Monday, 4 November 2013

Restoran Kong Mah @ Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh, Sungai Buloh

I have been to this place numerous times now and this would be my third time blogging about this place. This place surely is a hidden gem serving excellent Dim Sum and they are located in Sungai Buloh New Village right beside RHB  and Hong Leong Bank. 

Restaurant Kong Mah in Sungai Buloh New Village

Trays after Trays are continuously steamed

Displaying the fried items

Interior of the restaurant
Finding this place is pretty easy. Just drive all the way in until you see the RHB bank on your left and this restaurant is along that same row, just a few doors away. There is both outdoor and indoor seating area at this restaurant. Let me assure you that it is much cooler to sit inside than outside. The steaming of the dumplings is also done outside and that surely contributes to the heat.

Once we were seated, we were immediately attended to. Trays after trays of steamed and fried Dim Sum was brought to us and then we had to pick our items. I have been to a number of Dim Sum joints in Kuala Lumpur including the famous Mee Bon in Ipoh Road and this place is able to boast on the variety that it serves.

I was told that during peak hours, we need to wait for almost an hour to get a table. There was just four of us and there was a limit to what we could eat. Still, if you see by the number of plates from the bottom photographs, what we had was a mere 15% of what they offered here. There were loads of other excellent and rare Dim Sum items here. The thing that swept me off my feet was the rare and unique items that you do not find elsewhere. Contrary to my usual style of writing individual reviews, I would be placing the photos and then write a collective review at the bottom.  Now, time to explore the food.


Black Pepper Siew Mai

Salted Egg Siew Mai

Custard Buns

What can I say, every dish was just excellent. We ate to the point of suffocation. Some of the notable dishes worth mentioning here were the Custard Balls, Black Pepper Siu Mai, Bacon Rolls, Lotus Lead Rice, Salted Egg Siew Mai and the Fishballs. Based on the size and number of items placed on the dishes, they are charged at the following price blocks; RM 3.50, RM 3.80, RM 5.00 and RM 6.00 . Our total meal tonight cost us RM 79.00 which seemed quite reasonable to me. I would strongly recommend this place and lucky me that it is so close to my house. If you love Dim Sum, do make a note to visit this place sometime. You would surely be amazed by the food.

Address: 32, Jalan Public, Kampung Baru Sungai Buloh,
                  47000 Sungai Buloh, Selangor, Malaysia.

Tel: +603 6156 1682 & +6019 225 4640

Opening Hours: 0700 - 1400 & 1900 - 0000 (Closed every Tuesdays unless it falls on a Public Holiday)

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