For those who seek a balanced diet daily especially during the breaking of fast, dim sum is among the healthy choices as it contains most nutrients of the food pyramid.
Canning Dim Sum located at Taman Canning, Ipoh offers more than 50 dishes this Ramadan, prepared by experienced chefs without the use of artificial preservatives or colourings.
Among the signature items are Fried Radish Cake and the 5 Blessing Lava Pau consisting of Salted Egg Lava, Chocolate Lava, Peanut Lava, Pandan Lava and Black Sesame Lava Pau. It is more enjoyable when eaten together with the aromatic hot ‘kaw’ coffee.
Canning Dim Sum retains the tradition of serving dim sum to diners from table to table. It is in line with the meaning of “dim sum” which is to ‘touch the heart’.
Other main dishes available for the breaking of fast are Nasi Kukus Pandan with Sambal Ikan Bilis, Beancurd Skin Chicken, Little Carrot, Fried Mini BBQ Pau, Crystal Shrimp Dumpling, Tom Yam Mai, Cucur Taugeh with Kuah Kacang and Mango Pudding.
Canning Dim Sum is halal-certified by the Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim).
Canning Dim Sum also made it into the Malaysia Book of Records for putting up the country’s tallest Christmas tree made from bamboo.
The comfortable dining space can accommodate 50 diners at a time. The dishes for the breaking of fast are served from April 3 till May 2. Generally, it operates from 7:30am–10.00pm and is closed every Wednesday.