In the middle of Cambridge Street nestled between Alexander Street and Simper Street is Cambridge Forum – a hawker centre with curries, Malaysian, dumplings, dim sum and French food. There’s also a fab drinks stall that can whip up a chendol in no time.
This is a fairly short blog post because we chose some food from Wembley Dim Sum for a starter, so I only have two dishes to review, but if you look at the other blog page, you’ll see the review for Hawker’s Delight, a Malaysian food stall.
So, you go and order your dim sum and they give you a little flag for the table, then when it’s ready, somebody delivers it to your table.
We chose siu mai, a pork and prawn dumpling and they were the biggest siu mai we had ever seen, very tasty too. We also chose crab claws, probably not really traditional dim sum, but definitely a favourite and very enjoyable.
Both came with nice dipping sauces – chilli oil and sweet chilli. Yum.
Now here’s a pic of the marvellous chendol from the drinks bar. With green rice flour jelly and red beans, it was really good.
Visit Date – February 2018