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Addicted to Chinese-style hot pipping bun, I was looking for homely Char Siew Bao. No doubt there were many places selling it, yet it was still hard to find a best one. Situated at the most obvious position, it was the first stall on your right upon entering Malaysia Boleh foodcourt. Small and well-maintained space, the stall appeared in neat and hygiene. Orders were unstoppable, boss was busying to fill up the steam oven repeatedly. Smoky hot while I bought it, softness proved its freshness wi
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Addicted to Chinese-style hot pipping bun, I was looking for homely Char Siew Bao. No doubt there were many places selling it, yet it was still hard to find a best one.
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Situated at the most obvious position, it was the first stall on your right upon entering Malaysia Boleh foodcourt. Small and well-maintained space, the stall appeared in neat and hygiene. Orders were unstoppable, boss was busying to fill up the steam oven repeatedly.
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Smoky hot while I bought it, softness proved its freshness with daily making. Ingredient wrapped inside the skin was juicy sweet, a heavy char-grilled fragrant. Red dot on top was the mark to identify its filling, one of the best selling items. $0.80 for my snack after lunch was fine, little fluffy bun. I was enjoying the delicious Char Siew Bao, decently affordable price too.
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Date of Visit
2014-02-09
Spending Per Head
$1 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Char Siew Bao