Bought this siew mai from tiong bahru bau 30 Seng Poh Road i have made a complained to the head office this siew mai skin should not be this way and they just ignore about this they say will call us back but they did nothing ... standard really drop like s*** !!!
Love the char siew pau. Char siew filling is moist and you can actually bite and taste the char siew filling. Large pork or chicken pau are good too and chokful of filling. Pau skin is unlike the texture that you get at good dim sum restaurants, but it is soft and of reasonable standard.
Must try the freshly-made ones da pao in the morning because meat filling inside the pau is juicier and more tender then. The smaller char siew pao also tastes good but perhaps a little small in size and the skin is relatively thick compared to the da pao. The siew mai is good but nothing outstanding as compared to those in our local chinese restaurants.The luo mi ji (dark glutinous rice with chicken slices)tastes just fine and does not impress me. I do not favour its egg tart which does not make the mark at all.The crush is thin,not fluffy and the filling is rather bland in taste. Overall experience is still reasonably good.
Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned