Singapore has no shortage of great Chinese restaurants, and Hand in Hand is the place to go in the Bugis area when craving some delicious and authentic Chinese cuisine. With lavish red walls and traditional Chinese decorations, Hand in Hand has a warm and cosy vibe, the perfect location for a family meal or celebrating a special occasion. No matter if you’re are craving some meat, are a lover of seafood or are vegetarian, you’ll find plenty of choices on Hand in Hand’s extensive menu. Some of our favourite dishes include the crispy chicken, boiled whole fish in chilli sauce, deep-fried pork chop with salted pepper, griddled mala chicken and be sure not to leave without trying Hand in Hand’s signature xiao long bao and fried dumplings. Located on Jalan Besar, Hand in Hand can get busy – book ahead to be sure of snagging a table!
Great food at great prices. Prompt and friendly service. The xiao long baos were tasty and good size. The zha jiang mian is very good and portion is quite sizeable - would recommend that you share a bowl with one or two other people to leave space to taste the other great offerings.
Staff were very friendly and we were given complimentary fruits after dinner too! Their skin of the dumplings were done really well and tofu was good too, Heard the fried taro/yam is good but didn’t manage to try this time, will go back again!
I booked from the website. The seat was secured. The shop was crowded with so many customers. I ordered the iPad so it was easy to understand. It was a lot of fun to see the skill of the craftworker wrapping the Xiao long bao at the counter seat. The food was very delicious!
Very good 小笼包 & 锅贴! Boss told me they’re going to setup a factory to produce their dumplings and will be available at NTUC supermarket.
we love this restaurant for freshly prepared and tasty foods. The owner is an admirable hard worker. But this time,one thing disappointing happened. When we got seated after getting wet with cold heavy rain, we were asked for hot tea. (usually, they never do this), so we thout it was served as a part of hospitality. Then finally the bill included the pot of tea. She should had mentioned us it before serving. After all, foods were delicious as usual and they keep tidy and clean the restaurant. So we definelely go back there.
Service is not good. We ordered one bowl of white rice (not in the electronic menu), the female server said will bring us but it never came (and was not charged). Barley was sold out so we asked for warm water for the pregnant lady, it never came too. We were billed the peanuts which we told them to remove right from start - lucky I checked the bill. Don't expect any service there.
one of the better Xiao Long Bao that I had. the skin is just so thin and juicy. I would total recommend people to order their XLB. The pig ear with cucumber is good as well - pig ear is crunchy and the sauce is on the spot.
Decently priced Chinese food. Menu is pretty extensive and food tastes okay. However the Sichuan Dan Dan mian was underwhelming, the noodles were great but it wasn't spicy enough. They charge for water and peanuts so just take note!
Love their hot and sour shredded potato. The Xiao Long Bao was value for money as well. Overall it was worth going. However, was disappointed that the waiters did not inform us that the water was not refillable when asked for refill. Ended up paying for quite a number of cups.
taste was so good.and not pricy. we could choose a size of dish. Especially I love tomato and egg soup and eggplant.They were amazing! I and my husband wanna go there again.