Yum Cha (Chinatown)

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Yum Cha Restaurants first opened its doors in the heart of Chinatown. Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Yum Cha Restaurants offer a unique dim sum dining experience – be it for lunch or dinner. Well known for mouth-watering dim sum delicacies, Yum Cha Restaurants have also increased the repertoire of the menu from sumptuous spread to seafood dishes like the award-winning black pepper crabs. Yum Cha Restaurants also offer the ‘Tapino’ dining style – a traditional Cantonese practice where friends and family gather to cook and reminisce over a pot of hot soup. An embodiment of the very essence, taste and character, Yum Cha continues to be a popular icon in Singapore.

20 Trengganu Street
Singapore 058479

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10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

09:00am - 10:30am

09:00am - 10:30am

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

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First time having a pure dim sum buffet for $26.80++. Lots of unique dim sum such as truffle bun and fried red bean with banana in it. Downside is that it is only available from Mon-Fri excluding public holiday 3-6pm

It has been a long time since my last visit to Yum Cha. I gotta say, it seems like the quality has improved.

My favourite dish was Crispy You Tiao Prawn Rice Flour Roll, so unique and delicious.

We clearly over-ordered but all the food tasted so good!! Like I loved everything i ate. Steamed and airfried the food before eating for maximal satisfaction 😋 favourite is definitely the crispy red bean paste and banana!!

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Enjoying my order of frozen dim sum and food from @yumchasg through @misstamchiak Facebook live sale on 14 June
Delivered on 19 June

Piglet Bao (S$11.50/ 6pcs) - stuffed with chocolate filling
Custard Bao (S$10/ 6pcs)
Baked Egg Tarts (S$11.50/ 9pcs)
Pig Trotters in Vinegar (S$13.50/ 800g)
Black Chicken Soup with American Ginseng (S$25/ 900ml)
Pomelo Mango Sago (S$10/ 500g)

Don’t know why but little man preferred the yellow piglet to the pink ones. He said the pink one didn’t taste nice.

Note 📝 : free delivery with minimum S$60 order.
Free XO Carrot Cake with minimum S$80 order

In partnership with Yum Cha, you can now order Milksha’s handcrafted beverages together with Yum Cha’s Express’ dim sum items via Yum Cha’s delivery website. Now, you can have your piping hot dim sum while sipping on a well-beloved beverage at the comfort of your own home. Available for island-wide delivery, some of the drinks available include their signature Fresh Taro Milk, Brown Sugar Milk with Honey Pearls, Earl Grey Latte and Refreshing Orange Green Tea. The pure joy of being able to chomp down on those Salted Egg Custard Bao and Fish Roe Siew Mai while slurping on the crowd favourite Earl Grey Latte might have just lifted our spirits in this gloomy circuit breaker. So what are you waiting for? Head on over to www.yumchaexpress.com.sg to order up some dim sum and bubble tea.
📍Yum Cha Express x Milksha

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Have been craving dim sum for a while now and finally got to have it after work! (Have been working from home the past week so good to be back in office for a bit and eat the good food in town xD)

We ordered about 8 dishes (only 6 are featured here)..

Highly recommended items:

- Coriander prawn dumplings ($4.00++) : these are filled with prawn AND meat! The fillings are super plump and juicy. Must-order!

- Meat dumplings in spicy oil ($6.00++) : the sauce is the bomb... The black vinegar + chilli oil coats the silky dumpling extremely well and it just glides down your throat. Mmm 😋

- Crispy Red Bean w Banana ($4.00++) : This is really well made and both ingredients compliments each other well. I think the fact that Yum Cha fry this upon order (it still taste fresh) makes this dish from good to awesome

Still okayish items:

- Xiao Long Bao ($4.80++) : decent xlb, better than DTF one imo because they used rice wine which give it a bit of a sweeter taste but still pale in comparison to the one at 大上海

- Scallop Pea-Shoot Dumpling ($4.80++): the filling is nice but the skin doesn't really have much taste. The texture of the skin is also a bit off (too gummy/sticky for my liking)

- Paper Chicken Wings ($5.00++) : although it's in the fried section, the wings were not fried fried so the skin still remain soft. I found it okay but it seems the bf likes it

Give it a miss:

- Sesame BBQ Pork Pastry ($4.50++) : this was the first to come and it is cold and hard. The pastry taste very flat (not fragrant) and the BBQ pork is also not sweet/savory enough.

- Abalone Siew Mai ($5.80++) : we tried to be bougie and ordered this but the abalone is too fishy 🐟 would recommend to save the few $ and go for their normal Siew Mai instead (it's good! Just that the abalone did nothing for this dish)

There is a promotion for 30% dim sum items after 6pm on weekdays so do give this place a try! :)