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Had the Pork Ribs (~$3.80) which was sadly a disappointment — it lacked any flavour and was strangely chewy 🧐

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Tried this relatively new stall at Tekka Centre situated beside the famous 545 Whampoa Prawn Noodles recently — was quite amazed by the number of items they have to offer here despite being a typical roasted delights stall on first sight.

Went with something more conventional, though the offering of Braised Pork Belly Noodles comes as a surprise to me. Really liked how the meats here are very well-executed; the Braised Pork Belly was tender, juicy and succulent — noticed how the cut used featured a good proportion of fatty parts and lean meat for a meaty bite without being particularly dry, whilst coming pretty savoury and minimal cartilage for more meat. The Char Siew was also equally outstanding; again featuring both fatty and leaner parts — seemingly done in the Malaysian-style, the fattier parts come melt-in-the-mouth, whilst carrying a hint of sweetness from the honey glaze over the top with a slight char. Would recommend to have rice over the noodles here; the noodles were a wee bit too soggy for my liking — still would prefer to have my favourite Chin Seng Cooked Food’s noodles in comparison, but the meats are certainly worth the go especially if in the area, considering how it seems to be probably the best you can get at Tekka Centre (or at least, for the ones that we had tried).


I've been here a few years ago, and the food didn't leave much impression. But this visit blew me away! It's good quality dim sum at affordable prices. It's accessible, both geographically and economically.

My favourite is the liushabao - thick oozy salted egg goodness wrapped in a soft and yet crispy bao.

Served with side salad and a base of house made pesto sauce (contains nuts), the barramundi was served hot (literally still had steam). The pairing of the outer black crunchy layer with a smooth and flavourful inner fish layer was truly pleasant.

The food was a pretty long wait but it was worth it. Probably because they made the entire cafes food in one shot.

The flavours from the pesto sauce and the lamb ribs are really striking is this dish and yet they don’t clash or overpower each other. Not too mention the lamb ribs are so tender they just fall right off the bone. Served with a large amount salad and other sides, this meal was sumptuous.

⭐ Rating: 4 / 5 ⭐
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15 Mar’19, Fri⛅️⁣⁣
📍Dim Sum Haus⁣⁣
- Steamed Shrimp Dumplings 晶瑩鮮蝦餃🥟⁣⁣
- Xiao Long Bao 小籠包🥟⁣⁣
- Pan Fried Carrot Cake 臘味蘿蔔糕🥕⁣⁣
- Fried Fresh Shrimp in Beancurd Skin 鮮蝦腐皮卷🍤⁣⁣
- Baked BBQ Pork Pastry 蜜汁叉燒酥🍖⁣⁣
- Steamed Rice Roll with Crispy Shrimp 金罔脆皮蝦蒸腸粉🦐⁣⁣
- Pu Er Tea 普洱茶🍵⁣⁣
Craving for dim sum, Burpple Beyond one-for-one again!✌🏻⁣⁣

Prefer DTF’s xlb to this but this was still consider decent, can order kind...

If only the har gao’s skin can be a little thinner, that will be perfect...the shrimp inside was quite fresh...

The carrot cake was not bad actually, giving a hint of luh cheong taste, can try...

The fried fresh shrimp in beancurd skin was probably the best dish from what we have ordered, crispy skin with shrimp paste, not bad at all~

As for the pork pastry, erm, decent but not wow, in fact, the skin was like again, too thick, think can skip this...

The chee cheong fan also, like too thick again, but the sauce was not bad, and the shrimps were pretty fresh...

Lastly, the pu er to “neutralise” the oily jelak feel from the fried stuff...

⁣⁣Overall, for the one-for-one, quite decent and worth it, wouldn’t mind back to try other stuff...

Damage: $30.19 (Total) Beyond one-for-one

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They say all fish are made equal, but the black fish here utterly destroys this statement. This is stuff if legend, which some may say is a sui generis. When one sinks their teeth into this marvel, one is treated to an immediate symphony of texture and flavour. Slightly crispy on the outside but perfectly soft on the inside, the experience is taken to the next level with a perfect assortment of herbs, spices and fresh beansprouts. Try this or regret forever.

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Located at 161 Jalan Besar, joining Swee Choon and Dim Sum Haus in the same area to satisfy your breakfast and supper cravings at affordable prices anytime from 11.30am-1.30am 🙌🏻. What surprised us was that they serve alcohol to pair with dim sum, damn!! 🥢🥂🍻

Prepared freshly by the head chef from Hongkong and his team daily, and also being particular on handmade quality and traditional recipes, it was a sight to see in their open concept kitchen 🤩

Overall, quality was decent although there were hits and misses, given its extremely wide variety. My favourite picks would be their Signature Hot & Spicy Dumpling ($4.80), Pan Fried Carrot Cake ($4.50), Fried Prawn Roll in Beancurd Skin ($4.50), Egg Tart ($4.60), BBQ Pork Rice Roll ($4.90), HK Style Wanton Noodle ($7) 😋

📣 Flash this post and quote to enjoy your first pint of beer for FREE with any order of 2 dishes. Choices of beer include: Kornenbourg 1664 Blanc & Carlsberg. Valid till 30 April 2020 😊

💌Thanks @sumdimsumsg hosting us with a great spread of dim sum 😄 and Angie @abundancegie @wheretoeatsg for the invite 🤗

Tekka (aka Zhujiao or KK market) is a Singapore institution. It is a wet market where you can buy meat, vegs and fresh fruit at a fraction of prices at Huber’s Butcher or Cold Storage. In fact, there are wives of billionaires who still shop here. It is also a huge and diverse hawker centre, with the highest number of South Asian stalls in Singapore - North Indian, South Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and probably SriLankan too if you look hard. You will also find many Chinese (chicken rice, bak chor mee, etc) and Malay stalls. In the old days, there was a slaughterhouse here (hence the name of the Buffalo Road). Maybe Tekka should have a stall selling buffalo Bistecca?