Behind the Scene - Freshly-steamed dim sum to satiate the breakfast crowd on a Sunday morning.
Saturday. Blissful start to the weekend; with a chilly wind blowing across the city, a gentle thunder roaring in the distant background and melodic pitter-pattering of raindrops on the pathways.
I should have just slept the day off.
The span between blog posts may get severely lengthened from now on, for work commitments will be taking me to another level altogether. There goes the mandatory year end holidays for Motormouth.
Though the ladies here do not push trolleys or carts filled with piping fresh dim sum from the wok or the steamers, they compromise by loading their trays with a little bit of everything, then make their rounds.
Short of collapsing in bed and revere in the sheer joy of napping on a rainy afternoon, let me get this post out of my system; before Chooi Yue Dim Sum gets old and stashed amongst the backlog of ‘to-blog-or-not-to-blog’ archives. And why the urge to recommend this place?
Let’s put it this way, if you’re sick of wasting precious minutes stuck on the “dim sum street” of Ipoh, or seeking for a worthy alternative to the famous dim sum restaurants in Ipoh, try this place in Ipoh Garden South. Not convinced? Read on ….