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Telephone
6841 5133
Opening Hours
Today
11:00-03:00
Mon-Sun
11:00-03:00
Other Info
Open Till Late
Signature Dishes
Char Siew Pau Siew Mai Yolk Crab Porridge
Review (10)
Level4 2013-11-26
60 views
Pass by this Dim Sum Shop and had settled down for a few dim sums for my snack time. Environment was abit too squeezy and service was so so as well. Bought the vegetable dumplings, which surprisingly quite delicious and flavourful. Lots of fresh crunchy vegetables inside the dumplings and the dumplings' skins are very thin and soft. Fried spring rolls are very crispy but abit too oily. The crunchy white carrot inside really taste good and appetizing. For less than $20, is worth the price. continue reading
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Had my lunch in this dim sum place today and was really pleased with the food and services here. Food served to me in less than ten minutes, which was really fast. Service was quite good and friendly too. The century egg porridge portion was generous and the diced century eggs were fresh and fragrant. The topped spring onion also added that extra fragrant to this dish. Thumbs up! Xiao long bao skin was also smooth and thin, with juicy fresh pork meat inside. The meat gravy inside is also delicious and appetizing. Spending less than ten dollars for this meal, which was quite affordable. continue reading
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It's my first visit here at this dim sum joint along lorong 8. Coffeeshop style is the setup here, with the entire place managed by the dim sum merchant, with mainly prc servers. Now the food. Pan fried carrot cake at $3.50 is highly recommended. Fried on the spot so its hot. The glutinous rice wrapped in lotus leave is also good $3.50, with the rice not overly sticky or clumpy. I also like the yam pastry with its nice and hot meat pastry within it. The above items all comes in 3s per serving. The chee cheong fun with BBQ pork $3.50 was a let down though with the skin not thin and smooth enough. The sauce also lacked flavour. The siew mai came in 4s though $3.50 was pretty average but at least it's handmade type. No gst is charged here but wet tissue is charged at 60cents each. Driving wise best to come in via the back road via Mountbatten coz u can't turn in lor 8 via geylang road. The price is a little expensive for a non-conditioned place. continue reading
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Level4 2013-06-17
20 views
Ran an errand with my friend around the vicinity and spotted this dim sum place. It was around 10plus in the morning when we went. There weren't alot of people, I supposed the crowd probably came much earlier. We ordered crispy tofu, prawn dumplings, chicken porridge and char siew chee cheong fun plus a drink which was supposed to be some mixed drink but turned out a normal milk tea drink.The crispy tofu ($3.20) was not too bad, there’s prawn fillings inside the tofu which makes it expensive but at the same time yet nice and filling. The Har gao ($3.20 prawn dumplings) has nothing to rave about, it’s just normal like any other har gao you eat outside. The porridge was quite expensive at $5. Plus there wasn’t much meat in it too and it tasted very normal. As for the chee cheong fun, we choose the char siew ($3.20) one because we didn’t want to have too many prawn dishes. We wanted egg tarts but it was sold out. Overall, only the crispy tofu was worth it. The rest of the dishes were pretty normal and expensive for a non air-conditioned place. continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-03
21 views
Unlike swee choon, yum cha, etc. This place is like not air-conditioned.. but service and attitude of the staffs are good, and the dim sums are nice! price wise are average around #3.20 per basket, which i think is cheap and reasonable. I will definitely visit there again! Please visit www.foodesteem.blogspot.sg/2012/12/mongkok-dim-sum.html for more info. continue reading
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