We chance upon this on Google maps and feeling adventurous, we decided to give it a go. We were recommended the Singapore Wanton Noodles and well being a Singaporean, what's better than to try out a dish from home?
It gets really crowded from 12.30 and we are surprised that there are locals streaming in. Chatters soon started to take over the restaurant from all directions and we’re glad that we came and ordered early.
The food came after a good 20 minutes. And it sure looks quite different.
“Wrong noodles aha”, that our first impressions.
Upon tasting, it tastes quite different as well. It is however very unique with a touch of a fusion vibe. There’s a strong flavor of vinegar. The taste of its spiciness and sourness is a lot stronger than what we had back at home.
It’s very much Asian inspired I figured. However, I’m a little disappointed at the serving because it’s serving size is even smaller than what we have back home.
A decent and busy Asian restaurant to chill and soak in some local white noise if you’re up for it. Possibly a good location candidate for people watching.
Name: South China Dim Sum Bar
Address: 289 Long St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa
Opening Hours: TUE-SAT 12–2:30pm, 6:30–9:30pm