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I bought some big and small Baos in preparation of the next day's breakfast as my dad loves them alot.HoKee Pau stall also sells other traditional delights like Har Gao, siew mai, dumplings, egg tarts as shown in the price list. However, as their name suggests, their main focus will be on the paus.The lady had given me the choice of paper box or plastic box. I had chosen the paper box instead as the buns are very hot from the steamer.A total purchase of 8 little tasty char siew buns at $0.90 eac
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I bought some big and small Baos in preparation of the next day's breakfast as my dad loves them alot.

HoKee Pau stall also sells other traditional delights like Har Gao, siew mai, dumplings, egg tarts as shown in the price list. However, as their name suggests, their main focus will be on the paus.
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The lady had given me the choice of paper box or plastic box. I had chosen the paper box instead as the buns are very hot from the steamer.
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A total purchase of 8 little tasty char siew buns at $0.90 each, squeezed altogether in a box and 4 others big buns in another. A total damage of $17.40.
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2 buns are with yellow dots on top are fillings of chicken meat while the rest are pork.
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What I like about HoKee Paus is that their fillings are of the right amount and doesnt shortchange customer. Fillings are of a quality standard and Baos are not as oily as those we bought from coffeeshop. Highly acceptable. Although the char siew buns are of smaller sizes and looks delicate. The condiments are fresh, comes with great fragrance and red minced char siew meat with mild sweetness. It makes me pop them into our mouths one after another.
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Not forgetting about the "Da Bao" (big bun) with chicken meat. Meat are less oily and of great fragrance too. A quarter of hard boil egg comes along in the bun's filling too.
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I like the lady's service. She is quite particular about the presentation and way of packing of buns into the box. Why I say so, she will ask if we want to pack like the display set 2 big buns and 4 small in a box rather than 1 box of small and 1 box of big. she gave me the kind of "Customer always first" attitude. Cheers to that lady!

Although price may be steeper than what we found in normal kopitam, I believe quality over pricing for this instance, I dont mind paying more for quality fillings and moreover they are less oily.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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Date of Visit
2013-04-21
Spending Per Head
$7 (Other)
Recommended Dishes
  • Char Siew Bao