Si Chuan Dou Hua changes their afternoon tea menu monthly, and the following dim sums are for the month of June.FOOD
Five delicacies of the Petites Selection of Tapas
The five delicacies are: Jelly fish, Fresh Prawn Salad, Shredded Chicken with sesame, Sichuan Preserved Vegetables and Ling Zhi Mushroom with Onion Oil. Very unique delicacies from china.
Steamed Crystal Dumpling
This crystal dumpling is quite special. It has those peas, carrots, corns, prawns being wrapped in it. Tasty!
Steamed Spinach Prawn Dumpling
Besides prawn, it has some minced spinach in the dumpling. Even the "skin" is also spinach-like colour. A special dumpling!
Si Chuan Chilled Noodle with Shredded Chicken
One of Si Chuan specialities - Chilled Noodle. It's quite normal, but would taste better if it's soup based as it's rather dry.
It's just like the normal dumpling we see outside. Nothing special
Deep Fried Sweet Corn Pancake
So this pancake is too sweet, but I'd give a thumbs up for their creativity. How common do we see sweet corn pancake outside?
Steamed Mini Yam Bun
The texture of the skin is rather weird, and the combination doesn't seems to go well. I'd still prefer the steamed yam Xiao Long Bao in Din Tai Fung instead.
Steamed Custard Bun
Not so satisfying as there's not much of larva flowing out, and not comparable to those of paradise group which are the top on my list.
Homemade Bean curd with Wolfberry
Their special bean curd that I always love! A sweet touch of the desert was added to complete the afternoon teaAMBIENCE
Si Chuan Dou Hua is a perfect place to have an afternoon tea with friends and just watch the world roll by... Being situated on high floor, one can admire the beautiful landscape of Singapore while having tea and chilling out. A quiet and peaceful place to calm your nerves and relax. Recommended to go during weekdays afternoon as it's really deserted. Bookings are advised to made early if you plan to go there during weekend afternoon.PRICE
The high tea is priced at $20++ per person. It has 2 kind of teas, 8-9 type of dim sums, and it's quite filling to the stomach. It's considered cheap especially it offers good view and great food. What's more to ask for?
Date of Visit: Jun 28, 2013
Spending per head: Approximately $25(Tea)Other Ratings: