151 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5
Singapore 560151

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11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 10:00pm

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flavourful soup which was light, sweet and aromatic. Coupled with beef cubes which melt in your mouth and the smooth noodles. Really really awesome.

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Xiao Long Baos.

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/11-xiao-long-bao-singapore/

Be prepared to wait for your food to arrive though as everything is made to order and do not expect for a wide array of options as there are only several staples in the entire menu. Besides the Sheng Jian Baos, you definitely cannot leave without ordering their Xiao Long Baos ($6), both equally impressive in my opinion. The chef was so confident in his xiao long baos that I overheard him telling another diner that he does not serve vinegar and ginger to go with it as there’s enough flavours in each dumplings from the broth to the pork. That alone is a true testament on the quality of the food.
Shanghai Ren Jia
Address: 151, Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5, Unit 01-3046, Singapore 560151


A very homely restaurant for Shanghainese cuisine. There are lots of reviews out there for this place! Have been visiting for at least 4years, standard did drop a tad bit but still good. The bosses are very passionate about their food. The first time i went, and asked for vinegar to go with the xiao long bao's , i was "lectured" about how vinegar is only used with inferior and smelly pork. 😂

Rating: 9/10

Will i return/recommend: Yes/Yes

Pros: Reasonably priced as i believe most items were made from scratch. Not greasy and oily, they only use fresh oil to fry their springrolls. Limited menu items but everything is meticulously made. They have Sheng Jian Bao which is quite rare in SG! Pretty authentic, but slightly altered to suit local tastes; bosses are Shanghainese 👍

Cons: Limited seating capacity. Limited choices of dishes to select from (menu is one sheet front & back)

Price: S$33.10 for items pictured + table fees

Walking into the restaurant, I thought, did 《HDB Tai Tai》come here to film? The 2-page menu presented to us had a picture for each food item available. While deciding what to eat, the waiter kindly asked if we were going to order the highly-raved Sheng Jian Bao, as it takes a bit of time to prepare. We ordered it together with some other dishes: the
Spring Rolls, Wanton soup, Pork chop and chicken noodles, and the Xiao Long Bao. The Wanton soup caught our attention as the small chewy dumplings were dipped in good stock! The pictured Spring Rolls were crispy, and what contained within was a mixture of a cheesy textured white cabbage in wasabi, refreshing experience having it! Although the Sheng Jian Baos were highly raved, I prefer that one we had in Paradise Dynasty...

Went on Hari Raya haji and it was open, and also a few peeps. Only the people who frequent here know they also open on public holidays. The place is airconditioned and its small and cosy. Must gets are the spring rolls and fried bun, they are amazing! pumpkin pancake(?) & the drunken chicken too! im satisfied with everything that we have ordered. Had a friendly chat with the boss too, hes really sincere in his cooking and its a joy to learn more about how food in Shanghai is. I would say the price is affordable and quite worth it since everything from scratch. #BurppleCheapNGood