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US$ 26 - US$ 55
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Chinese, Asian, Seafood
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Reviewed 22 March 2020 via mobile

Giving 2 stars just for the ambience. The place is quite nice but do not come for the dim sum. Easily the worst dim sum I’ve ever tried. It felt like everything was from frozen convenience pack and not freshly made at the restaurant. Even...dim sum sold at coffee shops or food courts taste much better. They really have to do something about it or just don’t sell dim sum at all. Service wasn’t great too. Disappointed and kinda spoilt my Sunday. Definitely will not come back again.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 15 March 2020

We went as a family for a somewhat late lunch this afternoon. So my brother had very unpleasant experience with friends coming last year, from poor quality food to very poor customer service chasing you to make payment before last order time is even up....It was half empty when we arrived at 130pm, the service somewhat isn't as bad as what we thought. Waitresses and waiters kept making their rounds asking us how are things, refilling our tea, offering to distribute the noodles into portions for us. Most of this sometimes you do not even get at a better place like Peach Gardens, Peach Blossoms or Sichuan Douhua. Then came the food, a few to list Xiaolongbao (Horrible) - skin collaspes immediately even while its hot. this is a sign of unfresh xiaolongbao Har Gow - I duno wtf is that, the skin wrapping the prawn look like a clumsy mess it was not even wrapping the prawn, its like a table cloth being messed up by your doggie Charsiew bao - pretty sure its from a factory, tasted like the frozen ones from Khong Guan factory which you can get off supermarket Pork Ribs - Only taste was extreme saltiness, and we dont recall seeing more than 6 pieces of it. The waiter even ask me why ask to clear it, oh you dont like yam? well its just yam, i didnt order a basket full of steamed yam Then they forgot about my orders for the following, - Prawn Roe Siewmai - Fried Carrot Cake - Ee Mein Medium and I was given small, luckily special order no bean sprouts was not ignored So the waiter doing the order was a little inattentive, despite me repeating twice i want a Medium Ee mein. And also the ticks i made for Siew mai and Carrot cake on the paper was ignored, no double checking of orders from me. As my brother looked thru then we realised these items were all missing or keyed wrongly so we decided to just order the carrot cake. It came as a surprise, the better one of all the items, so yes at least that saved the day, saved their impression to me. Will i come again? Yes maybe for the mains, but some waiting staffs there need to be more attentive. The dimsum really cant make it, I sincerely suggest they should either change the menu or do something about the dimsumMore

Date of visit: March 2020
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Reviewed 13 April 2019 via mobile

Tucked away on the second floor, this inconspicuous restaurant serves a variety of dishes from dim sum to fried lobster noodles. Comfortable seating in a spacious place which is ideal for small families as well as larger parties.

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed 12 January 2019 via mobile

Tucked away in a corner of Leisure Park mall is Kallang, this place is a great hidden treasure. When we got there for dinner we were surprised the place was so empty (on Wednesday night). We had the ala carte buffet at 38.80++ and it...was well worth it. The soups are fantastic and the food was delicious. Portions come in a good sample size so don’t overorder! Try a dish and decide if you like it before ordering again. Also don’t forget to consider that you’re ordering other dishes as well. The sweet and sour soup and the seafood soup were excellent. The order is one big bowl but they dish out into individual portions for your party. The veggies were all excellent. The whitebait was super crispy and delicious (though I struggled to find any fish in there, maybe because they were fried so well! 😂). The ribs are super soft and fall off the bone, the meat melts in your mouth. Don’t bother with the “western” style pork with fried onion rings.... too sweet and too oily for my taste. The dry chilli clams were shiok but a tad bit salty. Everything else was good: the fish with spring onion was OMG.... BIG and Chucky pieces of juicy well-cooked fish, not those pathetic slices you get at the usual tze char / fish soup stalls. Dessert - pomelo and mango sago.... brilliant way to end the day. The service from the restaurant Captain was EXCELLENT.... give her 5 stars alone! Will definitely come back.... I hear their dim sum at lunchtime is excellent too.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed 2 December 2018 via mobile

This is a great restaurant for family dinner on Sunday. Wonderful service and good food. We had the special prawn and tofu fried dish and it was yummy! Soups were good and vegetables fresh. The lobster noodles were very tasty. We are definitely going back!

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed 26 November 2018

this restaurant is a hidden gem serving very good chinese food. it can accommodate big groups of people so it makes company or friends gathering easy! been there twice and will be back again.

Date of visit: October 2018
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Reviewed 9 August 2018

When we review we give top priority to the food, and second for the ambience, service, etc. We have dined here several times for week day lunch and for meetings with friends. This place has very good service with attentive staff and spacious table arrangement....They also have a frequent diner program that is worth joining if one intends to come often. The food is average to good. Our favorite is the friend carrot cake with XO sauce, done very well. The standard dim sum like har gau (shrimp ball) and siew mi (pork dumpling) are above average. The steamed pork rib with black bean is good (come with yam) but the pork could be fresher. They also have more elaborate sea food and others but have not tried these. Recommendd for a simple dim sum lunch.More

Date of visit: July 2018
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

Large L-shaped dining room with nicely spaced tables, attentive service from the outset and an interesting menu were a promising start on a slow Sunday evening. Regrettably, the food wasn't up to the same standard and seemed to be marked throughout by a lack of...seasoning. The Chinese veggies and the rice were both fine, a couple of the starters were OK (our server made a deal for three of them which was good of her) but the white bait was very disappointing - way over fried. Maybe we chose the wrong fish from the tank (a new species to us) but it was rather tasteless and the bean curd in the sauce appeared out of place and added nothing to the flavour. Perhaps the 'B' team was in the kitchen ? As commented, all the rest was fine so it might be worth trying again, especially the lunch time dim sum, but we were disappointed this time despite the excellent Jasmine tea at the end.More

Date of visit: March 2018
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Reviewed 11 June 2017 via mobile

This, easy to find restaurant is very handy for the sports hub and national stadium. Being up one floor in the shopping Mall. Parking is 60c per hour right outside. The food and service is excellent. The crab and lobster dishes are overpriced (as is...usual in most places in Singapore) but all the food we tried * was well prepared and delicious. The wine list was good and the prices reasonable (for Singapore). * Lobster & noodles with ginger Supreme black pepper crab Crispy fragrant duck Wok seasonal veg Seafood beancurd Crabmeat and egg white rice Chinese teas, Japanese beer were consumed along with the French white wineMore

Date of visit: June 2017
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

The restaurant sells a good variety of well prepared dims sum like Xiao long pau, (prawn, char-siew, scallops, crab meet) chee chong fun, siwe mai, carrot cake, yong tow foo.

Date of visit: March 2017
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