Victor’s Kitchen @ Sunshine Plaza

Inside the cafe
Inside the cafe

This must be one of the few remaining cafe in Singapore that still serves hand-made traditional dim sum. Tucked in Sunshine Plaza, Rachel and I had a quick bite there as a mid-day snack.

We didn’t order much, just a chee cheong fun; a ginger milk curd and siew mai. The bill came to about ten bucks if I didn’t remember wrongly; steep as per most other dim sum eateries since dim sum are labour intensive to make.

Ginger milk curd
Ginger milk curd
Siew Mai
Siew Mai
Chee Cheong Fun
Chee Cheong Fun

We like the ambient of the cafe which has a nostalgic feel to it, as if time stood still for a decade or  so. The staff are elderly uncles and aunties who are neither friendly nor rude, but just go about doing their job like a mechanical routine.

Food was okay, but not particularly to-die-for as rated by many online reviewers and other food publications. I don’t think I will specially go down to Sunshine Plaza just to eat the dim sum there, but it’s one of those places which I don’t mind eating at if we happen to be in the area. 🙂

If you are interested to give Victor’s Kitchen a try, here’s their address and other contact information:

91 Bencoolen Street
#01-21 Sunshine Plaza

Tel: 9838 2851

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