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February 13, 2015

Chinese cuisine generally centers around one refined carbohydrate, either rice or noodles. Growing up my fondest memories are of coming home from a long hard day at school, to a bowl of piping hot noodle soup or fragrant fried rice. I could never stop at one.

 

Unfortunately growing up also meant I now understand how bad refined grains are for ou...

January 12, 2015

A long standing favourite among dim sum regulars, Victor's Kitchen is popular for serving delicious, reasonably-priced, authentic dim sum. Owned and fully operated by Hong Kongers - to the point of being investigated by our Ministry of Manpower for hiring illegal Hong Kong immigrant workers - it can't get more authentic than that. 

 

I've written abo...

January 28, 2013

 

Ever since I saw their new squid ink-based dishes featured on several blogs, Mouth Restaurant’s been pushed up to the top of my to-try dim sum places. Mouth Restaurant is not a new player on the block. A household name among the older generation, Mouth Restaurant had established itself as one of the very first Cantonese teahouses in Singapore. Ama...

January 15, 2013

I’m on a mission to try out as many dim sum restaurants as I can, to decide for myself once and for all where serves the best dim sum – or at least specific dim sum dishes – in Singapore. I started off by writing a list of the places I wanted to visit, which by the way surmounted to an astonishing 30 restaurants, and the first on the list was Yan T...

January 11, 2013

 

Royal China is a big player in the local dim sum scene and is definitely one of the more popular dim sum places in Singapore. Having read rave reviews about its Char Siew Sou and Custard Buns, I was glad to finally make a trip there for lunch a few Sundays back. I’ll be revisiting Royal China for their dim sum soon so I figured I’d better get this...

January 10, 2013

I’m a true blue dimsum and bao girl. So the headboard of Bao Today (包今天) couldn’t have been less of a blinking beacon to me. And unless you were born in the 21st Century, the pun of the name surely can’t have slipped pass you. It isn’t the first time I’ve bought something from Bao Today, but it’s the first time I’ve actually sit in their restaurant...

May 15, 2012

I actually have like 3 posts pending before this, but I don’t care. Imma go ahead and blog and spam this post with pictures now because I’ve just made these babies and I was successful! 

 

I am only this happy because I’d attempted steamed goodies several times in the past, and not once have I succeeded. They were never inedible. They were never that...

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