Gao Peng Cuisine 高朋点心 @ White Sands Pasir Ris

Gao Peng Cuisine 高朋点心 @ White Sands Pasir Ris

  • Gao Peng Cuisine
  • Rating: 3.5
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  • On 03/05/2017
  • Last modified:03/05/2017

Review Summary:

Gao Peng Cuisine may appear to be an ordinary Chinese restaurant in the heartland area, however, most of the foods we tried were surprisingly good. If you are looking for some good quality dim sum or comfort food, Gao Peng Cuisine could be a good choice.

Gao Peng Cuisine 高朋点心 @ White Sands Pasir Ris

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Gao Peng Cuisine is the new addition by the popular Koo Kee Yong Tow Foo food chain, helmed by Executive Chef Paul Peh who possesses over 20 years of culinary experience at renowned Food and Beverage establishments locally and overseas. Located in the White Sands Shopping Mall, Gao Peng Cuisine provides a casual environment for those enjoy local home-style dishes, authentic hand-made Hong Kong-style dim sum and a variety of dessert creations.

Lo Mai Kai ($4.80)

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One of their signature dim sum. The dim sum dish featuring a savoury concoction of glutinous rice, tender chicken meat, mushroom and Chinese Sausage. Fully agreed the Lo Mai Kai is very good from all aspects.

Five Spices Meat Roll ($4.80)

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The filling was filled with well-seasoned meat and you can savour this crunchiness of the traditional taste Five Spices Meat.

Crispy Duck Roll ($4.80)

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Shredded duck meat wrapped with the spring roll skin and deep fried to have a crispy exterior. May be their signature dim sum but overall not impressed with the taste.

Steamed Pork dumpling (Xiao Long Pau) ($4.80)

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One of the thinnest dumpling skin we even experienced, so thin and delicate that you have to take extra cautious to lift up the dumpling in order not to break the skin. Plenty of juices and flavorful filling, one of the better one definitely.

Spicy Sichuan dumplings ($5.0)

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My two kids’ favorite, dumpling soaked in the spicy sichuan chili oil.

Congee with Fish Slices ($6.50)

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Big chuck of fish slices cooked with the silky smooth congee, sprinkled some pepper and few drops of soy sauce to make a healthiest dish.

Congee with Century Egg and Shredded Pork ($6.20)

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Gao Peng Cuisine has a good handle of the congee, for a bowl of traditional Cantonese-style congee, the perfectly seasoned and impeccably smooth texture, almost dissolved grains and the fine shredded pork with century egg is just out of the world.

Baby French bean with Dried Shrimps ($12.8)

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Crunchy baby French bean fried with dried shrimp and chili, another delicious dish that we adored here.

Wanton Noodles (Dry/Soup) ($8.80)

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Smooth and well-seasoned noodles with tasty wanton.

Our verdict on Gao Peng Cuisine

Gao Peng Cuisine may appear to be an ordinary Chinese restaurant in the heartland area, however, most of the foods we tried were surprisingly good. If you are looking for some good quality dim sum or comfort food, Gao Peng Cuisine could be a good choice.

Gao Peng Cuisine

A: #02-12/13/14 White Sands, 1 Pasir Ris Central Street 3, Singapore 518457

H: Daily: 11:00 – 22:00,

T: +65 63854901

W: Welcome to Gao Ji Food – Gao Peng Cuisine

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