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If you have a craving for Shanghai Tim Sum, look no further than Tong Xin Ju in Maxwell market. It has been around for many years and have a ardent following of loyal customers, having to queue for good food is always worth it!The fried dumplings (Guo Tie) is my favourite. Juicy, light brown and crispy, the fried dumpling together with their sauce is yummy! I didnt try the steamed dumplings, as I prefer fried ones, but saw many who ordered that, so i guess it should be good as well. The sour and
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If you have a craving for Shanghai Tim Sum, look no further than Tong Xin Ju in Maxwell market. It has been around for many years and have a ardent following of loyal customers, having to queue for good food is always worth it!

The fried dumplings (Guo Tie) is my favourite. Juicy, light brown and crispy, the fried dumpling together with their sauce is yummy! I didnt try the steamed dumplings, as I prefer fried ones, but saw many who ordered that, so i guess it should be good as well. The sour and spicy soup is also the main attraction, such a big bowl of soup power-packed with lots of ingredients, it is definitely value for money. The Beijing noodles are also in a big serving with lots of prawns, my sis wiped the whole plate of noodles off unknowingly! Prices start from $3 onwards.

Service is good too, they are very friendly and polite even when they are busy, which is really a plus point. It just makes eating there a really nice experience. On and off, I do go there to buy the fried dumplings home to eat, they are as good when its packed back, of course you dont keep it for hours before eating.
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  • Fried Dumpling
  • Sour and Spicy soup