Thursday, July 21, 2011

Restoran New HongKong (Non- Halal / Jalan Ibrahim Sultan / Overlooking Singapore)

Hi everyone, it has been a long time. Been busy at work. Finally back to my beloved Johor Food Fest .......

Yum Cha is an integral part of Cantonese’s culinay culture which should be proud of. In Cantonese, yum cha means “drink tea”, and is a dining experience which involves drinking Chinese tea and eating dim sum dishes. Dim sum is a variety of small dishes; they can be steamed or fried, savoury or sweet and maybe tradition or fusion. They are usually tiny and will be served as three to four pieces in one dish. Because of the small portions people can try a wide variety of food.

Located near to the new Johor Bahru CIQ, New Hong Kong Restaurant offers Chinese “Dim Sum” in the comfort of an air-conditioned environment. New Hong Kong served a-la-carte menu, which includes “Siew Mai”, “Har Gao”, “Chee Cheong Fun”, Fish Porridge, Carrot Cake and “Lor Mai Gai”.

Depending on what you order, it cost about RM$20.00/pax for a filling meal. You can also order from their non-Dim Sum menu which includes the norm – steamed fish, crispy chicken, Yam Ring etc. It is located near to the Johor Bahru CIQ and the food standard here is comparable to what you find in Singapore.


Tel: 607-2222608
Opening Hours: 

Mon- Sat: 11am – 8.30pm 

Sun: 9am – 8.30pm (Dim Sum tends to be sold out by 1.00pm)

Overlooking Singapore

Carrot Cake Being prepared "Live"

Signature Fried Rice.

Dumplings? No, Paper Wrapped Chicken!

1 comment:

  1. thanks ... i have been following ur thread.