[CLOSED] Tim Ho Wan (Pacific Plaza)

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~$20/pax
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9 Scotts Road
#02-10/11/12/13 Pacific Plaza
Singapore 228210

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Engage in some casual lifting with thin, delicate strands of alkaline noodles stranded in a bowl of braised beef & tendons atop hearty herbal broth. Time to work those ultra strong muscles as yo.
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Stumbling upon this tea time promotion, that offers any 2 items on the menu for $9.80+, saves you just a bit for Michelin star dim sum.

My favourite has always been (and shall be) the sweet crusted polo char siew buns (UP $5.80+) that are pockets of sweet and savoury harmony. It has been quite a while since my last visit to Tim Ho Wan and I don’t remember the bun to be as thin and tall as the one I had today but all else tasted the same.

My 2nd item was the Shrimp Chee Cheong Fun (UP $6.50+) that might have been a mistake because I was reminded at first bite that the rice flour rolls here are not the best. This is a demanding opinion when my palate has been spoilt by smoother rice rolls; the shrimp filling with strips of spring onion however was good.

P.S: the above in its pristine white glory is not recommended without the tasty sauce.

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Stumbling upon this tea time promotion, that offers any 2 items on the menu for $9.80+, saves you just a bit for Michelin star dim sum.

My favourite has always been (and shall be) the sweet crusted polo char siew buns (UP $5.80+) that are pockets of sweet and savoury harmony. It has been quite a while since my last visit to Tim Ho Wan and I don’t remember the bun to be as thin and tall as the one I had today but all else tasted the same.

My 2nd item was the Shrimp Chee Cheong Fun (UP $6.50+) that might have been a mistake because I was reminded at first bite that the rice flour rolls here are not the best. This is a demanding opinion when my palate has been spoilt by smoother rice rolls; the shrimp filling with strips of spring onion however was good.

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Tim Ho Wan dim sum.

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$4.50. This surprised us. I think they had blended some taro into the coconut cream. It was creamy coconuty and tasty like yam. Served cold with sago. Really hit the spot after a salty savoury 2 meals.

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