643 Bukit Batok Central
Singapore 650643

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06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

06:00am - 05:00pm

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Quite a lot of carbs from the glutinous rice and the bun but actually the dish is still quite moist due to the generous amount of zhap. It's more of a Chinese chicken stew ladled into a unique container rather than a normal bun so it's worth a try(esp when you mix the chili in)


Interesting royal chicken bao from this newly open dim sum shop in the heartland of Bukit Batok. Chicken fillings and topped with glutinous rice. The pao was quite soft and pilowy. As for the other dim sum items, nothing to shout about. Just go for their pau items!

Yet another offering that is unique to Lian Bang Fu Zhou Home-made Pau is the Golden Wo Zai Pau — the bun is an interesting fusion of steamed egg cake and char siew bun with the steamed egg cake encased within a pau bun lined with char siew filling. The result was an interesting combination of sweet and savoury; something out of the usual char siew bun for the sweetness is provided by the steamed egg cake.

The Char Siew Bun itself was decent; more savoury than sweet being meaty with tiny chunks of meat within. The bun might be a little on the thick side, but does carry quite a bit of fluff — not the best but decent enough.


Went to Bukit Batok after seeing photos of the special paus available at Lian Bang Fu Zhou Home-Made Pau, which includes this Royal Chicken Bao that comes with char siew, mushroom, onions smothered in a lightly savory yet thick sauce within, stacked atop a layer of glutinous rice. Every bite comes with a light hint of sweetness from the char siew amidst the savouriness from the sauce, while the bun despite being a little on the thicker side is also pretty fluffy. The entire combination isn't quite like the usual Lo Mai Gai offering despite sounding similar, largely due to how saucy the entire filling is but it's certainly not the conventional pau one would expect from a dim sum shop.


❤️ the pocket-friendly dim sum items offered at this shop situated in a quiet corner of Bukit Batok Central. Some of my favourite items are the sinfully-crispy skin and soft, piping hot blocks of carrot cake; deep-fried, golden brown beancurd skin stuffed with flavourful shrimp filling as well as their soft, fluffy char siew bao and liu sha bao in petite-size that I can easily pop in my mouth and finish in a bite. 😀
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