Joo Huat Pau: Hawker Stall With Cheap Dim Sum In Circuit Road Food Centre | Eatbook.sg
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This Hawker Stall At Circuit Road Sells Old-School Dim Sum, Including $0.60 Coconut Pau

21st July 2022

Joo Huat Pau for cheap dim sum at Circuit Road

joo huat pau storefront
Image credit: Kenny Chua via Google Maps

With food prices going up as we speak, stumbling upon a cheap dim sum place is akin to finding a gem. One of such is Joo Huat Pau, a humble hawker stall in Circuit Road Food Centre that has been dishing out old-school pau, siew mai and more at affordable prices for many years.

joo huat pau siew mai (1)
Image credit: Jackson Seng via Google Maps

Regulars go for their Siew Mai, priced at just $0.60 a pop—a rarity in this day and age. Each morsel has that rustic, uneven shape, which adds to its charm, and a flavourful pork filling. The skin is said to be on the thicker side, but for this price point, it’s hard to complain.

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The pau items are well-priced too, with the Tau Sar Pau and Coconut Pau at $0.60 each, and the Char Siew Pau at $0.80. If you’re still hungry, fill up with the Big Pau ($1.50) or Fan Choy ($1.60).

circuit road food centre
Image credit: Jeff Lee via Google Maps

Joo Huat Pau is located in Circuit Road Food Centre, a five-minute walk from MacPherson MRT Station. The sprawling food haven is home to a number of famous eats and under-the-radar stalls, including DP Creations, which specialises in freshly baked Australian-style pies, egg tarts, and butter cake.

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For more delicious food in the neighbourhood, read our One Prawn n Co review if you’re in the mood for zhnged-up prawn mee. Otherwise, check out Hong Style Fried Rice’s third outlet in MacPherson for $4 egg fried rice and more.

Address: 79 Circuit Road, #01-62, Circuit Road Food Centre, Singapore 370079
Opening hours: Wed-Mon 2pm to 10:45pm
Joo Huat Pau is not a a halal-certified eatery.

Featured image adapted from Kenny Chua via Google Maps and Jackson Seng via Google Maps

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