161 Jalan Besar
Singapore 208876

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Tuesday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Wednesday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Thursday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Friday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Saturday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Sunday:
11:30am - 01:30am

Monday:
11:30am - 01:30am

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i was first drawn to its pretty colour scheme and special char siew bolo buns! the char siew bolo buns did not disappoint and was a sweet rendition of THW’s 😊 my favourite dim sum here would probably be the siew mai because of how good the meat & prawns were 💗 the liu sha bao was also on the sweeter end which i really enjoyed! the dry versions of their noodles are more delicious than the plan soup version 🍲 the downsides are its small sizes (3 XLB for $5.50++ which cannot compare to DTF)

The same umami bomb of fried shallots and dried shrimp that goes into the dry version of the 牛腩面tops of this carrot cake. This is surely one dish that doesn’t dapao well. It’s meant to be enjoyed a la minute when the exterior is still pan-crispy! Carrot cake can be bland or too oily but this does it. Carbo-load on this and have some bira with Sum Dim Sum :D

When this comes out piping hot, you can smell the pandan essence wafting on the waves of steam! The exterior is light and crispy, not oily like some 菠萝包are some times. I wish there was more char siew inside tho! Don’t worry this is not 流沙包so you won’t get lava burns. Something different!

Besides the Tiffany-blue-ish (Tiffany blue is Protected IP wor) Interior, this dish is probably the Equaliser against its more established competitor (Swee Choon) across the street! Go for the dry version. It’s just so umami and full of prawn-y bits, almost reminiscent of some XO prawn mee. Pro-tip to save money eating dim sum, everyone get a “main” like congee or noodles so you’ll load up less on the smaller dishes. But if you just want a bit of this and that then up to you lor.

The pork ribs here are tender and bone-less! Not the usual blackbean sauce also. Which means this is not /: as salty as most 排骨! The tau kee foundation has probably sopped up the pork juices so eat that too. Some people might mistake for garnish 😅.

5 pieces of 红油抄手. Spice-level is 小辣. Leaves you wanting more! The parcels of meat are dainty...barely a bite’s worth. Taste-wise it’s quite standard Szechuan. Still something to have in the table! 2 pax can demolish this easy so order more if 3’s the crowd.

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