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October 16, 2011

Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant, Singapore…for that late night/early morning dim sum craving

Open overnight from 6pm to 10am, Swee Choon Tim Sum serves up pretty decent Hong Kong and Shanghai dim sum at reasonable prices.

There’s even a chef to knead la-mian on show. Their pork chop la mian is plain la mian in a clear and light-tasting broth with the fried pork chop served on a separate plate. The pork chop is rather tender. The juicy pork dumpling or Xiao Long Bao which is decent as well – the skin is very thin, the soup is quite tasty.

TO TRY: Deep fried shrimp paste chicken wings. It is surprisingly delicious.

The air-conditioned interior is kept clean and simple. Service was very friendly, efficient and attentive and the food came very quickly.

P.S. I love their chee cheong fun…it’s awesome. This is still the true truth as I still say it as it is…

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