60 Paya Lebar Road
#01-31 Paya Lebar Square
Singapore 409051

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10:00am - 09:30pm

10:00am - 09:30pm

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Feature :
💕salted egg custard bun
💕Honey Char Siew bun
💕creamy Orr nee Lava bun
💕sesame Red Bean pancake
💕har Gao
💕floating prawn Siew Mai
💕jumbo wanton
💕chicken chives dumplings
💕sesame mango Prawn roll
💕fried Beancurd Skinroll
💕 Filo prawn Ball
💕taro balls.
💕 fried chives n pork dumplings

My fav is the taro ball, chewy skin with smooth Taro filling and not too sweet.
The siew mai and har Gao prawn are fresh, and The steamed buns are soft.
The dumpling skin slightly thick, the filling between chives n meat is balance.

For fried items I reheat using air fryer and for the steam items I steam it

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Paya Lebar Square, #01-31

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The steamed buns were soft and fluffy, and filled with yummy tastings - oozy salted egg custard ($4.80), sweet and tender honey char siew ($4.80), and smooth naturally tasting orh nee ($4.80). Only wish was to have more generous fillings:bun ratio.

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In general, we preferred the deep fried over the steamed dim sum items. Sesame Mango Prawn roll ($5.50) had a refreshing mango, radish, and prawn filling. The Beancurd Skin with Prawn ($5.50) and Filo prawn ball ($4.80) were fragrant and crispy. The red bean pancake ($4.80) had flavourful and smooth red bean filling, but found the pancake itself to be a tad thick and underbaked.

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Taro balls ($3.80) - Our general favourite and top recommend! Smooth and natural tasting taro was stuffed in chewy sweet potato balls. Tasted almost Mochi-like and wasn’t too sweet.

Fried chives & pork dumplings ($3.80) - Fillings were tasty but did wish the skin was slightly thinner

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Even though I was quite harsh on @gaibang.sg yesterday, it isn’t an entirely lost cause. Yes, there is a little salvation to be had in the form of this trio of prawn chee cheong fun (rice rolls). At least Gaibang nailed something, so there might just be some hope yet.⠀

The rolled up sheets of rice flour were delicate & ethereal, so much so that it tends to fall apart when you try to pick it up with chopsticks. They were thin, slightly sticky and supple, barely able to contain their individual payloads of fat, felicitously fresh shrimp. As for the gargantuan shrimp, they were subtly briny, delectably sweet and had the bouncy hallmark of an ocean fresh crustacean.⠀

Now, rice flour is bland as all hell, so it falls entirely on the accompanying soya sauce to flavour everything. This time, Gaibang finally brought the seasoning. The soya sauce is an easy shoo in for one of the most fragrant & flavourful chee cheong fun sauces I’ve had thus far. The deep, roasted sapidity of the soya sauce mingled effortlessly with the fragrant sesame oil, producing a heady aroma.⠀

While these piquant prawn rice rolls were undisputedly excellent, the asking price of $4.80 a serving (!!!!!) was extremely extortionate. I’m sorry pal, but my wallet ain’t built to take torture like that. Once and probably never again, I’m afraid.

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Another disappointment was the steamed pork ribs ($3.80 a serving). While the black bean & garlic did provide a bit of flavour & life here, it wasn’t quite enough salinity. The pork was passably tender, but the serving size feels like a sham. There are actual restaurants out there serving double the portion of pork ribs for about seventy cents more.⠀

Yeah, I get a little triggered when dim sum is dissed like this. I wanted to like Gaibang, but if they continue like this they’re going out with a whimper.