Tiong Bahru Pau at Toa Payoh: Yummy Snack

Sometimes the queues are justified and this one moves fast. I always get one char siew and one tau sar pau. Pretty mini sized so not too heavy. The filling is really nice and is what makes this place famous. They have outlets at hawker centres at Tiong Bahru and Bedok as well.

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Had to stand around and eat. Snapping a photo wasn’t too easy. I don’t think I made it look very appetising.

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The char siew was not as good as it used to be, but still much better than your usual run of the mill random stall at a coffee shop.

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But if you ask me and I’m not expert, I kinda prefer the Hong Kong style char siew pau served at Crystal Jade – much more expensive though.

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