Just a short walk away from Obsessive Chocolate Desire Ice Cream Cafe and Cheng San Hawker Centre, $1.30 Dim Sum should be on your list of supper places.
The dim sum stall is open for 24 hours a day, so you can visit them for a hearty breakfast or for supper with your friends.
It’s hard to miss the stall with its bright and dazzling sign and snaking queues.
As the name suggests, they sell every dish at S$1.30, which makes it incredibly affordable for consumers. Even the baskets of dim sum and congee bowls costs only S$1.30.
The cheap price is probably what drew such a large crowd in. We went right before the lunch crowd came in so thankfully, we didn’t have to wait very long to order.
The first thing I ordered was, of course, the Century Egg Pork Porridge (S$1.30). This warm bowl of comfort food was sprinkled with some spring onions, dried shallots, and century egg. This added some colour to the otherwise pale bowl of what’s commonly known as “sick people food”.
For only S$1.30, it’s quite a good portion for one person. The thick and creamy consistency of the porridge also went down