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Mayim Chinese Cuisine (West Mall)

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Although it's named for the Hebrew letter for "water", this restaurant serves Chinese cuisine. The dim sum menu includes northern and southern Chinese varieties, and there are many innovative Chinese dishes too. It takes pride in its handmade la mian.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 22:00

Sun & PH: 10:30 - 22:00

+65 67941590
$17 based on 84 submissions
Lunch (26 votes), Dinner (23 votes), Children/Family (21 votes)
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Mayim Chinese Cuisine

This restaurant was recommended by my friend. We ordered quite a lot different dishes to share around.

We spent around $90 for 4 people. Overall, some of the food is quite good but the service is quite poor. The waitress just put the dish on the table without mentioning the name.

http://finaldustjourney.blogspot.sg/2014/01/mayim-chinese-cuisine.html

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• 08 Jan 2014 • 18 reviews • 18 followers

Mayim Chinese Cuisine

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This restaurant was recommended by my friend. We ordered quite a lot different dishes to share around.

We spent around $90 for 4 people. Overall, some of the food is quite good but the service is quite poor. The waitress just put the dish on the table without mentioning the name.

http://finaldustjourney.blogspot.sg/2014/01/mayim-chinese-cuisine.html
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• 16 Jul 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best dim sum in the west

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Had lunch here and is WOWed by the experience. It was unexpectedly good. The dim sum was fresh and excellent, simple things like siew mai or cheong taste surprisingly better than many other places. I like that you can order the dim sum by pieces, so you don't have to order 4 xiao long bao, if you only wanted two pieces. It's is also worth mentioning that the Chinese tea is only $1.20 per head and you get a cup that allows you to individually brew your tea leaves. Definitely will come again for other dishes.
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• 08 Apr 2013 • 10 reviews • 0 follower

Probably the best dim sum in the west half of the island

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We went here three times, twice for dim sum and once for dinner. While the dinner doesn't have much to stand out, the dim sum here is really great to the taste of an authentic Cantonese! Besides the taste, the portion is generous, and the price is quite good. As a resident in the west half of the island, no other places compare here. Besides the usual dim sum plates, must try the durian pudding and the durian tart here, it's exceptional! 
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