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Must Try Cheecheongfun!!! Baked salted egg yolk bao (~$5) was done differently from the normal soft bun, crispy and slightly crumbly!! Salted egg yolk was kinda oily though :-( 🥚 . Fish porridge (~$6.10) and Hong Kong porridge (~$7.10) generally tasty and consistent, fish portion was generous! 🐟🐠 . And omg the Crispy Chee Cheong Fun (~$4.70), so guilty bc of the crispy bits but worth the calories 😭❤️ the crispy bits added so much texture to contrast the silky smooth Chee Cheong fun 😝 Ig @goodfomood
6 Baskets Of Dim Sum $35.20 For 2 Px A hidden gem eatery with signature dishes. Not sure why it doesn’t have the same super long Q like in another famous dim sum place. It serves some amazing dishes that surpass our expectation. 👉 ⭐️ Pan Fried Mushroom bun $5 (surprising bun skin with juicy mushroom filling) . ⭐️Baked Salted egg custard bun $5 (sweet tooth fixer) the salted egg yolk has never been this creamy, warm & sweet. . . ⭐️⭐️👍 Last dish you definitely gotta order is Charcoal Dumpling “Hak Kam Kai Siew Mai” $4.40 . Other dishes we ordered are * Shrimp Har Gao $4.60 * Steamed crystal skin prawn dumpling with spinach $3.90 * Baked Hong Kong egg tart $3.60 . PS. GST 7%, Service charge 10%, jasmine tea $1.5 each and Wet Tissue $0.2 each . . . . . . 📍 Dim Sum Haus 57 Jalan Basar, Singapore 208809
Go To Dim Sum Spot Char Siew Bao (~$3.90) was done suuuuper soft and moist, and the ratio of meat to bao was rly 👌🏻👌🏻 Meat was generally very lean!! . Har Gao (~$4.60) and XiaoLongBao (~$3.90): I’m generally v choosey with these and I like those here, not too much skin and enough meat 😛😛 Ig @goodfomood
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My secret indulgent food is dessert. Well, maybe not really a secret since half the time I’m posting about sweets. Arrays of these beautiful macarons that are just begging to eat, greet us when we push open the door to @the_m_plot. But big macarons caught our attention with flavours like Raspberry Lychee Rose & Chocolate Hazelnut Praline. The light floral fragrance from rose and lychee infused ganache complements the tangy raspberries! Raspberry Lychee Rose was a harmonious marriage of decadent flavour but Chocolate Hazelnut Praline was pretty well-balanced too. P.S: we managed to save with #burpplebeyond. Two big macarons along with two pot of hot tea at $13.50, it’s a super great deal! Check out my previous post to join in the giveaway for Burpple Beyond annual membership~ The M Plot Address: 9 King Albert Park, Unit 01-05 KAP, Singapore 598332 #Th_M_Plot #bigmacaron
Huge Macarons And Tea (1 For 1) Used the beyond deal for these macarons. A little too sweet but I guess that's how macarons are supposed to be. Ordered the raspberry lychee rose and chocolate pralines. Cost about $8.50 each. The raspberry macaron is more pleasing to me with a balance from the sweetness of raspberry and fragrance of lychee. Nice ambience to spend your weekends at.
For 1-for-1 Big Macaron & Tea (save ~$8.50) For a sweet tea time treat around King Albert Park, look to this cosy macaron boutique cafe. Burppler Ethel Tan sings high praises of the Raspberry Rose Lychee Macaron ($8.50), consisting of a light lychee cream and raspberries housed between fragrant rose flavoured shells. Pair that with a belly-warming pot of Chamomile Tea, and your afternoon is made. Photo by Burppler Ethel Tan
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BB 1-for-1 // HK Noodles And Congee PRICE: $9.80++ each for the HK Beef Brisket Noodles Soup and Congee with Pork Liver and Meatballs before applying Burpple Beyond 1-FOR-1 WAITING TIME: Between 5-10 minutes from ordering to receiving our food REMARKS: - Soup was flavourful - Portion of noodles was somewhat small - Beef brisket was slightly tough - Congee was great after adding soy sauce - Very generous amount of meats and liver - Overall, a filling meal with attentive staff
For 1-for-1 Main Dish (save ~$25) When dim sum cravings hit, round up the fam for a feast at this Hong Kong restaurant housed in KINEX. Go for the bang for buck Dum Sum in the Cage ($28.80) – a dim sum platter including classic dishes like Steamed Shrimp and Pork Dumpling with Fish Roe and Steamed Prawn Dumpling. On mains, hit up the plump and bouncy Fresh Shrimp Wanton Noodles ($9.80) and the aromatic Fried Rice with Diced Scallop, Conpoy and Egg White ($18). Photo by Burppler Kimberly Tan
Flaming Kurobuta Pork With Danggui Sauce ($28++) (1 For 1 Beyond) Ordered - Flaming Kurobuta Pork ($28++) - Braised handmade beancurd with scallop and wild mushroom ($20++) - Soup of the day ($7.90++) - Fried rice with canopy & egg white ($18++) Total bill with 1 for 1 beyond : $68 for 2 pax Was surprised by the food standards. Most of the dishes exceeded my expectation. Will highly recommend the Flaming Kurobuta pork and beancurd. But, the quality of the dishes doesn't really justify the higher price tag as compared to other Chinese restaurant chains. May revisit but only on special occasion with 1 for 1 beyond.
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