It was everything it's made out to be, and more.
This was my first time at Swee Choon, and to be honest I'm not sure if this place lives up to its hype. Almost everyone I know seems to be raving about Swee Choon; and while the food isn't bad, I wouldn't say that it was anything worth writing home about. With the exception of their custard buns, I found the food to be of decent quality.
Its main selling point lies in the fact that it's open till the wee hours of the morning to satisfy your late-night, bite-sized cravings at wallet friendly prices. Tung Lok still retains its spot as my favourite place for Cantonese dim sum in Singapore.