Review: Chin Sin Huan (Singapore)

Chin Sin Huan: Dim Sum Assortment



Review :

Chin Sin Huan

serves various dim sum, pau and snacks, since 1960s. Their dim sum has nice flavourings. Good!

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Lo Mai Gai

This lo mai gai has soft glutinous rice that is moist and flavourful with a tint of sweet. The chicken meat is soft and meaty, nice seasoning flavours with a note of sweet. Very likeable.

Fan Choy

The fan choy has firm and flavourful rice that is slightly savoury and slightly sweet, and is moist with a sweet tasting sauce. The slices of char siew is soft, meaty and sweet. There is also a quarter slice of egg. This fan choy is likeable too.

Siu Mai

The siu mai has soft and flavourful pork meat with mildly sweet seasoning flavours. Tastes really nice. I like it!

Pork Pau

The pork pau has chunks of soft and flavourful pork filling with a quarter slice of egg. It has a firm pau crust with soft insides that is soaked with a nicely flavoured sauce used for its pork filling. Very nice!

Small Pork Pau

There is a petite size pork bun available as well. Similar to the regular pork bun, it has a firm pau crust with soft and flavourful, sweet tasting pork filling. There is no egg though. This bite size pau is nice too.

Chicken Pau

Just like its pork counterpart, the chicken pau uses soft and flavourful chicken meat as its filling instead of pork. It has a slightly sweet taste with a faint hint of ginger and pepper. A quarter piece of egg is including in its filling too. It is a tasty alternative to the pork pau.

Char Siew Pau

The small bite size char siew pau has a soft and moist crust wrapping a sweet and meaty char siew filling that has a tint of smokiness. It is good!

Vegetable Pau

The vegetable pau replaces the meat filling with a filling made of radish, carrot shreds and mushroom slices. The moist filling is crunchy and flavourful, somewhat like a popiah filling but in a pau crust. Nice.

Black Sesame Pau

This petite size pau has a black sesame filling that is slightly sweet and slightly smokey. Nice!

Red Bean Paste Pau

This bite size red bean paste pau has nice flavours of red bean and is mildly sweet. It is nice too.

Lotus Paste Pau

The lotus paste used in this petite size pau has nice lotus seed flavours with a slight note of sweet. It is nice as well.

Yuan Yang Pau

For the best of both worlds, go for their yuan yang pau which comes with a filling of both red bean paste, lotus paste and a custard core. it is tasty!


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Chee Cheong Fun

This chee cheong fun is firm and smooth with a seasoning of soya sauce and oil. A mixture of sweet sauce and chilli sauce is added, and topped with some sesame seeds. It tastes slightly savoury, slightly sweet and has a faint note of spicy. Quite likeable.

Chwee Kueh

This chwee kueh uses firm and springy rice cake that is topped with savoury and sweet tasting chye poh. Best of all, it isn’t too oily. I like this chwee kueh too.


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Chin Sin Huan

Great World City

Singapore 237994

Ngee Ann City

Singapore 238873


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