491 River Valley Road
#01-07/08 Valley Point
Singapore 248371

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07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

07:30am - 09:30pm

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I call this the old man’s tea set because typically you see how the elderly love sipping their hot teh / Kopi with a pau in hand.

I’d always return to valley point’s nam kee for my pau fix because the paus here are freshly made on site .

Seemingly more fluffy pau skin a quieter and enjoyable environment for an inexpensive tea set .

The coffee and teas here are also well made - some say better (and definitely cheaper ) than Toast Box .

The char siew pao was slightly on the salty side today but still enjoyable - as the flavour was eased off by the tea . The saving grace is that the meat is pretty lean.

Get as set of 2 char siew paos and a tea / Kopi for only 3 dollars - extremely affordable .

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Same same but different

Those who know me call me names - like the food expert or the walking food guide and I do take my food very very seriously - that includes going only to certain outlets for certain food .

I would travel down to valley point , nam kee for my red bean pau and insist that I only have it here after countless unpleasant experience at their other kiosks island wide .

This is quintessentially the “ central kitchen “ of nam kee pau where you see the pau chefs in kitchen .

The pau here is soft , plump and fresh - quite different from their Tangs foodcourt outlet where I had paus With very soaking wet bottoms ( due to over steaming ) or the paus I had at their duo outlet which have very bumpy skin/ torn skin ( likely kept overnight ) and are hard and dry .

Since you pay the same price , why not get the best ?

Right ?

Only for pau enthusiasts

Although nam kee pau has outlets across Singapore , I find that eating the paus from valley point (where they are made on the spot ) to be much more enjoyable. I find that the fresh paus are more tender and pillowy.

There is this excitement of getting my hot pau and tearing it apart slowly and watch the red bean paste ooze out 🤤.

Perhaps only pau / bread enthusiasts will know what I mean by getting your pau ( Freshly steamed) and eating it ( immediately ).

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Lazy Saturday Afternoon tea the " auntie" way

Who would have thought that a sleepy place like valley point would have such a vibrant pau shop.

Nam kee pau is housed together with the other fei siong brand(s) like 85 fishball noodles and curry rice in a rather huge cafeteria within valley point .

The red bean bun was fresh , soft and tender and the red bean paste was so smooth with a flowing consistency. The best part of dining in is that you get to enjoy your pau in a clean , air conditioned environment and watch the chefs make paus right in front of you . It was only after I took the photo that I saw the friendly chefs posing for my photo.
Their smiles are so infectious :) - I Guess that's why the food is good too!

I heard an Ang mo next to my table raving about his char siew pao to his Asian Girlfriend and I kid you not - many foreigners stream in to this " hidden" secret within valley point for their siu mai and char siew paos.

You can get your cup of Teh or Kopi within the cafeteria and just enjoy a moment of peace ✌️ away from the hustle and bustle of the city .

Double the enjoyment.
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