Hand in Hand Beijing Restaurant

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Since our establishment in 2004, we are dedicated to serving our customers with love and sincerity. We insist to use fresh and healthy ingredients, and never compromise on the quality of food ever since day one. Thanks to our local and overseas supporters, over the years, we have expanded our food variety from Northern China Delights to Dim Sum, Hand-made Ramen, Mala Hot Pot, Griddle Cooked Dish, etc.

141/143 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208859

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10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

10:00am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 10:00pm

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Even though this is one of their signatures, it fell short of our expectations. I wished I could taste more of the seafood sweetness since the egg white kind of overpowered everything…

Nevertheless, I love their XLB, Fried Dumplings, Chive Egg Pancake & JJM!😋

Fav dish was the 拔丝芋头 bcos the taro was melt-in-your-mouth soft and fluffy. The caramel layer was too thick for certain pieces, it could have been a thinner, more uniform layer. The 辣子鸡,炸酱面 & 锅贴 was average. Expensive also

Specifically travelled here for their xiao long bao and fried dumplings with leek & shrimp but ended up having other favourite items 😂

Ordered the xiao long bao ($5.80 for 5pcs), fried dumplings with leek & shrimp($8.80), Beijing styled noodles with soybean pasta ($6.80), steamed chicken with chilli sauce and kelp side dish.

Xiao Long Bao was flavourful, and skin was relatively thin yet chewy. The fried dumplings with leek & shrimp had a layer of crisp to it and the skin was chewy too, but seemed overwhelming after having quite a few. Kelp side dish was good in balancing out the jelak-ness of the other dishes.

My favourite two were the Beijing styled noodles with soybean pasta and steamed chicken with chilli sauce. The noodle texture was chewy and really good while the chicken was cold and appetising.

Price point was really good too, will be back to try other items in their menu!

The dish we preferred most for our meal here though still average. The fried dumplings had a pretty juicy filling of pork and shrimps. The slightly crisp base was thin and not too greasy. I would have liked it fried a little bit longer for a better crunch.

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This comes in 3 sizes and we went for the small that had 5 pieces. Had pretty high expectations for this, and while decently seasoned and each of them had a good amount of broth in it, we found the filling too mushy soft for our liking. Skin was a bit thick as well.

Noodles had a good bite, but unfortunately our bowl was quite salty as a whole. The sauce had a strong peanuty smell, but the taste of it wasn’t as distinct (which was a plus for my preference). The saltiness aside, it had a likable tang. If you’re one who needs more heat, they have chilli on the side to add on.