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Our Dinner At Tim Ho Wan, Orchard Road, Singapore

FIRST TIME AT TIM HO WAN....

I never been to any Tim Ho Wan in Malaysia and before I do, I heard that they were closed down.  Now the only chance I get to eat is in Singapore, thanks to my kids who took me there on a Friday evening.  Maybe in Malaysia, there are plenty of Dim Sum restaurants to choose from, that might be the reason why they did not fare good business?  Anyway, whatever the reason is, I had my good share of eating the varieties in one of the outlets here at the Orchard Road, Singapore.
Business was pretty good here... 
Don't look at the prices... just order what we want to eat... 
Not for any other reason but this...
If we look at the prices and convert, 
we would end up with one or two plates... 
LOL... 
Let's order!
Everything here looks so good!


Fried Taro Dumpling...
Fried Rice with shrimps...
Needs no introduction for this... 
Hongkong Style Fun Cheong...
Still warm to our hands... the pastries... 
The Dim Sum-s.... 
And some desserts... Steamed Pumpkin or something.... 
Oh dear... Here comes the Big EATER!!
1, 2, 3.... Let's Dig In!


Comments

  1. Good? Better than the best in Ipoh?

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  2. Drooling!! All look good to me.

    So true, if look at the price, calculate this, minus time. End up only few plates. Hahaha.

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  3. I went there quite often before it closed down. The food is very tasty. Your food here looks so delicious!

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  4. Keep your eyes on the food and not on the price! Lol!

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  5. Everything does look better here. Ha :D

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  6. Oh THW still surviving in Singapore. I only went one time and the next thing I know, sudah tutup :(

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  7. sadly, here no more Tim Ho Wan.....huhuhu

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  8. It's reputation has preceded it....great ambience but probably over-rated & over-priced, even in M'sia.

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