Just as having dim sum for Sunday breakfast has become a sort of routined ritual, it is as much a tradition to have the dim sum served in push carts and metal dishes. De Tai is as small a shop as can be, and the ambience is down to earth, lending to its authenticity as an old, established dim sum eatery. The tables and seats are scattered haphazardly, spilling out onto the walkway. Order the usual dim sum compulsories - siew mai, ha gaos, egg tarts and what-have-you, but there’s also a melange of other items that are just as good, like the sar hor fun (flat rice noodles fried with a thick eggy sauce) and crispy noodles.
De Tai Tong Cafe
|Venue name:||De Tai Tong Cafe||Contact:|
45, Lebuh Cintra
|Opening hours:||Daily, 12noon-3pm & 6pm-11pm|