鸡窝包 Kai wo pao (Cantonese) or ji wo pao (Mandarin) is basically a bun with glutinous chicken rice fillings and lots of gravy.
We are not really familiar with Sri Petaling, so when he heard about the creatively delicious kai wo pao which originates from Sri Petaling, we were reluctant to go all the way for it. Few weeks back, since we were around the area, we thought of dropping by to try. Business was booming, and it was really hard to find a place to seat. Everyone seems to be rushing all over the place. Finally we found this odd place right in front of the steamer. Once we sat down, the dim sum ushers quickly zoomed in with big trays of dim sum, and we obligingly pick a few, while putting in an order for the kai wo pao.
Our kai wo pao arrived, piping hot. Other than the novelty factor, we find that the gravy a tad too sweet, and the dim sum not much to write home about. Besides, we are little wee bit squeamish with the environment.
Clan Dim Sum Restaurant
140, Jalan Radin Anum 1,
Taman Seri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur