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Obviously I do not have to introduce this popular restaurant which serves dim sum, not in the morning but throughout the night! This time, we decided to try more varieties. It is kinda famous for the mee sua kueh, which is a deep fried rice cake that is wrapped in a salty rice vermicelli but I didn't find it fascinating. Whereas, what's the real awesome bomb is the pan fried tofu with pork floss, its texture is just too silky and melts in your mouth! Do also try their salted egg custard bun, har
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Obviously I do not have to introduce this popular restaurant which serves dim sum, not in the morning but throughout the night!

This time, we decided to try more varieties. It is kinda famous for the mee sua kueh, which is a deep fried rice cake that is wrapped in a salty rice vermicelli but I didn't find it fascinating. Whereas, what's the real awesome bomb is the pan fried tofu with pork floss, its texture is just too silky and melts in your mouth! Do also try their salted egg custard bun, hargow and friend red bean paste!


Only con of this place, they don't take in reservation and you'll have to wait for at least half an hour usually!
(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
2014-01-10
Spending Per Head
$15 (Dinner)
Recommended Dishes
  • Pan fried tofu with pork floss
  • salted egg custard bun