Nearly ten years ago, Jin Xuan opened its first outlet in Kuchai Lama and now have 5 outlets in Malaysia. A large variety of Hong Kong styled dim sum is available, both fried and steamed. Besides dim sum, they serve steamed rice rolls and congee too.
Jin Xuan Hong Kong Dim Sum (锦选香港特极点心) Hot
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 58200
No. 59, 61 & 63,
Jalan SS22/19, Damansara Jaya,
47300 Petaling Jaya.
(Tel: +603 77296866)
No. 63G, 65G, Jalan SS21/60,
47400 Petaling Jaya.
(Tel: +603 77298881)
No. 7 & 8, Jalan Kenari 8,
Bandar Puchong Jaya,
(Tel: +603 80750866)
No. 19, Jalan 1/21,
(Tel: +603 77815688)
No. 48-1 & 48-2, Jln PJU 5/9,
Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara,
(Tel: +603 61516881)
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 4 user(s)
Morning dim sum never tasted soooo goooodddd...
From when I was but a young child, my grand parents and alter on my parents would sometimes wake us up to have early morning dim sum. That is why now, I only prefer to have dim sum when it is early in the morning. I rounded up a couple of friends and went to the place at 8 am. Naturally it was packed with families occupying large tables and waiters and waitresses running around carrying order sheets and bamboo basket cases full of delicious dim sum.
The dim sum came quick and fast and were very fresh. I love those that had piece of prawn in them because you could really taste how fresh the prawn meat is . We had a great time adding orders and drinking traditional Chinese tea that made us feel fresher with every sip. We left with full bellies and now I am placing this restaurant as my number one dim sum restaurant.
Good dim sum at an affordable price
With so many dim sum eateries mushrooming all over Selangor, Jin Xuan tops the rest with their tasty dim sum and char siew (roasted pork). Their price are slightly higher than the competitors, but the freshly made and piping hot dimsum with generous ingredients of prawns is well worth the price.
Whenever I visit Jin Xuan, I would surely order the prawn chee cheong fun (rice flour) since I'm not a fan of congee, 'Xiu Mai' (pork and prawn dimsum), 'Yu Mai' (fishball), 'Fu Chuk' (fish meat rolled in fu chuk) and 'Pai Kuat' (Spare Ribs).
If you go to the Puchong branch in the weekends, then prepare to queue for some time especially during the peak breakfast hours.
First choice for dim sum
Last week, I tried Jin Xuan in Puchong. It was about 6pm and everyone is not feeling to get heavy meal so we look for dim sum along the road. We end up in Jin Xuan, there were only few customers and the shop is quite. We ordered some dim sum, congee, roasted pork and etc. They serve us congee and steam sticky rice first follow by roasted pork. The roasted pork is one of the best I tried in Puchong area. Crispy on the skin and well marinated. I was told that their dim sum is order to make which is why their dim sum is fresh. Their prawns are big and you can see the whole prawn hiding in their shrimp dumplings, not like others who only have minced prawn in their shrimp dumplings.
Best dim sum in town!
Jin Xuan was already there since I was younger, and my parents used to bring me there for breakfast quite often.
Honestly, I think they serve the best dim sum so far. The prawns they used are big and fresh. This is one of the reasons that made it so famous. Here are several dishes you must try: ‘Har Gau’ (Shrimp dumplings), ‘Siew Mai’ (Pork dumplings), fried salad prawn, ‘Loh Mai Gai’ (Steamed sticky rice with chicken), steamed rice rolls and many more.
And their ‘Lau Sar Pao’ (Custard bun) was so heaven. The filling inside was slightly sweet with a tinge of saltiness. Although dim sum is kind of expensive, but it’s good to indulge yourself in quality dim sum once in awhile.