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Tiong Bahru Pau (Tiong Bahru Market Food Centre)

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Tiong Bahru Pau is one of the favorite street food chain here in Singapore giving locals the favor to indulge into their favorite snacks with great satisfaction.
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They have a lot of snacks and dim sum to snack on. I love the egg tart! Super crispy crust and fluffy soft egg taste.

The popiah's a bit oily but there's lots of mixed vegetables.

Overrall worth a visit. I was at the toa payoh outlet!

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• 07 Sep 2013 • 239 reviews • 0 follower

Buy egg tarts

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Buy egg tarts - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2013/09/03/tiong-bahru-pau-toa-payoh-central/

They have a lot of snacks and dim sum to snack on. I love the egg tart! Super crispy crust and fluffy soft egg taste.

The popiah's a bit oily but there's lots of mixed vegetables.

Overrall worth a visit. I was at the toa payoh outlet!
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• 06 Jun 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

not worth buying anymore

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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*** !!!
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• 09 Feb 2012 • 76 reviews • 5 followers

Consistent standard through the years

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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.

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