Maxim Dim Sum Farlim Penang

Well, I'm just back from my hometown Penang, went back for the weekend. This time around, I made it a point to catch up with a fellow blogger, Eugene who so happens to be staying at the same neighborhood as me. It was 9.30am in the morning when he called me and we decided to meet for breakfast over some great dim sum.The place was called Maxim Dim Sum Restaurant located in Farlim Penang.

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Maxim Dim Sum


The place was fairly new to me, but I had no problems locating it because it had a rather distinct design to it. Eugene and his wife were already waiting patiently for me there when I arrive 5 minutes later than the scheduled time. I blame it on the lack of parking spots!

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Nobody reads the menu as everything is laid out in plain sight to pick

I went ahead to choose my dim sums myself as Eugene and wife had already chosen theirs. There were quite a number of different dim sums to choose from ranging from the ones that are fried, steamed and soupy foods.

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A portion of dim sums to be picked
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More dim sums!
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Don't they all look so appealing?

Upon ordering the food, I then headed back to our table to have a hearty talk with my dear friend and his wife. It was nice to be able to converse with Eugene in Hokkien, as there are few people in KL to talk to in this dialect. It was even nicer to be able to share our thoughts and views on everything under the sun. From there I found out that Eugene is exactly what I pictured him as, a loving father and husband who is really friendly as well! He's known as the godfather of Penang so I guess I was there to pay my dues as well! Nice guy really! We managed to capture a picture together before continuing with our yummy dim sums.

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Mr Eugene and I !
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Fried prawn wanton
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More fried prawn stuff
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Siu Mai
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Char Siew Bao
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Fried fish ball with almond nuts.

Overall it was really a good breakfast meal, and the dim sums tasted great. What makes a dim sum good would definately be the freshness of its prawns, and I think the prawns here literally were jumping around in my mouth. Okay, maybe I exaggerated a bit there, but it's really good. The damage came up to about RM 29 for 3 persons which I feel was very reasonable. Bear in mind I didn't manage to take photos of everything we ordered.

One sentense to sum it all, Great meet-up with a nice blogger over some really delicious food!



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43 comments :

  1. The fried fish ball with almond nuts is so special!! *salivates*

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  2. my favourite siu mai! xD
    also available at maxim's @ pekaka, sg dua too :)

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  3. That is not reasonable its cheap! But if you only ordered the 5 things then expensive duh.
    I prefer Dim Sum in bamboo steamer than stainless steel one. More traditional.
    But now I just want egg tart badly!!! Like the last one the most, you missed out some dessert la.

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  4. simonso12:35 AM

    Wow.. damn yummy!

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  5. u guys har....love to post food post in the late night izit?==
    hungreyyyyyyyyy><!

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  6. cik reena tan3:56 AM

    wow~ that siu mai make me feel hungry.. is it free pork on that restaurant?

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  7. Wah! Two handsome guys together... Hey! I converse in Hokkien too! Now, I merajuk dah!!! How come Eugene never took me to this so very nice place? I want to go!!!!

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  8. omg. *droolllllllllll****

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  9. Eugeneung9:18 AM

    First of all bro,,, no address me as Mr Eugene lah,, we are the same, same as in fellow blogger ma,,,,,, you know it is indeed very very nice to have met up with you, and one thing for sure, you are such a darling friend to be friend with me,,, no air no air,, hahahah.

    by the way biarlah Arthur merajuk,, i will not take him to this place cos,,,, i as good friend would not want to infuse him with too much high cholesterol food lah,, hahahahahhahah..sorry suituapui,,,,, take it as my good gesture,,ya

    have a great week ahead Issac my friend,,,send my regards to Janice as well ya

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  10. Wahh sedapnyerr dim sum..Saya pernah makan DIm Sum kat CrownPrincess Hotel..7 years ago....hahahaha..now beli yg frozen then steam sendiri...gila dim sum..nowadays..byk yg dah halal...

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  11. Alice Law9:52 AM

    Dim Sum is my evergreen favourite! Look at the dim sum spread you have there, quite a variety huh?! It's always great to catch up with blogger friends, especially someone like Eugene(he is known to be very hospitality and generous)!!^^

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  12. Alice Law9:53 AM

    LOL@ Eugene's comments! He is such a thoughtful friend!^^

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  13. nice meet up ! i'll b in penang oso. lol

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  14. wow! Fried fish ball with almond nuts! something we don't see everyday...

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  15. not to forget.. my hokkien also not bad.. haha.. nice dim sum... craving

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  16. Nava Krishnan6:34 PM

    So much of choices to pick and taste, wonderful looking too.

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  17. I think the fried prawn will be delicious ler.i have tried its other variations in Malacca. :D

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  18. The siew mai looks tempting!

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  19. Love all your pictures, so nice..! Dim sum *drool* :D

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  20. Tracey, it is indeed special isn't it. I find it really yummy too! Couldn't get enough of it. Wahahah

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  21. Wooi Kit, Oooh, you've eaten at the same places too? Cool bro!

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  22. Supia, thanks for dropping by my blog ya! I's reasonable, there were other food, but Eugene and his wive had already ordered and started eating when I reached that morning.

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  23. Simon, Hahahaha, yummy ar? When you want to belanja me some dim sums too bro!

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  24. MsMiaos, I'm evil in that sense! hahaha, actually it's not intentional, I just update my blogs nearing midnight and it so happened to be a food post. :)

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  25. Cik Reena, unfortunately this particular restaurant wasn't pork free :(

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  26. STP, Eugene is wayyyyy cooler than I am. Hahaha, as Eugene mentioned below, its for your own good. The food too high in cholesterol! LOL

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  27. simonso11:33 PM

    Anytime bro.

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  28. Jolyn, Drooolllllssss too! Wahahaha

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  29. Eugene, first time meet ma, must address in proper. Mr Eugene it shall be. :) Lol, Darling friend eh. Cool!

    You have a superb week ahead my dear friend. And it was really nice catching up with you!

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  30. Norasiah, yep, nowadays banyak yang dah halal , especially yang kat hotel dan restaurant besar. :) Om nom nom nom, sedap kan? :)

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  31. Eli, thanks for the compliment wor. Happy ! :) come next time we go for dim sum gathering. Haha

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  32. Darran, thanks for dropping by! :) yup, it was delicious to say the least.

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  33. Tekkaus, oh.. will you treat me some when I'm down Malacca? Hehe

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  34. Krishnan, thanks for dropping by my blog. And yea, on top of the looks it was delicious!

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  35. Alice, I believe dim sum is everyone's fav! Hahaha. You're right, Eugene really is a very nice and hospitable guy!

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  36. Engtaukia! When are you going down? This weekend? aww.

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  37. Simon, you're right. And it tastes awesome!

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  38. Nikel! Coz you're [penangite too right! :)

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  39. hildamilda6:16 PM

    RM29 for 3 people is freaking cheap! Drooling over the siu mai and char siew pao :P

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  40. Reanact10:04 PM

    wahh..how come i didnt read this!! didnt know u met up with the Penang Tai Koh already... so this is Maxim.. next time must ask my boy to take me!

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  41. Reanact10:04 PM

    wooi kit, u also come by to Isaac blog? hehehe...

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  42. Reanact10:05 PM

    Yeah... i also never been there la... lets boycott Eugene!! hehehe...

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  43. so is this shop halal or not? I am planning a trip to penang so I thought of having some good Dim Sum

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