Sunday, July 29, 2012

Yumcha at King of Kings Chinatown Brisbane


King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
Around 10.30 am on Sunday, we checked out from Hotel George William, drove to Fortitude Valley to yumcha with our two friends at King of Kings (皇上皇) Chinatown, prior going to Calamvale to collect the feather badminton shuttlecocks. It was our first visit to the seafood restaurant, since we are quite the regular customers of the Landmark Restaurant in Sunnybank.

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
With our two lovely guests, Frank and William.

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
Some of the steamed and fried dim sum we ordered on our first out of the many rounds. Its so called Yu Chi Gow (Shark Fin Dumplings) were rather disappointing, in my opinion. I had a thought that I tasted pork dumplings instead, seeing the amount of minced pork in them, without a single shred of shark fin. But at least the dipping sauces here are FOC.

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
I guess you must have noticed the pair of fork and spoon sitting on my plate. Well, what can I say? Chopsticks and I are just not meant for each other, LOL!

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
Mr. Choo getting ready to win some big money (from the Jupiters Casino) wearing this red polo shirt of his. Too bad that good luck wasn't on his side that day.

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
Tan Tat (Egg Tarts) and Pai Kuat (Steamed Spare Ribs) probably are among the best the restaurant has to offer, despite the fact that the rest of the dim sum were just average and overly priced. Manners and service wise, really worth praising.  

King of Kings (皇上皇) Seafood Restaurant & Yumcha, Chinatown Brisbane
Thanks Frank! We're counting you in to yumcha with us in the Sunnybank next time =)

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4 comments:

  1. the food looks so delicious (^ω^)

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    1. Indeed, but the taste was just alright ;)

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  2. Looks yummy, I always enjoy King of Kings. Have you tried Aspley Oriental. It is pretty good too.

    xo Emilie @ Hungry Delights

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    1. Nope, I haven't tried that out yet. Where is it located?

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