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For the full review and more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2016/01/food-review-bao-today-dim-sum-high-tea.htmlTheir high tea buffet is done 'tapas style' and has no menu because the dishes served rotates on a regular basis. There are more than 40 varieties and it's served ala carte where the friendly service crew will bring out the food for you. This high tea buffet is only available at their branch in Rendezous Hotel. There is ample space and there are some booth seats
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For the full review and more photos, head over to http://toroamtheworld.blogspot.com/2016/01/food-review-bao-today-dim-sum-high-tea.html

Their high tea buffet is done 'tapas style' and has no menu because the dishes served rotates on a regular basis. There are more than 40 varieties and it's served ala carte where the friendly service crew will bring out the food for you. This high tea buffet is only available at their branch in Rendezous Hotel. There is ample space and there are some booth seats too decorated in Oriental style. For non-buffet patrons, you may order from their normal ala carte menu at the counter, with the following menu above the cashier counter. Free flow Iced Peach Tea and Ice Lemon Tea is included for the buffet.

Recommended dishes:
Siew Mai
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Siew Mai: Plump with sufficient meat
Pork Chop
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Pork Chop: Tasty and flavourful
Nyonya Style Steamed Fish
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Nyonya Style Steamed Fish: Very fresh
Chives and Prawn Dumpling
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Chives and Prawn Dumpling: Sufficient fillings
Char Siew Bao
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Char Siew Bao: Meaty and flavourful. Buns are fluffy
Zha Jiang Mian
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Zha Jiang Mian: Tasty, even with the noodles alone
Mushroom Dumpling
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Mushroom Dumpling: Love the mushrooms inside. But skin a bit thick
Scallop Dumpling
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Scallop Dumpling: Fresh prawns and scallop!
Liushabao
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Liushabao: BEST DISH. Salted egg yolk custard was flowy, not too sweet or buttery. Buns were light and had a tinge of pandan

Average dishes:
Wanton in Spicy Chilli Sauce
Har Gow
Yu Piao/Jellyfish thingy
Chee Cheong Fun
Pork and Prawn Dumpling
Red Bean and Banana Pancake

All in all I enjoyed the food here, as most of them hit the mark for me. Some dishes may be replaced every now and then based on customer feedback and the demand for them. Of course, new ones will be added. There were actually a few more dishes that was available that day but we were too full to try them!

The service crew were friendly and patient with us too, and gave us recommendations for strategic eating haha! What I like about this buffet is that you don't need to order in quantities of a basket, but down to a single piece! For example if you want to try more Siew Mai, you need not order a basket that has 3 or 4 in it, but can simply request for one if you're too full.

And another great thing about this buffet is its wallet-friendly prices! Going on a weekday afternoon will not cost you more than $20 (after taxes), and the most expensive period on weekend nights is less than $27! Quality dim sum at affordable prices - what's not to love?

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Other Info. : Dim sum was generally tasty and yummy. Great place to come for a casual celebration with family or friends
(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
2016-01-14
Dining Method
Dine In
Spending Per Head
$20
Dining Offer
Tasting Event
Recommended Dishes
Siew Mai
Pork Chop
Nyonya Style Steamed Fish
Chives and Prawn Dumpling
Char Siew Bao
Zha Jiang Mian
Mushroom Dumpling
Scallop Dumpling
Liushabao
  • Steamed Fish
  • Dumplings