Fun Tea Garden previously was known as Dynamic Cafe. Dynamic Cafe was previously located at around ‘Xia Bui’ market. Dynamic Cafe was renamed to Fun Tea Garden and moved to opposite of Perangin Mall Pizza Hut which is at Jalan Dr. Lim Chwee Leong. It can be easily located.
This shop is located along main road, but don’t worry that you can’t get a parking as the shop owner co-operate with a parking site onwer to provide parking for Fun Tea Garden customers with only RM1 as parking fees. The parking is just slightly futher away down the road. There’s a ‘Car Park’ banner displayed, so don’t think you’ll miss it.
Char Siew Pau – The filling is very tasty. Yummy.
Egg Tart – the pastry is not fluffy enough but the egg is tasty as it’s not too sweet.
Century Egg porridge – my favourite. See, there are so much deep fried spring roll skins on top of the porridge. Such a generous serving. This porridge is very tasty. Very soft texture and the taste is just like that you can find at home. Lots of ingredients are used to cook this porridge, I guess. Shredded chicken, dried mussel and century egg can be found in the porridge.
Lo Mai Kai – Taste pretty nice but the glutinous rice is slighty uncooked.
Fried raddish cake – Skin is thin and very crispy. Inside is soft and there are some meats inside the raddish cake. Taste good.
Fried fishball – one of my favourite dim sum at any dim sum restaurant This one is quite chewy. I believe it’s hand made.
Siu Mai Wong – This is highly recommended by one of the worker. It’s the king of Siu Mai. Mm… for both of us the taste is similar to normal siu mai. mm… our taste bud problem? ? The difference that we found is in this siu mai king there are some vege.
Siu Mai – nothing much to fuss about. Big chunks of water chestnut can be found in this. Just good.
More dim sum pictures:
Overall, the dim sum is satisfying. Total charges is RM 18.40. Quite reasonable for me.
Other than dim sum, this restaurant serve also char hor fun and other fried noodles.
p/s: Argh…! I forgot to print the voucher in Criz Lai’s blog to entitle a 10% discount. What a waste.