jamynator
Rising Gourmet
2012-01-09
i think they really use to have mouth watering dim sum before they expanded their business to many branches. I still remember the old day my grandma will bring back tiong bahru pau for tea time.

I had this terrible pau last weekend at tiong bahru market. It is not fresh, the dough are thick and hard, the filling are so little which i can't feel it at all. It might be the staff who did not do the steam job well.

Other than that, siew mai not as good as before. it is getting smaller and smaller. disappointed....
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