Santai YAMCH’A Dimsum - A place to Chill.
Found a new noodle place and can't wait to introduce to you all.
Yup, you seeing it right, Santai YAMCH’A Dimsum is in the airport, our second airport KLIA2, actually. I haven't been to this airport for almost 2 years, most of the time we received guests from overseas at the main airport, KLIA which is just less than 10 minutes away.
So, a day before I need to send my sister to this airport, I Google for the food places in KLIA2. There were many new eateries that I have never heard of and this particular Santai YAMCH’A Dimsum seems okay from the review and they serve Chinese style Noodles, Rice, plus Dim Sum so we plan to have breakfast there before her flight.
The name "Santai" in Malay means Relaxing/Chilling, and "Yam Cha" in Chinese means Drink Tea, so their concept is to have a place for us to relax and chill, to have a good meal in a cosy place. I think they have done a good job on that concept.
It was almost full when we reach there, luckily we manage to get a table of 4 at the side. It's partially self-service, as in we need to write down the order on the order form ourselves before passing it to the waiter. Once the order is printed out, the waiter will give it to us for checking and we have to pay on the spot before they serve the food.
I actually like it this way, pay first before we eat, so that after we finished the meal we can just get up and leave without worrying if we forgot to pay the bill or time delay on the bill's check out.
Their menu is simple with the main three types of dishes, Noodles, Rice and Dim Sum.
This is what we ordered.
Mee Tarik (Pulled Noodle) with Prawn Balls, Homemade Beancurd Roll with Fish Paste. RM 19.90 (USD 4.76).
Dry Mee Tarik (Pulled Noodle) with Fried Wonton. RM 22.90 (USD 5.48).
I'm showing you the hand to show, how "big" was that bowl of noodle with that kind of price. Plus the 3 fried wontons below, This one really not up to my expectations.
Crystal Shrimp Dumpling, RM 12.90 (USD 3.09).
Just plain normal dim sum, luckily it's not dry and chewy which is good.
Black Coffee, RM 4.90 (USD 1.17).
The best thing out of all the food we ordered... lol
The food is not that good but it's not bad either, though the coffee is good, that's a blessing... I would say you can give it a try considering the cosy ambience and its convenience if you really needed a place to kill some time in the airport.
This cafe serves simple and fast serving food, the place is cosy and spacious, easy to park your luggage trolley without any stress. Even though the price is a bit expensive than outside of the airport, well, I think it still can be a place to chill while waiting for your flight!
Thank you again for reading my review, hope you enjoy it! See you in my next post!
All photos were taken with my Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
Santai YAMCH’A Dimsum.
Address: Lot No. L2-39 Level 2 Gateway KLIA2, Sepang 64000, Selangor, Malaysia.
Contact: +603-8787 8282
Business Hour: 8 am - 12 midnight.
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Santai YAMCH’A Dimsum
KLIA2 Arrival Lane, 43900 Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia
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