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Tim Ho Wan (Plaza Singapura)

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Tim Ho Wan 添好運 - Michelin Star Dim Sum

68 Orchard Road
#01-29A Plaza Singapura
Singapore 238839

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10:00am - 10:00pm

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Also, shoutout to the girl who sent my table 3 plates of the fried bean curd skin with shrimp ($6.30) even though I only ordered 1, because she struck off the wrong item from the receipt the first time, and struck off the correct item twice afterwards. 3 for the price of 1? I gladly ate them all. Do your job properly kids. @thwsingapore
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Highly recommend the baked char siew buns and the malay rice cake here. However with respect to the other dim sum, would prefer having it at swee choon.

I don’t care what anyone says but I still think THW sells one of the best dim sums in Singapore. The bbq char siew buns are my go-to and they never disappoint.

Rating: 4/5

I was expecting so much more from their congee.


Cant leave Tim Ho Wan without my favourite Baked BBQ Pork Buns ($6.20++ for 3)! 😍😍😍
The alluring sweet & savoury BBQ pork was full of smokey roasted aroma, which made every bite so gratifying! 💕 Balanced lean-fat ratio ensured the pivotal tenderness was ✔ Coupled with a crusty sweet bun, i just couldnt ask for more (excpet for more buns!) ❤❤❤
Cant say the same for their bite-sized Hong Kong Style Egg tarts ($4.80++ for 3) though - too milky & not eggy enough IMO. Tart shell was not buttery & crusty enough for me too. 😔 Can find better ones out there!
Happy Saturday friends! 😘 Hope everyone is enjoying your yummy brekkie! 😋

Michelin gives stars to Asian restaurants quite randomly (eg. Shoukouwa!), but I have never been able to understand how Tom Ho Wan managed to get one star in Hong Kong. The food is decent, but it is no better than the pedestrian Crystal Jade Kitchen or certainly Imperial Treasure’s Treasures, and the menu is short. The only plus is prices are very reasonable given the prime location. No wonder there’s never a queue. Singapore foodies know better!