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Fried Mee Sua Kueh

52 Reviews

This glutinous chicken is one of the recommended items at 2.50. Very palatable and look at the large mushroom and chunks of meat given. I enjoyed this much more than my mee sua kueh which came really fast but I think it was just taken off the takeaway counter. Having said that, it’s been ages since I’ve been to swee choon and I must say business is BOOMING. I came at 5.50pm (opened at 6pm) and there was a snaking long queue of both locals and tourists. Dim sum is generally served fast and I guess the affordable meals and large variety of HK and Shanghai Dim Sum keep people going back!

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I've been to Swee Choon for many instances, but it is the first today that I've tried their noodle dishes. In my honest opinion, I'm not a big fan of it as the dishes are good but lack the wow factor. Their dim sum dishes on the other hand, are consistently good. Dim sums to get are the steamed pork ribs that are bursting with umami flavours, the fried mee suah cake, their salted egg yolk buns and to finish off, their Portuguese egg tarts!

On a side note, you can reserve seats through Chope and pay through favepay for some cashbacks!

Dim Sum breakfast at Swee Choon with my mum and family!

Noodle with fried wanton for Jerrenz since he doesn’t eat dim sum

The har gao is really fresh, love the prawns 🦐 we ordered another plate after trying!

Carrot kueh, mee suan kueh and fried beancurd rolls are very crispy and yummy. The rest are pretty normal.

Almost $50 for the 5 of us

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Like a fried carrot cake but made with fried vermicelli, it had an appealing texture from the strands of soft Mee Suah, crispy outside and bouncy within.
Spanning over 4 shop spaces, the crowd at Swee Choon was consistent from dinner to supper hours, there to enjoy their wide range of Shanghai and HK Dim Sum.

The late night dim sum place. Was at Mustafa & dropped by just because. Been here 5 times over the years, left disappointed each time. Not a fan & much prefer 126. Always a crazy long queue during dinner and people all through the night. Perhaps i'm missing smth.

Rating: 5/10

Will i return/recommend: No/No (not worth the calories imo)

Pros: Wide variety. They have dim sum, la mian, soups, desserts, cooked food. Good vibe for supper. Fav dish: Mee sua kueh

Cons: Someone please teach me what to order! I don't get it, am i ordering all the wrong stuff? Food is subpar, for all the hype/attention/love it's been receiving over the years...πŸ˜” Soya milk extremely sweet.

Price: S$13.25 for everything pictured

Besides the usual dimsum favourites, I always go for the mee sua kueh πŸ˜‹#thisCuriousCraving #epicuration #burppleβ €


We were really hungry so we couldnt take nice photos. The service is fast!! Some of the portions were a bit small though. We ordered most of their signatures like liu sha bao, mee sua kuah, egg tart, xiao long bao, shrimp fried rice etc. I really love the xiao long bao here!! The soup is hot when you sip in, and then with the vinegar and ginger, it just taste so good!! The liu sha bao is like flowing and flavorful, the skin is maybe a bit thick. But overall, nice! The shrimp fried rice makes us more full as it is quite a lot. We shared the price among the 5 of us and was $10.50. No service charge and gst if I'm not wrong! 😜