This is literally THE dim sum place to go to, whether you're a Muslim or not, because the dimsum and tzichar dishes here are equally as good as (if not better than) the non-halal ones. And because this restaurant is halal-certified, they serve up pretty interesting and unique renditions of the regular dimsum and tzichar dishes without sacrificing their flavour.

The garlic egg fried rice (top left) may seem like a simple dish, but it was extremely fragrant especially with the deep fried garlic chips. Don't forget the chilli as well for an added kick! The crispy chicken with coffee (bottom left) was an excellent imitation of the coffee pork ribs (咖啡排骨) we have in usual tzichar restaurants, while the duck charsiew buns (top right) are a clever adaptation of our regular pork ones. The har gow (bottom center) here are huge and plump, and they have a very interesting beef rendang chee cheong fun (bottom right) which surprised me with their harmonious taste despite the unusual combination. Other must-trys: pan fried yam cake and pandan salted egg buns!

This restaurant is such a gem for its affordable and creative food offerings. With a never-ending crowd, and after trying several items here, I dare say that this is one of the best dimsum and tzichar restaurants I've ever been to.