3A River Valley Road
#01-03 Clarke Quay
Singapore 179020

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11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

11:00am - 01:30am

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Crispy Bun with Condensed Milk
Braised Pork Cartilage in Fish Soup with Mixian

Both dishes were so homely and delicious, would come back once in a while due to the slightly high price.

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All our favourites from @tsuiwahsingapore.
Clockwise from the middle:
- HK-style Curry Chicken with Rice
- Deep Fried Wantons
- Luncheon Meat & Scrambled Egg Sandwiches (excellent with their chilli oil)
- Steamed Broccoli
- Braised Abalone Sauce Rice with Chicken & Kale
- Mala Sliced Chicken Soup with Rice Noodles 💯
- Kagoshima-style Braised Pork Cartilage in Fish Soup with Rice Noodles 💯
Drinks here are super authentic tasting, I’ll always have the Milk Tea, which really transports me back to the time when I worked in Hongkong.
They also have a Chef’s Recommendation Set Menu which feeds 4 persons quite substantially for $60.

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Chef's set comes with this and a drink, +0.5++ for cold drink. Just tell the server you're ordering it, it's not available on the ordering sheet

The pork was delightful, stewed till cartilage was jelly. Wonton was decent, can taste a bit of the prawns and the soup was okay only, supposed to be fish soup but was v mild. Mixian had a slippery slightly bouncy texture. Overall not bad but you should come for the condensed milk bun

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Lauded and rightfully, but not for everyone. The tea taste is v clear, and the milk taste really taste a back seat. sweetness is toned down too, for you to enjoy the tea. Very different from your normal milk tea with lots of condensed milk, and most people should enjoy it, but I've got a massive sweet tooth and love cream so not rlly my thing

Slightly crispy, soft bun. Butter. Condensed milk

I think the question shouldnt be how good it is. The question should be, given these ingredients, how can it not taste good?

Thanks to the advice of a fellow burppler, we wolfed this down within 30seconds, and enjoyed every bite. Act fast because the last bite and the first bite had a noticeable difference in crispiness

I have always been a fan of fish vermicelli soup. But pairing fish soup with braised pork cartilage sounded like a novelty. The soup was flavourful, the braised pork was so tender it almost melted in my mouth and the cartilage was soft and very chewable that I finished every single morsel of it. This dish was not found in the main menu but the chef's special set which was a very good deal at $12++ including a coffee or tea. Highly satisfying on a rainy afternoon.