This is one of the famous dim sums you can find around Singapore. Although famous doesn't always means best, but still most tourist would know about this place.
I guess I don't really need to tell you much. I'd just let the pictures and the prices do the talking. I will try my best to name the food correctly, apologies if I get any wrong.
Here's a brief menu of what they have.
手撕饼 Onion Pancake @ $3.30 (This is pretty awesome too)
豆沙铜饼 Red Bean Paste Pancake @ $4.80
烧麦 Siew Mai @ $1.80 for 2
酸辣宋城萝卜条 Spicy & Sour Carrot @ $1.00
奶黄流沙包 Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Custard Bun @ $3.60 for 3 (I love this to the max)
My happiest food. Hahahhahaa.
虾饺 Har Kow @ $2.40 (which I don't think is worth it.)
葡式蛋挞 Portuguese Egg Tart @ $3.00 (These are good)
凤爪 Chicken Claw @ $2.50
豉汁排骨 Steamed Pork Ribs @ $2.80
上海小笼包 Shanghai Xiao Long Bao @ $4.00
瑞春招牌面丝糕 @ $2.00
萝卜糕 Carrot Cake @ $2.00 (This is pretty awesome)
四川红油拉手 Sichuan Chilli Oil Wanton @ $4.00
If you want to eat, you've gotta prepare to wait for seats. They do have proper waiting system and tons of chairs for you to wait outside their restaurant. Though not everything is fantastic, but if you need a quick fix of cravings for dimsum in the middle of the night, this is where you probably can go.
Credits: Thanks 'upthere' for allowing me to take photos before they commenced eating.
Other links to dimsum:
East Ocean Teo Chew Restaurant
Victor's Kitchen @ Sunshine Plaza