How many Kuai San Dian Xin are there in Singapore?

8 already, from Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, Bukit Batok East Ave 5, Bedok North Street 2, Woodlands Close, Tampines Ave 8, Kang Ching Road (Lakeside), Hougang Street 22 to the latest outlet at Bukit Merah View.

No harm having more? (Also read: 10 Affordable Dim Sum Supper Places In Singapore)

The new stall is housed in a kopitiam right next to Bukit Merah View Food Centre.

Here’s the reason for its popularity: all the dim sum items are priced at $1.30 (nice ring to it) which is considered very affordable in today’s context; and most outlets are opened for 24/7 for supper hunters.

That makes price sensitive customers and those mathematically-challenged people calculate final cost easily (ie order 10 items and make it $13). There are people who just ‘eat-and-whack’ to feel full.

In terms of Pao, there are 8 choices from Big Pao (1 pc), to Char Siew Pao, Bean Paste Pao, Lotus Paste Pao, Chicken Pao, Vegetable Pao, Custard Pao to Coffee Pao (2 pcs for the rest).

That is 65cent per Pao, cheaper than the average stall out there.

Other dim sum items range from Har Gow, Siew Mai, Spinach Dumpling, Steamed Rice Roll, Steamed Spare Ribs with Black Beans, Seaweed Meat Roll, Spring Roll, Seaweed Chicken to Beancurd Skin Roll.

While I won’t say all the items I had were extraordinary (for example the Custard Pao fillings were clumpy rather than smooth – no flow at all), they were decent items for its price.

The deep-fried items were a hit or miss, some were less than lukewarm, or tasted rather ‘floury’ on its fillings.

Overall better than say, the average food court items that can be more expensive and generic-tasting.

I would recommend going for the Big Pao at $1.30 each, filled with juicy meaty fillings and a slice of hard-boiled egg.

The other popular choice would be the Century Egg Pork Porridge. At least the bowl was warm and comforting, with not to gooey or diluted consistency. It was also very manageable in terms of salt level, a balance to the other greasier items on the menu.

Kuai San Dian Xin 块三点心
Bukit Merah View Block 116 #01-253, Singapore 151116
Opening Hours: 6:30am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Bukit Batok East Ave 5 Block 233, Singapore 650233
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

Bedok North Street 2 Block 123, Singapore 460123
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10 Block 555, Singapore 560555
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

Primz Bizhub, 21 Woodlands Close, Singapore 737854
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

Tampines Avenue 8 Block 878C, Singapore 520878
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

Kang Ching Road Block 346A, Singapore 611346
Operating Hour: 6am – 9pm (Mon – Sun)

Hougang Street 22 Block 246, Singapore 530246
Opening Hours: 24 hrs

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