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I have to admit that I’m not a huge fan of going to Puchong, and it is due to the reason perhaps most of us view Puchong as – the giant parking lot outside that old IOI shopping mall. Well, after so many moons, I ended up there again on a morning of a public holiday, for a short hiking trip to Wawasan Hill (see pic below).

Foo Hing Dimsum, Puchong
Foo Hing Dimsum, Puchong

Well, what do you do after a good 2 hour or so hiking workout? Breakfast of course!

So by 8:20 am in the morning, we came to the most famous dimsum place in the area – Foo Hing Dim Sum House, at Bandar Puteri Puchong. Even at that ungodly hours, this place was already packed to the brim, with us having to take a number to queue up for a table.

Thankfully, the dimsum house runs a pretty tight ship and we did not have to wait for more than 10+ minutes before being ushered to our table, which was located upstairs, fully air conditioned and quite comfortable.

is there a bigger variety of food for breakfast than dimsum?
is there a bigger variety of food for breakfast than dimsum?

The menu consists of some 40 items you can order, but like most busy dimsum places, they also have servers carrying ready-to-eat items to your table from time to time for your picking, which we took full advantage of.

The dishes were competent though not very remarkable, but most importantly they were fresh and never stale (just look at the crowd!). I also love the fact that they use Kampung Koh garlic chili sauce, my chili sauce of choice!

the egg tart is definitely a must order
the egg tart is definitely a must order

A few things to note though, the fried stuff here are something I probably would avoid in the future, they’re just not really crispy or enticing. The “wu kok” was pretty good though, and I really like the char siu pau as well.

The claim of fame here is their Portuguese egg tart, something I would positively recommend for sure, possibly better than the version I had in Macau, and not overly sweet either.

bonus pic - at the peak of Wawasan Hill, Puchong
bonus pic – at the peak of Wawasan Hill, Puchong

If you already found yourself in Puchong on a morning, this is definitely one place worthy of a stopover. If not for the dimsum, then for those awesome egg tarts.

map to foo hing dimsum

Address:
Foo Hing Dim Sum House
 1st Flr, No. 31, 33, 35-G,
Jalan Puteri 2/6, Bandar Puteri Puchong,
47100 Puchong, Selangor
GPS: 3.022282, 101.617487
Tel: 03-8060 0546

foo hing dimsum menu 1 foo hing dimsum menu 2

Discuss : KY eats – Foo Hing Dimsum, Puchong

  1. i like that flatlay of all the dim sum on the table – it’s taken from so high, it looks like a ten-foot-tall giant snapped the photo! 🙂 i won’t come for the hike, but will come for dim sum after that 😀

    • Sean: super wide angle wins! Come for the food la, hiking optional you’re right!

  2. Looks good. Makes me miss Fook Ping’s in KK, Sabah.

  3. We took hainanese chicken rice and perfected it, and now portugese egg tart #msiaboleh

  4. The problem with fried dim sum is that they’re always pre-fried so that they can get them out to you fast. So, it’s either a hit or a miss…a hit if you managed to get them right after they’ve been fried and a miss when they’re left on the trays/cabinets for too long before it reaches you. So, how to resolve this? I find a seat where I can see fresh trays of fried items coming out…and grab those immediately…hihihi! ;D

    • eatwhateatwhere: ya for fried dimsum I prefer those places that does it when you order.

  5. Dimsum after workout, why not right? Hahaha… I’ve never been to that dim sum place. Next time I can suggest that place to my friends. That chilli sedap oh

  6. kekeke rosberg

    Dimsum after hiking is for pussies. I have BKT instead, give me super strength and energy. And after the BKT meal, I hike again! #bkt4ever #keras

  7. My standard for Dim Sum is not really fussy, so the Kong Mah Dim Sum at Sungai Buloh which is nearby my place is enough to satisfy my 😛 Puchong is way too far for me 🙁

    • Choi Yen: I would usually not go to Puchong for food myself, I can identify. lol.

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