Saturday, 28 January 2012

Tim Sum @ Restoran Haw Yi 好谊 in Taman Skudai Baru, Johor Bahru



During food spotting this morning at Taman Skudai Baru, I stumbled upon this scene of customers spilling onto the road outside Restoran Haw Yi 好谊. Thrilled by the possibility of another good food find, I took a closer look.


The restaurant was filled to capacity inside.


Everywhere I looked, every corner and every chair was taken.



Workers were frantically juggling these huge rattan steaming trays.

Without any hesitation, we decided to check out what is drawing in the customers at Haw Yi's.

The moment we sat down, the hardworking workers quickly presented us their impressive selection of tim sum.







We could not help but chose only a few of our favourites though we were totally spoilt for choice.
  
Brinjal (egg plant) with fish paste filling

 Bitter gourd with fish paste filling


Chili with fish paste filling

Fried yam dumpling with char siew (roast pork) filling

Deep fried and steamed chicken feet

Steamed minced pork and shrimp dumpling

Deep fried honey pork ribs

These tim sum dishes costs between RM2.80 to RM3 each.


Haw Yi 好谊 opens for business at 6:00am (closed on Weds). So if you are in Skudai and is looking for a big breakfast with a wide selection of tim sum at competitive prices, Haw Yi could be the right choice for you. 


Restaurant name: Restoran Haw Yi 好谊
Address: 20, Jalan Hang Tuah 28, Taman Skudai Baru, Skudai, Johor
GPS: 1.520023,103.653324
Hours: 6:00am to 3:00pm (closed on Wednesdays)
Non Halal

Date visited: 28 Jan 2012

4 comments:

  1. hi there, nice blog i mus say, bt wat abt dumpling or bak chang ? they hve vegetarian halal ones at d tebrau market. how abt tofu far ? carrot cake ? fried oyester ? rojak mamak ? roti bakar n char kueh n does d ice kacang dat u feature hve chocolate sauce ? how abt i char kueh, steamed popiah wth d prawn n peanut filling ? otak otak ? did u feature d famous curry laksa at kolam air ?

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  2. Thanks Sutheina. Yes, there are many places that I have yet to cover - Johor has so many goodies. You can find some like the Kolam Air laksa which I covered by searching the labels by type of food, location or name of restaurant. I will be updating this blog with more Johor goodies ;D

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  3. Went to HawYi on 4th Jun13. I strongly recommend this place the bao are delicious
    Price is reasonable and boss is customer oriented. I ta pao some buns before I finished my dish before I settle the bill, she offer to change my bun for hot ones. Definitely going there if I wanna eat dim sum.

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  4. Sept 2014..was quite disappointed with the quality..if u're a pork lover, then go try..pretty heavy on pork..for better quality ones, try chang man perhaps. Even Gim Cheng is better than this..

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