Yum Cha (Chinatown Complex)

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Yum Cha Restaurants first opened its doors in the heart of Chinatown. Away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Yum Cha Restaurants offer a unique dim sum dining experience – be it for lunch or dinner. Well known for mouth-watering dim sum delicacies, Yum Cha Restaurants have also increased the repertoire of the menu from sumptuous spread to seafood dishes like the award-winning black pepper crabs. Yum Cha Restaurants also offer the β€˜Tapino’ dining style – a traditional Cantonese practice where friends and family gather to cook and reminisce over a pot of hot soup. An embodiment of the very essence, taste and character, Yum Cha continues to be a popular icon in Singapore.

20 Trengganu Street
Singapore 058479

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09:00am - 10:30am

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

10:30am - 10:30pm

09:00am - 10:30am

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I loved how aromatic this was when they served it to me, and the generous amount of wok hei flavour in this dish! The XO sauce really elevated the savouriness of this dish, and the bits of pieces of egg were kind of my favourite part of the dish because it was very appropriately salty or β€œgiam” as the dialect might put it.


Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice $5.80

Decent lotus leaf glutinous rice. It came with a pretty decent amount of ingredients for its small size. I liked how one unit of this actually gives you 2 tiny glutinous rice at just $5.80, which I thought was pretty bang for the buck! This is especially so when glutinous rice is more filling than other dim sums, but the portion size here was just right.


Think your normal prawn rice flour roll, but instead of fresh prawns, you have a crispy slab of prawn cake within. A very unique experience for me because I was trying something like that for the first time. It was extremely savoury because the crispy exterior of the prawn cake would absorb the surrounding light sauce, yet still giving a very, very good crunch with the soft and silky rice roll. Personally, I have no gripes against this but if you’re already choked with fried dim sum, you might consider just getting one with fresh prawns in it as it might get quite oily and filling. Whether or not I will get this again would largely depend on my mood β€” but I’d still highly recommend you to try this though!


The faint color of these fritters may not look the most appetising, but it sure tastes better than it looks. A compliment of both savoury and sweet as the mango fruitiness complemented the prawns oddly well. Dip it in a mayonnaise on the side and you get crispy, creamy goodness.


Smooth and soft crystal skin encasing huge chunks of juicy prawn. One of the better har gows I’ve had, especially for its size & quality!πŸ˜‹