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Teochew Handmade Pau 朝洲自制包点有限公司

Asian, Chinese, Snacks, Teochew

73%100%

11 votes

62542053

Tue - Sat: 06:00 - 14:00

Sun: 06:00 - 12:00

Closed: Alt Tue, Mon

$6 based on 20 reviews
Teochew Handmade Pau sells all kinds of traditional buns which are small in size but yet delightful. The char siew pau is fragrant and contains minced and juicy and tasty char siew. The siew mai is also delicious and meaty. Phone orders at least 1 day in advance. See what foodies like this place for
AlamakGirl • 14 May 201464 reviews 1 followers

The stall specialised in teochew pau. The queue is quite long, and most people has huge orders. For the one standing in front of me, ordered 12 lotus pau and 12 cha siew pau.
 
Since already wasted so much time queuing up, I end up ordering a piece of every items on the menu for takeaway. Prawn dumpling and cha siew rice is not available. Prices ranges from $0.60 for a pau to $1.20 for a big pau. The...

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AlamakGirl • 14 May 201464 reviews 1 followers

The stall specialised in teochew pau. The queue is quite long, and most people has huge orders. For the one standing in front of me, ordered 12 lotus pau and 12 cha siew pau.
 
Since already wasted so much time queuing up, I end up ordering a piece of every items on the menu for takeaway. Prawn dumpling and cha siew rice is not available. Prices ranges from $0.60 for a pau to $1.20 for a big pau. The...

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Princess J • 27 Nov 2012384 reviews 13 followers

Appearance wise, their mini pau is certainly very cute!! Taste wise, it's only ok leh.

I tried their chicken pau and its only normal nice.

Their mini char Siew pau is certainly nicer for the eyes than for the tongue.

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Dr Leslie Tay • 09 Feb 2012249 reviews 561 followers

So what makes a Teochew pau special? Well, many things it seems! The Teochew ah hia here takes liberties with what we know as ‘pau’ and gives it his own Teochew twist.
Firstly, the paus here are tiny. Why are they tiny? Well, the boss told me that they are small because the skin is very thin. Their philosophy is to make food for enjoyment and not to fill the tummy, it seems. The most popular pau here is the...

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