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1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3 #01-14 White Sands Shopping Mal
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 6583-3611
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  1. RichardDTan
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     10 Sep 2010 at 9:33 pm
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    Dropped by for high tea snack with a friend this afternoon and found the place quite quiet (despite being Hari Raya PH). Staff were quite pleasant and friendly and gave the place a nice warm homeliness.

    Noticed a good menu range of rice and noodles but decided to have something light instead. Ordered some dimsum and dessert as we were feeling peckish.

    Lotus Leaf Rice ($3.90) was nice and fragrant, infused by the huge lotus leaf it was wrapped in. Rice had a nice earthy taste and was not sticky like the usual glutinous rice. Stuffed with mushrooms and chicken meat, nice portion. Just a dash of chilli sauce brought out the delicious flavours.

    Po Lo Pau ($1.90) was served warm, with a slice of canned pineapple sandwiched between the buns. The buns were warm and soft but a tad too chewy to cut or bite. Still, the warm melting butter gave great taste contrasts between the tangy pineapple, saltiness of the butter and sweetness of the bun's crust. Could sit there and eat more ...

    Steamed Papaya & Almond Cream ($5.90) had a few pieces of tender papaya in a creamy almond soup which was thick and flavourful. Luckily it was served hot, because after it cools, the almond can be overpowering. Ordered a hot tea to counter the taste.

    Glutinous Balls in Ginger Soup was quite delightful. The hot ginger soup was very flavourful and lent some "heat" to the dessert, felt good sliding down the throat. The peanut filled balls were a nice sweet taste to balance the tart ginger soup, but the skin was too thick for our liking, so the filling was soon overwhelmed by the taste of rice flour.

    Nice ambience, food is pricey but good. Will visit once in a while, but may be too expensive for regular jaunts.

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    1. nadbe11e
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       06 Nov 2008 at 3:29 pm

      after reading a frens review on the custard buns, i suddenly had a craving so thought i might try the custard buns here.

      Bought both steamed and the fried ones.

      Also ordered the frech toast thingy. the one with peanut butter on top.

      Big mistake..i mean on the french toast. It was ridiculously high priced(i mean $4 bucks for like 3 slices of gardenia bread with butter and peanut butter?? i think i can prob try to do it myself) And i felt like my throat was clogged after a few bites. couldnt finish it at all.

      Lucky thing the custard buns were not too terrible. I prefered the fried ones as they were not too overly oily and the bun itself was quite soft. custard was abit thick though but not too sweet which i liked. 3 pieces for $2.50

      The steamed ones were abit disapointing. The bun was not very soft like they steamed it for too long. Insides were the same as the fried ones. Thick and not too overly sweet.

      Can sum1 take me to sumwhere else with nice custard buns??prefably those that are not the thick hard custard kind..

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