Dim Sum @ Jade Pot, Old Klang Road

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My last visit to Jade Pot for steamboat was a great and satisfying one. When I learned that Jade Pot serves Dim Sum daily from morning till late noon; I decided to pay a visit with my family.


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Tea (RM 2 per pax)

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Jade Pot Egg Tart 一品蛋挞仔 (RM 4.80 for 3 pcs)

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BBQ Pork Pastry 香麻叉烧酥 (RM 4.80 for 3 pcs)

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Fresh Prawn Rice Noodle Roll 手折鲜虾肠 (RM 5.80) 

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Pan Fried Radish Cake 香煎萝卜糕 (RM 4.80)

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Prawn & Cheese Roll 芝士春卷虾 (RM 5.80)

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Pan Fried Shanghai Dumpling 上海煎锅贴 (RM 5.80 for 3 pcs)

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Pork Dumpling (Siew Mai) 一品蒸烧卖 (RM 6.80 for 3 pcs)

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Prawn Dumpling (Har Kao) 一品鲜虾饺 (Rm 6.80 for 3 pcs)

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Steamed Beancurd Roll 耗油鲜竹卷 (RM 5.80 for 3 pcs)

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Sze Chuan Dumpling 四川龙抽手 (RM 5.80 for 3 pcs)

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Steamed Scallop 原笼双子座 (RM 4)

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Fried Spare Ribs with Fermented Beancurd 香炸南乳骨 (RM 8.80)

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Sai Yong Wantan Noodles 粤式细蓉面 (RM 6.80)

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BBQ Pork Bun 酱王叉烧包 (RM 4.80 for 3 pcs)

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I love their BBQ Pork Pastry; the pork was well seasoned, being not overly salty or sweet. Their Siew Mai was good too; flavourful and packed with pork and shrimps meat. Though the Rice Noodles Roll was not the smoothest one I have had, their dried chili flakes and shrimps that came along with the dish was the star! We had most of our dim sum with this chili instead of the chili sauce provided. Sze Chuan Dumplings came sourish, hot and spicy; that was another dish we heart. Sai Yong Wanton Noodles was lovely too; the egg noodles were springy and QQ in texture while the wanton(s) with large shrimps were huge. 


Har Kao must be eaten once it is served. Love the amount of prawn stuffed within the har kao skin; sadly, the skin a little too thick to my liking. Fried Spare Ribs with Fermented Beancurd was served piping hot. This fried stuff was a little salty if ate alone, I would say, it is best to go with the white rice. The filling in the BBQ Pork Bun / Bao that came with tons of fatty meat were something we fancy too. The filling itself was very flavourful and not overly sweet. The only let down was the bun. Unlike those hand-kneaded bun, this machine-made bun stick onto our hard palate easily and we had to flushed it down with the help of tea. 


The Egg Tarts were not something I fancy. Yes, they had flaky pastries but they were overpowering with artificial custard taste instead of the real egg-y flavour. I find Steamed Scallop is priced slightly on the higher side. It came in only a miniature piece and only a small thin layer of scallop was stuff in it. As for the other dim sum(s) I did not describe in text, they were just okay to go after. 


Jade Pot Steamboat Restaurant 一品锅
No 413, Batu 5,
Jalan Kelang Lama,
58000 Kuala Lumpur.
(opposite Pearl Point Shopping Mall)
Tel: 03-79879918 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting            03-79879918      end_of_the_skype_highlighting




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6 thoughts on “Dim Sum @ Jade Pot, Old Klang Road”

  • The dim sum looks good! I remember the steamboat we had was really good! Might want to return for their dim sum one day. =)

  • I like the pan fried radish cakes here! 🙂 The pork ribs were not bad.. but the har kow could definitely use some improvement 🙂

  • food dreams,
    same here, first time saw it too.
    quite a good one but a lil salty if have it alone.

    eatonlylar,
    yeah, the steamboat we had was really good. can bring your parents here for dim sum. guess your to-try-list is super long now. so many to try out!

    witch,
    my visit, the pan fried radish cakes were just okay only. i love the char siew sou and char siew bao's fillings a lot!

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