Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:00 - 22:00
Mouth Restaurant at Plaza Singapura serves a wide variety of dim sum and Cantonese cuisine. Its dishes have long been lauded as one of the best in Singapore since its establishment in 1989.
Best experience gathering in Mouth. During CNY i had my last min booking for friends gathering and i tried book many place are full, only Mount willing adjust for me also my first time to Mouth. We order the $268 sets for 6 pax, is well enough shall among us, and the 6 dish is very delicious! 6 of is, keep give good comments on all diash are yummy evan is new yr with crowded, and they never drop the standard. Staffs are friendly and helpful. I'm happy and success to make it for my gathering, I'm happy with it!
By far, this is THE Liu Sha Bao among all that I've tried. Priced at $5.80 for 3, it is also the most pricey ones around. Its uniquely baked exterior may standout from the usual soft and fluffy bao (bun). However, what really sets them apart from others is their potency guaranteed salted egg yolk paste!
Packed with salted egg yolk flavour and molten in texture, this gives their competitors a run for their money.
Apart from Liu Sha Bao, we had other common fares such as Xiao Long Bao ($4.8), Fried Carrot Cake ($8.8) and Century Egg Congee ($5.2).
Squid Ink Char Siew Bun was like any other Char Siew Bun out there and probably more of a food fad than a 'legend' like their Liu Sha Bao. Having said that, the fillings had good whiffs of charred aroma.
Lastly, the Steam Rice Roll - Hong Kong Styled Cheong Fun, was a disaster as it was over-dressed with gravy and odd-tasting.
Not the best dim sum place for me, but I will come back anytime just for the Liu Sha Bao (Custard Buns)!
More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/mouth-restaurant-legendary-liu-sha-bao-custard-bun
I've tried Mouth Restaurant at the Chinatown outlet, and have absolutely loved it. So I suggested PS Mouth Restaurant for Father's day dinner. We were very disappointed.
First of all, the place is really small and there were too many tables, we were no more than 2 arms length away from another table. We have kids and when they struggle it gets very uncomfortable. It was not easy to move in and out of the restaurant too.
Secondly, I think it should be a common knowledge for service staff to not serve from the side where kids are seated just in case of spillage of hot dishes. We reminded them, but they constantly forgot about it. Serving from the wrong side wasn't just it, they kept forgetting about our drinks and other requests as well.
Finally, we were hoping for the food to redeem for the bad services and ambiance. But, the food was terrible. It was cold and way too normal for its price. $555 for 8 pax. The only dish that was decent is their salted egg yolk bun. We've had cheaper and much better food elsewhere. We'll not patronise again. Perhaps, we'll give the Chinatown outlet another shot.
A brand with much history, Mouth Restaurant was a common name from the past. Surviving through the changes within its own competition, Mouth Restaurant had also constantly refreshed its menu to keep up with the times to attract both new and their loyal customers.
Hot off the steamer, the Steamed Har Gow ($4.20++) was bouncy and the prawn was huge and fresh, but it would have been better with a thinner skin.
The meat filling of the Pork Filling Steamed Bun ($4.50++) was rather generous and the broth was warm and savoury, but the skin was again slightly too thick and it got stuck in my teeth.
Despite the bun's thickness, the Steamed Char Siew Bun ($3.80++) was really fluffy! There was also a generous amount of sizable honeyed pork chunks in it, which provides quite some bite of sweet and meaty goodness.
Little traces of oil was found in the Banana Prawn Roll
($3.50++), and the prawn was juicy and fresh. We also loved how the sweetness of the bananas which did not interfered with the taste of prawns. The mayo dip that came with this dish had fruits such as pineapples tossed into it, which gave it a refreshing taste.
Pan Fried Carrot Cake ($3.80++) was soft and contained a lot of lupcheong to further enhance its flavour. It was also not oily, which makes it less sickening to eat.
Steamed Siew Mai with Fish Roe ($4.20++) was chewy with the amount of pork stuffed, but it was the Fish Roe that made it really addictive with the burst in the mouth.
While many of the menu items may have changed, it seems that Mouth Restaurant had gone for the better. The offerings are up-to-date, following the latest trends, which definitely encourages loyal patrons to come back again to try the new items. Mouth Restaurant also seemed to be generous with their fillings, as seen with all items we ordered. For its pricing, this place is worth the value. If you ever visit, never give the Signature Baked Cream of Salted Egg Yolk Bun; it is something that makes you want more!
For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/01/16/mouth-restaurant-%E5%9C%B0%E8%8C%82%E9%A6%86-plaza-singapura/