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The unique selling point of this restaurant is the traditional way of sselling dim sum, which is to use a trolley to move around the restaurant shouting to potential customers the name of the dim sum on the trolley. Being the kiasu Singaporeans, you will see us walking to them rather than letting them move on to our seats.The century egg porridge was tasty, but it can be improved to be “sticky” and as well as the portion is too small for one person to complete. The Lou Mai Kai was delicious. I
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The unique selling point of this restaurant is the traditional way of sselling dim sum, which is to use a trolley to move around the restaurant shouting to potential customers the name of the dim sum on the trolley. Being the kiasu Singaporeans, you will see us walking to them rather than letting them move on to our seats.

The century egg porridge was tasty, but it can be improved to be “sticky” and as well as the portion is too small for one person to complete. The Lou Mai Kai was delicious. I especially love the jellyfish in this restaurant, it was broad and has the right texture for us to chew and swallow the jelly fishes.

The roast duck was delectable. As for desserts, the mango pudding and the egg tarts are great! Overall, it was a good place to have dim sum and the dim sum was good.
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Taste
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Date of Visit
2011-04-23
Spending Per Head
$25 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • egg tart. jelly fish
  • fried seafood beancurd