Remember to get a queue number upon entering the restaurant and they will hand you a menu card with an order sheet and a pencil. Do take not that they only accept cash and netts for payments.
There are chairs placed along the pavement right outside the restaurant for people to sit and wait while waiting for their queue number to be called.
They do charge for the wet tissue packets and the sides.
After googling some Swee Choon food reviews online, we decide to order the following dishes based on the online recommendations:
We ordered some chinese tea to go along with the Dim sum dishes. Since some of the dim sums can be quite oily, drinking tea helps to ‘cool’ down your body after chomping down the ‘heaty’ food.
We both knew that the Xiao Long Bao ( or steamed buns) here isn’t that stellar but the waitress highly recommended this dish so we decided to try it. It was delicious and though it’s not one of the best in Singapore but it’s up to standard. As long as it’s yummy, I am satisfied.
Remember to drink more tea after eating all that sinful stuff!