Tuesday, November 1, 2016


Best Dim Sum In Singapore

Who doesn't love to smell the freshly cooked Siu May or even Charsiew Bao? No one of course. In Singapore, Dim Sum is quite stapled. Our locals like to have this menu when meeting with their colleagues or even for breakfast. Expats who are living across the board also love to have this menu every single day. Basically, this handmade dumpling comes in a simple display and dense filling. The chef behind the scene would like to delight you first by attracting cooking show from rolling to steaming. Absolutely a good way to treat your tummy and eyes rightly. 

In this guide, we do highlight the remarkable Dim Sum creations that certainly made from scratch. Ranging from lower prices too high prices, you can choose which one suit you well. Let's take a peek and enjoy! :)



1. Mitzo
This Chinese venue is a hidden gem in the downtown area. Ideally situated at Grand Park Orchard, each guest would be greeted by warmth and comfort ambiance all day long. The well-trained Chef behind this restaurant is the one who experiences in F&B Industry for more than 20 years. No wonder each dumpling creations here taste so authentic and delicious.

AddressGrand Park Orchard Level 4
270 Orchard Rd
Nearest MRT: Orchard
RSVP: (+65) 660 38 855
Operational Hours:
12.00pm - 2.30pm (Lunch)
6.30pm - 10.30pm (Dinner)

 Yum Cha

 Yum Cha

2. Yum Cha
Chinatown is a complex part of this nations. You can find anything 'oriental' here and so does the Dim Sum as well. Comes up with buffet or a la carte system, the customer can choose either feast everything or only taste the best one. Each menu  costs around S$ 3.00 - S$ 9.00. But if you choose buffer it will cost you around S$ 25.00 per pax. The recommended menu like Fried Hargau and Prawn Cheong Fan would make you coming back for more.

Address: 20 Trengganu St #02-01
Nearest MRT: Chinatown
RSVP: (+65) 63 721 717
Operational Hours:
10.30am - 10.30pm (Monday - Friday)
9.00am - 11.00pm (Saturday - Sunday)

 Imperial Treasure

 Imperial Treasure

3. Imperial Treasure Yi Dian Xin
Part of the old establishment that never get old. Presenting a wide variety of Chine dumplings at moderate prices is the reason to visit them. Currently, they have 9 outlets across Singapore and all of them specialize in Chinese cuisine. Does it mean a good sign for you? You know the best.

Address290 Orchard Road #B1-08
Nearest MRT: Orchard
RSVP: (+65) 62 623 662
Operational Hours:
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

 Ho Kee Pau

 Hoo Kee Pau

4. Hoo Kee Pau
If you can spot them, that's mean you just find a hidden treasure of Singapore. A fantastic Charsiew Bao only cost you S$ 1.40 while some kind of Siu May, Hargau cost you below S$ 1.50 per piece. Still, doesn't enough? They also sell some kind of sticky rice and noodle. Kindly ask the staff for more details.

Address: 43 Geylang Lorong 27
Nearest MRT: Geylang Bahru
Operational Hours:
06.30am - 01.00am (Everyday)

Joyden Treasures

 Joyden Treasures

5. Joyden Treasures
If you are looking for modern Dim Sum menus like Squid Ink Dumpling or even Salted Egg Bao, this venue will address your inquiry rightly. The presentation for each menu is nice and the price itself is quite affordable. Suitable for casual family dining or even an individual meal.

Address: 5 Stadium Walk #02-42
Leisure Park Kallang
Nearest MRT: Kallang
RSVP: (+65) 64 468 488
Operational Hours:
11.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

 Paradise Inn

Paradise Inn

6. Paradise Inn
A mandatory Chinese restaurant that offers you almost everything. Ranging from Dim Sum to Classic Glutinous Ball is all there. Each menu is authentic but comes at the relatively high price. But still, the point is flavor and texture. They nailed it.

Address: #02-06 Eastpoint Mall
3 Simei Street
Nearest MRT: Simei
RSVP: (+65) 65 384 066
Operational Hours:
11.30am - 3.15pm (Lunch)
5.45pm - 10.00pm (Dinner)
11.00am - 10.00pm (Saturday & Sunday)

 Din Tai Fung Singapore

 Din Tai Fung Singapore

7. Din Tai Fung
Listed as New York Times 'TOP 10 Restaurant In The World', this venue is absolutely brilliant when it comes to Xiao Long Bao, Kuo Tie and Pork Cutlet Fried Rice. The price also reasonable to try since each menu comprises the rich and dense fillings like no other. They also made some seasonal menu to celebrate a special occasion like Chinese New Year and Christmas. 

Address435 Orchard Road Level 4
Wisma Atria
Nearest MRT: Orchard
Operational Hours:
10.00am - 10.00pm (Everyday)

 Mongkok DImsum

 Mongkok Dimsum

8. Mongkok Dimsum
Originally from Geylang, this venue now have 2 outlets across Singapore. Serving the beautiful creation of homemade Dim Sum with the minimalist presentation is what to expect from them. The must-try menu might be Hargau and Fried Prawn Dumpling with Mayo Sauce.

Address8 Cheong Chin Nam Road (Opposite Beauty World Centre)
Singapore, 599733
Nearest MRT: Beauty World
RSVP: (+65) 86 868 829
Operational Hours:
11.00am - 02.00am (Everyday)

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Location: Singapore