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Clockwise from top left: Custard lava bao, har gao, cheong fun with prawns, prawn bean curd roll, and Shanghai red dumpling. Centre: Nerdy red bean bao. – The Malaysian Insight pic, November 19, 2022.

MY first visit to Santai Yamch’a Dimsum in 1 Utama was with a Muslim friend a few months ago. I was happy to have chanced upon a halal place to have lunch with her, and one that serves a wide variety of dim sum, mee tarik and rice too.

Back I went recently with friends for a full-on lunch review. We picked out some gems amid the array of halal dim sum presented for our tasting.

Among these were the prawn cheong fun, prawn bean curd roll and custard lava bao. Two rolls of prawn cheong fun (RM16.80) in a light, soy-based sauce were served with a delicious sauce of dried prawn with dried chillies.

The smooth cheong fun rolls were bursting with sweet, springy prawns. There’s a BBQ chicken cheong fun, too, if prawns are not your thing.

I liked the prawn bean curd roll (RM9.80), too, for its crispy fuchuk skin, generously filled with prawns, and served with a mayonnaise dip.

While the filling of the custard lava bao (RM12.80), fashioned as a plump minion, didn’t flow as the bun was cut, it still found favour with us.

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There was more salted egg yolk (in crumbly form) than custard in the thick filling, and I loved it for its fine balance of sweet and salty. There’s also the nerdy red bean bao, notable for its lightly sweet, smooth filling.

I had been drawn to the Shanghai red oil dumpling (RM12.80), with the chicken-filled dumplings sitting in a dark sauce with chilli oil, but was disappointed by the rather sweet sauce when it should have been a little tart with vinegar.

The loh mai kai or glutinous rice dumpling with chicken (RM10.80) erred on the sweet side too. It should have been more savoury, as it had a nice gingery flavour.

Har gao (prawn dumpling) and prawn siew mai (both RM12.80 each basket) passed muster as did the fried gyoza, filled with chicken and chives (RM 15.80 for six). You could have these dumplings (not fried) in a soup too.

The restaurant also serves mee tarik in different combinations – dry or in soup. The mala mee tarik with beef slices (RM25.80) stood out, with springy noodles in a Sichuan broth.

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