We serve Hong Kong style dimsum and the best custard buns in Singapore at Sunshine Plaza on Bencoolen Street.
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Address

91 Bencoolen Street
#01-49 Sunshine Plaza
Singapore 189652

Tuesday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Friday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
10:30am - 08:00pm

Monday:
Closed

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Price

~$15/pax

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Reviews at Victor's Kitchen (Sunshine Plaza)

Reviews of good food at Victor's Kitchen (Sunshine Plaza)

The classic and famed golden egg yolk lava bun ($4.80) is yummy, rich with flavor, and flows with buttery-oily egg yolk. Only complain was that it might have been a tad too oily. The queen siew mai ($4.80) are a bit pricey given the small size of the pieces, average in taste and forgettable. The bo lo cha siew bao ($5.20) had generous tasty pork fillings but the bread was a bit too thick and would have liked for more of the crispy top bits 📍Victor’s kitchen, #01-49, Sunshine Plaza, S189652 (near Bras Basah or Bencoolen Mrt) / other outlet at #chinatownpoint

Victor’s King Prawn Dumplings are easily double the size of average har gau. Each piece contains 2-3 fresh whole prawns. $5.20 for 3 pieces is definitely worth the eat!

Full picture review:
http://www.thejulietmike.com/2017/11/19/victors-kitchen-legit-dim-sum-restaurant/

What a smart way to avoid dilution of taste as ice cubes melt. Consistent of milk tea was the same from first sip to the last. Great complement to the dim sum dishes.

Full picture review:
http://www.thejulietmike.com/2017/11/19/victors-kitchen-legit-dim-sum-restaurant/

Not bad, the char Siew filling was good and the crust was not too sweet. I think the bao could be generally fluffier!

Used to love the siew mai here, but this time the meat was extra tough and dry. Not a fan anymore

But thankfully, the carrot cake was still fab! Loved that it was chokeful of radish slices, Chinese sausage, dried shrimps, and that they separated both sauces this time

Quite big xlbs that check off almost all the good stuff I look for in XLBs - juicy meat, generous soup, thin skin.

Cold milk tea served in a bowl of ice. Nice milk tea that just wouldn’t get diluted over time. I wished everyone would serve me cold drinks this way 》$3.20

Fresh out from the oven! These egg tarts are wobbly soft with a crisp and flaky crust 》$4.70 / 2pcs

Deep Fried Shrimp Dumpling 》$5.20 / 3pcs
Victor's King Prawn Dumpling 》$5.20 / 3pcs
Scallop, Sausage Carrot Cake with XO Sauce 》$4.80
Golden Egg Yolk Lava Bun 》$4.80 / 3pcs

Still my go-to for a taste of Hong Kong in Singapore. That steamed carrot cake with a side of homemade XO sauce can never be left off the order!

finding the food pricey now.. All these + a drink for $24! #burpple

When I thought the liushabao was the only reason for my return visit, the unassuming egg tart and youtiao cheong fun stole the show. This spread for $30+, relatively satisfied!

Post work, craving for dim sum, considered the few restaurants in the area, and finally settled for Victor's Kitchen.

Every item ordered was fresh, skillfully made, tasted and looked absolutely on point. Har kow was fresh, prawns were 'Q'. XLBs were so juicy, the amt of soup inside almost filled up my entire spoon. The siew mai has both prawns and meat, complementing each other well. Carrot cake was also unique - instead of the usual fried paste-like material, the radish was shredded and served steamed. The liu sha bao was definitely good too - liquid gold.

All in all, for sure there's more to this place than just its liu sha baos!

You know it's good when all the lava goodness just splatters everywhere and making your hands a greasy mess but you enjoy every single bite

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