389 Guillemard Road
Singapore 399788

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Thursday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
Closed

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Never really been a fan of 包 or “bao” but I’ll make an exception for the pork one at Tanjong Rhu Pau at Blk. 7 Jalan Batu.
Produced fresh daily by hand right on the premises, theirs are a mouthwatering combination of thin skin and a very generous amount of deliciously-seasoned, juicy filling. Yums!

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Big Pork Pau has the fillings of big pau (pork + egg) but is the size of a regular pau. I think I may like this even more than the char siew pau if the skin is thinner?

Char siew pau is mini pau size but generously filled with char siew, along with skin that is not thick. Fillings taste kind of like sweet bak kwa (abit smokey) to me. Delicious but I wish they are slightly less sweet so I can eat more.

These are little char siew paus from Tanjong Rhu. I like that I can just pop them into my mouth and enjoy the moist meaty fillings with a good fat ratio. Best steamed before eating, and it would be really enjoyable. 🔸
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Meat pau, yuan yang pau and char siew pau. Normally not a fan of char siew pau, I was impressed by this. It's not those fresh char siew at dim sum eateries, but the fake type, but not sickening. Siew mai (unpictured) also ordinary.

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It consists of red bean paste, lotus paste and salted egg yolk. Interesting.

Happy Birthday Singapore! I was looking for a red and white (Singapore's national colours) photo of Singapore's food, and this came the closest :)
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Are you proud of our cuisine? Hundreds of Singapore dishes as a result of our diverse culture and open economy, resulting in a blend of local food so dear to us.
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Pictured is little char siew paus from Tanjong Rhu. I like that I can just pop them into my mouth and enjoy the moist meaty fillings with a good fat ratio. Best steamed before eating.
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Enjoy your holiday everyone! #happybirthdaysingapore

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