6 Cheong Chin Nam Road
Singapore 599731

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Monday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

Friday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 02:15pm
05:30pm - 10:15pm

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From the Burpple community

Of the dishes we tried, this was probably one of our favorite as the noodles were cooked to an al dente texture. Apart from the minced meat in braised sauce, there were also braised tofu cubes sitting above the chewy noodles. The sauce was however rather oily and they could have drained some of it away before serving.

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While it looks quite similar to the fried rice from DTF, we found this dish to be slightly underwhelming. It wasn’t too bad, as the rice grains were chewy and there was fragrance from the eggs elevating it. However, it is probably a far cry from the fried rice you can get from DTF or King of Fried Rice in terms of the wok hei and flavor.

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Famous for their pan-fried pork dumplings, we ordered a serving of 4 to share. Free flow chili oil and vinegar could be found at the side of each table and ginger slices were given with this dish. While the charred bits of the dumplings were slightly crispy, these dumpling were pretty ordinary. Cutting through the skin of the dumpling, there was some pork broth that oozed out and the amount of meat given was also decent. While nothing to really fuss about, we believe that there are nicer pan-fried dumplings elsewhere.

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A must-order whenever I visit a dim sum store to judge their chilli quality, wonton skin & wrapping skills.

The skin was slightly thicker than usual, but still silky smooth when you bite & slurp it up. The fillings were meaty, with small chunks of prawns available in each bite. The sauce mixture though was slightly lacking. We had to add in more vinegar & chilli to oomph up the kick. Then again, if you're not a fan of anything too sour or spicy, this would be just right for you.

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When you serve this in your menu, you know you're up against tough competition with the likes of DTF & KOFR. Seeing that it's one of the staples, we had to give it a try.

Alas, the dish wasn't as good as we expected it to be. First, let's talk about the rice-while it looks perfectly fried with each grain being separated from the other, it was dry & slightly under seasoned, making it rather underwhelming. However, the pork chop wasn't too bad. The crispy panko-crusted batter helped to retain some moisture within the meat, but still didn't help to bring out the flavours of the dish.

The team might be having a rough day, but I'd skip this the next time round.

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Ding Tele 鼎特楽 has always been on my to-visit list having walked past the outlet & seeing long queues. So when I got the chance, I finally made it without having to join the queues to see what the hype was all about.

We ordered some signature items such as the crispy pork soup buns. There are 3 variations - 1 mixed platter, one with prawns & the original (as featured). We got the original version just to see what it's about.

The bun comes with a thick skin & is steamed before the bottom half being pan-fried, giving you that half and half bite of soft yet crispy mouthfeel.

While the skin is slightly thicker in texture, it does hold the soup & meat pretty well, allowing you to slurp down the soup as you bite into it. The meat is juicy & tender while the soup is slightly salty, but balanced out well when eaten all together.

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