So we headed over to The Fullerton Hotel for it’s dim-sum buffet. It costs about $40 for this 2 hour buffet window, so bargain hunters can forget about gorging themselves slowly. So, given it’s glitzy reputation you don’t expect siew-mai (steamed prawn and meat balls, I think?). You get siew-mai with steamed roe, stuff like that. The ambient lighting was actually pleasing, but rather rubbish for photography. I tried to take what I could, which meant prancing around with ISO 1600 and a rather low shutter.
For anti-shark’s fin folks, the braised seafood soup will suffice.
Another variation with beancurd on top. Who knew?
The favorite of many; however the workmanship was quite shoddy. The skin didn’t stay intact, which was really the whole point of it.
Some mini egg tarts which I didn’t sample. Too many light bulbs cast unwanted shadows.
These weren’t too bad; poached prawn wantons with chilli and vinegar.
A change of shooting scenery for this radish cake.
Very Singaporean I presume.
One of the last dishes I have had. Custard buns which consist of salted egg paste and probably sugar. Interesting texture, though I wouldn’t have more than one.
There you have it, some pictures of the more interesting food fare available. I would post some street pictures taken on the same day, should my schedule permit. Till then!