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Wen Dao Shi

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AsianCantoneseChineseDim Sum
Located on Sims Avenue, Wen Dao Shi serves Dim Sum.

Daily: 24 Hours

+65 67464757
$14 based on 106 submissions
Vibrant/Noisy (28 votes), Supper (27 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (23 votes)
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dim sum all day all night

SO loves this place. I find it just ok. It's in Geylang, so parking is a nightmare and the food is very oily.

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• 19 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Food too salty..

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Overall ok, food is just a little too salty and oil. Service so-so. Not much choice of chillies. Could have make improvement on that. Some food taste better with sweet chilli.The pork belly buns is worth trying.
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• 30 Apr 2015 • 25 reviews • 3 followers

dim sum all day all night

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SO loves this place. I find it just ok. It's in Geylang, so parking is a nightmare and the food is very oily.
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• 14 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

overrated

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Food and service like suck.... Request a mayonnaise with $0.50 surcharge. I won't visit again......
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