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Saturday, March 15, 2014

Sponsored Review : Yum Cha at Changi Business Park

First of all thank you YumCha Restaurants for having me over a dim sum feast dinner!

I was with Fenny, Ms Rusty, HPilitys' writers and William two weeks ago at the newly opened YumCha outlet at Changi Business Park for a great dinner. 

As we all know, Yum Cha was one of the first to offer dim sum in Singapore where their first outlet was started out at Chinatown.  Now the home grown brand has four outlets and also the express delivery service. Each outlet has its concept, while for the one I was at, had a casual kitchen concept serving dim sum and roasted delights.

I started off with the fresh Prawn congee. ($8.80)  while Fenny had the Dry Beef Brisket Noodles ($7.80) 

Rusty's Prawn Wanton Noodles ($7.20)

Shared the dim sum as well!
Yum Cha Prawn Dumpling ($4.60 for 3pcs)
 Custard Bun ($4.50 for 3pcs)
Lotus Leaf Glutinous Rice ($4.20 for 2pcs)
Fish Roe Siew Mai ($3.80 for 3pcs)
Beancurd roll with Superior Sauce ($3.80)
Prawn Wanton Crisp ($4.00 for 3pcs)
Shrimp Beancurd Roll ($4.00 for 3pcs)
Prawn & Mango Fritters ($4.00 for 3pcs)

One of my favourite at the dinner, probably because of my love for prawn and mango.
Try it!!!!
Fried Carrot Cake ($3.80 for 3pcs)
Crispy Red Bean with Banana ($3.80 for 3pcs)

Red Bean x Banana, I  thought William was kidding me when he raved about it so badly.
It was good. Period.
We had  a special platter for the roasted delights.  It consisted of the crispy roasted duck ($12.80), crispy roasted chicken , honey roasted char siew and crispy roasted pork($11.80).

We were so full we didn't finish all the food!
Sorry chef.

But there's always room for desserts. heh.

Fenny had the Lemongrass jelly with mixed fruits ($4.00)
While I went for Pomelo Saho in Mango Juice ($4.00)

Such a pity we were so full we didn't take a group picture. 

Nonetheless, time for good news!

* only applicable for outlet at Changi Business Park.

With $11.80 (NETT PRICE WTF) , you get to pick a dim sum, noodle/congee & a drink (I recommend Honey Watercress) 

Till the next makan session!


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