Victor’s Kitchen is a family run dim sum restaurant in Sunshine Plaza along Bencoolen Street, Singapore that serves authentic Hong Kong Dim Sum. They are able to claim this because the owner and chef himself is a Hongkie. But because of that too the the expectation bar of the dim sum here is higher.
Victor’s Kitchen is popular among the locals as a no-frills place to enjoy good dim sum at an affordable price. So unlike the typical Chinese or tea restaurant, it looks more like a small eatery and the seats are very limited. You could even find tables and chairs outside the eatery along the walkway. Luckily customers do not need to grab the dim sum from push carts, just fill up the order chit and wait for them to be delivered.
The Har Gao (King Prawn Dumplings) @ $4 has fresh, succulent prawns – it’s that simple to ensure that they are delicious.
It wouldn’t be a complete dim sum meal without sampling Siew Mai. At Victor’s Kitchen they are called Tasty Queen size Siew Mai (because of its normal size?) and comes in four @ $3. Very porky and very little prawn was used so I found them lacking taste of seafood freshness and sweetness taste.
Victor's Kitchen is a family run dim sum restaurant in Sunshine Plaza along Bencoolen Street, Singapore that serves auth...