#01-21, Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen Street, 189652
Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum
+65 98382851

Daily: 10:30 - 20:00

$13 based on 168 submissions
Lunch (56 votes), Vibrant/Noisy (53 votes), Brunch (47 votes) ...

Victor's Kitchen serves Asian, Chinese, dim sum cuisine and is famous for their Liu Sha Bao, Steamed Carrot Cake with Xo Sauce and Crispy Golden Shrimp Rolls.

What others are eating here

Siew Mai. Prawn Dumplings. Custard Buns. Carrot Cake.
Siew Mai. Prawn Dumplings. Custard Buns. Carrot Cake.
HK Milk Tea
HK Milk Tea
Assortment of Steamed Dim Sum
Assortment of Steamed Dim Sum
Lor Mai Kai
Lor Mai Kai
Steamed Rice with chicken
Steamed Rice with chicken
  • carrot cake with xo sauce 29 votes
  • milky custard bun 24 votes
  • victor’s king prawn dumpling 16 votes
  • iced summer milk tea 15 votes
  • glutinous rice with sausage chicken 12 votes
  • har gao 12 votes
  • Youtiao Chee Cheong Fun 9 votes
  • Golden egg yolk lava bun 7 votes
  • King Prawn Chee Cheong Fun 5 votes
  • Pan Fried Chee Cheong Fun 5 votes
  • oyster sauce char siew bao 5 votes
  • chee cheong fun 4 votes
  • everything 2 votes
  • fried prawn beancurd 2 votes
  • passion mango pomelo sago 2 votes
  • Assortment of Steamed Dim Sum 1 vote
  • Deep Fried Shrimp Dumpling 1 vote
  • Liu Sha Bao (Custard Bun) 1 vote
  • Lor Mai Kai 1 vote
  • Siew Mai 1 vote
  • Steamed Rice with chicken 1 vote
  • century egg porridge 1 vote
  • crispy golden shrimp rolls 1 vote
  • deep fried spring roll 1 vote
  • fried prawn dumpling 1 vote
  • lava bun 1 vote
  • mango sago dessert 1 vote
  • phoenix porridge 1 vote
  • popeyes dumplings 1 vote
  • pork ribs 1 vote
  • prawn siew mai 1 vote
  • preserved veg porridge 1 vote
  • steamed spare ribs with black bean sauce 1 vote
  • waterchestnut cake 1 vote
  • 菜干肉碎粥 1 vote

Latest Review for Victor's Kitchen

Overall RatingBased on 137 reviews
Most helpful review:

coffee-shop-style dimsum

Food/Drink 3 | Value 4 | Ambience 3 | Service 2
Total Reviews: 244

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I don’t really understand all the praise and rave about this place. it’s not bad, and actually, the food is just as you’d expect it to be considering the style of the eatery – just that my expectations were raised what with so many people citing this as some sort of powerhouse.   I think this might possibly be what’s known as proper hong kong style – with a spartan piece of white paper to mark your orders from. drinks come in old school pyrex and glass dishes, and the dimsum arrive in weathered bamboo steams – all of which elicit a sort of rusticity amidst the old-school decor.   coffee-shop style dimsum, and pretty far removed from any refined sensibilities. I expect you’re really expecting some sort of verdict on the famed liushabaos (those salted egg yolk custard lava buns) and those were pretty disappointing.    the menu is small, but it’s cheap, and it’s rather like those eateries you get in old-town malaysia or hong kong. I’m not sure a revisit is in my future – I’d rather spend a bit more and get better quality – but it’s a decent option in the future, though definitely un-rave-worthy.

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Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 1 | Service 1
Total Reviews: 4

Restaurant pricing but worse than coffee shop taste. Avoid unless its the zombie apocalypse and you die die need to eat something. Maybe just feed the food to the zombies instead. Had the most unappetising char siew chee cheong fun in my life and for $4.80, i was expecting much much better quality.

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Please, avoid this place!!

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 1 | Service 1
Total Review: 1

OMG, the worst dim sum in my life. Has been a while I visit HGW for recommendations, but I am not the kind who post any comment. but this time, I must register an account to warn everyone about this place.
 lets write in point form, easier to understand
 - porridge totally no taste
 - Shrimp "chang fen" soaked in soya sauce
 - the cha siu pork bun, inside is so sticky like glue, yiakss
 - the kinfe work is poorly done, meats are in huge pieces,
 - skin is very thick and too chewy
 - the "bing zhen milk tea" suppose to be milk tea, being place in a bowl filled with ice cubes, but what we get is, few cubes of ice, plus a lot of cold water inside the bowl, wt* !
 - some of the dim sum is too salty, although prawn is fresh, but it is just too salty
 - the place is quite small, when we queue for payment, the staff have to squeeze through the aisle, without saying "excuse me", they put their dirty hands at my shoulder and slightly push me aside instead, in less than 2 minutes, it happened twice !!
 - TOTALLY NOT WORTH THE PRICE, 3 of us spent $60! I don't even want to pay a single cent for this kind of food. even if it is free, I will still consider wanna force myself into such meal or not?
 Worst meal in my life. Can I give zero or negative ratings? T_T

Their "must-try" is....

Must try to avoid this place

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