244F Upper Thomson Road
Thomson Garden Estate
Singapore 574369

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Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
Closed

Thursday:
Closed

Friday:
Closed

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I somehow really grab the Opportunity to Try All the Dim Sum before they are Closed Down :(. I Faster take this Opportunity to Capture the Dim Sum Pic. Previously My Mind was just finding cheap nice & good local Food. When I Saw the News I quickly spread to my companion @debbiehuang @candice.huang & @mademoiselle.melo. Previously I was often nearby the Shophouse I didn"t notice the Dim Sum Shophouse. My Plan was to go there to reckie I decided to call @carl_holmberg. When Both of us were there it was very pack Seriously We really cannot Order too much We got alot of Thing to try. Never Mind I feel Satisfied going there if not I will Regret for my life.
If Anyone Planning to go There Pls Dun go there Anymore As the Place is Permanently Closed Down Already. I post it for the sake of Memory
@_qingwhye I really went there this time I show u the pic hah

Name:华南菜馆
Address: 244F Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 543369
Closed Permanently

2 Likes

😍😍😍 The bao is so soft & fluffy while the bbq pork was oozing with flavours & sweetness without too much fatty meat. Pretty generous fillings too 👍

Can't help but da bao additional back 😁😁😁 Broke my heart to read that they will be closing soon... Will miss this!!

We lived closed by and my parents would eat here diligently every Saturday morning (alternating with that defunct Chinatown Uncle dim sum place along Smith Street). I loved it, thin skins, meaty fillings and a savoury taste that was made better with the house made chilli. I was brought up by a Cantonese nanny so what she couldn't make in my flat, I supplemented with Hua Nam. When I was in primary school, I used to eat here diligently after Saturday ECA as I had to walk out from Sin Ming to take the bus. Over the years, I have brought many people here regardless of how unglamorous it was; I am sad to see it go. I am just glad that I had 1 last chance to whack my first ever dim sum dish... 😁 nostalgia much. 😢

This store has been around since the 50s & exudes the old school charm with signages, it's outlook & simple comfort food items such as dim sum.
Not necessarily the best available around, but it's an affordable pick me up whenever the cravings come by.
Quick go grab a bite before they officially close!

7 Likes

The old school Cantonese restaurant would be closing at the end of the month. No wonder it was packed during weekday lunch.
Felt the egg tart could have been better if baked slightly longer. Crumbly with smooth silky filling.
Uncle was a tab too busy to give a breakdown but was charged total S$24.40 for all including the iced tea.
Was lucky to grab the last 2 pieces of char siew buns which was so sweet and fluffy.

6 Likes

The hor fun was submerge with savoury gravy that wasn't too salty nor bland. Kway teow texture was slightly chewy. Served with slices of tender pork, sotong and vegetables , really satisfying!

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