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It's actually not bad. Could do w a tad more filling

Mini charcoal bun with bakkwa fillings. However, the filling is generous but a tad sweet. But still, $0.55 for mini bun is still a steal!

This is a collaboration between Kimly Dim Sum and Peng Guan Bak Kwa, one of the traditional Bak Kwa shops. While not the typical “renowned” bakkwa brand, it does grill up pretty decent and fragrant Bak Kwas! (As tried and tasted during Chinese New Year period!) Love how there’s a tinge of charred bakkwa aroma that comes from within, with each bite. The skin-to-filling ratio in these bite-sized paus (mini paus, as some call it) were golden. Also, there were little sesame bits within. Sweet and savoury at the same time! And kinda sexy being tiny and black, thanks to the charcoal pau skin!

Priced at $0.90 for one and $4 for 5.

Just some really thiccc yam block with yam chunks on top, fried to perfection. It’s a tad too oily and heavy for a meal tho! Otherwise a pretty decent yam cake. Not wow but not bad

Just some really simple 开口笑叉烧包. Love the pretty flavoursome charsiew! It can be pretty sweet for some to handle but perfectly balanced with the fluffy bun ‘petals’. In terms of the pau dough, this ‘open’ pau is a lot denser than the typical closed-up paus. Somewhat a lil’ more starchy; just nice to balance off the sweetness of the charsiew filling