak stalls area like SS2 nor a centralized food court like ming tien. I was dragged there after a weekday badminton session that ended up past 11pm and was told that I should sample the old school yong tau foo. [...]

  13. [...] serve old school oily rice that goes very well with the meat. No wonder there are comments on my ming tien dumpling post recommending me to this [...]

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