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Dim Sum Supper Spot!! Sweechoon 鈥 Top 3 favorites: 1) Juicy Xlb 2) succulent prawn Hargow, and 3) Sweet Portuguese custard egg tarts No doubt the #1 go-to dim sum place for those who crave a variety of decent dim sum (esp. in the wee hours of the night) 鈥 Fav table has got to be those along the roadside kerb as it was a cheap form of alfresco dining. Whoop!
Joanne
4d
鉁 Swee Choon Tim Sum馃嚫馃嚞 鉁 鈦 鈦 I lurrve eating Dim Sum, I can eat it anytime of the day. 馃お馃お& I can always count on Swee Choon for some good no frills dim sum. 鈦p煉 鈦 I like their fried series, especially this fried prawn dumpling 馃崵 and beancurd prawn roll. Crunchy and generous portions of prawn. 鈦 鈦 Other must try dishes are鈦 1: Steamed Salted egg custard bunnn 馃い馃い馃槏馃憤馃徎馃憦馃徎鈦 2: Their rice roll w prawnss. 鈦 鈦 馃嵔 is at 183/185/187/189/191/193鈦 Jalan Besar Singapore 208882 鈦 鈦 馃暟 Mon-Sat 鈦 11.00am-2.30pm / 鈦 6.00pm -6.00am 鈦 鈦 Sun & PH 鈦 10.00am-3.00pm 鈦 6.00pm-6.00am 鈦 #burpple
Christine
2w
Shanghai Xiao Long Bao ($4.50/4 pieces) It is time. The moment that you鈥檝e all been waiting for. Or at least the moment that 3 or 4 of you have been waiting for. No more lines like 鈥渢he soup coated my palate like silk wrapped around my tongue鈥. No more shenanigans involving rambles of passion and tales of bravado. No more lengthy introductory passages. No m - Im doing it again aren鈥檛 I - PLACE Shophouse, coffee shop-ish, alley seatings when it gets crowded, very old school stuff - FOOD 1锔忊儯 Shanghai Xiao Long Bao ($4.50/4 pieces) - one of the best xiao long baos in singapore don鈥檛 @ me 2锔忊儯 Beancurd Prawn Roll ($3/2 pieces) - I love this shit it鈥檚 savoury it鈥檚 salty it鈥檚 sweet and it鈥檚 bomb 3锔忊儯 Steamed Salted Egg Custard Bun ($4.50/3 pieces) - I don鈥檛 normally condone salted egg stuff especially if it鈥檚 super tacky but this product of novelty is actually not that bad at all 4锔忊儯 Drunken Chicken In Shao Xing Wine ($6.50) - one of the better drunken chicken dishes I鈥檝e had in my time - VERDICT It鈥檚 swee choon you鈥檝e all been there and if you haven鈥檛, I
Thint
3w
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Fish Not Fresh I won鈥檛 go back. SGD30 for this is not worth it. Fish was bland and tasted watery.... not fresh
Tincus
14w
Teru Sushi 01/07/19 Hiroshima Oysters ($1) These oysters were served with ponzu sauce (Japanese citrus sauce) and momoji-oroshi (grated daikon radish with chili oil) and spring onions at the side. As my friend and I had just consumed freshly shuckled oysters from The Dancing Crab聽@ Turf City the night before ($3), these oysters tasted noticeably less fresh, were much smaller in size and were sour and less juicy. While the sourness may have been due to the ponzu sauce, it did not do justice to the oysters and we would have preferred the oysters without the sauce. Also, though the oysters were served on a bed of ice, they were barely cold when we had them which made it even less enjoyable to eat. Taste: 4/10
Sean
15w
Teru Sushi 01/07/19 Aburi Salmon Sushi ($10 at promotional price; $16 for 2 pieces) Starting off with the ball of rice, the sushi master would mould it gracefully with his hands before adding a touch of wasabi and black sauce (Soya sauce?) to the rice. A layer of salmon would then be placed on top before being blowtorched which I thought was the end of the spectacle, hence stopping my recording. However, he went on for some time afterwards adding numerous toppings - ebi miso (Shrimp paste miso), fish roe and tiny green onions. The aburi sushi was meant to be eaten in 1 bite and so I did. While there were quite a few flavours which I did not pick up (Including the ebi miso), the fish roe at the top definitely complemented the sushi really well, with bursts of briny saltiness after every bite. Taste: 8/10
Sean
15w
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Tomyum Noodles Wow, their noodles are indeed good. Springy and bouncy. However, Tom yum taste wasn鈥檛 as strong and it tasted more like normal chilli. I will suggest the wanton mee instead which my partner had.
Alfred
5w
Baa Mee Haeng Tom Yum ($8.90) This dish is one of the better noodles that I have tried. The balance was good with the springy noodles not being too dry yet not too oily, a tangy flavour with a tinge of spice. I enjoyed this meal. However, the lack of meat and the priciness of this place may not attract me to return again.
Zac
7w
When you talk about one of the best Thai-style Wanton Noodles in Singapore, KinMoo The Thai Noodle House should certainly spring into mind. So much so that the famous Wongnai duo has given the eatery a thumbs up and a slap on the table 鈥 an indication that it serves damn-good food. The noodles are tossed in special sauce and lard oil, then topped with wanton, pork charsiew (made from grilled pork collar), and further topped with (gasp!) more chunks of lard. Special mention goes to the crispy lard which are all freshly prepared from scratch back in the kitchen. Adding that distinct Thai flavour to the mee are fresh coriander leaves and Thai garlic. So apparently, the usual garlic doesn鈥檛 have that much of a 鈥榝ragrance鈥, and so Thai garlic is specially imported for that distinctive aroma. Its franchise outlet recently opened at North Canal Road (Boat Quay) so remember to check it out. bit.ly/kinmoo #DFDSP #DFDNoodles.
Daniel
7w
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