The dimsum were all priced at 1.50SGD per servings and it tasted pretty good. The stall uses generous amount of real meat/fish and absent are the usual plasticky texture and bland flavour found in many of the lower end dimsum. What makes this stall even better was they steam each serving after you’d ordered them. Steamy fresh dimsum really spice up your life. The total bill come up to 12.50SGD for a table of 3.
We were discussing about the satisfaction of restaurant grade dimsum (kamboat, WahLok, Crystal Jade, Imperial Treasure etc) compared to this stall, and I would like to offer my humble opinion: Here goes my DimSum Satisfaction Theorem
DimSum Satisfaction = Ingredient + Ambience + Taste + Presentation + Value
Crystal Jade DimSum Score = 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 + 1 = 5
Clementi DimSum Score = 0.6 + 0.7 + 0.8 + 0.6 + 2 = 4.7
(Crystal Jade dimsum score is being used as an illustration and the score were all normalized to 1. Comparing the Clementi Hawker dimsum, there is a distinct difference in ingredient/presentation and a dip in taste factor. However, with each servings costing less than half of Crystal Jade’s, the superb value found in this hawker stall more than compensate the shortcomings in other of the score components.
We also ordered the claypot chicken rice at the same kopitiam. It is overly oily, lacking in wokhei, lacking in charred rice base. The substandard Chinese sausages used did not help as well. Demona had drenched them in chilli but it did not save the dish. The rice just did not lock in any flavour. A thorough disappointment. SKIP!
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