1012 Upper Serangoon Road
Teo Seng Eating House
Singapore 534750

(open in Google Maps)

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm

07:30am - 03:00pm


View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

Lost count of the number of times I have patronised this place for dim sum! This is the go-to place whenever I feel like eating dimsum, but sick of the dimsum near to my house (there are around 7 famous dim sum shops near my place lol), because the prices here are considered affordable (as compared to the more famous dim sum shops).

Was also having sore throat during the day of the visit, hence it explains all the steamed dimsum selected here! The best find was the steamed carrot cake!! It was exceptionally good (have always been ordering the fried carrot cake previously, so happy to discover this gem)! The chee cheong fan was also smooth!

The worst item here was the beancurd roll. The fillings seemed pink and sticky... I don't even know if it was cooked LOL

Location: 1012 Upper Serangoon Rd, #1012, Singapore 534750

Complete your foodie trip visit by heading to Yong's Teochew Kueh to get some kueh back home! My favourite kueh here is hands down the YAM KUEH!


Highly recommend the steamed carrot cake. Almost like beancurd texture with chinese sausage bits embedded in it. More value for money if u compare with the HarGao & SiewMai

The Lo Mai Gai(steamed chicken glutinous rice) was not bad and looks very good as well.

Chee cheong fan portion was quite good as well, and texture was silky smooth.

Overall was quite Pricey.

1) Har gao @$4 for 3 pieces
2) Siew Mai @ $3.60 for 3 pieces
3) Steam carrot cake @ $3.20
4) Lo Mai gai @$3.20
5) Cheese Cheong Fun(prawn) @ $4

I have never been a huge fan of carrot cake. I had expected this dish to be unimpressively starchy and bland (as usual), but this rendition definitely proved me wrong with its rich flavour profile!!! The pudding-like carrot cake was soft yet bouncy, and contained generous pieces of Chinese cured meat (lap cheong) and fresh radish which gave the dish a very unique texture. The refreshing savoury sauce they doused all over the steamed carrot cake also was a huge flavour boost. I thought it tasted like a stronger version of the chee cheong fun sauce - which I have always been a HUGE fan of! 😂

Taste: 9/10

Price: 10/10 (This huge serving only set us back by $4. I would say most dishes at this humble dim sum eatery are extremely value for money)

Ambience: 7/10

1 Like

Yummy dimsum at affordable prices. Preferred the steam dishes over the fried ones. Recommend the har gao and siewmai!

Price are affordable, super love the siew mai and steam carrot cake!

One of my favourite all time dim sum places to go is 一点心 (yi dian xin). They serve up a simple menu of traditional dim sum which is handmade daily at the kitchen.

My personal favourites includes the Steamed Carrot Cake ($2.80). Instead of the usual chopped up and fried with eggs and pickled cabbage (giam cai), this steamed version comes with a savoury soy sauce mixture, topped with chopped chives and sesame seeds.

The carrot cake is extremely soft and melts almost instantly. Scoop up some of the sauce while you’re at it to lightly flavour the smooth and soft carrot cake.