Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls, Subang Parade | Malaysia
DODO DIM SUM & BOWLS BRINGS FOODIES TOGETHER FOR A MEAL
Ri-Yaz Global Food Brands serves up an enjoyable evening of scrumptious dim sum and Thai street food, Their first outlet in Malaysia opened in Subang Parade.
Ri-Yaz Global Food Brands, a subsidiary of the Ri-Yaz Group, introduced Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls - its first multicultural restaurant in Malaysia offering dim sum and Thai delights, in a special evening for food enthusiasts. Kicking the night off, the foodies had the opportunity to enjoy their fill of Sifu Lee’s take on handcrafted dim sum classics as well as authentic Thai street food including the famed boat noodles in Subang Parade.
The authentic handcrafted dishes prepared by Sifu Lee and his team includes the steaming hot traditional “Lo Mai Kai”, Spicy Chicken Feet, Siew Mai Dumplings, “Har Gow” prawn dumplings, Charcoal Custard Buns with salted egg yolk filling, Minced Meat Dumpling with green chives and assorted Chee Cheong Fun, featuring the chef’s recommended Honey BBQ Chee Cheong Fun. There is also Stir Fried Radish Cake in Dodo style, Crispy Mashed Taro Pie, “Woh Tip” dumpling with shredded ginger and vinegar and Shanghai Pancake that can’t be missed during your dim sum date.
If you’re craving Thai, don’t miss the highlights from the menu prepared by Chef Khun Ben, such as the four different types of Thai Broth Boat Noodles (Nam Tok, Khao Soi, Tom Yum, Nam Sai), Khao Klukh Krapi shrimp paste rice, Crispy Som Tam, Gai Pad Prik Pao chicken wings and Mango Sticky Rice.
Lo Mai Kai, Traditional Homemade Sticky Rice.
Pan Fried White Radish, yet the delicious, mild flavor of the daikon shines through when lightly sautéed.
Khao Soi, Spicy Coconut Curry Broth With springy noodle and Chicken meatball.
Pan Fried Dumplings, Chinese Pan Fried Dumplings or just Chinese Dumplings, these irresistible plump babies are pan fried then steamed in a skillet so they’re golden crispy on the underside with a juicy filling inside.
Prawn Chee Cheong Fun, It is a thin crépe roll made from a wide strip of rice noodles filled with shrimp.
Fried Radish Cake, Combine with the sweet turnip cake and crunchy bean sprouts, you will not stop eating after taking one bite!
Gai Pad Prik Pao, Chicken Wings, Garlic, Chili, Basil Served with Sticky Rice.Mango Sticky Rice, This wonderful and authentic-tasting Thai dessert is as good. a popular sweet sticky rice with coconut milk and fresh mangoes. This sweet dessert is very popular in Southeast Asia.
Crispy Shanghai Pancake, crunchy pancake that is made from pastry skin. These Shanghai scallion pancakes were thicker, moister, and more jam-packed.
Beyond the palate, be delighted by Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls’ brand of in-house service and snap away at the Insta-worthy décor. Modern, bright, cheerful and stylish interiors with strategically designed wall art sets it apart from the regular dim sum and Thai eateries. Moreover, getting to the restaurant at the strategically-located Subang Parade mall is a breeze. Also in the pipeline from Ri-Yaz Global Food Brands is the launch of more Dodo Dim Sum & Bowls branches at popular malls in the Klang Valley.
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Address : LG10 G2, Jalan Kemajuan Subang,
Ss16, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Hours : Daily 8.30am - 10pm
Contact : 03-5631 1171