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The Dim Sum Place offers halal-certified dim sum with a twist

If you are bored of the same old siew mai and custard buns at every dim sum eatery, you might want to give this one a go. The Dim Sum Place, sister restaurant of The Ramen Stall, has reimagined the Cantonese classic by giving it a twist. The restaurant has also recently gotten its halal-certification. If dishes such as wasabi buns and beef rendang chee cheong fun stir your appetite, it’s time to gather your squad for a dim sum brunch!

The joint jazzed up regular chee cheong fun by adding rendang to it. Vermicelli Roll with Beef Rendang ($8.90++) was flavourful, with chunks of meat hidden within soft vermicelli rolls. The silkiness of the rolls complemented the strongly seasoned rendang well. This was my favourite among all the dishes we tried, and it also comes in lamb or chicken.

Ambience at The Dim Sum Place

The Dim Sum Place is spacious and comfortable. The air-conditioned restaurant has ample seating, with Chinese music playing softly in the background. The open kitchen allows you to watch the cooks at work, so you can crane your neck to check out your order being prepared.

While the menu is unique, it was a pity that certain items were not available. To me, an important aspect of dim sum is variety. If you are looking for halal-certified dim sum, this is the place to go to since it’s pretty tough to find dim sum made without pork elsewhere. But though the food was decent, there are many other dim sum places that can satisfy my tummy better.

Address: 791 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198759

Opening hours: Daily 11am to 2:30pm, 5:30pm to 11pm

Tel: 6655 8787

The Dim Sum Place is a halal-certified restaurant.

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