5 Changi Village Road
#01-2055
Singapore 500005

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Sunday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Monday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Tuesday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Wednesday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Thursday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Friday:
07:30am - 01:00am

Saturday:
07:30am - 01:00am

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I came by for supper as I remember eating here years back. Here were some of the hits and misses for me.

Hits: Custard buns here have salted egg yolk flavor and are runny and good. Also the Wanton Spinach Noodle I had was delicious as well, as the wantons were deeply fried till fragrant, served crispy. Noodles were perfect al-dente.

Misses: Xiao Long Bao unfortunately is low on the list. I wouldn't even recommend it if you were having a xlb craving.

The staff here were very friendly and welcoming, so we decided to stop here for some dimsum and drinks.

Their Hong Kong style egg tarts were not bad, each one encased in many layers of flakey pastry. However, it wasn't served warm, which would have made them so much better.

Price: $4.80 for 3 pieces

#halfeatenblog #dimsum #eggtart #burpple

Today was one of the very rare times I find myself in Changi Village, and felt like having Dim Sum for Sunday's brunch so tried out Le Xuan based on online reviews. Overall, it was ok: decent selections, value for money prices and taste-wise acceptable but nothing wow-ing. I'd probably recommend the crispy char siew buns and hakka yong tau foo.

If you are expecting Tim Ho Wan- like baked char siew buns, you will not get those here. The baked bun here is airy filled with a queer char siew filling that has beans in them. A top coarsely textured crumbles are for you to decide yay/nay.

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$4.50 for 3 pieces of fried durian. Not too bad. I

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$4.50 for dumpling soup (of four large dumplings) is a little steep? 🙊and my Chee Cheong fun was not smooth and silky but thick and lumpy 😢

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