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Sze Chuan Court Revisited @ Swissotel Singapore

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Szechuan Court it was for Vesak Day dimsum brunch given how the popular ones were long fully booked. To think I was under the impression that I would have to make do with average food since the last visit was meh-dinary and it was not fully booked - this visit turned out to be a game changer.

Their appetizers comprised of braised peanuts, pickled Sichuan vegetables and the usual condiments.

Crabmeat Prawn Dumpling ($8.80)


Barbecued Pork Bun ($7.80)


Hongkong Style Glutinous Rice ($7.80)

Steamed Minced Pork Siew Mai with Tobiko ($7.80)

Pan-fried Radish Cake XO Chilli ($7.80)


Honey Glazed Barbequed Pork Pastry ($7.80)

Spring Onion Pastry, Pork Floss ($7.80)

Crispy Yam Fritters ($8.80)

These two were particularly outstanding. Spring onion pastry reminded me of the Taiwanese street snack with fragrant spring onion stuffing and prata like pastry.

I love my yam fritters with a vengeance and these were outstanding, crispy outside, squishy inside and it was so tasty, even the parents who hardly comment on my dimsum choices taught this was excellent.

Prices are quoted per 3 pieces, we had the kitchen change the portions to 4 wherever possible.

We had a delightful dimsum lunch and I guess it is time to reconsider Szechuan Court has a dimsum place!

Szechuan Court
Swissotel Singapore

A foodie born to eat, shop and travel. Forced to work.

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