Victor's Kitchen (Sunshine Plaza)

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We serve Hong Kong style dimsum and the best custard buns in Singapore at Sunshine Plaza on Bencoolen Street.

91 Bencoolen Street
#01-49 Sunshine Plaza
Singapore 189652

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10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

10:30am - 08:00pm

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Ended my last day of Phase 3 Heightened Alert with a dim sum brunch with friends, but still craving for dim sum when a return to office is needed — had been thinking of Victor’s Kitchen’s “Bo Loh Yau” Butter Bun having passed by their outlet at Sunshine Plaza quite a number of times recently; a rather new item that seems like a pretty recent addition to the menu.

Turns out, the “Bo Loh Yau” Butter Bun was an item I quite liked; their version isn’t quite the thick-crusted ones that we have had recently at 5-Star Dim Sum, but I still liked how their version is lightly crisp in the crust — aptly buttery, while the bread beneath feels freshly-toasted; sufficiently crusty without being overly dense. Wasn’t quite a fan of the Lurpak Butter that it came with — not sure if these were an arrangement due to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) where takeaways are the norm, but would definitely prefer them to come with slabs of butter just like it was illustrated; true-blue Hong Kong-style. Overall; not too heavy, and less food coma-inducing than I have expected.

My love for fried shrimp roll cheong fun had also led me to the “Spring is in the Air” Cheong Fun — an exceptionally fancy name for a HK rice roll noodle that comes with a crispy, fried prawn roll hidden within. It’s all I ask for in my Chee Cheong Fun; smooth, silken rice noodle that encases a crispy, better prawn roll within — one that is infused with spring onions and with succulent prawn flesh that is naturally sweet and comes with a good bite. The light soy sauce is sufficiently savoury, though I did wish they packed slightly more so that it can go around the rice rolls just a little more for better flavour.

Despite the slightly altered experience given the takeaway nature of the items, I must say I am pretty stoked about what I have had — so much so that a dinner plan is probably underway once dine-in is reinstated; it’s indeed been quite a while since I have ever dined in at Victor’s Kitchen, and it would be interesting to have these items the way that they are intended to be in the eatery itself!

腊味蒸萝卜糕 Carrot Cake (S$4.80)
酸辣红油抄手 Szechuan Dumplings (S$5.50)
汤浸小笼包 Xiao Long Bao (S$5.20)
蛋挞 Egg Tart (S$4.70 for 2 tarts)
蜜汁叉烧肠粉 Char Siew Chee Chong Fun (S$4.80)
Iced Lemon Tea (S$3.20)

If you’re a fan of 流沙包, you definelty need to try theirs!

(S$4.80 for 3 buns)

Was surprised that it tasted something like Tim Ho Wan, just that their char siew filling is not as sweet, more of oniony taste.

(S$5.20 for 2 buns)

$4-5/dish - Regular visitor here! Love the freshly made and steaming dim sum variety. Pretty crowded usually so be prepared to wait.

As weekend is quite packed at the shop for dinning in, I decided to takeaway their egg tarts $4.70 and HK Style Yin Yang cold $3.20. Their egg tarts is freshly made, you can feel it on your first bite. Although it’s not fantastically delicious but the freshness and the warm serving will definitely make your tummy happy. Paired it with HK Style Yin Yang cold, and you’ll realise they are a match in heaven.