1 of 6 locations for a Chinese bakery chain.
Very convenient location near restaurants, grocery stores, fish market, frozen dim sum and the list goes on. This particular location seems to be jam packed with product. I always go for the char sui bao at 80 cents a piece. Good tasting with a chewy bun. Could use a bit more filling. Another winner is the sticky rice wrapped in leaves @ $2.35 each. Service is fast. No loitering here make your choice pay your money and leave.
The title says it all. My mom usually comes here (most likely because of the proximity to home) but it's certainly good enough to visit on a regular basis. She brought these buns home again recently with standard list of bbq pork, chicken, curry, coconut, pineapple and the odd egg tarts. Unchanged as far as I could tell with size and filling portions and prices are still solid.
This store is particularly less appealing compared to the other Pine Houses. Narrow space and it has the vibe of a chinese meat shop.
I probably don't expect to come here anytime soon, but I will shamefully enjoy them if mom brings them home.
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