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Devotees of dim sum can do a happy dance at Imperial Pot, where fun varieties of these heart-touching temptations are now available from morning through nightfall.

Dim Sum

Imperial Pot furnishes all the essentials from “siew mai” to “har kau,” but the kitchen won’t stop there. The menu’s littered with lots of inventive interpretations, like “chee cheong fan” constructed with organic red rice rolls coiled around plump prawns and crispy kataifi pastry.Imperial Pot_2

“Xiao long bao”

“Xiao long bao” gets a makeover here, christened “steamed bak kut teh soup dumplings” (RM8.80 before taxes), a moniker earned through the herbal porky broth that brims within, supplying an intriguingly different flavor from versions elsewhere.

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Deep-Fried Avocado Rolls

Imperial Pot’s chef has cooked since his early teens and toiled at outlets like the late, lamented House of Tang in One Bangsar. His deep-fried avocado rolls rank among KL’s best, flavorful with a creamy-hot filling and crunchy-not-oily wrapping.Imperial Pot_4

The ‘Piece de Resistance’

BBQ unagi puffs (RM12.80). Melt-in-the-mouth savoriness, marvelous enough to haunt our dreams for months, maybe even years, to come. Imperial Pot_5


Chrysanthemum-Ginseng and Water Chestnut-Sugarcane beverages. Imperial Pot_6Imperial Pot_7

Location and Contact Details:

Imperial Pot Hong Kong Dim Sum at Solaris Dutamas (not exactly Publika),

A1-UG1-03, Solaris Dutamas, Kuala Lumpur.

Facing the main road, somewhere above Ante Kitchen.

Tel: 03-6412-6188

Open 9:30am-9:30pm daily, with break between 2:30pm-5:30pm.

Find Imperial Pot’s directory listing here.

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