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New Dim Sum Stall By Bei-Ing Wanton Mee Hawkers Serves Truffle Xiao Long Bao, Shrimp Paste You Tiao Chee Cheong Fun

Bei-Ing Dimsum Club is helmed by a veteran dim sum chef who has worked in Hong Kong.

New Dim Sum Stall By Bei-Ing Wanton Mee Hawkers Serves Truffle Xiao Long Bao, Shrimp Paste You Tiao Chee Cheong Fun

A year after opening the first offshoot of Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles, a well-loved wanton mee stall at Roxy Square 1, third-gen hawker Ray Yeo, 29, has recently launched a new concept: a modern fusion dim sum joint named Bei-Ing Dimsum Club. The week-old stall is located at The Bullion, the same hip Katong coffee shop where he opened Bei-Ing Wanton Mee with business partner and ex-poly mate Jean Ong, 29, last September. Ray’s parents are the owners of the popular Bei-Ing Wanton Noodles at Roxy Square 1, which has been in operation since 1984 (the stall was founded by and named after Ray’s great-aunt).

Though they share the same name, Bei-Ing Dimsum Club and Bei-Ing Wanton Mee – both owned by Ray and Jean – operate as separate businesses from the original Roxy outlet. The young hawkers have invested about $20K to open their latest joint, which offers fusion dim sum items like house-made aburi mentai siew mai and truffle xiao long bao, as well as traditional staples like Cantonese-style steamed rice roll and congee.


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