When it comes to dim sum, our pick is La Maison Kam Fung, 7209 Boulevard Taschereau, Brossard. Compare the freshness of ingredients in each order to other dim sum places. Least salty (perfect seasoning all the time). Also deep-frying with clean oil – taste the difference.
And yes, we don’t know the names for each dish, but no problem to order – usually use finger pointing after a quick look. Or ask what it is to servers (yes they speak French and English here!) Try first and find what you like. That’s the fun part in enjoying dim sum, I believe 🙂
If the color is darkish (and not juicy), I imagine their making this pork & shrimp dim sum (sui mai) in a huge batch and reheating over and over for a month. Just me..
La Maison Kam Fung doesn’t seem to freeze a batch of dim sum and steam them. The fluffy soft dough proves it – not broken apart when having a bite.
First try here! Deep fried dough in rice noodle. Surprisingly delish. (not at all dirty old oil taste)
General Tao. Simply the best arguably.
Deep-fried squid. Light crispy fresh.
Most fragrant, flakiest egg tarts 🙂 BEST ones!
Lightly crispy fried wanton dumplings with shrimp, celery, etc. JUST SO GOOOOOOOD
Meat & veggie covered with dried tofu (??), one of the dishes of which we do not know the name. Delicious.
Experience how fresh and less salty these pan-fried dumplings are, and compare with other places, especially the ones in Chinatown!
Three kinds: BBQ pork, beef, or shrimp in rice noodle. A lucky day gives you a chance to have the one with ground pork, onion, and cilantro, my favorite!
Most flavourful taro balls ever. With pork.
Taste the incredible freshness!
Have you had dry sticky rice with little pork which is very salty? I have.. in Chinatown!
Second time having them (soft, tasty), first time was at one of the dim sum places downtown. Same thing, quite different flavour. Didn’t like it (salty and dried texture) in downtown.
Lots of fresh pork! Seriously never had this much pork in them.
Love these chicken dumplings.
Lean ground pork and cilantro in rice noodle!
The art of Chinese deep-frying.
Chinese sausage, marinated chicken thigh, shitake (or black) mushroom on rice. First time try here! Delish!
If you don’t want to wait long to get a table, please be there before 11 am. Once you arrive, get a number and wait until they call your number. No reservation.
La Maison Kam Fung
7209 Boulevard Taschereau