The Dim Sum Place near Bugis has just been Halal-certified

Yay, more options.

By Guan Zhen Tan | July 4, 2017

Literally named The Dim Sum Place, this restaurant serves dim sum favourites made Muslim-friendly.

Located at North Bridge Road and right next to sister chain The Ramen Stall, they’ve been in operation since February this year.

And yes, they are now Halal-certified, as seen in their official Facebook post below:

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Customers can expect to see some iconic favourites such as har gao (shrimp dumpling) and chicken siew mai (meat dumpling), and more hearty choices like their beef brisket noodle and smoked Peking duck, along with some dishes served with an interesting twist — such as chee cheong fun (vermicelli rice roll) with rendang.

Photo by littlemiss.flower, via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Prefer rendang on its own? Wish granted.

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Craving dessert? You can try their liu sha bao (buns with salted egg custard filling) or also try their very own cheese tarts.

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

Planning to come down?

You might want to tone down your expectations. Menu items appear limited for the time being, as remarked by some reviewers, due to them experimenting with the menu.

Reviews about their service have been mixed as well.

Some customers felt that their service was heartfelt and prompt, and others felt that there was much to work on.

At least they seem pretty heartfelt about improving.

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

Photo via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

 

We’ll let your tastebuds be the judge.

Address:
791 North Bridge Road

Singapore 198281

Opening hours: 

Daily (including Public Holidays)  11am to 2.30pm (last order 2pm) ; 5.30pm to 11pm (last order 10.30pm)

Supper available on Fridays, Saturdays and Eve of Public Holidays from 10.30pm to 5am (last order at 4am)

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Top photo adapted via The Dim Sum Place’s Facebook page

About Guan Zhen Tan

Guan Zhen is a serial doodler with multiple pens with her wherever she goes. She loves listening to Visual Kei bands, Jamiroquai and random songs from the future-funk genre.

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