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The Malaysian owners clearly know their way around a Chinese kitchen
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Time Out Says

The Malaysian owners clearly know their way around a Chinese kitchen. Their dim sum are little balls of pure appetiser-size delight that we’d readily eat for a full meal, and their kung pao chicken is delicious. They also have one or two more Westernised dishes, including our beloved lemon chicken – it might not be traditional Chinese, but we can’t seem to stop eating it. Some of our Chinese friends describe the food as Cantonese-style, but we just call it yummy.

By Time Out Doha staff  | 24 Jun 2012

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