Sunday, 5 June 2011

Traditional Recipe Restaurant @ Dynasty Central, Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, KL

Traditional Recipe Restaurant @ Dynasty Central, Kuchai Lama

Duan Wu Jie (Rice Dumpling Festival) falls on the 5th day of the 5th month in the Chinese Lunar calendar i.e. 6/06/2011. It is celebrated among the Chinese to pay respect to a patriotic poet Qu Yuan who sacrificed his life by jumping into the Puo Luo River. Dumplings were then thrown into the river by fishermen to prevent the fishes from eating his body. As i am a truly Chinese, i still celebrate this festival until now. Today, i purposely went down here to have this traditional rice dumpling. Here has variety of dumpling and everyone can choose for their favorite dumpling. Something not to forget, the dumpling is delicious. For those who like eat dumpling at home, you may take-away the rice dumpling. This services available throughout the year. 

Plum Green Tea  梅子绿茶   RM4.50
Hakka Chang  五香客家棕 RM7
Ingredients : Pork, Dried Shrimps, Peanuts, Mushrooms, Salty Eggs, Chestnuts, Glutinous Rice
Sambal Dried Shrimps Chang  参芭虾米辣棕  RM6
Ingredients : Dried Shrimps, Sambal Parsley, Sea asparagus, Top Grade Glutinous Rice

Note:Hemp strings should be a better alternative to those plastic strings.


Wish all enjoy Duan Wu Jie (Rice Dumpling Festival) !!


AddressTraditional Recipe Restaurant
No 6, Dynasty Central, Jalan Kuchai Maju 19,
Off Jalan Kuchai Lama, 58200 Kuala Lumpur
GPS : N03 05.428'  E101 41.449"
(The row behind Paparich Cafe)

Tel : 03-79822239

Business Hours Mon-Sat 11am-10pm, PH/Sunday 9:30am-10pm, 
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Traditional Dumpling also can be found at location below this :


Location: 8G, Jalan Pandan Jaya 3/9,
Pandan Jaya, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-92845325.



Location : No.121, Jalan PJU 5/7
Dataran Sunway, Kota Damansara
47810 Petaling Jaya
Tel: 03-61418117


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14 comments:

  1. haha thanks for sharing!

    been looking for bah zhang and with ur recommendation :P sure taste good kekeke

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  2. @kianfai you are welcome.. Happy dumpling festival.. enjoy your bah zhang

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  3. Omgh! RM7 chang. Havent bought Chang for a few years. Didnt know the price gone up so much

    Happy Duan Wu Jie to you and your love ones

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  4. @smallkucing haha.. RM7 is abit expensive.. but the price is gone up few years edy.. Have your bah zhang this year ar.. Happy Duan WU Jie

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  5. got try 'kai wo bao' before?

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  6. @houhousek izit the one sri petaling d?

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  7. oo.. I m eyeing the Sambal Chung! Drooling...

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  8. @fooddream Ya.. that sambal chung very nice.. ngam ngam taste..

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  9. oh that's very nice!! dumplings with chinese tea, the perfect match.. :)

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  10. @sk ya..especially drink with old chinese tea like 'Bu Er'

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  11. dumpling oso nt cheap oredy~~~><
    haha, but, it looked delicious ooo^^

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  12. @Xjion89 Ya.. not really cheap.. I purposely went there to have their dumpling d.. of course Delicious.. haha..

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  13. I'm craving for NYONYA chang!

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  14. @Merryn Wah.. I also craving that.. Too late to regret, last time not order that due too full edy..

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