Kao Lee Dim Sum Restaurant in Ipoh Garden has stood the test of time, serving delectable morsels of dim sum for breakfast-brunch for a good many years now. Other than dim sum, Kao Lee was also serving steamboat and various noodles/rice & dishes for lunch and dinner. Noticed the past tense? That’s because currently they’re not opening for dinner, but will resume operations come dinner hours in the near future.
#1 – In comparison to Hong Kee in Pandan Indah (and everywhere else in Klang Valley), Kao Lee’s pan-fried glutinous rice scores better in terms of taste, and not as greasy.