Review: Shanghai Classic Sheng Jian Bao (Singapore)

Shanghai Classic Sheng Jian Bao: Guo Tie & Sheng Jian Bao

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Shanghai Classic Sheng Jian Bao

does handmade sheng jian bao, guo tie, dumplings and various noodles. Rather nice.

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Sheng Jian Bao

This sheng jian bao has a thin crust wrapping a nice savoury flavoured soft meat filling. The crust is more like a dumpling skin than a doughy bao crust. Its soft and chewy texture with crispy undersides makes it taste rather nice. The sheng jian bao is served in a plate topped with some chopped spring onions.

Guo Tie

This guo tie has a thick chewy skin with crispy undersides. It has a soft and flavourful meat filling containing bits of leek. It is a tad oily though but still quite likeable.


These dumplings are boiled instead of pan fried. It has a nice chewy skin with flavourful meat filling. Personally I like this more than their guo tie and sheng jian bao.

Zha Jiang Mian

This zha jiang mian comes with minced meat and shredded cucumber. The noodles is firm and springy, and the minced meat is soft and flavourful. Tastes nice when the minced meat bits are tossed with the noodles and crunchy cucumber shreds. I like it.


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