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Chinese Restaurants D dawntillmidnight April 19, 2012 1257
All day all night Dim Sum
Overall rating 
 
3.0
Food / Beverage 
 
3.5
Ambience 
 
3.0
Service 
 
3.0
Value 
 
3.0
Overall Score 
 
3.0
It's definitely located out of the way, but a good place for gatherings and affordable dim sum. If you're looking for a midnight snack to grab with those buddies of yours, Swee Choon is a good pick.

My first visit to Swee Choon was during a night cycling event during a sports camp organized by my school for freshmen. Swee Choon is famous for their custard buns (Liu Sha Baos), and I would definitely recommend anyone who goes there to give it a try. The yellow filling just oozes out, and the combination of that with the soft, white flour bun is inexplicably delicious!

Personally, I feel that all their other dim sum dishes are ordinary-looking and tasting, nothing to be overly enthusiastic about. Although their mee sua keu, which is Chinese vermicelli deep fried in cubes, is an interesting reinvention of the traditional Teo Chew cuisine of having it in soup. It's a good place to eat and well worth your money, although it's more suited for casual dining.

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