Having tried most of the recommended dimsum at Victor's Kitchen, we decided to try something else on the menu today - the xiaolongbao! We felt that the xiaolongbao at Victor's Kitchen were slightly bigger than those at many other dimsum restaurants, and the skin was thicker and more floury as well! One upside of the larger size is that the serving of minced pork in each piece is relatively generous as well! 😁

However, we were a little disappointed because the three pieces of xiaolongbao were stuck to each other and they burst when we tried to pull them apart! 😭😭😭 Hence, we did not get to try the fragrant broth that each piece of xiaolongbao is supposed to contain. Hopefully, this will not happen if we ever order the xiaolongbao again.

Victors kitchen is quite popular especially for meals on a weekend. Hence, do be prepared to queue especially if you are coming in a big group! Also, you may wish to note that the restaurant accepts cash only (not even NETS), so it might be worthwhile to pay a visit to the ATM machine before you head to Victor's Kitchen!