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Wanted to try TimHoWan but the queue was way too long and I was too hungry to wait. We went to this crystal jade to try the dim sum instead. I ordered the Har Gow, Chee Cheong Fun and Custard Bun ($5.20)I love the filling in the har gow! The prawn inside was crunchy, the way that i like. Some parts of the skin was a little dry though. I think they also added something inside that made it especially sweet! Tasted a bit flour-y. I actually thought this was the steamroll with prawns/char siew insi
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Wanted to try TimHoWan but the queue was way too long and I was too hungry to wait. We went to this crystal jade to try the dim sum instead.
I ordered the Har Gow, Chee Cheong Fun and Custard Bun
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I love the filling in the har gow! The prawn inside was crunchy, the way that i like. Some parts of the skin was a little dry though. I think they also added something inside that made it especially sweet! Tasted a bit flour-y.
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I actually thought this was the steamroll with prawns/char siew inside as the menu stated that it was steam rice tool/sesame seed ($3.80). Was quite surprised as I've always loved sesame and another with sesame would make me have an instant liking to it. I think the yellow looking liquid is mustard? So there were ketchup and mustard with the chee cheong fun. Pretty good!
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The custard bao was okay, I like that the skin was soft and it looks like little man-tou. ($4.00)

Not a bad dim-sum place to dine if you're looking for an alternative to TimHoWan!
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