1012 Upper Serangoon Road
Teo Seng Eating House
Singapore 534750

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm


07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm

07:00am - 05:00pm



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featuring the rice roll with prawn, deep fried beancurd skin with prawn filling and lor mai kai.
the rice roll with prawn had e right amt of chew and saltiness. love it!
the lor mai kai is also really well flavoured.
lastly, the prawn beancurd roll is delicious by itself

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simple and delicious. in this photo, there is parawn dumpling, xiao long bao and liu sa bao. all 3 dishes did not disappoint!

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Ordered whatever is in the picture above. Didn't feel fresh, felt like everything was frozen before. $16 bucks in total for everything - so I guess it was still worth the money, just not too worth the calories. Heehee

The only good item on menu. Don't have to try the rest on the menu.


Went on a Saturday and the place was rather empty.

Prawn dumplings were the best! The prawns were really good. Personally like the Siew Mai with Mushrooms, very juicy and tasty. First plate of Salted Egg Custard Bao was quite dry but the second plate was better. Depends on your luck I guess?

Ordered 2 Prawn Dumplings (Har Gao), 2 Prawn Rice Roll, 2 Salted Egg Custard Bao, 2 Xiao Long Bao, 1 Char Siew Bao, 1 Siew Mai, 1 Char Siew Rice Roll, 1 Deep Fried Beancurd Skin Prawn
Total damage $39.20!

Just down the street from Lola's Café! Food marathon maybe..?

Winner: Har Gao; chunky prawns encased in a thin crystal-like skin

Porridge was bland. Steamed carrot cake was special but really lacked bite. 流沙包 wasn't flowey and had a slight bizarre milky flavour. Was looking forward to making this dim sum spot my next cheap and good hideout but oops. No complains cos what you pay is what you get Lor


Fancy some decent dim sum on a budget? Then look no further! This corner coffee shop serves quality stuff at about $3 a pop. Don't expect quality serve or ambience for this price point!

I had probably my favourite liushabao here! Siewmai was great too! And i'm not usually a siewmai person. Must try! Drink stall uncle will cross the streets to get your order! For more pictures head to @justjiak on instagram

Breakfast at coffeeshops can be as amazing as brunches at hipster cafes 😎😎😎 signs of aging maybe?


Personal favs includes the har gao (prawn dumplings) & steamed carrot cake which are the simplest in looks but tastes heavenly!


Found this place by burpple search. Good dim sum for coffee shop location!


The special soy sauce is savory sweet which completes it. Highly recommended 👍👍 With total bill of S$28, this definitely tops my list for affordable and quality dim sum, which we will be back for again!

Read much raves about this dim sum place and decided to go for it as we were in the area.

Situated in a coffee shop along Upper Serangoon Road, this no frills dim sum stall is helmed by an ex-chef from Tung Lok.
Having heard so much about their signature salted egg custard bun and steamed carrot cake, we definitely had to order them.

Steamed BBQ Char Siew bao (S$2.40 for 2): I like the quality char siew filling and fluffy bao, but they could be more generous with their filling though.

Siew mai with mushroom (S$3 for 3) and Steamed prawn dumpling (har gao, S$3.50 for 3) are decently good. Love how fresh the prawns are.
Xiao long bao (S$3 for 3): skin is thin with flavourful soup, and we think it's comparable to restaurant standards.
Deep fried shrimp dumpling (S$3.20 for 3) and Beancurd prawn roll (S$3.20 for 3): nothing to shout about (perhaps cos I am not a fan of fried dim sum) but the prawns are really fresh.
Lean pork congee (S$3): smooth and finely pilled porridge done Cantonese style, I like!
More about their signature items in the next post.

Authentic Hong Kong dim sum at friendly prices, the waiter was promoting to us to their new menu, mushroom bao; which looked exactly like a mushroom (not shown in pic), but the fillings were just charsiew 😐. Nevertheless, the other dimsums were good (seen in the photo; except the chives dumpling's skin were a bit too Q😕)

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