We weren't especially hungry or hungover this morning, so we kept to the basics.
Steamed goodies. As you can probably tell from the pic, these tasted only so-so. But before you dismiss them, I must point out that the service was remarkably tip-top. The staff at Leong Kee were friendly and helpful without being stiffly patronizing or over-attentive. Just the kind of reception you'd want at your neighbourhood mom-and-pop corner store.
Pei Tan Chuk (Century Egg porridge). I prefer this to the one at Zim Sum. It's not quite Forum's but it warmed me up nice and good.
Wu Kok (Deep fried yam dumplings). The token deep fried dish of the morning. The char siu filling was a bit too measly for my liking.
Char Siu Pau (BBQ Pork Bun). Fat Tulip's must-have for the morning. He finished two of these but reported that they weren't quite up to mark either.
We'd probably be hard-pressed to come back here if not for the genuinely pleasant service extended by the staff. Also, at about RM13 for two of us, it was a right steal.