335 Smith Street
#02-135 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre
Singapore 050335

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:30pm

Sunday:
11:30am - 03:00pm
05:00pm - 08:30pm

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Also tried to XLB from this stall. The dumpling skin had a relatively good texture and thickness, while the filling was of good portion. I did wish that it was more flavourful and juicier. The price does make the shortcomings easier to overlook, but I’d prefer DTF XLB over this.

That being said, the chilli oil dumplings remain unbeatable in my heart. Please recommend me other delicious hong you cha shou places for me to expand my horizons!🥹

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After all that hong you cha shou, I have finally found space in my stomach to get the bowl of beef noodles as well. I enjoyed the slight sourness of the soup and the spice from the chilli oil. I did think that the soup was a bit on the lighter side and could’ve been just a notch stronger in flavour. But the qq noodles were on point, as always.

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Heard plenty about the hong you cha shou here and had to try it for myself. Thankfully the queue was not too long during a weekday lunch crowd, and I waited about 10-15 minutes till it qas my turn. Glad to say that it totally is the best hong you cha shou I’ve had so far — plump wantons with handmade skin that was soft and silky. Handmade skin was thin, of course with the help of the machine making sure that it’s flattened to even pieces of the perfect proportion. Juiciness with every bite that went so well with the my all time favourite chilli oil and vinegar combination.

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While the Korean version of zha jiang mian fairs on the sweeter side and in fact sweeter than I’d prefer, it’s hard to find good Chinese zha jiang mian for some reason. Most of my experiences ended up feeling unsatisfactory, with sauces tasting bland or noodles being so dry they clump up together. But apart from their famed wantons, this stall does a good job with their noodles too. Their handmade noodles were qq, chewy with a slight bounce in every bite. I loved how the fried bean sauce was saucy enough to make my noodles slurpy, and savoury enough to leave me wanting for more. Slathered in bean sauce was a pretty generous amount of minced pork that made sure you got some meat with every bite of noodles.

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Loved the crispy thin skirt around the generously-filled dumplings!! While the meat filling (which had scallions) was decently tasty and meaty, it could have been juicier for a more shiok experience. Still I wouldn’t mind having this again, and at this price point the queue is pretty justifiable.

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It is impossible to resist these fresh silky smooth dumplings which are packed full of minced meat, swimming in a fragrant, slightly tongue numbing and yet tangy pool of Szechuan chilli oil sauce.

Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao serves a strangely addictive Szechuan dumplings in red chilli oil (红油抄手) which manages to be sweet, sour, spicy and savoury all at the same time.

You will definitely not regret an order (or two) of these delicious dumplings.

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