Victor’s Kitchen

I had always wanted to try the dim sum at Victor’s Kitchen for the longest time. Heard that it is almost equivalent to what you will find in Hong Kong and the queue is always very long. We went there on a weekday and just before lunch so didn’t need to wait at all! And it is actually really quite yummy and you can find some dim sum which are not sold elsewhere!



Photos of the yummy food:


Glutinous rice – Highly Recommended! The rice is totally infused with the lotus leaves’ fragrance.

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Prawn in Fried Beancurd Skin – Crispy and fresh with a nice appetising dip

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Special Order – Veg and Century Egg Porridge (‘cos mum is a vegetarian) – Taste normal.

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 Phoenix claws – One of my Favourite!

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Chee Cheong Fun with prawns. Usual Suspect. Taste ok…

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Cha Siew Pau with wine sauce. Ok… Not mind blowing.

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Drinks – Stocking Milk Tea and Hot Ice Lemon Tea

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Vegetables & Dry Scallops Dumpling – Nice change to usual chives dumplings.

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A must order! Custard bun with salted egg yolk! – Super Yummy! A good mix of sweet and salty. Though I do prefer a runnier type of custard, but this is still good!

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Almond and milk pudding. Nice texture & taste!

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Prices are reasonable as well. We spend a total of $38+ for 11 items; so an average of $3.50 per dish; which is fairly decent for the quality of food. Overall, this shop is worth many more visits!

Address as follow:

Victor’s Kitchen

91 Bencoolen Street

#01-21 Sunshine Plaza

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