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Infused with a herbal fragrance, the glistening skin boasts a wonderful crisp while the meat within is juicy and flavoursome.
This is nothing short of mouthwatering. 🤤
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🏣791 North Bridge Road Singapore 198759
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🕚Opening Hours:
Daily: 11.00am to 2.30pm, 5.30pm to 11.00pm
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💲Cost: $13.90
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💌Tks Janet for arranging!
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Missing the #dimsum at Song Garden, especially the Oven Baked Snow Skin Bun 法式雪山包 ($5.40, 3pcs).

Soft and fluffy baked bun with a sweet, crumbly crust; filled with savoury, slightly sweet BBQ pork (char siew). #loveatfirstbite

Good dim sum at affordable prices. In fact, I like everything that we ordered and that's rare! Service's good too! Oh yah, the staff who took our order offered us the option to order by per piece instead of 3 pieces per plate (there's only two of us). I think that's brilliant as we can order a variety of dim sum yet won't have food wastage! Can't wait to go back there again!

PS: The dim sum is only available during lunch. Weekdays: 11:30am to 2:30pm, Weekends/PH: 11am to 3pm

When in the mood for dim sum, head to this North Bridge Road spot for their Halal-friendly selection — they're currently in the midst of their Halal certification. The homey space is simply outfitted, and offers a laidback ambience for noshing. Expect dim sum classics like plump Chicken Siew Mai ($3.90), fresh Crystal Prawn Dumplings ($4.90) and crumbly Egg Tarts ($3.90). A Burpple community favourite is the Pan Fried Chives and Beef Dumpling ($3.90), which sees the flavourful filling encased in thin and crisp deep-fried wonton skin. The Vermicelli Roll with Rendang (from $6.90, option of beef, lamb or chicken) is a fusion dish that works, thanks to its silky smooth cheong fun skin. If you're looking to fill up more, try the hearty Congee with Beef and Poached Egg ($8.90) or go for a bowl of Wonton Noodle Soup ($6.90) — the springy noodles come topped generously with prawn dumplings. Don't hold back when dipping the dim sum into the spicy and yummy homemade chilli, and be sure to end your meal with their Molten Salted Egg Custard Bun ($4.90 for three buns) — it certainly oozes, so have your napkins ready!
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burppler Lewis Tan
*In the midst of getting their Halal certification

The wonderful broth and minced meat embedded within that translucent skin.
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It is best to gulp these still piping hot. Had many a version. Whilst the filling was good, the skin was a tad thick. Especially the top part where the swirl is, a little tough and doughy.
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This place has a pleasant ambience. Good service. Foodwise, hmm... perhaps reduction of sodium for certain items.
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It was an awesome catchup with my lovely friend.

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If this isn't fusion and representing our food culture, what is? Two full balls of otak (spicy steamed fish paste) stuffed in wanton skin and skewered on a satay stick. A drizzle of carvier and waaaaahlah! Now I wonder why Old C K cannot come up with this. Perhaps a little chili crab sauce for premium version.... letting my imagination run wild

Certainly can do better with a less complicated gravy here. The texture of the fish paste noodle is actually al dente and the big is decently fresh, which left me to imagine how well it would taste with a simpler clear broth or seafood 生面 (Sang Mien) gravy.

The Dim Sum Place currently has the nicest setting to enjoy halal dim sum. It does feel cramped as the tables on your left and right are so close to you and everyone is trying to talk over the noise. I hope that one day we can have a full-fledged dim sum restaurant where we can sit, eat and talk comfortably for hours. See Kuala Lumpur's Dolly Dim Sum for reference - their table ware and dining space is absolutely gorgeous. Still, I'm impressed by how fresh the dim sum here tastes and I can't wait to try everything else on the menu.

H ordered her favourite salted egg custard pau. Salted egg is really not my thing. I tried to tear off a bit of the pau and avoid the filling, but it was quite impossible because of the molten custard. It's a nice size because some paus are big and fill you up too fast. H agreed that it's a good size, but she says the salted egg flavour could have been stronger.

I regret not ordering more of these. Seems like the dim sum here has a freshness that's lacking from other places. I usually eat my siew mai together with rice or congee, but this was so good on its own. The sauce given is something like a sweet chilli mixed with chilli oil, though I prefer a sambal type of dip.

The best rice flour rolls I've ever had. We got a plain one first, to see if the rolls are legit before trying the others with fillings. They're light and fresh, perfect with the soy sauce and sesame seeds. I might stick to this plain one cuz it's so darn good.

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