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Top left: honey charsiew bao @ $4.70
Top right: charcoal chicken & shrimp siewmai @ $5.20
Bottom left: baked custard bun @ $5.90
Bottom right: steamed crispy chee cheong fun @ $5.50

Came to the new outlet as it was nearer to get to from where we were. Asked the staff if the old outlet is still around and she says yes and this new outlet has got less items than the old outlet.

I recalled the honey charsiew bao from the old outlet was very good but over here the skin is a bit too thick and the filling a bit too little even though the bun is still quite soft. The baked custard bun might have been better with the traditional one as the exterior has a bit of polo bun taste and stole the show a bit from the custard.

The siewmau was alright, quite normal. The chee cheong fun was probably the best item among the 4.

Our favourite go to noodles everytime we're at dintaifung. It looks very spicy but it's not. It's nutty and slightly peppery. Noodle texture is perfect. Love how their standard is the same at every outlet!

So we tried both the normal siew mai and this less common teochew styled one. Preferred the former, and this was less seasoned and flavourful, I'm guessing since its teochew to emphasise freshness of ingredients.

This is reminiscent of a good waffle i.e. cripsy on the outside, soft and moist on the inside. Made savoury with a good xo sauce. Dim sum, and food in generally here is a bit on the pricier side but still considered matching for the quality.

Not a novel but still an ingenious idea to have a crispy crusty fried roll with juicy prawns wrapped in a silky smooth rice sheet. So many textures in one bite!

Best steamed prawn dumpling (Har Gau) imo. The prawn filling is crunchy and generous. Every other dim sum dish is competently executed as well. Xiao Long Bao, fried prawn & mango roll, siew mai, steamed Teochew dumpling are the must order each time too!

Feature beef hor fun.
The kway Teow have light wok hei, served with tasty gravy fermented black bean, not too starchy or too watery, the meat was very tender.
💰$6.8 (small).
📍Mongkok Dimsum.
906P Upper Thomson rd.
Singapore 787110.

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Using only the freshest ingredients, the well-blended mix of lobster with egg white and crab roe oozes umami with each bite.

A spin-off from one of Xin’s bestseller Baked Sea Perch with Japanese Miso Sauce味增焗鲈鱼. Homely heartwarming dish that reminds me of my grandma who used to cook some dishes using the Chinese Rice Wine.

The price is affordable but little bit small.

pretty decent sized prawns and the cereal coating was so fragrant and crispy. but prawns after cooked were less juicy than i would like

everything was pretty good except portions slightly small. probs only worth w burpple 1 for 1