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This Is The Only Encik Tan Outlet In Singapore Which Sells Halal Dim Sum

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Faruq Senin  •  Jan 05, 2021

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The Singapore-Hong Kong travel bubble might not have taken off yet but if you're missing your dim sum fix, don't worry! You can have halal dim sum in Singapore too, and at affordable prices. Famous local halal Chinese eatery, Encik Tan has a hidden stall at Suntec City specialising in halal dim sum called Pao Pao. As dim sum is one of our favourite cuisines, this is definitely on our list! P.S. Special thanks to our contributors from So Much For Diet, Nurul and Fazwan for their amazing photos and information about Pao Pao!
Credit: Encik Tan Singapore on Facebook You might be familiar with Encik Tan for their fishball noodles, wanton mee, Hainanese Curry Rice or laksa but Pao Pao's halal dim sum is only available exclusively at their Suntec outlet. P.S. Did you know that you can find halal dim sum at the airport too? Check out our article here!
Credit: So Much For DietTheir dim sum is handmade fresh daily by the dim sum Chefs from as early as 6AM. The best part is that you can watch the Chefs make the paos too! It is definitely a feast for both the eyes andtummy 🤗P.S. Check out these other halal eateries serving halal dim sum and more!
Credit: So Much For Diet Although the dim sum menu isn't that extensive, you can expect a range of steamed paos and fried dim sum. The paos are stuffed with generous portions and one of the top favourite paos is their Curry Chicken Pao. If you're looking for something unique, the Cantonese Yam Dumpling is something you'd wanna try. It has a crumbly exterior and is filled with diced mushrooms, scallions, shrimp and chicken. Here's the price list for the savoury dim sum:
  • Chicken Siew Mai - $0.90
  • Lor Mai Kai (chicken glutinous rice) - $2
  • BBQ Chicken Pao - $0.90
  • Curry Chicken Pao - $2
  • Chicken Pao (including an egg inside) - $2
  • Carrot Cake - $1
  • Fried Popiah - $1.20
  • Prawn Roll (fried bean curd skin with prawn filling) - $1.50
  • Ngoh Hiang - $1.20
  • Crabmeat/Seafood Dumpling - $1.50
  • Chicken Dumpling - $1
  • Cantonese Yam Dumpling - $1.80
Credit: So Much For Diet If you're looking for a sweet snack instead, check out their sweet paos and dim sum! Here's what you can expect:
  • Kaya Paste Pao - $0.80
  • Lotus - $0.80
  • Red Bean - $0.80
  • Fried Peanut Sesame Ball - $1
  • Fried Red Bean Sesame Ball - $1
Pao Pao starts selling their dim sum at 8AM till it's sold out. Do note that they sell out very fast so, it's best to come here in the morning. If you're still not convinced, check out this video by So Much For Diet.  So, if you happen to be at Suntec City in the morning, be sure to head over to Pao Pao by Encik Tan for an affordable dim sum. SHARE this with a friend who's willing to wake up early with you 😆 Pao Pao by Encik Tan Halal status: Halal-certified Opening hours: Daily; 10AM-10PM (dim sums start selling from 8AM till it's sold out) Address: 3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-149 Suntec City, North Tower, Singapore 038983 Facebook | Instagram P.S. We got this story, thanks to our contributors, Nurul and Fazwan from So Much For Diet. If you know any new halal eatery in town or would like to share your review of a halal eatery with the community, do send us an email at [email protected] or give us a shout-out on Instagram.