Si Chuan Dou Hua – Lunch

It’s been a long time since I last had dim sum for lunch. I decided to try Si Chuan Dou Hua considering how I like their dim sum items from the afternoon tea sets. They’re not really top notch quality but overall good enough. They serve Cantonese and Si Chuan style dim sum here and most items are priced at $5 and comes in 3 pieces.

I’ve been here quite a few times for afternoon tea and dinner, so for more information about this place, do check out my other posts!

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Crispy Sweet Potato Pancake – $5.00++/3

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Deep Fried Beancurd Skin Roll – $5.00++/3

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Steamed Fresh Prawn Dumpling – $5.00++/3

The filling was alright but the skin was too soft to stay intact.

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Steamed Siew Mai with Fresh Mushroom – $5.00++/4

Nothing special, but just a staple dish.

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Minced Meat Dumpling in Sour and Spicy Stock – $5.00++/4

This is a Si Chuan item for sure. The spicy stock never fails.

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Steamed Custard Bun – $5.00++/3

Wow, it’s actually in my favourite colour!

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The custard was flowy and the taste was right. Combined with the beautiful shade of orange, I love this.

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Homemade Fine Beancurd with Wolfberry – $4.00++

This has been featured in my posts many times, the dish that this restaurant is famous for. Even though I do not like beancurd, it’s still worth trying.


For my other posts about Si Chuan Dou Hua:

https://hungrybird.sg/2015/10/10/tian-fu-tea-room-top-of-uob-afternoon-tea/ https://hungrybird.sg/2014/09/19/si-chuan-dou-hua-dinner/ 

 

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