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Its been a while i last visited the famous dim sum place wan dou sek. Happen to know there is a new outlet along serangoon road so decided to avoid the crowded outlet at geylang. i thought food standard will be similar. Maybe there has been an overall change but what greeted me for the night was tiny version of the usual sized dim sum. Though taste wise, its still there, it no longer delights with its serving portion. The yam balls was a stunner, looking around the size of normal meatballs from noodle stall The Liu Shar Bao was the other surprize of the night, costing $4 for 5 mini ones. The porridge was served in this cute little bowl but lack the usual taste of well cooked gluey standard. But this outlet has a plus point with its small lcd tv infront of the stall which is shows dim sum making process. i had a good time keeping myself interested in how otah was made and also char siew bao. Seating wise its mainly outside the stall on the walkway pavement just like the geylang outlet but this does not have air-conditioned option. My total bill was around $34 including 2 bao takeaway. I may want to stick to the geylang outlet instead next time continue reading
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