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Baked Buns with BBQ Pork

$4.50 · 62 Reviews

We really loved the BBQ pork buns so that is highly recommended ($6.30 for 3). The sesame salted egg balls was something we didn’t try before and we really loved it ($4.50 for 3). Another recommended dish would be the Hong Kong pork chop noodles ($8 promotion) because the pork chop was very flavourful and you could taste the garlic spices which went well with the thin noodles and light soup base.

@thwsingapore
Their BBQ Pork Buns are delicious as usual. Cheong fun tasted a bit different from the ones in Jakarta, they have like spicy and sour notes. Also gave fried beancurd and the wonton soup a try. They are both great! The soup especially coz it has good wonton/suikiaw idk what that is but it’s goooooodd!
OHH and their egg tart (2nd picture) is SO GOOD! Tbh didn’t expect it to be that good so it’s a must try!!!
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📍Tim Ho Wan, Singapore (multiple outlets)
#timhowan #timhowansg #dimsum #bbqporkbun #chasiubao #chasiu #cheongfun #shrimpdumpling #wontonsoup #soup #eggtart #burpple

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Cant leave Tim Ho Wan without my favourite Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($6.20++ for 3)! 😍😍😍
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The alluring sweet & savoury BBQ pork was full of smokey roasted aroma, which made every bite so gratifying! 💕 Balanced lean-fat ratio ensured the pivotal tenderness was ✔ Coupled with a crusty sweet bun, i just couldnt ask for more (excpet for more buns!) ❤❤❤
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Cant say the same for their bite-sized Hong Kong Style Egg tarts ($4.80++ for 3) though - too milky & not eggy enough IMO. Tart shell was not buttery & crusty enough for me too. 😔 Can find better ones out there!
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Happy Saturday friends! 😘 Hope everyone is enjoying your yummy brekkie! 😋

Lo and behold, it’s your same buns but better with an improved formulation!
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✅ Crusty dome
✅ Nostalgic char sieu bun sauce
✅ Golden ratio of fat and lean pork dices
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Let’s get this bread ⚡️
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📸 & 📝 @whatjeanneats
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Location: @thwsingapore Outlets
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#thwsingapore #timhowansg #burpple #burpplesg

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Century egg with lean meat congee has always been my favourite. Tim Ho Wan didn’t disappoint, along with others such as chives dumplings, har gaos, siew mai and bbq pork buns.

$6.20 for a box of 3

The best baked version of char siew baos! Although the filing is little but the crispy fragrant crust make up for that.

$6.20 for a box of 3

The best baked version of char siew baos! Although the filing is little but the crispy fragrant crust make up for that.

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5 May’18, Sat🌥

Really disappointed by Tim Ho Wan (Plaza Sing)’s dishes...

The skin of the har-gow & chee cheong fan are just so thick, even those from Kopitiam/ hawker can win these easily...

The 3 pcs of siew mai just stick together like as if some frozen ones I can get from the supermarket and steam them together...

The fried rice are hard like as if the rice weren’t properly cooked before they fried it...

The char siew bao are a little too sweet n gelak...

As for the mini egg tarts, decent but not anything special...

To be honest, I don’t even know why there’s a queue...

I doubt I will go back again, I find it a waste of my calories intake and $...🙊

Damage: $47.32 (inclusive of svc charge & GST)
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#disappointedmeal #我到底吃了什麼 #很不可以

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Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($5.30)
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Since day one, these pillowy buns with a chewy interior and a crusty top filled with honeyed pork filling from @thwsingapore always had me reaching out for a 2nd helping. Something so seemingly simple can be so deeply gratifying.
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Special mention also to that sinfully addictive braised chicken feet with abalone sauce ($5). The chicken feet is so well braised and fully infusing that umami abalone goodness without turning its texture overly mushy. Even the accompanying beancurd skin is a delight to slurp up with the sauce.

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Now I understand why the queue is forever long every time I attmepted to try this dim sum place. You gotta try so you'll understand.