Monday, March 26, 2012

Clan Dim Sum Restaurant @ Sri Petaling

This is a very famous dim sum outlet which many food bloggers went for food hunting. Coincidentally, it is located less than 1 km away from my house. When good food is all around my home, I just failed to pay much attention on them.

Finally todae I went to this outlet and tried their most feh-mes dish,
Signature dish of the Dim Sum Restaurant: 鸡窝包.
It’s a combination of chicken steamed bun and glutinous rice.

In short, 鸡包+糯米鸡=鸡窝包 
(Chicken steamed pao + Chicken glutinous rice = THE ABOVE PICTURE)

The bun itself is fluffy, and when the sauce of the glutinous rice mixes with the bun,
it turns out to be super yummy as you taste the smoothness of the chicken pieces!

The oozing soy sauce and oyster sauce is kept warm inside the bun.

Other than that, their yam bun is one of my favourites too! :D
It is small-sized, and the filling is 100% yam paste. A great choice for yam lover.
If you love eating dim sum, then Clan @ Sri Petaling is definitely a must-try!

P/S: This shop is crowded with tourists every weekend.
It opens at 8pm at night till the 12 noon on the next day.
Have them as dinner, supper, breakfast, brunch or even tea! :D

83 comments:

  1. Huh?.. bun with glutinuous rice... havent seen that before.

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    1. hi Anne, it's kinda popular, try it out!

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    1. hi Daphie, you'd love it once you've tried :)

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  3. they have a branch in Bandar puteri too! i love the gei wo bao! yummy!!!

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    1. hi Eunice, yes that outlet is better for its surrounding, but the taste is stil; incomparable to this one at Sri Petaling.

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  4. chicken steamed bun and glutinous rice made me drool.. >___________<

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    1. hi Izdiher, I hope there are similar ones around your place

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  6. I have never try the 鸡窝包, so I can only drool at your photo, LOL :P

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    1. hi Hayley, do visit this place for your first attempt at such tempting food :)

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    1. hi Nikel, yes you should, there are many more creative buns served at Clan!

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  8. How lucky are you that this restaurant is so close to home because the food looks incredible and so inviting and delicious. Those pork buns would be very tempting and hard to stop at one I'm sure xx

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    1. Hello there, my place has many more delicious food to hunt around, stay tuned at this blog ya!

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  9. Looks messy...and yam? No, thanks...I'd stick to the meat one. Huh? Chicken? Halal kah? No pork ones?

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    1. Hi Arthur, yes it's a Halal one, perhaps the presentation isn't that inviting but the foodstuff is definitely worth a try :)

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  10. Wish I was closer and could visit some of these places!!

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    1. Hi Mireia, there are tonnes of food to try out if you come over to Malaysia :D

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    1. Hi Cloudy, oh really? Have you tried it before?

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  12. i have heard of this famous pau before but never knew which part of Seri Petaling it is located at. I stay nearby too :) I should visit it one day. Is this shop in the new area where Chatime is located?

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    1. hi Chumsy, it's not at the new row of shoplot, but actually it is located at the first row of shop on the main road, not far away from the school and construction site.

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    1. hi Charmaine, the former is around RM5-6, while the latter one is only RM1.60 :)

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  14. Hi, love these dim sum, looks real good too.
    For some reason or other dim sum not on my food list.....
    You have fun and keep well.
    Lee.

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    1. hi Lee, if Dim Sum isn't your cup of tea, perhaps you can check out other delicious foodstuff on this blog to satisfy your needs!

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  15. there's quite a few dim sum places in sri petaling. near my house too:P

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    1. Hi Evelyn, oh really? Didn't know that you stay around this area, but so far Clan is the most popular one of all.

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  16. I tried this before but not too sure whether is the same stall. I find the chicken bun a bit too salty for my taste.

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    1. Hi Smit'n, perhaps there are too many stalls around this place, well I bet a tad saltiness is uinavoidable to savour some dim sum

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  17. OMG it make me hungry nyam nyam ♥♥♥

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  18. this place is only 1km from my home also (i live in the sri petaling condo area). but i've never managed to eat here before. the chicken steamed pao + chicken glutinous rice looks very special :D

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    1. Hi Sean, I think we're really near neighbours then! Just walk for less than 5 minutes, and you can enjoy the goodness there!

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  19. you've been having a lot of dim sum, huh? this one looks quite different. how much did they cost?

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    1. Hi Tony, the big one is RM5, while the yam flavoured one is RM1.60. Dim Sum fans here by the way :)

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  20. hm, look lovely.. ok, bring me to here.. err, but the outlet is only opening at 8pm.. how can go?? :p..

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    1. Hi Aki, it's opened from morning till late noon, and reopens at night again. Anytime you want to go will be fine :)

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  21. i think i've passed by this shop many times and wondering what's that 鸡窝包.. it looks good indeed.. :)

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    1. Hi SK, then there should be some day you really step into this shop and try out their signature bao!

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  22. I've oni tried the "Chicken steamed pao + Chicken glutinous rice" once. Its quite good.

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    1. Hi Mel, you can try out their other signature bao as well :)

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  23. The 鸡窝包 is so special. haha for those scratch head choosing 鸡包 or 糯米鸡 can consider this. Yeah I love yam too, never try yam pao before.

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    1. Hi Vicky, it is a really good idea to savour some good dim sum there for you and family. Enjoy!

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  24. The signature bun sure very unique. Look yummy too. Must give it a try.

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    1. Hi Rose, yes indeed :) Do let me know if you love it after you've tried.

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  25. Looks like volcano! This is very interesting :)

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    1. Hi Merryn, a not-so-tall volcano indeed, exploding with the oyster sauce :P

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  26. I love pau. This giant pau is making me very hungry now. I love everything with yam as well.

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    1. Hi Sheoh Yan, seems like we have the same liking towards these baos :)

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  27. Very interesting dish! I like the yam bun. In Japan we have red bean bun and I go crazy for those. :-)

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    1. Hi Nami, red beans alone are good sometimes :) just that we have more choices here.

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  28. Tried the 鸡窝包, very filling indeed :P I'm interested to the yam bun!

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    1. Hi Choi Yen, yes there are golden sand bao, gold bao, and many more to try on!

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    1. Hey there, yam is good especially after being blended into paste

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  30. I have tried the gai wo bao, but not the yam bun! Yam buns looked yummy~

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    1. Hi Careen, aim for that during your next visit then :P

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  31. This restaurant looks seriously delicious - yam buns? Didn't even know they existed :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Hi Uru, perhaps you can try DIY some of it too.

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  32. Sometimes we over look the places around us and seems more focus on checking others away from where we are. Dim sum is my fav and still remember when I was living in SS2 on our venture to the many stalls located here. Another place I use to frequent for Dim sum is Hong Peng, Subang Parade and Holiday Villa.

    I am drooling over the one with the yam filling and thats my fav. I also like the first version of the rolls with yam stuffed inside. I should give this place a try one of these days.

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    1. Hi Nava, yam fillings are always good with thick creamy texture, right? Come over to Sri Petaling for more Dim Sum!

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  33. that looks like mountain of pure deliciousness

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    1. Hi Beti, indeed true! :) it's an undeniably recommended dim sum.

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    1. hi Wong, hmm why is it so? lots of food to indulge in? :P

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  35. You know I'm staying in Sri Petaling too right? We're neighbours! haha. But I still don't understand your direction. I've never come across this shop in fact. The row of shops opposite the housing area where there's Q-dees?

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    1. hi Carolyn, oh really? which part of Sri Petaling you stay at? It's around the new Condo construction site area :)

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    2. Staying at those condo areas. I know where Clan is already. I saw it the other day and actually I've eaten there before. LOL. But didn't try that pau.

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    3. Hi Carolyn, well I guess most residents here have tried this before, and the pau is one of the must-try! :)

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  36. omg i haven see this before so creative :)

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    1. Hi Caro, then you should really get a good try of this :)

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