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Expect a really long queue, even at the Toa Payoh neighborhood branch. I think the only off peak time is 3-5pm. I like how they have modified some of the dishes like the BBQ pork bun with crispy skin and the Carrot cake having some Lup Cheong inside. Adds a bite more twist to Singapore's common expected dim sum. Slightly pricier, but good award winning dim sum!Skip the monthly specials (which taste like my dog's armpit. wait how would I know what tastes like? HMM.) and go for their popular dishe
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Expect a really long queue, even at the Toa Payoh neighborhood branch. I think the only off peak time is 3-5pm.

I like how they have modified some of the dishes like the BBQ pork bun with crispy skin and the Carrot cake having some Lup Cheong inside. Adds a bite more twist to Singapore's common expected dim sum. Slightly pricier, but good award winning dim sum!

Skip the monthly specials (which taste like my dog's armpit. wait how would I know what tastes like? HMM.) and go for their popular dishes.

Chef Cheung has also indicated the next outlet will have more local infusion dim sums, so do look forward to it!

For mind blowing dim sum photos and review click below:

http://sethlui.com/food-review-tim-ho-wan-singapore-toa-payoh
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Date of Visit
2013-09-11
Spending Per Head
$25 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • BBQ pork bun