1 Scott Road
Shaw House, #02-18
Singapore 228208

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It looks simple but the the easier the dish looks, more effort have to be put in to the process behind. A variety of mushroom was put into a mix and stir fry before serving it to us.

Orh nee is actually a teochew dessert and the process of making it is very tedious. It took sometime before it came out after the mango sago was served. Love how smooth the consistency of the orh nee and topped with ginko nuts.

Initially we wanted the duck but came a roasted chicken instead. The waiter did apologise to us and we just decide to change our tonightโ€™s protein to chicken instead. Saltish skin but meat was tender and quite flavourful. Even the breat meat is not tough.

The filling is good but the skin is a tad too thick. Salted egg filling is super intense and flowy, look at the goodies flowing out makes me feel so satisfying ๐Ÿคค

Having cute birds as a presentation of your fave dimsum might just add a lil smile to your breakfast. Overall food is okay, but the waiting time can be quite long.

My favourite to-go restaurant for dim-sum since I was young. But what's ironic to me is that the servers speak Cantonese instead of Teochew. Well of course they do communicate in Chinese too! Hmm..๐Ÿ˜† With reference from the picture, I usually order the salted egg yolk bun (ๆตๆฒ™ๅŒ…), steamed char siew bun, chicken feet, pan-fried carrot cake, roasted duck and pork (dipped in sweet plum sauce and Chinese mustard respectively. The skins are so crisp and the meats are succulent!) and steamed bamboo clams (with tons of chopped garlic and chilli!). Also, do order the deep fried silver fish, chilled intestines marinated in soy sauce, the best ever chee cheong fun with shrimps and the fried version (only available on weekends) and the pan-friend yong tau foo with bean paste (also only available on weekends). This restaurant also serves various seafood, congee, wok-hei dishes etc; think classy zi-char ๐Ÿ˜ The service is good given their sheer attentiveness- think one server to 3 or 4 tables! If you're planning to go on weekends, remember to place reservations!