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The Michelin guide for Belgium and Luxembourg has been announced with three new two-starred restaurants making the list: Boury, Vrijmoed and La Source.
The top of the Michelin ladder remained unchanged, with both the Hof van Cleve and Hertog Jan restaurants retaining their stars. #foodinlifeworld#michelinstar
Tim Ho Wan
“Michelin Star Dimsums and their worth”
#01 -29A, Płaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Tim Ho Wan is an internationally recognised brand that originated in Hong Kong and received a Michelin Star under Chef Mak Kwai Pui and fortunately, it’s available in multiple outlets in Singapore. I was unsure of what to expect at the Plaza Singapura outlet as I had been warned by a plethora of reviews about the long queues that preceded the meal. Surprisingly, I was seated fairly quick so take from that what you will.
Our order consisted of BBQ Pork Buns, Prawn Dumpling, Pork Dumplings in Hot & Spicy Sauce, Pork and Shrimp Siew Mai, Beancurd Skin with Pork and Shrimp and Spring Roll with Egg White. Some of my favourites include:
Baked Bun with BBQ Pork (4.50$)
It was an absolute delight breaking apart the sweet and crispy skin of the bun and enjoying the perfectly cooked warm char siew on the inside. It’s absolutely criminal to live in Singapore and not try these buns atleast once. The BBQ Pork Buns worth the price and one of the best dishes I’ve ever tried at any restaurant.
Pork Dumplings in Hot & Spicy Sauce (5.80$)
This wasn’t present in any of the “must-try” lists that I saw before visiting and I can see why. They’re not as original as the crispy pork buns and are overpriced but they don’t disappoint by being quiet delicious and spicy.
Prawn Dumpling (5.50$)
It’s almost compulsory to order the traditional Prawn Dumplings or Har Gao at a dimsum place. I believe the recipe is still kept very traditional but there is a boost in overall quality compared to an average dimsum place that you might frequent making them a joy to taste.
Overall, Tim Ho Wan in Singapore follows the recipes of the original Hong Kong restaurant closely in order to provide customers with a Michelin Star experience that doesn’t break the bank. The staff was polite and service was quick but the experience may differ based on the time and branch you visit. I strongly recommend trying Tim Ho Wan for their premium dimsums at a relatively affordable price.