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2 Bayfront Avenue
#B2-50 Canal Level Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018972

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Probably one of the few places in Singapore to get Shen Jian Bao that’s actually pan-fried on a huge circular pan. There’s a few varieties of dumplings here, but if you can’t make up your mind, you can pick Set A which comes with two pork dumplings and two prawn dumplings. The prawn dumplings are slightly larger than the pork dumplings to help differentiate between the two. The skins are a bit in the thick side, but they’re soft and chewy, and keep all that sweet soupy goodness within. Beware when you bite into the dumpling, in case the precious soup splashes everywhere. The bottoms of the dumplings are pan fried to a warm brown which makes them crisp. I really liked the two different textures on both sides of the dumplings. The pork mince filling is really juicy and delicious. I enjoyed both the pork and prawn dumplings very much. Not my first time ordering, and far from being my last whenever I pass by Dingtele.

I hadnt tried the xiao long bao from Dingtele before, but the Chinese staff tried to recommend it to me in English so I agreed. A for effort. For 4 pieces at $5.40, it’s actually not TOO expensive considering this is Rasapura Masters food court at MBS. The xlb weren’t steaming hot, but warm enough, so they could be enjoyed immediately. The skin on these xlb were also quite thick, but that meant they also ran little risk of spilling apart and losing their precious soupy cargo. That said, the one thing I really didn’t like about this xlb was how sticky the skin was. It was hard to pick up and release the xlb because of that. However, one bite into the xlb and I was sold. The soup in these little packages is next level. They were sweet and bursting with flavour. I would totally buy this again for how good the soup filling is although they could work on the skin!

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Char siew puff and bacon-wrapped enoki. Stuff at this foodcourt are so costly I usually get the dim sum, which are decent.

Kinda lame because they simply poured curry vegetables over ccf, but it's one of those lame stuff I would eat lah.

Appreciate the choice to separate the fried items from soup. Pricier that regular food courts but items are larger in portion too. Great presentation.

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Now can bring them to #tasteofgoodolddays at #rasapuramastersfoodcourt.
One stop solution for 10 local famous sg local dishes that special curated by Singapore’s prominent food critic, Dr. Leslie @ieatishootipost that serves in beautiful traditional bamboo Tiftin basket.

One basket contain of 5 local dishes that you choose.
Option from : .
💕Fried Hokkien Mee - my fav..
💕Char kuay Teow.
💕Carrot cake.
💕Fried Oysters Omelette.
💕Hainanese Chicken rice..
💕Beef Noodle.
💕Fishball Noodle.
💕Bak Kut Teh.
💕Pulut Hitam.
💕Kaya Butter toast..
💰$25.8.

available until 31st Jan 2019, weekdays 2pm to 5pm. .
📍Rasapura Masters.
The Shoppes, 2 Bayfront Avenue , B2-50.

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Post renovation, the Rasapura Masters food court at MBS has not only a few new stalls in their line-up but it seems like the existing ones have taken the opportunity to tweak their offerings as well.
The popular “yong tau fu” stall which is situated at the same spot as before, now looks a lot smaller (it use to have quite a wide frontage). I feel that the variety of ingredients has shrunk a bit too but is still decent. What’s interesting is they now offer “Ma La” soup as an option (and before you ask, they don’t do a dry version of it unfortunately). I decided to give it a try and found it alright. As expected, it was a little oily and salty but not too spicy (lying somewhere between 小辣 and 中辣). After all, it is a soup and needs to be drinkable. However, if you react easily to the heat of chillies, try to avoid inhaling sharply or talking too much when sipping. The oil of the “Ma La” might trigger a coughing fit.

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