Review Tanjong Rhu Pau Confectionery, 389 Guillemard Rd, Singapore

Review Tanjong Rhu Pau  Confectionery - Singapore 389 Guillemard Rd

“The baos are very nice. I had char siew bao lotsa of meats inside, I finished the whole box of 10 baos myself” or “Big pork pau ran out of stock so I didn’t get to try. Tired the small pork pau and char Siew Pao. They were very nice” It is one of the few customer evaluation comments about Tanjong Rhu Pau Confectionery. Let’s read more of this article on Thecityvisitor.com to find out if Tanjong Rhu Pau Confectionery is quality.

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  • Phone: 68422112 (+65 68422112)
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tanjong-Rhu-Pau-Confectionery/256903320991242
  • Address: 389 Guillemard Rd, Singapore
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Monday: Closed.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 10:30 AM to 8 PM.

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“Those Pau lovers should visit here for the handmade Pau and other Pastry here. All make fresh daily rather than those from HKG. Support our local Hawker & SME during this Covid 19 period.”

“Had everything that was recommended and all was delicious! No need to go out of your way to grab some pau but if you’re in the neighborhood then worth a visit for sure!”

“The baos are very nice. I had char siew bao lotsa of meats inside, I finished the whole box of 10 baos myself”

“Big pork pau ran out of stock so I didn’t get to try. Tired the small pork pau and char Siew Pao. They were very nice”

“The char siew bao are my favorite here. They are delicious and not too sweet like most other places. The staff is friendly! (Often, I find attitude of staff is a reflection of the customer's!)”

“Fried prawn dumpling and seafood roll is super tasty. Their mini meat pow is better tasting then their char siew.”

“Its Char Siew Pau is the best I've had so far. In fact, I like Char Siew Pau offered from 陶陶居@Macao more. Unfortunatly, 陶陶居 was closed in 2019. How could they make so perfect flour skin!!!!”

“Food is great! Mouth watering dimsum sure to make your knees weak and heart melt. First visit and i lost count of numerous item i bought. Cha siew bao, big bao, siewmai etc simply all delicious!”

It has won many reviews from customers on the website, including 132 feedbacks with an overall score of 4.3 out of five-star ratings. Out of those, 83% are positive reviews.

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Review Review Tanjong Rhu Pau Confectionery, 389 Guillemard Rd, Singapore

There is a total 132 reviews

4.3 / 5

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    Yat Fai Ooi

    Paus taste good, but service staff will treat you like you murdered their family. Aunty with short hair deserves special mention for being the worst.

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    Ho Robert

    “Riverside Full Point”: Geylang River Park Link Road (ABC Waters @ Geylang River), is already a beautiful landscape. Attracted a lot of cyclists to come to “cycling one day tour”! Danxuyu Baodian is right by the river, and there are freshly baked buns and various snacks every day; knights may wish to bring a pot of good tea, pack some snacks here, and enjoy it at the pavilion by the river; enjoy the beautiful scenery and taste delicious food, Spice up your day trip!

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    james tan guan heng

    Great

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    King Kenny

    The food is good and hot and nice .

    But the worst is the service staff !!!

    The Aunty and the cashier like we own them a million dollar ! WTH ? I hope u need to learn human communication

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    JW H

    awesome char siew bun!

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    Ching T

    Husband and I drop by now and then. I find most of their dim sum a bit overpriced for the size without tasting really that awesome. HOWEVER, I will always buy their char siew pastry. It’s just as small and overpriced as everything else, but tastes awesome.

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    Jia Da Chia

    Big pork pau ran out of stock so I didn’t get to try. Tired the small pork pau and char Siew Pao. They were very nice

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    Just Lim

    Tanjong Rhu Pau is not so yummy as compared to Nam Kee Pau. Furthermore staff is very rude.

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    J T

    Heard so much of the meat Pau, but not really impressed. People who are impressed ought to try Nam Kee first.
    Price is higher than most coffee shops but smaller! Big pau is like a small pau. Will never buy again.

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    You Liang Ling (Ryan Ling BeMyself)

    Great delicious Epic

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    Julie Ang

    Previously the pau was nice with quality meat ingredients. The size of the pau are smaller than Tiong Bahru Pau. I think the standard has dropped tremendously.

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    Douglas Seah

    One of the best baos in sg. Try the big bao and the char siew bao. The yuan yang bao is also good and unique.

    However, do not expect any service from them. The man that normally takes order is extremely rude. So is another lady there. Has always been like this.

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    EE-LYNN Ho

    Char siew bao – Must in Singapore!

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    Jo Lai

    Freshly handmade pau that are delicious and bite-sized.

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    Simon Chua

    I rate their pao as singapore number 1

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    Andy Tan

    Excellent! Sweet and tender meat. Highly recommended

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    MeshPR

    The baos were quite OK. Saleswoman was the rudest I have ever encountered in Singapore. There are definitely better places to eat very good baos.

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    Alan Y

    I bet you can’t just eat one! These tasty little treats are a must try for out-of-town guests. The Char Siu is the favourite! but more important the even balance between ‘filling’ vs ‘pao’ ensures you wont have a pao experience where it’s only 10% filling and all pao!

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    Wong Teck Jung

    Only left with bbq pork bun and big meat bun when I was there. I highly recommend the meat bun which is very juicy and tasty.

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    Anthony 60269

    The price is fair, some maybe cheaper than other. Lots of variety. All you need cook proper dinner provided.

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    Henry L

    I choose çhar siew bun which my favourite.

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    neo wj

    $0.60 for mini lotus paste or red bean paste steamed buns. For the chicken or pork meat steamed buns (which comes along with a quarter slice of hard boiled egg in it), cost $1.40. Stall opens in the morning at 10am. The shop also serves siew mai, lo mai kai and fan choi.

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    Nize Stuff

    Still tastes as good. The branch at Thomson however is the opposite. The pau skin hardens within 10 minutes whereas the one at Tanjung Rhu doesn’t.

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    PYT YT

    A humble shop serving tasty steamed buns which is very popular.

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    Jenny Chow

    The next char siew pao I go to for weekend breakfast. Quite nice.

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    Heng Hanson

    The Paus are quite good, but not really a must go. Alternatives like tiong bahru pau and nam kee are very similar in standards. Patronised once every month and find that the portion (size) is definitely getting smaller and smaller – quite significantly. The worse is that the outlet seems perpetually out of food. Visit to purchase and for the LAST 4 TIMES I visited they are always out of stock and say need to WAIT 1 HOUR. very mismanaged outlet and this makes it difficult for me to even think of going back again

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    Surya Koordi

    Excellent char siew bao offered here! The bao are in a mini form factor but the inside is packed full of meat that is flavourful! Easily, you can devour a box of 12 mini baos in a single seating. They also offer the usual range of lian long, tau sar baos in the mini size. Other offering includes dim sums and fritters that usually sells out by lunch time. Worth a visit to satisfy your bao cravings.

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    Heezal Abdul Kadir

    Tasty…

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    Mckenzie Dree

    Got to be the best tasting pau

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    Ming Qiang Tay

    Steam pau tastes great.

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    Minh Vo

    oily, and too sweet. The pau is okaaay.

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    L. c.

    My favourite pau shop, especially the char siew pau. It’s pricey but very yummy. It’s all handmade as you can see the staff preparing it at both outlets. It was sold out after lunch on a Saturday and I am left with this. A tad sweet but still yummy.

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    Rui Fang Lim

    The dim sum is tasty

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    Lisa Wong

    Famous from years back, I recommend them but given the chance, take those that comes straight out of the oven. Tastes totally 100% when its fresh.

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    Pak We Henry Chua

    10.40am reached. Told by the not so friendly aunty the small paos not available, have to wait like 30 to 40mins. Gave up

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    Kai B

    Best char siu pau (steamed char siu pork buns) I’ve tasted, ever!

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    Olivia L

    Nice Charsiew Bao but male boss has an attitude! Will give it a miss and support other stalls instead.

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    Feng Hui Cheong

    Mini Char Siew Pau is a must try. Slightly expensive. Their pau are mostly bite sized to be eaten as a snack rather than to fill you up.

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    Jonathan Lu

    Best char siew buns

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    Daniel Marathon

    Very Good Pao

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    Ray Phay

    Handmade pau. Limited quantities daily.

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    Joyce Liu

    Its Char Siew Pau is the best I’ve had so far. In fact, I like Char Siew Pau offered from 陶陶居@Macao more. Unfortunatly, 陶陶居 was closed in 2019. How could they make so perfect flour skin!!!!

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    Alvin Ng

    Pao jing tian

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    Richard See

    Wide dim sum selection and their best seller is the char siew pau.

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    Theo P

    Food is great! Mouth watering dimsum sure to make your knees weak and heart melt. First visit and i lost count of numerous item i bought. Cha siew bao, big bao, siewmai etc simply all delicious!

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    Michelle Ngan

    The big pork buns are juicy and delicious, and the char siew buns are thin and delicious, very delicious

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    Vivian L

    Signature item mini size char siew pau tastes not bad.

    Siu mai, har gou and chive dumpling are too small and not worth the price tag. Generally avoid the items in glass cabinet.

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    D Lim

    Ate their mini pau as a kid and still love it till today

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    TM YEO

    The mini char siew pau is a must have when ordering for parties or office meetings..The filling has more lean than fat meat and is simply irrisistable

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    da qing chng

    Takeaway only. 4stars as bao are small in size

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    Desmond Soo

    Been a fan of their bao. But the small ones are really tiny. Their bigger baos are just normal size. Quite nice I would say the taste of their baos. recommended.

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    J Low

    Went at 3pm on a sunday, supposed to close at 8pm but almost everything sold out already. Super disappointed with the wasted trip.

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    Devin Tai

    nice pricey mini charsiew pau.

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    Qiming Low

    Nice and cheap. Service can be improved, staffs can’t be bothered.

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    Leong Yew Weng Larry

    Very nice char siew pau & other types of paus.

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    Alex Lin

    The bao is pretty nice and the crowd is quite a lot during weekend. The staff were very fast in packing your orders and the wait is not that long even with the crowd.

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    Katherine

    Yummy ! Too bad no sitting

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    Anand Pillai

    this place has ok confectionary and paus. Nothing great though. But the lady working the morning is rude. tryi it yourself peeps..

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    Javien Huang

    Very nice baos. But the ingredient seems lesser. Guess cant b help as cost of everything is increasing

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    K Eyth

    Had everything that was recommended and all was delicious! No need to go out of your way to grab some pau but if you’re in the neighborhood then worth a visit for sure!

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    Ken Ko

    Very hard to find places selling quality and affordable pau already.

    Char siew pau (4.75/5)
    Their char siew pau is quite small, slightly bigger than dumpling. haha but this small pau packs a big punch, their char siew has a smokey light sweetness taste and their skin is quite thin, just enough to have a decent bite and not break while covering the treasure inside!!
    And did I mention it cost less than a dollar!!

    Small meat pau (4.5/5)
    This just have to settle for 2nd place, if without the char siew pau, this is also a star of its own.

    Siew mai (4/5)
    Their siew mai is quite good, would have given it higher if it was bigger and juicier.

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    Helena

    Juicy pau

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    Tong Moon Fook

    traditional tastes

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    Thomas Tiew

    I really like to eat its buns

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    M P

    My mum love their pork buns of which I do find them very juicy and nicely flavour. Definitely better than those factory made ones

    Price is abit higher but u get what u pay for.

    Rest of the dim sum items was alright onli.

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    Yeo Adrian

    老字号.. but getting more expensive.. taste still ok though

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    Tay Soonlee

    Nice bao

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    M Hiro

    Takeaway dim sum shop
    Everything is cheap and delicious! I used to buy egg tarts almost every day

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    Gina Tan

    Traditional food at its best! I really hope the legacy will continue.

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    Low Andy

    Juicy Meat Bun
    Thick skin and thick flesh
    tasty

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    Justin Teo

    Tanjong Rhu Pau ($0.70 each). These are little char siew paus from Tanjong Rhu. I like that I can just pop them into my mouth and enjoy the moist meaty fillings with a good fat ratio. Best steamed before eating, and it would be really enjoyable.

    It was busy but service was still polite. I would come back again to try other paus

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    Angelia Neo

    Service was poor . I ordered over 30 dollars worth of items but was rejected very rudely when I asked for an extra packet of chilli sauce . I would have gladly paid for the extra sauce too if needed. This really dampened my experience at this branch.

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    Yayu Wang

    Standard dropped tremendously, char siew pau from “red” became “dark brown” in colour and did not taste as fresh as in the past.

    The outer skin is getting thicker and thicker, the invagination is getting less and less, and the price is getting more and more expensive

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    Sangravee Intamas

    food good but the lady working there is very rude

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    Gspot Keys

    Best Charsiew Paus around. The other stuff they make is good(not bad) as well but not as mouthwatering as the Charsiew Paus. Remember to use their special homemade chilli sauce, goes well with their siew-mhais & Loh-mhai-kais.
    All items are pretty fairly priced.
    Go early to avoid long queues & certain popular stuff running out.

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    Dominic Teo

    Probably the best pow (steamed dumplings) in Singapore

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    GEORGE TAN KOK SIN

    Good.

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    windcsz

    Fried prawn dumpling and seafood roll is super tasty. Their mini meat pow is better tasting then their char siew.

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    Chris Chang

    Very pricey baos and the best you can find in singapore.

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    Robert Ng

    Have been buying pork “Pau” from this shop for many years. I would rate the Pork Pau as one of the best. They also sell glutinous rice or “law Mai Kai”and other Chinese snacks.

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    MoMo Lim

    Obviously the mini char siew pau is good. Tasty, meat not too sweet and flour texture is just nice….but 0.80cent per piece is expensive!!!! The CS is something needs to improve. Cocky, harsh respond and arrogant…..

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    Jan Lim

    Reached around 7pm and a lot of items sold out. Better call before going down to avoid disappointment.

    The lady’s attitude is VERY BAD. Dont see why we deserve her bad attitude.

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    Teck Chye Yeo

    Ok. So they aren’t cheap, but they have the taste of olde reminiscent of my childhood from the 70’s and 80’s. It’s that piquant, saucy meat sliced big, all encased within a silken, sweet skin. Each time we think Bau, this is where we head

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    Alice B

    Everyone there is super unfriendly but the char siew pao is great and the dimsum isn’t bad either. Seems mutually beneficial for them and the customers that it’s take out only.

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    Wei Sheng

    My clients and family love their tau sa biah. Always good for gifts.

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    Shandy Tan

    Love their mini char siew bao

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    John Ang

    Good pau. Gold standard

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    L. c.

    My favourite pau shop, especially the char siew pau. It’s pricey but very yummy. It’s all handmade as you can see the staff preparing it at both outlets. It was sold out after lunch on a Saturday and I am left with this. A tad sweet but still yummy.

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    jiwei snow

    Taste 4/5
    Portion to price 4/5

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    Josef Zuela

    Tasty and delicious. I love the char siew pao.

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    Jye SR

    Delicious bao with a good range to choose from, though no salted egg yolk. Great value too, with bao from 70c.

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    Trisha Sanvictores

    Best char siew buns in town! ️

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    Kyas Khie

    No doubt their Char Siew Pau is one of the best taste you could get in Singapore, the only flaw is their staff’s has attitude issues n quite arrogant towards their customers. Overall, if you have someone willing purchase on your behalf, you get the best of both worlds ~

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    Wen Lieh Loo (lwl)

    If you want char siew bao, which seems to be popular, it’s only available after 12pm when I went on Saturday. Wide range of Chineee pastry food items.

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    Ant Tan (Ant)

    Buns and polo buns are great, but can be better if it serves with the signature brand pack box for tabao. That means u must purchase bulks otherwise they pack for you ordinary pack box which can easily bought elsewhere in kopitiam.

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    Deddy Marzuki

    Nice place to get Bak Pao, tried their mini char siew Pao. They also sell fried snacks. Please note that there is no seating here,

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    Keith K

    The char siew bao are my favorite here. They are delicious and not too sweet like most other places. The staff is friendly! (Often, I find attitude of staff is a reflection of the customer’s!)

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    Jeanette Goh

    Nice pau

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    Kelvin Chye

    A good selection of mini sized pau. The char siew pau is good. Full of fillings, and the char siew has a nice char taste to it. The other pau is good as well. One is not enough.

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    Esther Tan (Ribbitgal)

    Food is good

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    Lydia Wang

    Woah.. the small pork bun… looks like nothing but its damn juicy and amazing. For how small it is, it’s a surprise. I love the 名虾饺also, the prawn fritter dumpling. Best! I really enjoyed the steam chives and pork dumpling too! I ate all 6 of it in a day!

    The Char siew pau, both steam and bake is decent too! The only not so nice one for me was ngoh hiang. But I generally feel this shop is pricey but has really good quality

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    Gra Cious

    It’s been a while to have their char siew bao, the mini size is a good snack anytime of the day. It’s ok to eat more and without feeling the guilt. Going to try their Lou mai Kai and fan Choy. remember to check out their other stores and opening timing. …

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    Lingesh Nadason

    Great food. …

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    Chua It Got

    Cheap and good pau, only 1 staff is not friendly.

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    ZT19

    The cha shao and meat bun nice…. even the dumbling also nice….

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    Yoon Min Loh

    Paus are delicious and the prices are reasonable.

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    Jia Jin NGANG

    The food is delicious, not too pricey

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    天狼劍

    The buns are very delicious, but it may be because of the great reputation, the attitude of the staff is not very polite, since the dim sum is not marked, so I can only ask the staff if there is a certain type of dim sum, if you don’t mind the attitude of the staff , you can still buy it.

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    Toshi Aze

    Best pork bun ever in Singapore.
    Recommended is a big bao

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    Elson Teng

    Nice food but attitude issues

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    Crosby Ong

    My favourite Chinese bun (especially the tau-sar & char-siew pows)

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    TB Foo

    Those Pau lovers should visit here for the handmade Pau and other Pastry here. All make fresh daily rather than those from HKG. Support our local Hawker & SME during this Covid 19 period.

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    Alan Y

    I bet you can’t just eat one! These tasty little treats are a must try for out-of-town guests. The Char Siu is the favourite! but more important the even balance between ‘filling’ vs ‘pao’ ensures you wont have a pao experience where it’s only 10% filling and all pao!

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    Ernest Kwok

    Good but expensive mini char siu bao

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    Jude Lee

    The char siew baos are good. It’s not a cafe. It’s a stall in a coffee shop. The buns would have sold out by evening.

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    MK Tang

    Very nice Cha Siew bao; small bite size fully packed with good cha Siew!

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    Adrian Ea

    Okay Pao’sssss……. Normal taste.

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    Kok Kin Ding

    My go-to place for char siew pau! No. 1 in my chart!

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    HuyenLy Nguyễn

    It’s small, it’s expensive, but I love it!! This stall sells the best pau in Singapore that I’ve ever tried. Their pau is indeed tiny and pricy (70 cents to 1.5 dollar for a pau which is half of a normal pau’s size), but I stop thinking about the price after my first bite, and all I could remember is how soft and juicy it tasted -> exactly what my heart desires for a perfect pau/ dumpling. It wasn’t the pau that I was eating, it was the satisfaction that I was tasting. Satisfaction in every bite.

    People who make such pau is no doubt masters of their own field. And I read many reviews saying the staffs are rude or arrogant, but they all appeared alright to me. The sellers were patient enough to explain and helped me choose the right thing I wanted while trying to communicate with me in English. And in the end, I just needed to pay 4-5 dollars for such a big satisfaction, so I gave this stall 5 stars and no cons.

    My favourite bites here are: Char Siew pau, chicken pau (juicy and chicken sweet – perfectt!), prawn dumpling, chives dumpling, sesame ball. In fact, you should try everything if you can!

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    Jodel Tan

    Buns are nice. We bought lian rong, cha siew, da bao and red bean however i feel it is a little too sweet for me.

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    kinc

    The char siew pao is small size. Delicious.

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    Danny Wong

    Nice , small and expensive!!!

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    Kian Seng Ng

    Great tasting Steamed Pau (bun). 🙂

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    Tony Tan

    Smallest Char siew pau ever.

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    Nicholas Quek

    Awesomeness Bao and Dim Sum

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    SK Wong

    Decent pau and pastries

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    kinc

    The char siew pao is small size. Delicious.

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    Mark F

    Tasty Char Siew Pau!

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    Cheryl Goh

    The baos are very nice. I had char siew bao lotsa of meats inside, I finished the whole box of 10 baos myself

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    N S

    A popular restaurant in the city that is reasonably priced and delicious. Egg tarts are delicious as well as meat buns.

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    Viola Schu

    Enjoyed the char siew and red bean pau. The staff was not very friendly. I asked if they have some lotus Pausieren left and the lady just screamed: NO MORE NO MORE. Other than that, really good!

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    Jessica Z

    Really good.

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