Media Tasting at Dim Sum Haus

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What do I like about dim sum? They are prepared in small bite-sized portions, perfect for sharing with your friends and family! Order a variety to share without a hole in the pocket as most of the dishes are priced S$5 and below. As each dish is handmade and steamed upon ordering, do allow some time for the dim sum chefs to prepare your hot dim sum. Apart from the classic Dim Sum Delights, you will also find new and Signature creations such as Steamed Charcoal Siew Mai and Baked Salted Egg Custard Bun.

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Here’s one of the must order dishes; Baked Salted Egg Custard Bun.

A delightful sensation when the thick and hot salted egg lava flowed out of the crispy custard bun. Oozing a hit of sweet and savoury, the bun was unanimously declared as one of their must order dim sum dishes!

Baked Salted Egg Custard Bun at S$4.80.

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Each mee sua kueh is deep-fried to fragrant with Chinese sausage and well-made with lovely contrasting textures; crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. I also enjoy their fried items as they don’t leave overly oily lips and throat after eating.

Crispy mee sua kueh at S$3.60/ 3 pieces.

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The filling is made of huge chunks of prawns generously stuffed and wrapped in thin spring roll wrapper. The deep-fried, crunchy, and golden brown exterior is just another plus point. With juice oozing out of each delicious slice, the end result is delicious and tantalizing.

Fried Fresh Shrimp Spring Roll at S$3.80.

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The spicy and appetising sauce coating these tender dumpling added an extra appetizing feel to your meal. What I also like is the black fungus that gave a slippery feel and extra crunch. It resulted in a well-balanced, sour spicy sauce that is bursting with umami.

Japanese Dumpling at S$4.60.

For the price that they were, I should have definitely gotten more. As I noticed on few empty tables with patrons waiting for their food, it seemed Dim Sum Haus is understaffed. Do visit on non-peak hours to avoid the long queue and long waiting time.

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Budget Per Pax

S$10-S$15

How to go Dim Sum Haus
Operating Hours

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday to Friday: 11:30AM–3PM, 5:30PM–11:30PM

Saturday to Sunday: 10:30AM–3PM, 5:30PM–11:30PM

Address and Contact

57 Jln Besar, Singapore 208809 (Opposite Sim Lim Tower)

Contact: +65 6909 0777

Reservation not allowed.

Travel and Parking

Limited Parallel Parking available.

Travel via public transport.

Exit A;
Walk 95m (about 5 minutes) to Little India Conservation Area.

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