Impression has always been one of those guiding principles in life. For most of the time, impression may just play that decisive factor in the decisions you might made to maneuver your way. For instant, you would gauge a stranger based on the first impression you had of that newcomer before you could say “hey so and so, shall we be friends?”
So what about the impression of a boss when he have his Dim Sum fare? It’s not about having a table full of baskets each containing different food at a fanciful hotel setting. Although that could always be appreciated. Anyone could dress like a boss but not everyone could behave like one that’s for sure.
At Victor’s Kitchen however, you will be considered a boss if you could converse with the ladyboss helming the counter in her native language, Cantonese. Yeah, as thick-skin as I have always been, I’m actually referring to myself!
Victor’s signature Dim Sum. The highly revered Golden Egg Yolk Lava Bun ($4.00) or in my own dialect, Lau Sha Pau. The white bun was light and fluffy but that’s the main point. The yellow liquid that flowed out was nothing short of Oomph factor. Extremely savory with a strong hinge of Salted Egg Yolk amidst the buttery creamy custard. We love their little buns so much that we didn’t just order one basket. We couldn’t settle for two and we ended up getting a third! That’s nine lava buns in total! Just like a boss!
Liu Sha Pau is the Chinese equivalent of the molten Chocolate Lava Cake.
And I totally agree with you!
It was such a waste that I couldn’t stomach in dessert… I love mango desserts alot! I guess there’s always a next yah? Did I also mention that if you ever order their iced beverages, chances are you will see your drink served in a container packed in ice. That keeps your drink chilly but never diluted. What an ingenious method!
We spend $40.30 for a table full of food for four people. (They don’t charge GST or Service Charge.) I thought it was quite a fair deal considering we ordered a lot. There were a few that I didn’t managed to take a shot so I omitted them out. The food may fall short of glamorous compared to other popular Dim Sum restaurants.But for the quality that the Chef invest in is the reason why the kitchen is often found packed with people craving for their light hearted snacks which we call Dim Sum.
Instead of conversing in Chinese, how about placing your orders in Cantonese? Afterall, you’re dealing with a lady boss from Hong Kong. That’s how I ended up with the impression of a boss…
91 Bencoolen Street, Singapore 189652
Tel: +65 9838 2851
Opening Hours: 10.30am to 8pm daily
Closed on Mondays