Posted by: hyacinthus | September 16, 2007

Qun Zhong Eating House – Dumplings

After my nephew’s 1-year-old birthday party lunch, we didn’t have much appetite for dinner. My brother suggested to bring pa and ma to Qun Zhong Eating House at Tanjong Pagar as he felt we could share some items and it’s something different from usual.

At 6.30pm, we have to queue for our table as it’s full house then.

The wait wasn’t too bad. After 10min, we had a table.

This is the menu.

If you don’t know how the items looked like, there’s a picture pasted on the wall next to each table.

We ordered the following to share.

Noodles with minced pork and soya bean paste

Mix it before you eat

Mixed Seafood Pork Dumpling (Boiled)

The dumplings are to be dipped with Vinegar and eaten with ginger shreds

 

Little Juicy Steamed Meat Buns

Mixed Seafood Pork Dumpling (Panfried)

Dessert – Red Bean Paste Pancake

This is delicious! Definitely worth the wait (much shorter wait than queueing for Donut Factory donuts!)

$40.20 for what we have eaten above which also include a plate of peanuts, 4 wet tissues and 4 chinese tea.

This place is popular with Japanese and office workers. So, reservation is a must if you are going there in big groups.

4.2 out of 5

Qun Zhong Eating House
21 Neil Road
Singapore 088814
Tel: 6221 3060

Closed every Wednesday
Business Hours:

11.30am – 3pm
5.30pm – 9.30pm

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Responses

  1. Wow you must have found it quite good then 🙂
    4.2 out of 5…

  2. yes. however, don’t expect many variety in its dumplings. the filling is the same for all dumplings.

    I like it for its simplicity and true goodness.

  3. Then what’s the difference?

  4. Take an egg for example, it can be eaten sunny-side up, hard-boiled, scrambled, runny or raw.

    Filling for dumplings may be the same. But some like it steamed while others prefer it pan-fried.

    that’s the DIFFERENCE.

  5. Ok. You don’t really have to emphasize on the word “difference”

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