Review: Tiong Bahru Pau & Snacks (Singapore)

Tiong Bahru Pau: Phoenix Egg Filling

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Tiong Bahru Pau & Snacks

is a popular store selling handmade pau, dim sum and snacks. They have been around in business since 1969.



Chicken Meat Big Pau

Chicken Meat Big Pau has large chunks of chicken meat filling inside, with a tasty seasoning sauce soaking up the inner edges of the bun. It is good.

Char Siew Pau

This is a petite size Char Siew Pau that is big on its taste. Most char siew fillings are just sweet. This char siew filling has a sweet and smoky taste. The smoky taste is a really good enhancement.

Dim Sum

Siu Mai

This is a pretty large size Siu Mai that contains nicely flavoured pork filling with water chestnut bits. It is mildly salty with a hint of sweetness.

Phoenix Egg

As far as I know of, Phoenix Egg is something unique to this store. It is half a boiled egg with minced meat replaced for the other missing half egg, coated with a flour batter and deep fried. Nice!


Lo Mai Gai

This Lo Mai Gai has soft glutinous rice topped with chicken meat. Rice is a bit bland but still tastes fairly alright.

Fan Choy

The Fan Choy has soya sauced flavoured rice with decently tender pork slices, a slice of lap cheong and a quarter slice of hardboiled egg. It is likeable.

Dim Sum

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