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Yum Cha Chinatown

Asian, Chinese

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53 votes

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Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 23:00

Sat, Sun & PH: 09:00 - 23:00

$25 based on 38 reviews
Yum Cha Chinatown is a Chinese restaurant that offers unique dim sum dining experience be it lunch or dinner. Yum Cha Restaurant continues to be a popular restaurant icon in Singapore. See what foodies like this place for
TARA • 16 Jun 201422 reviews 1 followers

We went on a Monday afternoon at 3pm and the waitress warned us there was no aircon, only standing fans. We didn't mind at all. The fried dim sum came very fast. They had fried wontons, fried sesame balls and also baked pork filling pastry come when we sat down. Most of the items on the carts came fast, except the special order items like century egg and lean pork congee, chilled mango pudding, and the custard buns which we...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • High Tea16 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering16 votes
  • Children/Family14 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy14 votes
  • Brunch12 votes
  • Buffet12 votes
  • Breakfast10 votes
  • Lunch10 votes
  • Business Breakfast4 votes
  • Dinner4 votes
  • Business Dining3 votes

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  • pan-fried chives and meat dumplingpan-fried chives and meat dumpling
  • BBQ pork rice flour rollBBQ pork rice flour roll
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TARA • 16 Jun 201422 reviews 1 followers

We went on a Monday afternoon at 3pm and the waitress warned us there was no aircon, only standing fans. We didn't mind at all. The fried dim sum came very fast. They had fried wontons, fried sesame balls and also baked pork filling pastry come when we sat down. Most of the items on the carts came fast, except the special order items like century egg and lean pork congee, chilled mango pudding, and the custard buns which we...

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Victoria Lim • 07 Apr 201411 reviews 0 followers

There’s a reason tourists and locals love Yum Cha: everything about this Chinatown eatery, from the interior to the food, is unpretentious. This Trengganu Street dim sum restaurant’s old school marble-topped tables and wooden chairs are stuck in a time warp. While the buffet is only available during tea-time, the a la carte dim sum menu includes over 60 items. The classics, such as har gow (prawn dumplings), siew mai (pork dumplings) and yam puffs, are done well, and the...

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Gingybite • 21 Jan 201415 reviews 0 followers

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Overall, the dim sum here was decent. Our favorites here are braised chicken feet and paper wrapped chicken. The chicken feet were 'puffed up' well, allowing it to soak up the sweet and spicy sauce to produce a succulent texture. It was so addictive that we ordered a second portion! Paper wrapped chicken was one of their chef recommended dishes. There were two chicken mid joint wings wrapped up in each paper bag, making it convenient for sharing. The wings had a fragrant ginger taste and the sauce was thick and flavorful!

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Paper wrapped chicken