Happened to pass by and decided to give it a try. Ordered 9 dishes for two, a little too much, but this gave us the opportunity to try a variety of food. Although there is no service charge and GST is already included in the...More
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Good food, nice air-conditioned place. Self-service, so don't come expecting great service. It's underrated compared to famous dim sum places like Swee Choon. Come in the morning (10:30) to avoid the crowd. Try their salted egg bun and prawn dumpling.
as i am a solo eater,i only tried the boat house porridge and steamed flour rolls with char siew this place do not need to pay gst and service charge.ordering simple just need to indicate the table and tick your orders and pay at cashier.The...More
oh my god so delicious. We tried 7 different dishes and each was delightfully tasty. The service was excellent and pricing was very good.
Had very good experience here. Unfortunately today's trip I am disappointed. Prices of food has gone up close the upmarket dim sum restaurants. This place used to be known as good and inexpensive....now you have to take out the "in". Quality has gone down, the...More
A recommendation from a local brought us to a slightly low key shopping centre and a small but friendly restaurant called Victors Kitchen. Oh my! This is what I've been looking for for years. Proper Dim Sum. Everything we tried (and we tried almost everything!)...More
They are really good at dim sum! their best dish is the lava salted egg bun... I came here as I walk past this restaurant and recall their famous dish! Worth trying... Did find the price a little high but reasonable since they are one...More
We came across Victor's Kitchen quite unexpectedly. Tiny shop in an arcade on Bencoolen St. We ordered based on pix and were delighted with every offering. Victor addded the egg tarts to our menu and we were so glad he did, they are amazing.
Heard alot but have yet to drop by. Impromptu to settle brunch for 3 persons. Was crowded when we reached. Ordered some of the recommended - chai tao kuey, char siew polo bun and Har Kau. Yes, these 3 are my favourite after the visit...More