Review Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast, 197 E Coast Rd, Singapore

Review Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast - Singapore 197 E Coast Rd

“Good place for large family setting. Food was nice. Lots of choices between tim sum and Ala carte. Parking is a challenge for those who drive” or “Basic food execute well. Zhi char like fried rice, beef hor fun is really good. The beef porridge was good as well. The dim sum pretty average thou.” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast is quality.

Introduction about Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast

Here are some fundamental details regarding Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast. In terms of Chinese restaurant, it is generally believed that Mongkok Dim Sum East Coastis one of the best places to choose and trust. It is placed at 197 E Coast Rd, Singapore. Whether you are looking for a place or a service related to Chinese restaurant, this place strives to ensure that you get the best possible value for your money. From customer service to the actual products or services offered, this place is dedicated to providing a positive experience for all its customers.

Background Info

  • Phone: 91918829 (+65 91918829)
  • Website: https://www.burpple.com/mongkok-kitchen
  • Address: 197 E Coast Rd, Singapore
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Detailed information of Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast

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Operating hours

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Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11 AM to 11:45 PM.

Friday, Saturday: 11 AM to 12 AM.

Sunday: 10 AM to 11:30 PM.

Distance

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Phone number

You can reach Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast at 91918829(+65 91918829). Use the hotline to contact them right away for the quickest help and resolution to your problems.

Website

You can contact Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast via https://www.burpple.com/mongkok-kitchen. It will react rapidly and assist you with your concerns.

Address

You can directly come to 197 E Coast Rd, Singapore if you have any questions or want to try to experience its services.

Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast reviews

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Is Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast good?

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“Good place for large family setting. Food was nice. Lots of choices between tim sum and Ala carte. Parking is a challenge for those who drive”

“Me and my family went on sunday afternoon surprisingly the restaurant was empty we ordered alot of dim sums (there were more but didnt take pictures) and its value for money!! Would come back again! ”

“Beef horfun and chicken skin are really good. Much better that we expected. Their dimsum quantity is good too, we love most of them.”

“Family friendly joint for good value dim sum and zi char, including Geylang Lor 9 beef hor fun and frog porridge. Very good selection of food!”

“Good dim sum. Value for money. The beef fried rice must try.”

“Dim asum place where is good n near family home. Food standard is good n service is good. Just people need tolerance on waiting when restaurant is crowded”

“Delicious food especially the yang chow fried rice. Added more pictures.”

“3rd time here. Portions are generous, service is good, price is good.”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 161 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.2 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 78% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Mongkok Dim Sum East Coast, 197 E Coast Rd, Singapore

There is a total 161 reviews

4.2 / 5

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    Jason Lim

    Initially we came here to try out dim sum but out of the 5 dim sums we ordered (crab roe porridge.. porridge smooth but crab roe so little where the taste?, prawn riceroll soso, xiao long bao the juice is little, prawn har gou soso and siew mai hard like frozen). Overall dim sum is disappointing.

    However, we saw beef hor fun at the signboard and seems many people comment so we ordered. Indeed slughtly abit above average so I hive 2 stars else I will leave with 1 star only.

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    Chow Michelle

    The fry mushroom noodle is good. But dim sum like yesterday one. Can taste a bit sour for the siew mai & not so fresh. Will try their zhi cha if come again.

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    Marine Brochec

    Dim sums are good and cheap. We are going there almost every week …

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    Brandon Thanh Do

    you can rely on this place to serve decent dim sum and chinese comfort food. we went for sweet & sour pork, salted egg prawns and cereal chicken – all of which are tasty.

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    Kenji Koh

    The food good but not great. However, it is pretty decent for it’s price. Would recommend the char siew chee cheong fun.

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    J Kooke

    Food ordered through Grab. It arrived hot. Delicious fried rice. The 1000 years eggs were tasty too.

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    Henry Tang

    Good reliable dim sum place, best one out of this stretch of East Coast Road. Does not disappoint as they source from their main Mongkok branch in Geylang and only steam to order. Also offer stir fry dishes, open till late and air-conditioned.

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    Mats Lingblad

    Hor fun good wok flavour. Dim sum all broke into pieces. Xiao long bao awful. Low fat oyster omelett is not a good idea

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    Desmond Low

    Decent food and price but it’s nothing special. Highlights at probably the har gao, chong fun and custard buns. The wok action sounded pretty good but we didn’t try any of the zi char dishes. Just dim sum.

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    David Choi

    No frills place for a quick bite. Decent dim sum and tze-char!

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    Alex Soo

    Good dim sum. Value for money. The beef fried rice must try.

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    Daniel

    Good selection of dim sum. Good value for the price. Their zichar dishes likely nicer. Their Geylang Lor 9 Beef Horfun has some wokhei and is pretty good but comes by default…slightly spicy with chilli (take note). You will need to ask for non-spicy Beef Horfun.

    Their dry beef horfun (Hong Kong style) tastes like our local char kuay teow.

    On the whole, recommended to try if you are in the vicinity.

    Parking can be a challenge at peak hours.

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    Matthias Ong

    Used to be better. Beyond the beef hor fun, everything else wasn’t good. I would recommend going to the dim sum shop at the marine parade hawker center.

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    Nancy Ide

    Ate here with my husband and baby for a late lunch. Not long after we arrived, the place started filling up with groups of older Chinese uncles and aunties, gathering for yum cha.

    Ordered kong bak pau, char siew pau, siu mai, har kao, chee chong fun and fried rice. Needless to say, we ordered too much.

    The food was Ok, but baby was hyper afterwards, I assume because of the msg in the rice.

    Probably not somewhere we will go again, but I recommend the dim sum over the cooked dishes.

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    Li Yin Tan

    Below average food.. liu sha bao custard bun also disappointing, content does not leak out. Fan choi char siew glutinous rice also lousy.

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    SKYLINE TROOPER

    decent food. some are good but some are disappointing.

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    grandco s ma

    Delicious food, reasonable price, hidden version, seafood fried rice, can’t find it on the menu.

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    Loo RuiLai

    Dim Sum so so. But the zu chao delicious

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    Joey K

    We ordered quite a number of dishes, amounting to $47+, but it was quite a disappointing meal. I do frequent the Geylang branch, and really liked it there, but it’s really very different standard at this East Coast branch.

    Good/normal:
    Fried beancurd skin with prawn
    Sambal Kang Kong
    Prawn dumplings very fresh, and skin was not too thick

    The negatives:
    Siew Mai was so-so, not worth the $4.20.
    Pork ribs was bland, only 1 was soft bone.
    Chicken feet not soft enough.
    Pork & century egg porridge was bland/tasteless.
    Prawn paste chicken wings flavoring was weak.

    Won’t be back again.

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    Vincent Ng

    Very average

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    Xi Bing T

    Food are served hot. That’s what I like most. Pork rib was ok.. could have make it a little more soft. Place is clean.

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    Jeremy Tay

    Enjoyed the tze char more than the dimsum.

    If there is a signature dish, it is their replica of the famous “Geylang Lor 9” beef hor fun which is absolutely delicious.

    Affordable and reasonably good dishes in an aircon setting (very impt on a hot afternoon!)

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    fanamantic

    Love their dim sum n yummy beef noodles

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    Daling Sheng

    Excellent little dim sum place that not a lot know about. It gets its food from the Mongkok in Geylang and steam on demand. Never disappointed with the quality or the quantity.

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    Snainey Yerbiz

    Very tasty food here with a very reasonably priced menu.
    The dim sum is excellent quality.
    Try the beef horfun its great taste and thick gravy coats the noodles just nice.
    Staff are pleasant and attentive.

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    Edward Lim

    Delicious food especially the yang chow fried rice. Added more pictures.

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    B Tham

    We came at 9pm on a weekday, not very hungry with no expectations. And ended up pleasantly surprised with what we ordered and the price we paid. The only thing I could complain about is the xiao long bao being rather tough but even then, the taste was good. We’ll definitely come back again for supper!

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    Ja Ong

    Good food

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    David Tan

    Crowded. Air-conconditioned eatery with a wide variety of dimsum, fried rice, noodles and other tzi char dishes. Food is tasty and service is quick. My second time coming here and it has met expectations.

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    SH Wong

    Simple dim sum, in a simply decorated place , like a kopi tiam.
    Serve good Beef Hor Fun.

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    Batman SG

    Delicious food

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    Hadassah Foong

    Dim Sum quality is below average. Going by their standard, I would say the price is expensive.

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    Dina Djafar

    Beef horfun!! Such tender beef! Must try..

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    Maurice Lee

    The beef hor fun did not disappoint. It is tasty and has the wok hei. The range of dim sum is wide. Will try it next time. I also ordered sweet and sour fish. This dish is average at best. But will definitely make a repeat visit.

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    Simon Teo

    Basic food execute well. Zhi char like fried rice, beef hor fun is really good. The beef porridge was good as well.
    The dim sum pretty average thou.

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    Shi Qing Wang

    Long wait for food

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    Dennis Chong

    Reasonable price.

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    Eric Chan

    One of the best and affordable Cantonese Dim Sum in Singapore.

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    jovstermcjover beyblade

    The siew mai and prawn dumplings are good. They sell other zi char dishes as well.

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    L H Lee

    Good Beef Horfun with wokhei. Avoid the Dim sum.

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    Mike Ng

    Great affordable food

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    Terong (Terong)

    Not bad. But for me personally i felt it was a bit pricy

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    Celine Williams

    Never disappoints. Always a delight dining here.

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    Dee Jee Cheng

    Food tastes amazing! I’ll be back

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    Zeon Lee

    Still prefer the gelyang branch.. this east coast has reduced menu. The siew mai is really better at geylang branch

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    梁子康

    Nice

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    ChrisCheong64

    Just brought my parents there for Dim Sum cum dinner. The Dim Sum was priced reasonable and coming out steam hot and fresh. The Beef Hor Fun was good. We were there in the afternoon and we were the only customers. The staff was polite and served us well.

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    Zachary Chan

    It’s really good. Just need to know what to order here.
    Pro Tip: Fried Prawn Dumpling – The Crunch, the Liao:Wrap Ratio is the best!

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    Jason F

    Simple tasty food at an awesome price

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    erica

    A show of dim sum that is crowded with locals. I think it’s delicious and cospa is also good!

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    Darren

    Decent Cantonese-style zichar dishes and dim sum at an affordable price. Good for simple family dinners and for those wanting a quick meal. Food was served reasonably fast and hot. Beef fried rice for $7 had good wokhei, tender slices of beef, rice wasn’t clumpy.

    Mango prawn sesame roll for $4.30 had a good bite with quite a generous filling. But the mango within wasn’t ripe enough and should have been sweeter. Iced milk tea had a lingering tea after taste.

    Dated interior and ambience almost non-existent. Happened to walk pass on a Sunday evening and only 1 table was occupied. Most people seem to prefer doing takeaways instead of dining in here.

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    Miki Clark

    Fantastic dim sum the pork belly is incredible. well priced

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    Maurice Lee

    The beef hor fun did not disappoint. It is tasty and has the wok hei. The range of dim sum is wide. Will try it next time. I also ordered sweet and sour fish. This dish is average at best. But will definitely make a repeat visit.

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    Karen Koh

    Love their Beef Hor Fun like what Geylang was famous for in earlier years. They have a fair selection of dishes from dim sum to frog porridge and other one dish meals.

    Can eat there alone or in a group. Fairly reasonably priced but you could be looking to spend between $20-30 for 2 if you’re entertaining. They have refreshing jelly desserts.

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    Brian Ng

    Good beef hor fan.

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    Ming Hok Lim

    Been here several times. Excellent food and reasonably price. Very good stir fried beef horfun

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    Sing Yee Ng

    Ordered some dim sum during the visit. Not my favourable taste.
    Aside for the huge prawn in the har kao, nothing much can comment as the best dish among all the dish on the table was the plain mantou.

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    Siew Loon Phang

    Deserve to have better patronage than neighbouring outlets. Used to have freshly prepared rolls, but menu is still good. Enjoyed the noodle dishes. Good for small family gathering.

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    Siew Hong Lean

    I just pack beef pho

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    E L

    Dim sum, hor fun, xiao long bao. It’s really not that good and is pretty expensive for the dim sum.

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    usha senan

    Good and Reasonable Food with Friendly Service and Atmosphere!

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    little dot

    Nice place for dim sum. No excessive crowd on a Sunday. The beef hor fun is a must to order, true to geylang stall taste. Good menu of dim sum and dishes for lunch or dinner. Parking is difficult, we have to park at 112 and walk over.

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    Dermot O'Beirne

    Good value dim sum

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    Rickey Fu

    Nice food n good service from staff

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    Hux Siah

    Mongkok kitchen serves delicious cze char, at coffee shop prices, in a comfortable aircon setting. They have great dim sum too. The deep fried ginger frog legs and the “kong bak” are really good. Staff are friendly and efficient.

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    Alex Sartin

    Nice food. Value for your money.

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    Chee-Wee Ong

    good is good

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    James Abeyratne

    A decent variety of Chinese dishes. Well afforded.

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    Samuel Lee

    Food is good and price reasonably. The beef hor fun is tasty

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    Beng-Guan Toh

    Reasonably priced. Frog porridge had few frog legs, may be better to order plain porridge and stir fried frog legs. Spinach with abalone mushroom has generous porrions of the latter.

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    Danai Sae-Han

    Good food, quick service and OK puer tea.

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    TheHonestReview SG

    We chanced upon the best claypot frog dish at this traditional shophouse unit serving dim sum and zi char dishes! We are also especially grateful to Granny who prepared for us hot chrysanthemum tea with less sugar.

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    Caroline Rajandran

    Enjoyed the dim sum. I liked the custard bun & mongkok chin chow. Just ask for less sugar for the chin chow.

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    Jeffrey Ng

    The quality of food is of the highest standard. Try the crispy noodle, beef gravy noodle, fish maw soup and dim sum. Enjoy!

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    Jack Li

    The same beef horfun as Geylang Lor 9

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    YL

    Have been to this place since years ago. It’s a decent place for average tim sum and tze char with air con. Food is not fantastic, average and affordable. Staff are mostly unfriendly unless they already know you.

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    Jermaine Lee

    Very good and unassuming dim sum. yummy food the family enjoyed! Definitely returning again soon. New fan!

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    Keith Lee

    Friendly DimSum restaurant, been around for many years.

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    Nina Nina

    Awesome

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    C Benson

    The cereal chicken is one of the best i have eaten!

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    vivalavuvu

    Tried out this newer location of Mongkok Dimsum in East Coast and the food was consistently good like other branches. This place is smacked in the great Joo Chiat area so you can also have a pleasant walk around the neighborhood after your meal to digest the food …

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    hw

    pleasant experience dining at mongkok dimsum, with a large variety of meat & carb dishes as well as dim sum. beef hor fun was good, veg dishes were fresh and well cooked. dimsum was pretty okay – not the best but good and satisfying enough.

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    jokoh10

    Love their beef hor fun

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    Nicholas chua

    18 April 830pm what happen to the prawn dumpling… 1/2 the size even the saucer is bigger then the dumpling.. this is messed up.

    After a bite it’s really 1/2 of what it use to be, size n girth is just sad…

    One even ruptured, no quality control.

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    Darren

    Decent Cantonese-style zichar dishes and dim sum at an affordable price. Good for simple family dinners and for those wanting a quick meal. Food was served reasonably fast and hot. Beef fried rice for $7 had good wokhei, tender slices of beef, rice wasn’t clumpy.

    Mango prawn sesame roll for $4.30 had a good bite with quite a generous filling. But the mango within wasn’t ripe enough and should have been sweeter. Iced milk tea had a lingering tea after taste.

    Dated interior and ambience almost non-existent. Happened to walk pass on a Sunday evening and only 1 table was occupied. Most people seem to prefer doing takeaways instead of dining in here.

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    Victor Ng

    Best fried rice!! Pork ribs and dim sum is great too.. …

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    Anne Kim

    Delicious and good size portions!

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    Roy Toh

    Good food. Nicely cooked. Value for money.

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    Hong Qixian

    Dim sum generally good, fried beancurd skin prawn rolls a bit dry, porridge had too much sesame oil and was a bit bland, price similar to crystal jade or slightly higher but they serve dim sum till late, service was good but tables not that clean.

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    Tan Joo Wan

    The wantan hor is really nice, served with seafoods(as u can see in the picture below). They offer a variety of Chinese food from noodles to dim-sum. The price are really cheap too. The restaurant are in door(air condition). If you wanna look for good chinese food, here is the place in Katong.

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    Ram Samtani

    Quick & Simple good meals

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    Joanna Lim

    Good dim sum at reasonable prices. Service attitude is amazing, the staff are all really friendly. Love how this outlet is airconditioned as well

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    Andrew Cheong

    nice dim sum that opens late (until past 12mn). Recommend the white pepper seafood noodles. Peppery gravy with crayfish, prawns, fish. Park at The Tides, a building within 3min walk that has covered underground parking. Everyone wants to try their luck to find ”free’ roadside parking, dont bother the parking wardens here are driven by a quota target and they don’t sleep

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    Wei Tse Choo

    For a quick bite

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    Victoria Ng

    Food is good for the price but store can get quite crowded during lunch and dinner times.

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    Francisco Furtado

    Good place for dim sum supper. One of the few places open till late!

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    Francis D

    No frills. Just good, satisfying dim sum. You order, you eat, you leave content. Yang zhou was surprisingly tasty than expected. Distinct wok hei. Dumplings were fresh and chewy. Generous fillings of prawns. Service was quick, efficient, no nonsense.

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    Diana L

    Average dimsum. While har gow was yummy with big prawn, the rest were really average. Xiao long bao skin was thick, mantou didn’t have taste, chicken feet was off. Even the milk tea was bad, not recommended.
    I will not be back. There are better dimsum places out there.

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    Ary

    I don’t understand how this place is rated at 3.9 and hence I have been avoiding it for half a year now since I live nearby. Went yesterday for dinner and had fantastic, very good dim sum, the spinach prawn dim sum are a surprise (must try!) – very flavorful soft and juicy (can order these instead of prawn dim-sum), yangzhou rice is the best I’ve ever had (portion was big for a small size of 6.5$), Shanghainese fried buns weren’t fried by the shanghai standard, but nonetheless were delicious (can order instead of pork dim sum) and had a cute cut carrot bottom from outside. Price is very good too! The service is good – on our night which was Wednesday it wasn’t busy so it was one lady at cashier and serving tables, and one grandma serving food too (and I think that she was cooking as well). Will stop again for lunch to try their char siu pork rice. There is no service charge and place is open until midnight – fantastic! We were 2 people and spent only 32$.

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    Louise Tan

    Late night supper place for me. Food choices from dim sum to zi char dishes. Food taste wise ok and prices on some dishes slightly expensive than hawkers zi char and I attribute to air con place so they charge a bit more.

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    Sharla McGavock

    Had the beef hor fun and dim sum – yummy and reasonably priced.

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    zi yan lim

    Closes at 12 sharp

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    Samuerl Pang

    3rd time here. Portions are generous, service is good, price is good.

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    Joey Tay (Joey)

    Great Dim Sum. Definitely recommend their Fried Chicken Skin too!

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    Alireza Ayatollahi

    Cheap and good. But cheap so not super clean.

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    Robert Chew

    If you need late supper and yummy too, this is the place in the Katong area

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    nishamathew854

    The food was delicious. The venison meat was soft and tender. The dim sums were good. The ambience was good too. But unlike the other restaurants in the vicinity, the place provided no outdoor seating.

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    Zokrath Tan

    Owned by the same guys behind the famous mongkok dim sum and the beef hor fan in geylang, you can expect the same selection and standard of food here, except with the added benefit of air conditioning!

    This eatery is usually not very packed, so you generally don’t need to make reservations.

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    Pak (pakadoodles)

    Loved the dim sum there, especially their beef hor fun, highly recommend it if you happen to dine there. A decent portion for an average price of $4.20 per plate of dimsum. …

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    Albert Tang

    Beef Horfun

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    CP Pua

    Good place for large family setting. Food was nice. Lots of choices between tim sum and Ala carte. Parking is a challenge for those who drive

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    Paul KH Phua

    Dim sum is good. Price is reasonable. Not crowded too. Nice honey pork rib

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    Eva Liew

    Me and my family went on sunday afternoon surprisingly the restaurant was empty we ordered alot of dim sums (there were more but didnt take pictures) and its value for money!!
    Would come back again!

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    Chloe

    Best watanhor in the area

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    Shiya Zhang

    Their clay pot has the same price like A-one but the volume is twice and the taste is Zuper! Lovely green chairs

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    QT Par

    Food is pretty good. My parents loved the beef hor fun and my dad thought that the beef fried rice tasted like fan choy (…but fried). I love the exceptional meaty har gao and custard paus. Every dish was executed well and the price was worth it. One star deducted for cleanliness. There were still crumbs on the table from the previous patrons.

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    Ching T

    Went on a Sat night, found variety to be not as wide-ranging as geylang branch. Kopi was very weak.

    Ordered the lu rou fan and the pork belly was nice, but the onsen egg was a joke. Egg white was runny and all over the place, no longer encapsulating the egg yolk. Egg yolk was too cooked. Just stick to the pork belly buns – it’s the same meat.

    Crowd was generally alright but the small space could do with better soundproofing. We had the misfortune to be dining at the same time as a group of inconsiderate expat patrons whose opera-like voice projection meant that their conversation and loud raucous cackling dominated the airspace and disrupted the experience for everyone else around them. Did not help that they were occasionally joined by one of the male staff(?) manager(?) owner(?) who joined in the noise.

    Would have been a just-below average dining experience without the noise.

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    SY Liow

    Food pretty good, and reasonably priced

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    Hoton Elicano

    Nothing special, but good value for money. Traditional dimsum available, no frills service.

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    Slamet Soengadi

    Dim sum, fish skin, fried rice all are the best in town and the price is very reasonable… Have to try!!!

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    Veiverne Yuen

    Skip as it is pretty bad overall, even if they do offer pots of tea to go with. Dim sum was not good at all; looked and tasted like they were reheated from frozen and made at a poor factory.

    The Cheong Fun (rice rolls) were overcooked and falling apart. Same with the Har Gow; the Siew Mai was mediocre at best. Lo Mai Kai (steamed glutinous rice) was pretty pathetic – 6 very thin slices of anemic char siew against red food dye to make the upturned rice bowl look less meagre than it is.

    Maybe their cooked and fried dishes are better, but did not bother with at all.

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    Martini Ricki

    Had the following: Siewmai(1basket),
    Hargow(1basket),
    Charsiew bau(1plate)
    Siowlongbau(1basket)
    Chaitowkuay(l plate)
    Chee cheong fun with charsiew filling (1plate)
    Fried chicken wings(1plate)
    Rectangular bakchang(1whole)
    Fried rice with salted fish (1plate)
    Beef horfun (2plates)
    Yeefoo mien(1plate)
    Chrysanthemum hot tea(1pot)
    Dimsum was quite good except for the chee cheong fun with too few charsiew pieces. Chilli sauce was quite diluted. Service was quite fast and courteous. Total bill spent was $65 approx. Payment by credit cards is not available.

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    Colin Tan

    Decent dim sum and zi char place! Quality is not bad for its price!

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    Riza Mae

    Nice

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    Xrickung Porntep

    Beef horfun and chicken skin are really good. Much better that we expected. Their dimsum quantity is good too, we love most of them.

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    polee2004

    Love the Yang Chow Fried Rice.

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    Zulhelmi Samsuri

    The beef hor fun is a must… Amazing wok hei taste and will be back for more.

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    Zelia Tan

    Randomly walk into mongkok dimsum along east coast rd for lunch. We ordered pidan porridge, stir fry sinchew beehoon, soup Dumplings and liusa bao. Simple delicious and better than expected, especially the porridge served piping hot in a claypot and the stir fry since beehoon has powerful wok hay fragrance..Will b back for more.

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    Wee Lee

    Great. Supper time …

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    Family Teo

    Carrot cake and spinach dumpling were pretty good. But the prawn and chicken porridge were rather disappointing – lots of porridge but the chicken was hard and bland.

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    Angela Ng

    Decent food. Soy sauce so watered down (tastes like salt water), it’s a joke. The details count, guys

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    Patrick Lam

    Food is good n reasonable price. Service of the staff is good. Except cannt pay by Visa

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    Daniel Ling

    Only go for the beef hor fun.

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    Ida ho

    Hor fun used to be good. Now standard is dropped. Dom sum is expensive

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    Darren Ray

    Good tasty food

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    1421 Discoveries

    Food – very good. Especially love the beef fried rice.
    Ambience – casual Aircon restaurant.
    Price – 20+ per pax
    Parking is a challenge.

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    Boris Mo

    Nice dim sum reasonably priced, not saying it’s cheap. Food is good.

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    Isabelle C.

    Dim sum is good and very fresh. Seems like older people tend to visit and may not leave reviews which could be the reason why the not-so-high rating is as such. Personally don’t think the rating is reflective of the food! Maybe it’s a bit pricey but would definitely recommend this place. Har Gao has really fresh and big prawns, Fan Choy is also delicious. Liu Sha Pao has sweet, watery custard. Carrot Cake is very flavourful and has additional ingredients inside too. Didn’t try the porridge but will do so next time. Zi Char also seems quite popular here, a lot of people ordered fried rice. Very sad thing is the parking here is horrendous :'( But really worth a visit!

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    Ally Ng

    Dim asum place where is good n near family home. Food standard is good n service is good. Just people need tolerance on waiting when restaurant is crowded

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    kristine jarabelo

    Its my first time to eat there and the food were delicious.The staffs are very polite and accomodating, i will surely come back there the soonest!

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    Kevin Ang

    Family friendly joint for good value dim sum and zi char, including Geylang Lor 9 beef hor fun and frog porridge. Very good selection of food!

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    joe chan

    This restaurant needs alot of cleaning and up grading

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    Shawn Low

    Dim sum here is good but expect to pay $4+ per dish. The rest of the menu has stir fried dishes (tze char). It’s also famed for the geylang lor 9 beef hor fun which had good wok Hei but overtenderised beef.

    The porridge was way too salty and didn’t have that much ingredients to porridge. No alcohol here.

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    Tham Mandy

    The food is good but lots of item from the menu sold out. Maybe its the timing I wenr

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    Eric Wong

    Visited on 15 Jan 2023 for dimsum with a friend and was pleasantly surprised by the authentic hk taste of the food and will definitely recommend this over the other pricier offerings.. afterall, life should be slow going in east coast

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    joseph eapen

    Good stuff..fast service

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    KS Song

    It seems like their food has become better

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    Chiew Leong Ong

    Simple setting, friendly staff. Got Aircon, spacious seating. Food is reasonable for the price, it’s affordable. The zhi char dishes is well done with ‘wok hey’.

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    Lim Zhi Wen

    Only accept NETS, PayNOW & Cash. They have less variety of Dim Sum compared to their Geylang branch.

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    Ary

    I don’t understand how this place is rated at 3.9 and hence I have been avoiding it for half a year now since I live nearby. Went yesterday for dinner and had fantastic, very good dim sum, the spinach prawn dim sum are a surprise (must try!) – very flavorful soft and juicy (can order these instead of prawn dim-sum), yangzhou rice is the best I’ve ever had (portion was big for a small size of 6.5$), Shanghainese fried buns weren’t fried by the shanghai standard, but nonetheless were delicious (can order instead of pork dim sum) and had a cute cut carrot bottom from outside. Price is very good too! The service is good – on our night which was Wednesday it wasn’t busy so it was one lady at cashier and serving tables, and one grandma serving food too (and I think that she was cooking as well). Will stop again for lunch to try their char siu pork rice. There is no service charge and place is open until midnight – fantastic! We were 2 people and spent only 32$.

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    Charles Gooi

    OK food, service OK, ambience far from desired

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    Xuezhu Wang

    There are many delicious shops, next to the coast, and the streets are full of small houses. It is very cute and worth visiting for an afternoon. The style is very good~

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    ぬしし

    Generally above average and delicious.
    Only xiao long bao has delicious soup, but the amount is small and probably frozen.

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    Cy Seet

    Clay pot Frog leg, braised tofu, horfun

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    Avery Ng

    Seems like most people here are rich. For myself I think it is extremely overpriced. I ordered this ginger & spring onion chicken because I thought it is just fish’s version that is white gravy and “healthier” but who knows it was so dark heavy sauce @@ all I tasted was just soy sauce & nothing else but chicken quite gentle… definitely won’t come back for this price and taste ($12) so expensive but cannot pay by credit card I don’t know.. nvm.. since I won’t come back for sure

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    HoeBeng Fong

    No frills but good food at reasonable price

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    Kai

    Fried carrot cake, century egg porridge, lotus leaf rice, prawn paste chicken were so yummy! Chicken gyoza was good too. Chee Cheong fun was average. Overall happy with this meal!

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    Dr Sam Hay

    To quote our 6 year old: “it was amazzzzzing”. Unassuming, efficient, neat, clean. Fresh and delicate dim sum, and yummy fried rice. Gave all the frog leg palaver a miss though. Boss lady definitely in charge. Cold beer the bonus. Do yourself a favour: don’t miss it.

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    Ying Wang

    had lunch here. the dim sum were bad and seemed to be defrosted from frozen not fresh. the only good item was the fried hor fun, which is full of wokhey

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    Lisa Wong

    Dim sum is good. Cheap. Air-con. Opens late too. Fried beef kway teow is good. Select any dim sum as there isn’t anything below standards. Give it a try.

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    Blake Gadd

    Sooooooo goooood!!!

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