Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant 瑞春点心餐厅
Overly fave dim sum stall at Jalan Besar. When i reach at 7pm, there are already horde of people queuing for their turn to have their dinner. It is always an advantage to dine in this restaurant with lesser people. You will get the seats faster.
Both indoor and out door seatings are available. I will recommend the indoor seating as there is air con, but you will need to wait longer.
Pu Er and Chrysanthemum Tea in old school kind of pot and cups. Wash the cups with hot water before pouring your drink.
Shanghai Xiao Long Bao ($4.30) - lots of juice in each dumpling, fresh pork meat can be found hidden in it
Beancurd Prawn Roll ($3.00) - crispy outer layer
Har Kow Prawn Dumplings ($2.40) - hmm, i find this normal only, not really very good
Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun ($3.90) - yummy custard buns, the egg yolk custard harden very quickly when cool, so you better eat it while hot
Swee Choon Mee Suah Kueh ($2.00) - Signature dish from Swee Choon. It was one of a kind creative item which is not found at any other eatery.The kueh mixture is made up of fried onion with mee suah.
Law Mai Kai Chicken Glutinous Rice ($2.50)
Almond Longan ($2.50)
Steamed Chicken with Egg ($2.50) - steaming with egg prove to be a wrong choice, the steam egg is salty, not sure if too much salt are added in to preserve the chicken. Definitely a no order choice
Price: $16 average per pax
Address: 183/185/187/189/191 Jalan Besar Singapore 208882
Opening Hours: Mon-Sun 6pm to 4am