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Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant (瑞春点心餐厅)

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Operating for more than 50 years, Swee Choon Dim Sum Restaurant is a well-known restaurant where people from all walks of life go to enjoy dim sum. Located at the heart of Jalan Besar, in the district of Little India, Swee Choon provides air-conditioned as well as alfresco dining.

Wed - Mon: 18:00 - 06:00

Closed on Tuesdays

+65 62257788
$13 based on 136 submissions
Supper (38 votes), Dinner (29 votes), After Work (26 votes)
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value for money and great place for late night dim sum!

For photos and full review, please visit: http://missy-wanderlust.blogspot.sg/2015/05/swee-choon-tim-sum-restaurant.html
 
Order their mee sua kueh, fried crispy toufu, dongpo pork belly and red bean pancake! 

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  • mee suah kueh19 votes
  • custard bun18 votes
  • xiao long bao16 votes
  • beancurd skin with prawns8 votes
  • egg tarts7 votes
  • carrot cake6 votes
  • fried golden tofu4 votes
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• 17 May 2015 • 21 reviews • 5 followers

value for money and great place for late night dim sum!

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For photos and full review, please visit: http://missy-wanderlust.blogspot.sg/2015/05/swee-choon-tim-sum-restaurant.html
 
Order their mee sua kueh, fried crispy toufu, dongpo pork belly and red bean pancake! 
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• 13 May 2015 • 14 reviews • 2 followers

Yummy spot for Yumcha

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Full review here: https://aprilsnextmeal.wordpress.com/2015/05/12/hk-hotspots-in-sg/ '...I liked how the dishes were not overly oily or salty. I was a particular fan of the carrot cake and egg tarts. Xiaolongbao is also a signature dish at Swee Choon – not exactly a HK dish but who cares if it’s done well!'
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• 10 Feb 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Overated, but because it caters for late nights...

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-taste i would say its pretty 'hawker standard' for majority of their dishes
-XLB and golden tofu too overated
-everyone's fav custard bun: Custard is perfect, bun is a 'no-no' 
-service is fast only cos they open at 6pm onwards and everything is prepared beforehand. so u can expect dimsums made in the morning and eating in cold at night (pretty much everytime i go there) 
-pricing wise abit steep
-only reason for me to visit this store is that the open late in the night 

Overall: for late nighters only
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