Dimsum is always one type of food that I missed the most in Kuala Lumpur! KS and Linxin brought us here for breakfast! So happy!
We ordered a lot! Really a lot! He told us to just order anything lols
We order many steamed foods! ❤ They served the current trend, Raindrop Cake too!
Raindrop Cake is actually Japan traditional dessert for many years. They called it Mizu Shingen Mochi. It’s translucent, calorie free, and basically tasteless. It served with kinako, roasted soybean flour and kuromitsu, sugary syrup to give the flavor to the tasteless ‘mochi’.
Mizu Shingen Mochi made from mineral water and agar. The jello-like appearance comes from the seaweed substance. It is very soft, fragile and feels like ‘eating’ the water. The clear and gooey appearance made it called Raindrop. You can’t bite it since it will melt in your mouth.
If you are a dimsum lover, you could try to eat your breakfast here. Worth to try!
done the first round! What’s next? See you in the next post!
点心苑 Dim Sum Yuen
7, Jalan Radin Bagus, Sri Petaling, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia