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I was so excited when I learnt that this Dim Sum joint from Hong Kong is coming to Singapore. I recently have just tried Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong and I love the Dim Sum a lot. Well, I can't bring it back, so I'm really happy that this is here. I realized they have the concept of the 4 heavenly kings here, it comprises of Steamed Egg Cake ($3.80), Pig Liver Chee Cheong Fan ($5.50), Char Siew Bao ( 3 pc for $4.50) and the Pan Fried Carrot Cake ($4.50). I love the Char Siew Bao the best as they glaz
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I was so excited when I learnt that this Dim Sum joint from Hong Kong is coming to Singapore. I recently have just tried Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong and I love the Dim Sum a lot. Well, I can't bring it back, so I'm really happy that this is here. I realized they have the concept of the 4 heavenly kings here, it comprises of Steamed Egg Cake ($3.80), Pig Liver Chee Cheong Fan ($5.50), Char Siew Bao ( 3 pc for $4.50) and the Pan Fried Carrot Cake ($4.50). I love the Char Siew Bao the best as they glazed it with butter and packed the Char Siew inside a polo bun. This is a must-try. I would recommend having it in the restaurant once it is served. Steamed Egg Cake was typical but was nice when it was served hot. The Pig Liver Chee Cheong Fan was a tad too thick and I didn’t really like the taste of the Pan Fried Carrot Cake. Perhaps I’m not used to use cause there were minced dried Chinese sausages in it. I loved the Siew Mai (4pcs for $5.00) and this had a similar taste as Hong Kong; one of the best Siew Mai I have had. They use fresh ingredients such as prawns and one can really tell from the difference. Another dish that I would recommend is the Pork Ribs with bean sauce ($4.20), this was really tasty. I was also glad that they have a takeaway counter so that people can just take away so they do not have to queue for a long time. The decor of this place like a typical char chan teng atmosphere (tea house) with sauces at the side and furnished with traditional char chan teng furniture. Overall, being a Michelin star restaurant, prices is abit on the high side but it is worth trying.
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)
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