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Xing Chang Le (星长乐) @ Aeon Mall

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For the first time, I actually hecked my meal plan and headed into a mall and decided what to eat based on the crowd and the menu.


Located next to Dragon-I, I was surprised the turnout was continuous.

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Shrimp Siew Mai

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Shrimp Dumpling

None to scream about yet decent dimsum staples.

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Sze Chuan Style Dumplings


A let down with sweet chilli sauce.

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Shanghai Style Soup Dumplings were no Din Tai Fung since the skin tore and the soup spilled out even before they got eaten.

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Char Siew Buns

For such a dimsum chain, the paus are pretty decent and is on par with some of the pau specialists out there!


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Shrimp and Beancurd Skin with Cheese

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Shrimp Rice Noodle Rolls


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Deep Fried Shrimp Rice Noodle Rolls

I'm not sure which disappointed more, the rice noodle roll or the over fried dough stick.

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Stir Fried Dragon's Green 

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Stir Fried Baby Pak Choy

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Wanton Noodle Soup

Surprise of all surprises, the wanton noodle is a really legit version with springy noodles (no alkaline taste - hooray!) and meaty wantons.

All for RM 110.95 and with the waiver of GST, the meal became cheaper than expected! For a halal dimsum place, this is worth a visit.

Xing Chang Le
Taman Desa Tebrau

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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