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2015-01-26 214 views
By far, this is THE Liu Sha Bao among all that I've tried. Priced at $5.80 for 3, it is also the most pricey ones around. Its uniquely baked exterior may standout from the usual soft and fluffy bao (bun). However, what really sets them apart from others is their potency guaranteed salted egg yolk paste!Packed with salted egg yolk flavour and molten in texture, this gives their competitors a run for their money.Apart from Liu Sha Bao, we had other common fares such as Xiao Long Bao ($4.8), Fried
Packed with salted egg yolk flavour and molten in texture, this gives their competitors a run for their money.
Apart from Liu Sha Bao, we had other common fares such as Xiao Long Bao ($4.8), Fried Carrot Cake ($8.8) and Century Egg Congee ($5.2).
Squid Ink Char Siew Bun was like any other Char Siew Bun out there and probably more of a food fad than a 'legend' like their Liu Sha Bao. Having said that, the fillings had good whiffs of charred aroma.
Lastly, the Steam Rice Roll - Hong Kong Styled Cheong Fun, was a disaster as it was over-dressed with gravy and odd-tasting.
Not the best dim sum place for me, but I will come back anytime just for the Liu Sha Bao (Custard Buns)!
More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/mouth-restaurant-legendary-liu-sha-bao-custard-bun