[CLOSED] Tian Bao Szechuan Kitchen (Hillion Mall)

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17 Petir Road
#01-15/16 Hillion Mall
Singapore 678278

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Dim sum was so-so but other dishes were very flavorful! Buckwheat tea has very soothing and refreshing 👍

There is an ongoing promotion where you can order one main dish of the day (different dish on different days of the week) and to up $1 to get another dish of the same value or less.

We came on a Wednesday and ordered the double spice chicken (dish of the day) and it was awesome; every bite was bursting with flavor! The portion is also generous, enough to feed 2.

It is rather expensive at $26.50 though so it's hardly on the affordable side unless you top up the $1 to get the second dish to be shared among 3-4 people

Interesting to note that other than Szechuan cuisines, you can also indulge in variety of Szechuan style Dim Sum dishes, from Steamed Prawn Dumplings, Wild Vegetable Pan Cakes, Pan Fried Dumplings, to Black Sugar Buns.

Not forgetting the cute and representative Sweet Panda Dessert.

Anyone around Bukit Panjang?

http://danielfooddiary.com/2018/01/25/tianbao/ #DFDSP

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I want to commend the two dishes that we managed to have served (which were certainly more than pleasant), but the sheer atrocity of the experience we just had completely overrides all happy taste-bud thoughts. Whenever our food was served, they were on both occasions delivered to the wrong table. Then, twenty minutes after we ordered our food, the kitchen appeared to completely stop functioning. Apart from the occasional dim sum steamer and bowl of rice, absolutely no cooked food was coming out of the kitchen. During the full thirty minutes we waited after the kitchen seemed to have halted activity, the entire row of customers in our visual range had facial expressions ranging from bored Persian cat to PMS-struck lioness as they restlessly stabbed at their handphone screens.

As we made our way to the counter to pay and leave without being served the remaining items, we realised the other half of the restaurant were experiencing the same fate. I (almost) feel terrible for leaving, in manner of brave escapees from a starvation concentration camp, the happy and unsuspecting bespectacled couple freshly seated next to us, who were so blissfully engrossed in their traffic car iPhone game that they had no idea what they were in for this depressing Saturday evening.