Tag Archives: Singapore Chinese Restaurants

[SG EATS] Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – Refreshed A La Carte Menu & The Return of Sri Lankan Crab Menu

Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant has refreshed it’s a la carte menu and launched the seasonal Sri Lankan Crab menu recently. Helmed by Executive Chinese Chef Brian Wong Shiuh Yean, diners can look forward a combination of imaginative and refined luxurious delicacies to wow the discerning palates of modern diners. Think classic Cantonese delicacies that are familiar and comforting, yet refined and exquisite with the use of the finest, fresh ingredients. Continue reading [SG EATS] Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant – Refreshed A La Carte Menu & The Return of Sri Lankan Crab Menu

[SG EATS] Five-course Wellness Menu for Autumn At Yan Restaurant at National Gallery Singapore 宴中餐馆

Yan welcomes autumn in nourishing Cantonese feast this season with five-course Wellness Menu. The menu is specially developed for autumn with guidance from Zhongjin TCM Clinic. Shiliao(食疗), also known as food therapy, is a centuries old Chinese principle that identifies food with beneficial properties and applies it as means of prevention, counteraction, restoration, enhancement, and rejuvenation. Continue reading [SG EATS] Five-course Wellness Menu for Autumn At Yan Restaurant at National Gallery Singapore 宴中餐馆

[SG EATS] Crystal Jade Palace and Crystal Jade Golden Palace Refreshed Menus by Group Executive Chef Martin Foo

Crystal Jade Palace at Takashimaya Shopping Centre and Crystal Jade Golden Palace at Paragon mall has recently refreshed their menu with new tantalizing dishes crafted by Group Executive Chef Martin Foo. We were there for a dinner tasting and here are some of the highlights from the two restaurants: Continue reading [SG EATS] Crystal Jade Palace and Crystal Jade Golden Palace Refreshed Menus by Group Executive Chef Martin Foo

[SG EATS] REVISIT Jia Wei Chinese (家味) Restaurant at Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Back to Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant located at the second floor of Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy recently. I still remember my first visit here was quite a delish experience. This time round I am back to check out the ala carte menu and new dim sum offerings. The restaurant also offer lunch set deals that worth checking too. Or enjoy 20% discount when you order from here. Continue reading [SG EATS] REVISIT Jia Wei Chinese (家味) Restaurant at Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

[SG EATS] Jiang Nan Chun (江南春) At Four Seasons Hotel – Sumptuous Feasts & Elegantly Crafted Menus For Lunar New Year

Herald in abundance, good health and more this bountiful Year of the Tiger. Jiang Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is celebrating the Lunar New Year with sumptuous feasts and elegantly crafted menus from 31 January to 15 February 2022. The menus crafted by Executive Chinese Chef Albert Au focuses on fresh, seasonal produce and expert culinary prowess. Continue reading [SG EATS] Jiang Nan Chun (江南春) At Four Seasons Hotel – Sumptuous Feasts & Elegantly Crafted Menus For Lunar New Year

[SG EATS] Resplendent Reunions Ushering the Year of Tiger at Man Fu Yuan | InterContinental Singapore

Usher in the year of Tiger with a luxurious selection of Lunar New Year delicacies and prosperity pri-fixe menus at Man Fu Yuan from 11 January to 15 February 2022. Indulge in festive yusheng masterpieces to a delectable showcase of Chinese delights catered for families and business gatherings. The pri-fixe menu price starts from S$118.00++ per guest (min 2 guests to dine) to S$328.00++ per guest depending on the menu selection. There is also Vegetarian Menu for this festive season as well. For full menu, click here . Continue reading [SG EATS] Resplendent Reunions Ushering the Year of Tiger at Man Fu Yuan | InterContinental Singapore

[SG EATS] Bountiful Reunions at Hai Tien Lo | Pan Pacific Singapore

Celebrate this Chinese New Year 2022 with Hai Tien Lo, classy Cantonese restaurant at Pan Pacific Singapore. From 17 January to 15 February 2022, tuck into an exquisite selection of curated set menus and auspicious takeaway Lunar New Year treats showcasing the finest Cantonese dining here. A total of eight thoughtfully curated set menus from S$128.00++ per pax including a Vegetarian Menu to cater for diners. Also, dim sum lovers can enjoy Hai Tien Lo’s tantalizing Lunar New Year Weekend Dim Sum Buffet S$99.00++ per adult. Continue reading [SG EATS] Bountiful Reunions at Hai Tien Lo | Pan Pacific Singapore

[SG EATS] The Art of Curation Menu Dining Experience by Golden Peony | Conrad Centennial Singapore

Golden Peony, a multi award-wining Chinese restaurant located on the third floor of Conrad Centennial Singapore has launched The Art of Curation recently. Riding on the previous success of the Discovery Menu, Executive Chinese Chef Ku Keung launched the next Discovery Menu series available for lunch and dinner. The menu includes the unconventional culinary creations from scrumptious dim sum dishes to signature dishes. Continue reading [SG EATS] The Art of Curation Menu Dining Experience by Golden Peony | Conrad Centennial Singapore

[SG EATS] Yanxi Dim Sum & Hotpot Offers All-Day Dim Sum Apart from Hotpot Now By Ex-Mott 32 & The Fullerton Hotels & Resorts Singapore Ex-Chefs

Yanxi Palace Steamboat is now called Yanxi Dim Sum & Hotpot. The restaurant has rebranded itself with updated dim sum and starters on top of their signature hotpot. The restaurant is not easily accessible via MRT station, and they called the area as Chinatown “Dempsey”. There is a bus stop outside the main road, and you need to walk up the hill to find the restaurant. So, do take note if you are taking public transport. Continue reading [SG EATS] Yanxi Dim Sum & Hotpot Offers All-Day Dim Sum Apart from Hotpot Now By Ex-Mott 32 & The Fullerton Hotels & Resorts Singapore Ex-Chefs

[SG EATS] Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant (家味) At Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy

Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant (家味) located at Level 2 of Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy is a contemporary Chinese restaurant with a modern take on their interior space. The restaurant offers variety of dishes that are best suit for families and big group diners. It was not aware of this restaurant until my recent staycation at the hotel that brings me to the attention. It is for sure an underrated restaurant in the east guys. Continue reading [SG EATS] Jia Wei Chinese Restaurant (家味) At Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy