126 搵到食 (Sims Avenue)

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~$15/pax
Did you know that “126” or “wan dou sek”, means “found something to eat” in Cantonese? This 24 hour, always-packed, HK-style eatery has an extensive menu with some really creative items.

126 Sims Avenue
Singapore 387449

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Tuesday:
Open 24 hours

Wednesday:
Open 24 hours

Thursday:
Open 24 hours

Friday:
Open 24 hours

Saturday:
Open 24 hours

Sunday:
Open 24 hours

Monday:
Open 24 hours

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The egg tarts weren't in the menu and the staff wasn't even sure whether they had them when we asked. He came to us eventually with a packet of 3 which were most likely baked much earlier and wasn't kept warm. They would have tasted much better if they cared to warm it up though. Pretty standard egg tarts, the cookie crust was sweet and buttery and the egg filling tends to the sweeter side.

We were curious what kind of liushabao wouldn't have salted egg as we thought it's definitely an essential ingredient so we decided to order this to try! The filling which was pretty generous, tasted like sweet corn custard and it was not bad, though we definitely still prefer traditional liushabaos.

This isn't your typical xiaolongbao as the soup is outside the bao. They do serve it without the soup as well, which baffles me as xiao long bao is all about the soup inside, if not it'll just be like a regular dumpling. Their soup is unique, with it being rather rich and salty. The texture tasted a bit like collagen soup. This is worth a try but our hearts are still with traditional xlb and probably won't get this again.

We ordered the deep-fried dumplings with cheesy as we thought it would be great to try something unique to 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi! However, it turned out to be a bad choice as it was quite strange for mozzarella cheese to be on deep-fried dumplings. Aside from that, we thought the dumplings were a little over-fried and some parts of the dumplings tasted a little burnt. 😑 We probably will not try anything out of the ordinary if we were ever to visit Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi again!

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These are miniature bite-sized versions of the usual char siew paus and we guess they are slightly easier to eat? Otherwise, they taste as normal as other char siew paus!

Very normal siew mai to be honest and nothing out of the ordinary, aside from the fact that they are noticeably larger than most other siew mais. Nothing to rave about either! Based on the other reviews, it seems that 126 Dim Sum Wen Dao Shi had better times in the past.

Nonetheless, we thought the greatest selling point of the eatery is the fact that it is open for 24 hours. Hence, it was a great stopover for us on our night cycling journey in the east. In fact, it was really crowded at 4 am in the morning so do be prepared to be unable to find seats as it is one of the few jaunts that are open at the wee hours in the morning.

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