Top 5 Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Puchong [Non-Halal]

Top 5 Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Puchong [Non-Halal]

Puchong is an underrated food haven that has many local delights and desserts. In fact, you can go on a dim sum hunt in Puchong, good news for the Chinese food lovers! Mornings spent with steaming baskets of delicious dim sum would make a perfect breakfast and a great start for the day. So, here are the top 5 best dim sum restaurants you have to try in Puchong. 


You’ll be amazed at the surprise waiting for you. The place is known to be packed all the time, but people don’t mind taking numbers to queue up for a table. They serve dim sum and tones of tarts so you have many choices to pick from and the price ranges from RM4 to RM10 per basket. They are also famous for their Portuguese egg tart. Visit Foo Hing now and enjoy your dim sum!

Opening hours: 7am-3pm
Address: 33, Jalan Puteri 2/3, Bandar Puteri, Puchong, Selangor 47100
Contact: 03-80600546


If you are someone who enjoys shrimps in your dim sum, make sure to visit Jin Xuan Hong Kong because they serve one of the best shrimp dim sums in Puchong. They are one of the most successful dim sum restaurants in Malaysia, so for those around Klang Valley, you are fortunate to have the one the best dim sum restaurants nearby. They have a total of 6 branches all over Klang Valley so if you can’t make it till Puchong, click here to find out their other locations. 

Opening hours: 6.30 am – 12 am, daily
Address: A32, 34, 36, Jalan 1/116B, Kuchai Entrepreneurs’ Park, 58200, Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur
Contact: 03-79826812


This restaurant could be an excellent spot for your family and friends to spend time together. They are famous for the three-meat combo wan tan mee with slices of char siew, siew yoke and roast duck that looks very appealing and you will not regret buying it! Zok serves a vast amount of creative dishes in which you will be floored looking at the menu. Other best recommended dim sums are their chicken floss bacon rolls and bak kut teh pau. All you need to do is to have one bite, and you can taste the tender and juicy meat which you’ll never get enough of. 

Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 8am-10pm; Sundays, 8am-4pm
Address: 11, Jalan Kenari 4, Puchong Jaya, Puchong, Selangor 47100
Contact: 0172873187


This restaurant is the best place to break away from long queues and crowds to have some jostle-free dining with family and friends. They are famous for the Fried Carrot Cake and Chee Cheong Fun. You also don’t want to miss their every other meticulously prepared dishes with the freshest ingredients sanctioned by the owner. The authenticity of the restaurant is that they cater for both the vegetarians and non-vegetarians. 

Opening hours: 7.30am-4pm, daily
Address: No. 65, Jalan Puteri 5/7, Bandar Puteri, 47100, Puchong, Selangor
Contact: 0123897901


Bandar Puteri Puchong has a lot more to serve you, Klang Valley people! This restaurant is a pretty old-school place that serves delicious yong tau foo, large pau (steamed buns), chee cheong fun and rice rolls that are soft and supple. Taiji’s special recipe is the sprinkled sesame added to the toasted exterior of the dim sum. To accompany it, they serve minced meat soup which is very tasty and clears your throat as you enjoy the steamed dim sums. Their signature dish is must-try!

Opening hours: 7am-2pm, dai
Address: Jalan Puteri 2/3, Bandar Puteri, 47100, Puchong, Selangor
Contact: 0380633362

Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Puchong

Now you know where to go for delicious and fulfilling Dim Sum in Puchong! If you want to look out for more choices of dim sum restaurants, get your hands in the foodpanda app, and have and your favourite dim sum delivered to your doorstep. 

Curious about this Chinese cuisine that is loved by many around the world? Read about it here on our website. 

Article Written By Anna

Anna is an absolute foodie, and lives by the motto that food is happiness. She is a writer by day and a gamer by night. She believes that good food comes from all over and is constantly amazed by the passion and dedication it takes to make food that warms the soul.

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