Lo Mai Gai
This is a Singapore style lo mai gai. It has nice soft chicken meat with nice savoury flavours topped on glutinous rice. The rice is fairly soft and moist and kind of chewy. I quite like this lo mai gai.
This siu mai which is made of pork fillings in a wanton skin wrapper, Singapore style. Unlike the Hong Kong ones, this doesn’t come with prawns or other toppings and is physically larger in size. This siu mai has very nice savoury meaty flavours with soft and moist meat. Nice!
This big pau has nice soft and juicy minced pork fillings with a slice of boiled egg. Its filling has nice savoury tastes with a hint of ginger. Contains crunchy bits of water chestnut bits too. All these are wrapped in a firm pau crust. Not too hard, just firm. I quite like this.
The small pau is the much smaller petite sized sibling to the big pau. Same tasty, soft and juicy meat filling but no slice of egg. Same firm texture pau crust.
Char Siew Pau
Red Bean Pau
This petite sized red bean pau has nice sweet tasting red bean paste in a firm pau crust. I like the fact that it isn’t overly sweet.
Lotus Paste Pau
Similarly the lotus paste pau is sweet but not overly. Uses lotus paste filling instead of red bean paste in the same firm pau crust. Both are likeable.
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