I heard about Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong being dubbed the World's Cheapest Michelin Starred Restaurant and how good it is but have no chance to try it because I haven't been to Hong Kong. Chef Mak, owner, was previously at Four Seasons Hong Kong before setting up his own restaurant.
Since Tim Ho Wan is famous for their Four Heavenly Kings, I decided to give them a try.
It's actually something like Char Siew Pau and it's so damn good! They are said to sell like 3000 buns a day!
The buns are crispy and fragrant and the BBQ pork is awesome!
Steamed Egg Cake aka Ma Lai Gou
The BEST malaikou I have ever eaten! The taste the texture OMG AHHH
Soft and fluffy, a lil custard-y but not too heavy.
Malaikou at it's best!
Tasted up to standard but not surprised as I have tasted better ones.
Chee Cheong Fun!
First time trying Chee Cheong Fun with legit Chee Cheong(Pigs' liver) and it tasted alright.
I still prefer those with prawns though
I won't consider my meal at a dimsum restaurant complete without a rack of Prawn Dumplings!
Tasted up to standard too!
Dessert: Tonic Medlar and Osmanthus Cake
More like Jelly haha
Love it to the max!
Looks so luxurious with the gold flake lookalike bits in it.
I feel like a king dining back in Tang dynasty!
High quality dimsum at affordable prices. Since I have not been to the main branch in Hong Kong, I cannot make a comparison. However, it is definitely one of the best dimsum places in Singapore!
Price:SGD32 (RM80) for everything above
Affordable considering it is a Michelin Star Chef owned restaurant.