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Tim Ho Wan (添好運) Opens 5th Restaurant in Singapore at Aperia in Lavender

Tim Ho Wan (添好運) Opens 5th Restaurant in Singapore at Aperia in Lavender
Ah... the vermicelli at Tim Ho Wan

Ah… the vermicelli roll at Tim Ho Wan

How many franchise restaurants would be too many in Singapore?

Michelin star Hong Kong dim sum chain, Tim Ho Wan (添好運) just opened a fifth restaurant in Singapore at Aperia in Lavender and there is no sign of diners fatigue from the steady stream of customers there as well as at the other four branches.

Tim Ho wan Aperia

Tim Ho wan Aperia

I suppose the key is to maintain the consistency and quality across all the branches. This way, the dining crowd can be spread out among the five outlets. Customers get to enjoy shorter queues, travel lesser distance to the outlet nearest to them and have a better overall dining experience.

Restaurant interior

Restaurant interior

In addition, make sure there is always new, innovative dishes, while maintaining the same high standards for the popular mainstays. The chefs at Tim Ho Wan regularly try out new menu items and rotate them among the restaurants. If they prove popular enough, these dishes will earn a place in the minimalist menu.

Me with the executive chef at Tim Ho Wan Aperia

Me with the executive chef at Tim Ho Wan Aperia

At Aperia, these were the three new items introduced for the restaurant’s launch:

Fried potato flour with apple and diced chicken - S$5.00

Fried potato flour with apple and diced chicken – S$5.00

Crispy Seafood Rice Hor Fun - S$6.80

Crispy Seafood Rice Hor Fun – S$6.80

You can either dip the fried hor fun into the sauce as you eat or drizzle the sauce over the top like this

You can either dip the fried hor fun into the sauce as you eat or drizzle the sauce over the top like this

Pan Fried Dumplings with Leek - S$4.50

Pan Fried Dumplings with Leek – S$4.50

The interior of the dumpling

The interior of the dumpling

I sampled other of their favourites as well:

Baked Bun with BBQ Pork - S$4.50

Baked Bun with BBQ Pork – S$4.50

Spinach Dumpling with Shrimp - S$3.80

Spinach Dumpling with Shrimp – S$3.80

Fresh spinach

Fresh spinach

Pork dumpling with shrimp - S$5.00

Pork dumpling with shrimp – S$5.00

Steamed rice with chicken sausage and mushroom - S$6.00

Steamed rice with chicken sausage and mushroom – S$6.00

Pan Fried Carrot Cake - S$.4.50

Pan Fried Carrot Cake – S$.4.50

Steamed Egg Cake - S$3.80

Steamed Egg Cake – S$3.80

Vermicelli roll with sweet and sesame sauce - S$4.20

Vermicelli roll with sweet and sesame sauce – S$4.20

Poached fresh seasonal vegetable - S$5.50

Poached fresh seasonal vegetable – S$5.50

Tonic Medlar and Osmanthus Cake - S$3.50

Tonic Medlar and Osmanthus Cake – S$3.50

I am happy that their best-selling items like the baked bun with BBQ pork tastes just as delicious as it is at other outlets. The new items were not bad, but nothing beats their top four best sellers. Consistency is always a winner for chain restaurants (consistently good of course).

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For folks living near the Lavender area, you know where to head to now if you have a dim sum craving! 🙂

Tim Ho Wan Aperia

Address: Lavender Aperia, 12 Kallang Ave #01-01/02/03, Singapore 339511
Tel: (65) 6684-2000
Opening Hours:
Mon to Fri: 11am to 10pm, Last order at 9.30pm
Sat, Sun and Public Holiday: 10am to 10pm

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