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(Closed) Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant (南翔馒头店)

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Now open in Singapore, the first Nanxiang Steamed Bun Restaurant 南翔馒头店 dates back over a century and still remains a culinary icon at Shanghai's Cheng Huang Temple today.

Daily: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 68357577
$24 based on 84 submissions
Lunch (28 votes), Dinner (23 votes), Children/Family (21 votes)
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CNY Prospertiy set menu at a reasonable price

For full review, please visit: http://ilovedawn00.blogspot.sg/2015/02/food-review-cny-prosperity-peking-duck.html

On top of this, I must mention that i really love their soup dumplings, they are gigantic and soup is to be slurpped by a straw. They have recently made improvisations to this and soup has improved greatly.


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• 09 Feb 2015 • 40 reviews • 33 followers

CNY Prospertiy set menu at a reasonable price

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For full review, please visit: http://ilovedawn00.blogspot.sg/2015/02/food-review-cny-prosperity-peking-duck.html

On top of this, I must mention that i really love their soup dumplings, they are gigantic and soup is to be slurpped by a straw. They have recently made improvisations to this and soup has improved greatly.


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• 31 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Overall. Everything, sucks!!!

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The service really sucks, and the $69 promotion meal is totally a joke, they tell me everything is two potions, but they serve me only one small potion of most of things, they say it is combined by two potions, I really feel very bad about this, they think customers are idiots?
And the aunties, they look tired and don't really want to serve people.
I can't get my$69 back, but I will never ever go to this place again!!!!!!!
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  • ridiculous desert, LOL, it sucks.
• 29 Oct 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Not Worthy, don't get conned!

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Bought "Dim Sum" advertised through Qoo10. Claimed priced at $35 offering $16.90. Good food enriches your soul. Was so looking forward to it, but the reality of the food here is a FAR CRY from the food advertised. what's served are cold oily fried stuff that's left over cooked, taste like s*** food ready to rot. Highly NOT RECOMMENDED for consumption if you treasure your health.
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