Contrary to its name, Dim Sum Kitchen doesn’t have an extensive selection of dim sums. Ever popular with the working clientele, Dim Sum Kitchen dishes out reasonable Chinese “siu chow” dishes during lunch hour, with one or two special dish (only available for the particular day) rotating everyday. There is also a small stall selling economy rice if you’re in the rush.
Special dish like the fried rice with siew yuk (roasted pork) is a hit with their loyal customers. I was told previously that this only available on Fridays, however, I think they rotated the menu as they served another item on Friday during my last visit. It would be best if you ask the waitress first. The siew yuk has a crackling, crispy skin while the rice is stir-fried with some dark sauce and bits of preserved vegetables.
Other common items available includes Pork Chop Rice (RM 6, add egg RM 7), Yin Yeong (Fried kuay teow and rice vermicelli in egg gravy, RM 5.20), Assam Fish Fillet Rice (RM 5.70, comes with plenty of vegetables) and so on. We found the food presentation sometimes not consistent; for example, the pork chop rice sometimes comes with a slice of luncheon meat or baked beans and sometimes not. Taste wise, the pork chop is a bit too fatty for me. Yin Yeong and the assam fish were not bad and rather appetising.
Dim Sum Kitchen,
85, Jalan SS 21/37,
Damansara Uptown, 47400 PJ.
(opposite open air car park)