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Victor's Kitchen

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Located in Sunshine Plaza on Bencoolen Street, Victor's Kitchen serves dim sum.

Daily: 10:30 - 20:00

+65 98382851
$13 based on 162 submissions
Lunch (56 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (53 votes), Brunch (47 votes)
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Victor’s Kitchen, where Dim Sum magic happens

Long before the big swanky restaurant chain, Tim Ho Wan, was brought to Singapore, Victor’s Kitchen first started out as small and cosy Hong Kong-style dim sum eatery. A simple setup of metal tables and plastic stools, the place is smacked in the middle of Bugis, which is highly inaccessible but yet never lacks in patrons and diners. This was a sign that Victor’s Kitchen means business. The chief chef hails from Hong Kong, who was previously a chef at Victoria Hotel. No wonder, this place is swarming with rave reviews.
 For uploaded photos, please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com/2014/11/11/victors-kitchen-where-dim-sum-magic-happens/

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• 10 Feb 2015 • 50 reviews • 0 follower

Victor’s Kitchen, where Dim Sum magic happens

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Long before the big swanky restaurant chain, Tim Ho Wan, was brought to Singapore, Victor’s Kitchen first started out as small and cosy Hong Kong-style dim sum eatery. A simple setup of metal tables and plastic stools, the place is smacked in the middle of Bugis, which is highly inaccessible but yet never lacks in patrons and diners. This was a sign that Victor’s Kitchen means business. The chief chef hails from Hong Kong, who was previously a chef at Victoria Hotel. No wonder, this place is swarming with rave reviews.
 For uploaded photos, please visit https://whattoeatah.wordpress.com/2014/11/11/victors-kitchen-where-dim-sum-magic-happens/
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• 31 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Poor

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I visited VIctor's Kitchen 1-2 months ago. It was around 3pm.
 
 The previous time I visited was 2 years ago, I recalled it being affordable. 2 years later, it felt different. The food was not as value for money as it was known for.
 
 Here is the thoughts I felt when I patronage recently
 - custard bun was terrible, it was oily and poorly made
 - carrot cake was okay but I felt it was little for something nearing $5
 - service was terrible
 - ambient is really awful, they decided to cramp everyone. You barely have space to walk.
 
 People will still go to Victor's Kitchen via word of mouth. It was true before but I might not recommend this place again.
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• 05 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Worst service ever!

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Food took forever even though first to submit order (that's okay). People rubbing their tummies after their finished while we're still staring at our pathetically horrible tasting drink(that's okay). Wanted to take away because we're in a rush, instead, we were reprimanded for not being "understanding" along with an unnecessary condescending tone. All in all, this store made my day. :] *sorry for the rant*
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