Dim Sum is a Chinese dish, as we know that Malaysia is multicultural nation and the Chinese part of them. The dish becomes a Malaysian national dish, they celebrate it in the national occasion like the Malaysian Chinese New.
Dim Sum is steamed dumpling prepared in small, almost bite-sized portions. It stuffed with beef or chicken as Muslim Chinese used to do it, but most of Chinese filled with roasted pork. Dim Sum used to serve in small plates on mobile carts to seated patrons.
Dim Sum is consumed during brunch hours — late morning to lunchtime. It is a fun and unique experience as it traditional dish.
In Malaysia you can find Dim Sum anywhere either in the Chinese Cuisine, or if you want the Halal one you can go to the Chinese Muslim restaurant as it called Mee tarik restaurant.