ho.jiak reviews PART 8
they say you dim sum, you lose some. but if you're looking to savour some of Hong Kong's famous delicacies in sunny Singapore, fret not, because in this part we'll be featuring Swee Choon, one of our favourite go-to dim sum places!
unlike many other dim sum restaurants, what makes this place stand out is the wide plethora of dishes that it offers. aside from the usual stars such as the Shanghai xiao long bao (soup dumplings), they have steamed, fried and baked bite-sized dim sum, along with appetisers like crispy fish skin. if you want something more filling, they also have la mian, noodle and rice dishes like fried rice, and even cooked dishes like sweet and sour pork or har cheong gai (fried shrimp paste chicken wings), and one can finally end off his or her feast with some desserts, which include notable ones like the refreshing mango pomelo sago or orh nee (yam paste).
they are all made fresh upon ordering, and though service may seem slow initially, soon your tables will be filled with such a spread you'll be surprised with the amount of food you ordered 😅
taste wise, they are all pretty decent which makes it so value for money, and sure enough to satisfy your hungry tummy, especially during the wee hours of the morning, because they open till 6am! however, be prepared to wait as long as half an hour, which on the bright side is proof that our love for their dim sum weighs much much more than just... wanton 😉
What: Dim Sum
Where: Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant (183-191 Jalan Besar, S208882)
Rating: 7.5 / 10
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