Dim Sum at King Hua Restaurant in Alhambra

It’s been years since I’ve had dim sum here.  A couple of friends wanted a dim sum brunch over Veterans Day weekend, so I suggest here.  Dim sum was good with some nice variations of traditional dim sum dishes offered, such as the Egg Custard Tarts with Birds Nest (which were lighter and less sweet than the regular or Macanese versions), Deep Fried Glutenous Rice Balls with Egg Yolk Cream, and Deep Fried Lotus Root Puffs.  However, they are a bit pricier than many of their nearby competitors such as Lunasia, Atlantic Seafood & Dim Sum.

Website:  King Hua Restaurant

Egg Custard Tarts with Birds Nest:

Deep Fried Taro Puffs with Ground Pork:
Pan Fried Turnip (Daikon, White Radish) Cakes:
Har Gow (Steamed Shrimp Dumplings):
Siu Mai (Steamed Pork & Shrimp Dumpling):
Blanched Chinese Broccoli with Oyster Sauce:
Lo Sui Op (Braised Duck with Tofu):
Steamed Shrimp & Pea Tips Dumplings:
Chicken Feet in Black Bean Sauce with Peanuts:
Stewed Ox Belly Casserole with Rice Noodle Rolls:
Egg Rolls:

Steamed Rice Noodles with Chicken & Bitter Melon:
Baked BBQ Pork Buns:
Scallop & Shrimp Dumplings with Roe:
Steamed Rice Noodles with Shrimp:
Steamed Beef Meatballs:
Deep Fried Egg Tofu with Spicy Sauce:
Deep Fried Seafood Salad Roll:
Deep Fried Durian Puffs:
Deep Fried Lotus Root Puffs:
Baked BBQ Pork Pastry:
Wolfberry and Chrysanthumum Gelatin:
Steamed Buns with Salty Egg Yolk Cream:

Deep Fried Glutenous Rice Balls with Salty Egg Yolk Cream:

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