Best singapore dim sum: Restaurants with Dim Sum Pushcarts


Best Dim Sum Restaurants Singapore 2021 For All Budgets and Occasions

Dim sum is not very suitable for takeaway. Which is why dim sum restaurants are high on our list of places to eat when dining-in resumes on 10 August 2021. Here is a list of some of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore 2021 – top dim sum restaurants in Singapore that The Ordinary Patrons had visited, suitable for all budgets and occasions.

Best Dim Sum Restaurants Singapore 2021 : Posh Places

Mott 32 Singapore (卅二公馆) at MBS

Originating from Hong Kong, the award winning Mott 32 (卅二公馆) restaurant opened in Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands (MBS) in 2020. Mott 32 Singapore is a stylish restaurant at the basement 1 level of MBS. The luxurious interior and some unique dim sum items make it one of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore. The expensive but very good char siew is another reason to visit. Read more.

Mott 32 Singapore

B1-42-44, Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands
2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
Nearest carpark: North (Green zone)

Tel: +65 6688 9922


Summer Pavilion @ Ritz Carlton Singapore

One Michelin Star Chinese restaurant, Summer Pavilion needs no introduction. Their dim sum may be a bit more expensive than the average Singapore dim sum restaurant, but the the impeccable service and ambience makes it worth it. Read more.

Summer Pavilion
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039799

Tel: +65 6434 5286


Min Jiang Dempsey

The next two entries on our list of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore are both Min Jiang restaurants. Min Jiang Dempsey is located in the Dempsey Hill dining enclave. In a location dominated by Western restaurants and hip cafes, the opening of a full service Chinese restaurant at Dempsey in 2019 was a welcome addition. With a decor more like a Balinese resort than a typical Chinese restaurant, Min Jiang Dempsey is probably the best dim sum restaurant outside the main CBD area. Read more.

Min Jiang Dempsey
7A & 7B Dempsey Road
Singapore 249684


Min Jiang Goodwood Hotel

Min Jiang Chinese Restaurant at Goodwood Park Hotel underwent a major refurbishment and re-opened at the end of 2020.

  The restaurant is well-known and has been at the hotel for a long time. The refreshed decor is bright and contemporary. With many private rooms available, this could be a good venue for a private Chinese meal for five vaccinated people. Read more.

Min Jiang Restaurant
22 Scotts Road
Goodwood Park Hotel
Singapore 228221

Tel : +65 6730 1704


Crystal Jade Golden Palace

We think that Crystal Jade Golden Palace at Paragon Orchard is the best Crystal Palace restaurant for dim sum in Singapore. A very elegant yum char

place in the heart of Orchard Road. Their Bo Lo Bao (pineapple buns), Baked Egg Tarts and Char Siew Sou (barbecued pork puffs) are great. see Lunch @ Crystal Jade Paragon

Crystal Jade Golden Palace
290 Orchard Road 
#05-22 The Paragon 
Singapore 238859

Tel: +65 6734 6866


Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant in Carlton Hotel

Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant in Carlton Hotel is one of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore. Bo Lo Bao (pineapple buns), Baked Mini Egg Tarts and Custard & Egg Yolk Bun are some of our favourite items. See our post on Wah Lok here.

Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant
Level 2 Carlton Hotel Singapore
76 Bras Basah Road Singapore 189558

Tel: +65 6338 8333


Man Fu Yuan at Intercontinental Singapore

Man Fu Yuan is the Chinese restaurant at the Intercontinental Singapore. Its interior may not be as posh as some of the other restaurants in this list of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore, but the contemporary Chinese decor exudes an air of calmness. Read more.

Man Fu Yuan Restaurant
80 Middle Road
Level 2 InterContinental Singapore
Singapore 188966

Tel: +65 6825 1008


Shang Palace in Shangri-La Hotel

In keeping with the grandeur of the Shangri-La Hotel, the Shang Palace restaurant is a luxurious Chinese restaurant serving delectable dim sum and wonderful desserts. It is a treat to have interesting and delicious dim sum in a luxurious setting. Read more.

Shang Palace
22 Orange Grove Road
Lobby Level, Tower Wing
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Singapore 258350

Tel: +65 6213 4398


Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel

Jiang Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, is renowned for its traditional Cantonese cuisine. It also serves exquisitely prepared dim sum in a serious setting. It will be a good choice for a business dim sum lunch. Read more.

Jiang Nan Chun 江南春
2nd Floor, Four Seasons Hotel
190 Orchard Boulevard
Singapore 248646

Tel : +65 6831 7220


Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant at Sheraton Towers

The restaurant is named after the famous Tang Dynasty Poet, Li Bai.  With tables luxuriously dressed up with fine crisp linen, Li Bai is a timeless classic dim sum restaurant in the Newton area.

Read more.

Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant
Sheraton Towers Hotel, 39 Scotts Road
Singapore 228230

Tel: +65 6839 5623


Yan Ting at The St. Regis Hotel

Yan Ting in the Chinese restaurant at St Regis Hotel.  The understated decor, table setting, crockery, food presentation and service are of a high level befitting the name of the restaurant. It is one of the top dim sum restaurants in Singapore for a special occasion. Read more.

Yan Ting
The St. Regis Singapore
Level 1U, 29 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247911

Tel: +65 6506 6887


Best Dim Sum Restaurants Singapore 2021 : Casual Places

Here are some of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore where one can enjoy har kow and siew mai in a very casual setting.

The Dim Sum Place at North Bridge Road

The Dim Sum Place at North Bridge Road is where you can have your fill of dim sum late at night. On Friday and Saturday, it stays open till 2 am in the morning. It has a rather extensive menu and one of its unique features is that the dim sum does not have pork – it is a halal-certified dim sum restaurant in Singapore. Read more.

The Dim Sum Place
791 North Bridge Road
Singapore 198759

Tel: +65 6655 8787


Swee Choon Tim Sum

For a uniquely Singapore dim sum experience, a visit to Swee Choon Tim Sum is probably one of the best options. Located in a row of shophouses in Jalan Besar, Swee Choon Tim Sum has been serving dim sum in Singapore even before the nation gained its independence. It is especially popular with the odd hour dining crowd as it operates long hours. Read more.

Reservation – Swee Choon Jalan Besar

Swee Choon Jalan Besar
183/185/187/189/191/193, Jalan Besar
Singapore 208882

Tel: +65 6225 7788

It has opened a new branch in Century Square, Tampines.

Swee Choon Tim Sum Restaurant – Century Square

Swee Choon Century Square
2 Tampines Central 5
#01-01 Century Square
Singapore 529509


Social Place Singapore

Social Place Singapore offers Hong Kong style Cantonese dishes and dim sum with a modern luxe twist. Signature dishes include Wagyu Char Siu, Truffled Shiitake Buns and Seafood Crackling Rice Soup. Read more.

Social Place Singapore 
583 Orchard Road, Forum the Shopping Mall #01-22
Singapore 238884

Tel: +65 8870 2288


Victor’s Kitchen

The final entry in our list of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore is an old school eatery serving Hong Kong-style dim sum that is freshly made. Victor’s Kitchen is a no-frills restaurant in Sunshine Plaza. Despite the basic decor, it stills draws the crowds. If you don’t mind a Hong Kong “cha chan teang experience”, Victor’s Kitchen is one of the best places in Singapore for good old fashioned Hong Kong style dim sum. Read more.

Victor’s Kitchen SunShine Plaza
91 Bencoolen Street
Sunshine Plaza, #01-49

Singapore 189652

Tel: +65 98382851


We hope you find our list of the best dim sum restaurants in Singapore useful for deciding what to eat when dining-in resumes on 10 August 2021. As restaurant opening hours are unpredictable and seating capacity is reduced during this period, it is best to make a reservation in advance.

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Where to get the best Dim Sum in Singapore

Who can resist a seemingly endless supply of delicious dim sum dishes? These dim sum restaurants in Singapore are masters of your favourite snack-sized cantonese dishes! Halal dim sum and Chinese fare in Bugis
791 North Bridge Road
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Book Now Cantonese dim sum and delights at Mandarin Oriental Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue
Marina Square
The Mandarin Oriental
Singapore (039797) Map
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Traditional Cantonese flavour in Marina Square
6 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square
Singapore (039594) Map
Dim Sum Menu
Book Now A majestic take on seafood classics at Gardens by the Bay
18 Marina Gardens Drive
Below Flower Dome, Gardens By The Bay
Singapore (018953) Map
Book Now Fine Chinese cuisine at the InterContinental Singapore
80 Middle Road
Level 2
InterContinental Singapore
Singapore (188966) Map
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Superb seafood classics along Prinsep Street
68 Prinsep Street
Singapore (188661) Map
Book Now Traditional Chinese dishes at Keppel Club
10 Bukit Chermin Road
Singapore (109918) Map
Dim Sum Menu
Book Now Regal Chinese cuisine fit for an Emperor at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
22 Orange Grove Road
Lobby Level, Tower Wing
Shangri-La Hotel
Singapore (258350) Map
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Modern Chinese cuisine in Clarke Quay
3A River Valley Road
Level 2
Singapore (179020) Map
Book Now Sizzling Sichuan delicacies in Mandarin Orchard
333 Orchard Road
Level 35
Mandarin Orchard Hotel Singapore
Singapore (238867) Map
Dim Sum Menu
Book Now Exquisite Cantonese cuisine in Regent Singapore
1 Cuscaden Road
Level 3
Regent Singapore
Singapore (249715) Map
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Sleek Szechuan & Cantonese dining at Fairmont Singapore
80 Bras Basah Road
Level 3
Fairmont Singapore
Singapore (189560) Map
Book Now An intimate and sophisticated Cantonese dining experience at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Level 3
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore (039799) Map
Book Now Late night dim sum to satisfy both belly and soul along Jalan Besar
183-191 Jalan Besar
Singapore (208882) Map
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Authentic Chinese teahouse favourites in Square 2
10 Sinaran Drive
Square 2
Singapore (307506) Map
Book Now Authentic Cantonese fare in Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
317 Outram Road
Level 4
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
Singapore (169075) Map
A La Carte & Set Menu
Book Now Visual feast of Cantonese cuisine at the National Gallery Singapore
1 St. Andrew’s Road
National Gallery Singapore
Singapore (178957) Map
Dim Sum Menu
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Traditional Dim Sum specialists in Chinatown
20 Trengganu Street
Singapore (058479) Map
Book Now A stalwart of Chinese Singaporean cooking at Chinatown
52-56 Upper Cross Street
Singapore (058348) Map
Book Now Cantonese fine-dining restaurant in Resorts’ World Sentosa
8 Sentosa Gateway
#01-521 & 522
Equarius Hotel Lobby
Singapore (098269) Map
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Ode to Singapore’s tze char food culture in Bugis
5 Fraser Street
Level 25
Andaz Singapore
Singapore (189354) Map
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331 North Bridge Road
#01-02 & #01-05/08
Odeon Towers
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Book Now Chinese favourites with a Western twist at Dempsey Hill
10 Dempsey Road
Singapore (247700) Map
All Day Menu
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Comforting Cantonese cuisine at Takashimaya
391 Orchard Road
Takashimaya Shopping Centre
Singapore (238872) Map
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Innovative Chinese delicacies at Farrer Park
1 Farrer Park Station Road
One Farrer Hotel Connexion
Singapore (217562) Map
Set Menu, Dim Sum Menu
Book Now Award-winning Cantonese restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
190 Orchard Boulevard
Level 2
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Singapore (248646) Map
Dinner Menu, Lunch Menu
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Exquisite traditional Cantonese cuisine at Sheraton Towers
39 Scotts Road
Sheraton Towers
Singapore (228230) Map
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60 Robertson Quay
The Quayside
Singapore (238252) Map
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Magnificent modern Cantonese fare in glitzy Marina Bay
5 Straits View
Marina One The Heart
Singapore (018935) Map
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Unique Nanjing flavours at Plaza Singapura
68 Orchard Road
Plaza Singapura
Singapore (238839) Map
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133 New Bridge Road
Chinatown Point
Singapore (059413) Map
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Traditional Peng Cheng eats in Chinatown
45 Temple Street
Singapore (058590) Map
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131 Bencoolen Street
Hotel G Singapore  
Singapore (189639) Map
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78 Airport Boulevard
#01-219 to 222
Jewel Changi Airport
Singapore (819666) Map
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Mouth-watering Chinese hotpot at Broadway Plaza
4190 Ang Mo Kio Ave 6
Singapore (569841) Map
Book Now Masterful Chinese cuisine at Amara Hotel
165 Tanjong Pagar Road
Level 2
Amara Hotel
Singapore (088539) Map
Book Now Classic Chinese Delicacies at the Singapore Flyer
30 Raffles Avenue
Singapore Flyer
Singapore (039803) Map
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Hong Kong street food and cuisine at City Square Mall
180 Kitchener Road
City Square Mall
Singapore (208539) Map
Book Now Contemporary Chinese restaurant in Raffles Hotel Singapore
328 North Bridge Road
Raffles Hotel Singapore
Singapore (188719) Map
A La Carte Menu
Book Now Elegant Chinese cuisine fit for a king at Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore
403 Havelock Road
Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore
Singapore (169632) Map
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Singapore-style seafood at its best
181 Orchard Road
Orchard Central
Singapore (238896) Map
Book Now Elegant Cantonese served at the Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
320 Orchard Road
Level 3
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
Singapore (238865) Map
Dim Sum Menu
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Exquisite Cantonese Cuisine at The St. Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road
Level 1U
The St. Regis Singapore
Singapore (247911) Map
A La Carte
Book Now Jiang Nan cuisine at Marina Square
6 Raffles Boulevard
Marina Square
Singapore (039594) Map
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10 Best Dim Sum Buffets In Singapore For Unlimited Paus And Siu Mais

(Credit: Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant / Facebook)

Everyone loves the vibes of a good dim sum meal — think sharing baskets of dumplings and steamed buns over endless cups of hot Chinese tea, together with your family and friends. Even better if the dim sum flow is seemingly endless (Xiao long bao for days? Count us in!) For this, we’ve rounded up a list of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore, where you can enjoy unlimited servings of your favourite dishes. From juicy roast meats to fluffy char siu paus, head to these places for a dim sum buffet feast that will surely satisfy your yum cha cravings! 

Best dim sum buffets in Singapore for

yum cha

1. Tien Court Restaurant

(Credit: Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore on Havelock / Facebook)

Tien Court at Copthorne King’s Hotel is a hidden gem when it comes to restaurants that specialise in Cantonese dishes! With plenty of experience at the helm of restaurants like Man Fu Yuan and Xin Cuisine, Master Chef Kwan leads his team in delivering unique contemporary dishes that put a spin on classic Cantonese cuisine. This can be seen in Tien Court’s All-You-Can-Eat A La Carte Buffet (from $40.80++) as it’s one of the best dim sumbuffets in Singapore to offer a good mix of new and old! From soft-shell chili crab to bean curd rolls, you’re in for a treat when you head down for this buffet.

Can’t get enough of Tien Court’s tantalising dishes? Check out their Executive Dim Sum Set Lunch for 2 (available on Copthorne King’s Hotel) and use ShopeePay for the best deal! From dim sum combination platters to stewed seafood beehoon, this five-course meal is guaranteed to fill.

*Do note that the voucher is only viewable on mobile

Address: 403 Havelock Road, S(169632)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Wed – Mon: 12pm – 2.30pm, 6pm – 10pm

2. Si Chuan Dou Hua

(Credit: Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant / Facebook)

There’s a reason why many foodies say Si Chuan Dou Hua’s Nostalgic Dim Sum Feast (from $46++) is one of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore! If you haven’t been won over by their inclusion of award-winning dishes, then the complete 40-item menu will. Variety’s the name of the game here as you can enjoy everything from Chonqqing diced chicken to handcrafted dim sum like siew mai with diced abalone. Overall, it’s safe to say they aren’t pulling their punches when delivering a tasty dose of dim sum nostalgia!

Address: Parkroyal on Kitchener Road, 181 Kitchener Road, Level 3, S(208533)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours:
Mon – Thur: 11.30am – 2pm
Fri – Sun: 11. 30am – 1pm, 1.30pm – 3pm

3. Tung Lok Seafood

(Credit: TungLok Seafood The Arena Country Club / Facebook)

While we might love our share of char siu pau and feng jiao, there’s something special about digging into the best dim sum buffets in Singapore that use the freshest seafood! If you’re craving the freshest seafood-based dim sum, make sure you give Tung Lok Seafood’s A La Carte Dim Sum Lunch Buffet (from $29.80++) a try. Move over chee cheong fun and har gao, Tung Lok adds on to your buffet experience with its premium seafood offerings that include royal shrimp dumplings and salmon sashimi!

Address: The Arena Country Club, 511 Upper Jurong Road, S(638366)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 11:30am – 3pm, Sat – Sun: 10am – 3pm

4. Cherry Garden

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When it comes to the best dim sum buffets in Singapore with solid ambience, Cherry Garden wows us, even with repeated visits! Thanks to its classic Chinese pavilion-like design and stellar service, we guarantee dining here during their Weekend Dim Sum Buffet (from $68++) will be a unique experience. Food-wise, Cherry Garden certainly doesn’t disappoint with its kurobuta char siew pau and steamed prawn dumpling with black garlic that add some flavour to your run-of-the-mill dim sum dishes!

Address: Marina Square, 5 Raffles Avenue, S(039797)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Sat – Sun: 11am – 1pm, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

5. Yum Cha Restaurant

(Credit: Yum Cha Restaurant 飲茶酒樓 / Facebook)

With more than 50 menu items, Yum Cha’s Weekday High Tea Buffet (from $26.80++) offers massive variety for dim sum lovers! At this charming outlet, you’ll find dim sum carts filled with steamed and fried dim sum being pushed around. If we had to be selective with this best dim sum buffet in Singapore, we recommend going for their crispy prawn and mango fritters and mini egg tarts that are to die for! The 300-seater restaurant in Chinatown has plenty of tables as well. This means lesser time queuing and more time chowing down at this popular dim sum buffet.

Address: 20 Trengganu Street, #02-01, S(058479)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Mon – Fri, 3pm – 6pm

6. Swatow Seafood Restaurant

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Dining at Swatow Seafood Restaurant feels like you’ve been transported back to a timeless Hong Kong restaurant for one of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore. This restaurant tucked away in Toa Payoh is known for its traditional Teochew cuisine and scrumptious dim sum menu. As for their High Tea Dim Sum Buffet (from $25.80++), it’s terrific value for money and features classics like liu sha pau and chives dumplings. They’re even served from a traditional pushcart, adding to the old school vibes the restaurant is going for!

Address: Block 181, Toa Payoh Lorong 4, #02-602, S(310181)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Daily, 3pm – 5pm

7. Ban Heng Restaurant

(Credit: Ban Heng Group of Restaurants)

Want to have one of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore in a fancy dining hall? Head over to Ban Heng Restaurant at Harbourfront Centre to enjoy their affordable Dim Sum Buffet (from $27. 80++)! You get to dine in a classy Chinese dining hall, complete with 20+ dishes including juicy paper-wrapped chicken wings and deep-fried shrimp dumplings. For those wanting to round out their meals, there’s even soft-serve ice cream and soft drinks. Do note that they require a minimum of 3 diners in order to enjoy the dim sum buffet.

Address: Harbourfront Centre, 1 Maritime Square, #04-01, S(099255)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: 11.30am – 2.30pm

8. Peony Jade Restaurant

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Peony Jade Restaurant’s Classic Boutique Dim Sum Brunch (from $68++) is a hidden gem that is well worth the journey. After all, this Chinese restaurant managed to score a Michelin Bib Gourmand for its Szechuan and Cantonese fare! Besides the usual siew mai and har gow, Peony Jade serves interesting dishes like mocha liu sha paus and steamed emerald lobster dumplings that’ll tickle your tastebuds. Did we also mention this brunch includes free flow prosecco to enhance your appreciation for their handmade dim sum? One thing to note is that you’ll have to gather one other dim sum fan as the buffet is only open to a minimum of two adult diners!

Address: Keppel Bay Club, 10 Bukit Chermin Road, M Level, S(109918)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 11am – 2. 30pm

9. Peach Garden Chinese Restaurant

(Credit: Peach Garden Group / Facebook)

When comparing among the best dim sum buffets in Singapore, you’ll be hard pressed to find a better deal than Peach Garden Thomson Plaza’s Weekend Hi-Tea Dim Sum Buffet (from $23.80++). Aside from the wide range of dim sum items served in pushcarts, we also loved the local delights that come with the buffet package. After feasting on dim sum, you can enjoy dishes like drunken prawns and pig trotters with vinegar. Talk about value for money!

Address: Thomson Plaza, 301 Upper Thomson Road, #01-88, S(574408)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Sat – Sun: 3pm – 5pm

10. Hai Tien Lo

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If you’re feeling indulgent, we’ve a suggestion for one of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore when looking at pure luxury. Hai Tien Lo’s lavish Ultimate Weekend Dim Sum Brunch (from $69.80++) gives you access to classic dim sum dishes on top of the restaurant’s Three Treasures! These include Buddha Jumps Over the Wall, braised abalone and deep-fried crispy prawns. Combine all this with their signature dishes like stewed beef brisket and stir-fried diced chicken and we guarantee you’ll leave this weekend dim sum buffet stuffed and satisfied! 

Address: Marina Square, 7 Raffles Boulevard, S(039595)
Dim Sum Buffet Opening Hours: Sat – Sun: 11.30am – 2.30pm 

Sumptuous best

dim sum buffets in Singapore await at these restaurants

From Cherry Garden to Tung Lok Seafood, we hope you’ve found this rundown of the best dim sum buffets in Singapore handy in your quest to recreate that authentic Cantonese tea house experience! To round out your weekend dim sum buffet experience, check out our guide to these late night dessert spots in Singapore. In the mood for something equally indulgent? Read our guide to the best Sunday brunches around.

10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore [2021]

Dim Sum Singapore

Dim Sum Singapore

It is a well-known fact that Singapore has one of the most diverse and delicious cuisines in Asia. With a wide range of dishes from around the world, it would be hard to find someone who doesn’t enjoy the food here. One dish that stands out among all others is dim sum. It’s a great way to start your day off on the right foot with some tasty morsels! In this blog post, we will list 10 restaurants in Singapore that offer excellent dim sum dishes for you to choose from!

1. Sum Yi Tai

SUM YI TAI – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesPrivate karaoke room
Different dining areas
Chinese tapas
Address25 Boon Tat Street Singapore 069622
Contact+65 62213665
Operating Hours Monday to Friday: Lunch – 11.30AM to 2.30PM / Dinner – 5.00PM to 1.00AM 

Saturday: 7.00PM to 1.00AM

Closed on Sundays

At Sum Yi Tai, you may dine in one of three cuisines.

The Bar is the place to go for light meals and drinks, accessible by elevator. The Tapas Bar features dim sum lunch and drink service. You may also enjoy a meal here and continue your conversations late at night. Meanwhile, the Mona Lounge serves as a charming cocktail bar with Asian fusion on each carefully concocted drink.

Finally, the Rooftop Bar is a great place to unwind after a long day of hard work. Definitely the greatest dim sum in Singapore with modern touches.

2. Yan

YAN – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesMulti-functional venue
Classic food presentation
Original dishes
Address#05-02 National Gallery Singapore 1 St. Andrew’s Road Singapore 178957
Contact+65 63845585
Operating Hours (Daily) Lunch: 11.30am – 2.30pm / Dinner: 6pm – 10.30pm 

*They will be closed for private events so make sure to check their event schedules on their official website.

Yan’s cuisine is full of traditional tastes of Chinese cooking at its finest, and if you’re searching for a fantastic dim sum restaurant in Singapore with signature dishes, it’s certainly worth a try. The appearance is classic as well, and may only be described as elegant.

They have their own dim sum menu in addition to a porridge combination. The restaurant may also be hired for wedding ceremonies and other special events

3. Dragon Bowl

DRAGON BOWL – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesFormal events and birthday celebrations
Catering services
Special promotions
Address12 Kallang Ave, Aperia Mall #02-09, S339511
Contact+65 6702 1588
Operating Hours Weekday: Lunch 11am–3pm 

Weekend: Lunch 10.30am–3pm

Dinner: 5pm–10pm

Dragon Bowl is the perfect spot for you if you like to eat bright and exciting meals!

The dishes complement one another, with a combination of ancient and contemporary tastes. They also have a variety of dim sums to try!

The food here is fantastic, and each course is prepared with high-quality ingredients that can be combined with a vegan diet. Their dining room seats over a hundred people, making them the best dim sum in Singapore for large gatherings.

4. Dim Sum Haus

DIM SUM HAUS – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesAffordable prices
Online reservation
Available for delivery
Address57 Jln Besar, Singapore 208809
Contact+65 6909 0777
Operating Hours Weekdays: 10.30am-3pm, 5.30pm-10.30pm

Sat 9.30am-10.30pm

PH eve 10.30am-10.30pm

Sun & PH 9.30am-9.30pm

Are you looking for some genuine Hong Kong-style dim sum? Dim Sum Haus can satisfy your cravings without requiring you to depart Singapore. They provide a wide range of alternatives, including steamed, fried, baked, and pan-fried dumplings.

Every dish at their restaurant is guaranteed to be fresh, homemade, and prepared only with the highest quality ingredients.

Their store is open seven days a week and they accept clients on weekends for longer periods of time. If you choose to shop online, Dim Sum Haus will give you 25 percent off your entire purchase.

5. Spring Court

SPRING COURT – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesKaraoke facilities
Special coupons
Address52-56 Upper Cross Street, Singapore 058348
Contact+65 6449 5030
Operating Hours Lunch: 11.00am to 3.00pm 
(Last Order: 2.30pm)

Dinner: 6.00pm to 10.30pm
(Last Order: 10.00pm)

Spring Court is pleased with their unique Singaporean Dim sum. Each serving has a generous portion, making it a high-value dinner at an affordable price.

The restaurant is located in a four-story building with traditional appearances. The interiors are also reminiscent of classic Chinese construction.

The staff at this establishment is extremely friendly and courteous. They offer a variety of services, including a specific set of meals for weddings. Additional services included in the wedding package include decorations, a bridal make-up room, and valet parking for visitors.

6. Taste Paradise

TASTE PARADISE – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesOriginal dishes
Catering services
Season Promotions
Address2 Orchard Turn ION Orchard #04-07 Singapore 238801
Contact+65 6509 9660
Operating Hours Mon to Fri 11.00am – 3.00pm (Last order at 2.30pm) | 6.00pm – 11.00pm (Last order at 10.00pm)
Sat, Sun & PH 11.00am – 4.30pm (Last order at 3.30pm) | 6.00pm – 11.00pm (Last order at 10.00pm)

Paradise is one of the most well-known Chinese restaurant brands on the island, with its many outlets. So, if you seek for “dim sum near me” in Singapore, don’t be shocked if there’s always a Paradise nearby.

Their popularity is due, in part, to the fact that they provide great value. Many long-term customers are proud to admit that they have been using them for years. They have been recognized by many as being the finest dim sum in Singapore for 2020 because of their accessible settings and high-quality food.

If you want to find a dim sum restaurant in Singapore that combines traditional cuisine with contemporary tastes to appeal to everyone’s preferences, look no further.

7. Red Star Restaurant

Key FeaturesVenue for family celebrations and events
Affordable set menus
Relaxed and warm ambience
AddressBlock 54, Chin Swee Road #07-23, Singapore 160054
Contact+65 6532 5266
Operating Hours Open Daily (including Public Holidays) 

Breakfast/Lunch: (Monday to Saturday) 8.00am to 3.00pm / (Sunday & Public Holiday) 7.00am to 3.00pm

Dinner: (Monday to Sunday) 6.00pm to 10.00pm

The Red Star Restaurant may be found in the heart of Chinatown, where you’ll discover high-quality dishes in a friendly atmosphere. If you like casual dim sum with your family and friends in Singapore, make a note of it!

The staff at these cafeterias are typically Cantonese, and the cuisine they offer includes roast duck specialties as well as dim sum. Keep in mind that dim sum options may be limited until 3 p.m…. so arrive early if you want to try something new.

The cuisine at this restaurant is outstanding. It features a wide range of traditional and signature dishes for an unforgettable dining experience.


TIM HO WAN – Dim Sum Singapore

It may be a common sight in many of our glistening shopping malls. However, it began with humble origins as a ‘hole-in-the-wall’ spot in Mongkok, Hong Kong. But now it’s no stranger to the Michelin Stars, with outlets in cities around the world.

You won’t want to miss out on the delicious Baked Bun with BBQ Pork, which is their “main draw.”

Are you in the mood for something different? Last year, they added more options to their selection, including Spicy Fried Rice, Hong Kong Braised Beef Soup Noodles, and Rice with Pork Ribs.

So be sure to check out their outlets if you don’t want to miss out on a wonderful Dim Sum Experience!


SWEE CHOON TIM SUM – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesHeavily Recognised
Affordable Price
Quality Signature dishes
Jalan Besar, Singapore 208882
Contact+65 6225 7788
Operating Hours Monday to Friday

11am–2:30pm, 6pm–2am


10am–3:30pm, 6pm–3am

10am–3:30pm, 6pm–2am

They refer to themselves as the “happiest Tim Sum Haven”. With their affordable pricing and quality food, they have won the hearts of many and are popularly recognized to be a good supper spot!

The Mee Sua Kueh, a deep-fried vermicelli cake, is perhaps the most delicious dish. Their Steamed Salted Egg Custard Bun, Sichuan Chilli Oil Wanton, and Shanghai Xiao Long Bao are all wonderful. They also serve typical dim sum items, which are just as tasty.

10. 126 DIM SUM WEN DAO SHI 揾到食

126 DIM SUM WEN DAO SHI – Dim Sum Singapore
Key FeaturesOpen 24/7
Quality Dishes
Offer a variety of signature dishes
Address126 Sims Avenue, Singapore 387449 | 1086 Serangoon Road, Singapore 328187
Contact+65 6746 4757 | +65 6297 5032
Operating Hours Daily 24/7

The name “Hokkien Mee Su” is a pun on their address: One Two Six Wan Dao Sek. They initially opened in 1985 with a store on Sims Avenue, and have since expanded to include another location in Boon Keng. They’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, making them ideal for late-night supper hunts!

The Thai-style Fried Crab Dong Fen is a must-try dish. The dong fen is prepared to perfection, with garlic evenly dispersed throughout the noodles and shell-cracked crab cracked into tiny pieces. If you do not want to use the dong fen, thick bee Hoon can be substituted instead.

Dim Sum Singapore

I hope you enjoyed our list of 10 Best Dim Sum Restaurants in Singapore. If we missed any, please let us know below! We will update the post and provide a link to your restaurant for all of our readers who love dim sum as much as we do. Nonetheless, we hope this has provided you with wonderful insights and suggestions on where to go for your next supper hangout!

Before you go, do check out our other articles as well!

8 Best Dim Sum Places in Singapore | Best of 2021

In Singapore, Dim Sum has long been considered a classic comfort dish thanks to the early migrants who brought this delectable cuisine from Hong Kong to the small island. A variety of cuisines and Singapore’s local flavours have influenced Singapore’s Dim Sum culture throughout the years.  When it comes to little bites, we choose Dim Sum over cafe dining and steakhouse meals. For the most part, restaurants serve dim sum only from the early morning hours until midday. Who, after all, can resist the allure of almost limitless dim sum options? Singapore’s Dim Sum restaurants are masters of your favourite Cantonese snacks-size dishes. With an extensive variety of Dim Sum restaurants in the market, which then are the best Dim Sum places in Singapore? In our Best of Home series, we introduce the 8 Best Dim Sum Places in Singapore, providing quality recommendations based on your lifestyle and budget needs.

8 Best Dim Sum Places in Singapore


Jiang-Nan Chun, for their exquisite and authentic dishesImage Source: Jiang-Nan Chun

An authentic Cantonese restaurant Jiang-Nan Chun with a Michelin Star. Serving especially, an authentic dim sum, nutritious double-boiled soup, and a trademark Peking Duck grilled over wood fire and served with caviar. All ingredients and preparation are to reflect the philosophy of Xiang Le Zhu Yi, or “the principle of satisfaction and happiness”. Thus, this philosophy states that food should be enjoyed to the fullest extent possible. 

Dine-in Jiang-Nan Chun’s remodeled private dining rooms for a unique dining experience in a private setting, complete with individualized service and luxurious food options. Jiang-Nan Chun offers superb cuisine so, you should try their Chef Albert’s Signature Set Lunch and Chef Albert’s Signature Set Dinner. If you want to enjoy their dishes when you are alone, then, try their À la carte Lunch and À la carte Dinner.

Jiang-Nan Chun also offers their customers varieties of desserts varying from $14 – $108 that are available for lunch and dinner. And so, in fact, they are rated 4.5 by 174 Google reviews, you can be assured that their dim sum is worth ordering for!


Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant, for excellent Cantonese cuisine and stellar serviceImage Source: Wah Lok Cantonese

Famous for its superb Cantonese cuisine and exceptional service, Wah Lok has been a stalwart in the local dining scene for years now. Generally speaking, Wah Lok Cantonese is one of Singapore’s top dim sum restaurants located in the Carlton Hotel. It gained devoted customers since it opened in 1988. Because of the restaurant’s delicious Cantonese specialties and their famous lunchtime dim sum selection. It also received one of the Michelin Plate restaurants in Singapore.

Their vast menu features classic flavours such as baked BBQ pork buns, and deep-fried beancurd skin rolls with shrimp are with high-quality ingredients. Above all, some of our favourites include baked mini-egg tarts, and custard and egg yolk buns. Although they are considered to be their specialty, their Dim Sum is only available during lunchtime. Therefore, they are rated 4.4 by 617 Google reviews, to order, you can visit their page. 


Cherry Garden, for stunning décor and authentic Cantonese foodImage Source: Cherry Garden

With an authentic old wooden entryway, Cherry Garden, without a doubt, captures the atmosphere of a Chinese courtyard from the Ming dynasty. Hence, this restaurant at The Mandarin Oriental was inspired by feng shui and takes diners on a tour through the Orient. Diners will surely return for the culinary team’s famous dim sum and meals presented with a modern twist. And known for their stunning décor and authentic Cantonese food. 

Likewise, it is hard to go wrong by ordering the Organic Black Bean Pudding with Avocado and Sesame Ice Cream. Whereas, these are a spin on a popular dim sum dish. Therefore, it has received a Michelin star and one of those Michelin Plate-approved restaurants.

Consequently, it was rated 4.4 by 255 Google reviews, because the highlight of Cherry Garden’s dim sum is the use of high-quality, fresh ingredients. This restaurant’s signature dish, “Steamed Kurobuta Char Siew Pau,” is one of our favourites. Hence, you won’t find a better char siew pau anywhere else.


Hai Tien Lo,for tantalizing lunch menusImage Source: Hai Tien Lo

Another alternative Cantonese restaurant, With over 25 years of culinary experience, chef Ben Zeng leads Hai Tien Lo and serves classic Cantonese meals with a modern touch. Moreover. diners can choose from a variety of Cantonese delicacies on his tantalizing lunch menu, including the ever-popular dim sum. Nevertheless, your inner Singaporean simply implores you to go for their Weekend Brunch Buffet.

They are rated 4.4 by 309 Google Reviews, because of this, you can freely choose between à la carte dim sum and other set menus. The adult prices start at S$68.80 and children (6-12 years old) prices start at $38.80.


Yan Ting, for award-winning Cantonese Fine DiningImage Source: Yan Ting

On the other hand, Yan Ting’s refined touch on Cantonese food sets it apart from other Cantonese restaurants in Singapore. Because a team of outstanding master chefs experienced in traditional culinary techniques prepared these dishes. In addition, they also have something unique such as steamed pork and shrimp dumplings topped with abalone for a more modern twist.

Thus, they are rated 4.3 by 322 Google Reviews, the non-alcoholic weekend a la carte brunch buffet, which includes dim sum and other Cantonese specialties, costs S$128 per pax for dim sum. Hence, if you’re already going all out, the dim sum brunch with wines and beer is S$178 per pax or S$198 per pax with champagne.


Jade Restaurant,for their well-trained and attentive staffImage Source: Jade Restaurant

Rated 4.4 by 358 Google Reviews, it is a joy to eat at Jade Restaurant since the culinary team is led by executive chef Leong Chee Yeng. Because they deliver traditional Cantonese food with outstanding service in the elegantly conserved The Fullerton Hotel Singapore. The popular, Jade’s Weekend Yum Cha, requires a minimum of two diners, making it a mid-range buffet brunch price. In addition, there are 15 things on the menu selections that include signature dim sum, appetizers, soup, mains, and dessert. As an added bonus, the staff is exceptionally well-trained and attentive thus, making this one of the most well-balanced dim sum buffets.


Song Garden, for their stunning assortment of delectable foodImage Source: Song Garden

On the other hand, this sophisticated Cantonese restaurant impresses diners with a stunning assortment of delectable food. And so, they are rated 4.3 by 188 Google Reviews, there are around 30 classic dim sum staples also with new versions. These are indeed all meticulously selected by Executive Chef Wong Shea Nung and Executive Dim Sum Chef Leung Chi Man. Both of whom have decades of expertise in Cantonese cooking in Hong Kong. Moreover, new inventions like the ‘Otak’ Seafood Dumpling on Skewer, and Deep-Fried Charcoal Chili Crab Meat Ball will tempt your taste.


Sum Dim Sum, for their freshly handmade Dim SumImage Source: Sum Dim Sum

As of 2019, Sum Dim Sum is a brand-new dim sum restaurant that focuses on fresh ingredients. In spite of being more expensive than the dim sum sold by food stalls, but worth every penny. Particularly, they use their family’s traditional recipe to provide Freshly Handmade Dim Sum. This includes both classics like Tiffany Blue Har Gow and newer creation Pandan Crispy Char Siew Bun. Additionally, if you’re going to a dim sum restaurant, order the char siew buns. Thus, they are rated 4.3 by 694 Google Reviews, the Signature Crispy Pork Bun (S$6/3 pieces) from Sum Dim Sum pork wrapped in the pandan leaves is a must-have.

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Above all, we hope that our guide on the 8 Best Dim Sum Places in Singapore will help you taste the traditional and authentic dim sum in Singapore. Do read our other restaurant guides too. Please do share this along with your friends if you have found this useful. Do look forward to more restaurant guides that we will be releasing soon!


Best Dim Sum in Singapore for Your Multi-generational Yum Cha

Sometimes all you need is comfort food. Still, what people of different ages and tastes consider comfort food can vary quite a bit. While you crave a bowl of Michelin-star ramen, your grandma might prefer fish porridge, and your child a hearty serving of mac ‘n’ cheese. But dim sum seems to be one of the few cuisines that satisfies young and old. Find everything from bite-sized fun to old-school nostalgia as you tuck into the best dim sum in Singapore.

Dim Sum Brunch Buffets – Try one of everything!

Families who love variety in their meals should go for these all-you-can-eat buffets. Don’t worry, dim sum are not laid out to cool on buffet counters. Instead, each delectable morsel is prepared only upon order and served piping hot to your table. Find yourselves in dim sum heaven!

1. Si Chuan Dou Hua, PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road

Feast on unlimited servings of 40 dim sum, appetisers, desserts and more at Si Chuan Dou Hua. We love the Pan-fried Hakka Dumpling, and Homemade Bean Curd with Wolfberry. Exclusively available at the PARKROYAL on Kitchener Road outlet, the Nostalgic Dim Sum Feast also features premium one-serving-only creations.

These include Chilli Prawn with Deep-fried Mantou, and the super-addictive Chong Qing Diced Chicken with Spicy Dried Chilli. While the menu is available daily, the Weekend Bundle Promotion is a really good deal at just $118++ for four adults!

Where Level 3, 181 Kitchener Road
When Mon to Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm (except Mon from now till 30 April) | Sat, Sun and public holidays, 11.30am – 1pm & 1.30pm – 3pm
How much From $32++ per adult (minimum 2 to dine) | From $16++ per child aged 6-11 years | Up to 2 children under 6 years dine free

2. Jade, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Jade’s Weekend Yum Cha is a good fit for young and old. Select up to 15 items from the extensive menu featuring signature dim sum, appetisers, soups, mains and desserts. Don’t miss the Wagyu Beef Puffs, Braised Bird’s Nest Soup, Lobster Porridge and Pistachio Muah Chee. The portions are catered to the number of diners at each table.

Like all dining establishments at The Fullerton Hotel, Jade is really great for families. Kids get special cutlery and you can even request for colouring books!

Where Level 1, 1 Fullerton Square
When Sat, Sun & selected public holidays, 11.30am – 2.30pm
How much $50 per person (minimum 2 to dine)

3. Mitzo, Grand Park Orchard

For the ultimate indulgence, head to Weekend Dim Sum Brunch at Mitzo. Enjoy unlimited servings of over 50 types of dim sum, soups, wok dishes and desserts. Try Shrimp and Pork Dumpling, Escargot Cheese Puff, and Japanese Sweet Potato Bun with Custard Lava.

Diners also get one complimentary serving from the Supreme Special Dishes, such as Cheese Baked Lobster with Creamy Seaweed Sauce. Adults can top up $60++ to enjoy free-flow cocktails, champagne, wine and beers, while kids explore the dedicated playroom.

Where Level 4, 270 Orchard Road
When Sat, Sun & selected public holidays, 11.30am – 2.30pm
How much From $68++ per adult | $34++ per child aged 6-12 years | Children under 6 years dine free

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4. Cherry Garden, Mandarin Oriental Singapore

Expect dim sum brunch fare fit for all generations at Cherry Garden. Look forward to unlimited servings of 47 dishes including dim sum, soups, mains and desserts. Highlights include Steamed Pork Siew Mai with Baby Abalone, Wok-Fried Radish Cake with XO sauce, Steamed Kurobuta Char Siew Bao, and more.

While adults conclude the afternoon indulgence with Cherries in Nui Er Hong or Aged Kuei Hua Wine Cocktail Jelly with lychee sorbet, little ones will love Chilled Mango with sago pearls, pomelo and lime sorbet.

Where Level 5, 5 Raffles Avenue
When Sat, Sun & public holidays, 11am – 1pm & 1.30pm – 3.30pm
How much $68++ per adult | $40++ per child aged 7-12 years

5. Beng Hiang

Heritage restaurant Beng Hiang is famous for its Hokkien cuisine, but did you know it also serves excellent dim sum? All handmade-to-order, you can’t go wrong with classics such as Prawn Dumpling “Har Kao” and Pork Dumpling “Siew Mai”.

It’s currently also having an all-you-can-eat Dim Sum Lunch Buffet at a super affordable price. It even includes a serving of signature dishes such as “Kong Ba Bao”, Hokkien Noodle and Fried Rice. Furthermore, enjoy 25% off all additional dishes from the a la carte menu.

Where Level 2, 135 Jurong Gateway Road
When Daily, 11.30am – 3pm
How much From $18.80+ per adult | From $13.80+ per child aged 6-12 years (current promotion ends 31 March 2020)

6. Man Fu Yuan, InterContinental Singapore

Another excellent spot boasting some of the best dim sum in Singapore is Man Fu Yuan at InterContinental Singapore. Its Weekend A La Carte Dim Sum Buffet Brunch offers over 40 delectable dishes to choose from. These include Chef Eric Neo’s signature dishes, dim sum delicacies, appetisers, main courses and dessert.

Delight in Prawn Dumplings with Truffle Mayonnaise, Poached Chicken with Hua Tiao Chinese Wine, and Baked Rock Lobster. Sip on a range of fine teas such as Anxi Royal Tie Guan Yin, while you contemplate dessert.

Where Level 2, 80 Middle Road
When Sat, Sun & public holidays, 11.30am – 3pm
How much $58++ per adult | $29++ per child aged 4-12 years

7. Yan Ting, The St Regis Singapore

Perfect for families, Yan Ting presents a tantalising Weekend Dim Sum Brunch offering diners a selection of dim sum, meat signatures, seafood dishes, and desserts. Try the Steamed Teochew Dumpling, and Deep-fried Phoenix-tail Prawn with Salted Egg Yolk.

Brunch also includes a serving of Double-boiled Fish Maw Soup with Black Garlic, and Wok-baked Boston Lobster with XO Sauce. Or delight in the Dim Sum Set Menu (from $80++ per person), which comprises a barbecue platter, an array of dim sum, soup and dessert.

Where Level 1U, 29 Tanglin Road
When Sat, Sun & public holidays, 10.30am – 12.30pm & 1pm – 3pm
How much From $128++ per adult | $53++ per child aged 4-12 years

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8. Hai Tien Lo, Pan Pacific Singapore

Very popular among multi-generational families is Hai Tien Lo’s Weekday Dim Sum Lunch and Weekend Dim Sum Brunch. Delicacies with a modern twist join traditional classics in the semi-buffet experience, complete with all-you-can-eat dim sum.

Pick from over 50 dishes, including Steamed Charcoal Barbecue Pork Bun with Black Truffles, and Steamed Pork and Prawns Dumplings with Fish Roe. The a la carte menu also features Deep-fried Thousand Layer Swan Puff, and the duckling-shaped Deep-fried Potato with Duck Meat and Mushrooms — the kids won’t be able to resist!

Where Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard
When Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm
How much From $60.80++ per adult | From $33.80 per child aged 6-11 years

9. Peach Garden

Let your kids experience traditional pushcart dim sum service at Peach Garden @ Thomson Plaza and Hotel Miramar. From traditional Steamed Chicken Feet with Chef’s Special Sauce that’s popular with the mature crowd, to sweet delights like Deep Fried Milk Custard well-liked by the younger customers, Peach Garden has (dim) sum-thing for everyone.

From now till 30 April, you’ll also find Japanese-inspired dim sum such as Steamed Siew Mai with Sea Urchin. One dines free with every three paying adults at the Weekend Hi-Tea buffet at the Thomson Plaza outlet currently. Discounted a la carte dim sum is also available at lunchtime across all Peach Garden outlets.

Where #01-88 Thomson Plaza, 301 Upper Thomson Road | Other outlets
When Daily, 3pm – 5pm
How much From $23.80++ per adult | From $16.80 per child aged 4-12 years

10. Min Jiang, Goodwood Park Hotel Singapore

This isn’t a buffet per se, but the recurring Weekday Dim Sum Set Lunch Menu promotion at Min Jiang is too good a deal to miss. It features all-time favourites from Steamed Conpoy and Scallop Dumplings to Pork and Century Egg Congee, among other delicacies.

Dessert is a serving of refreshing Chilled Mango Sago with Pomelo. For a greater variety, order more dim sum, Sichuan and Cantonese dishes from the a la carte menus during lunch daily.

Where Level 1, 22 Scotts Road
When Mon to Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm
How much $38++ for two persons (current promotion ends 28 March 2020)

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A la carte Dim Sum – Pick your favourites

Those with family members who have smaller appetites can consider going a la carte instead. You can also opt to have savoury dim sum as a starter before going on to other main courses, then finishing off with sweet dim sum for dessert. Either way, have some of the best dim sum in Singapore!

11. Golden Peony, Conrad Centennial Singapore

Set to appeal to all ages, dim sum is taken to a whole new level at Golden Peony. Chef Ku Keung’s latest creations see curative properties of teas infused into dim sum offerings. These range from Baby Abalone Chrysanthemum Tea Dumpling, and Steamed Chicken Siew Mai infused with Dragon Well Tea, to Green Tea Roll with Chilli Crab Meat.

Surprise the little ones with animal-shaped treats (see top image). Shrimp Toast (turtle), Egg Custard Bun (piglet), Mushroom with Bamboo Pith Bun (cat), Chicken Bun (porcupine), and Snow White with Green Tea Paste (rabbit) are almost too cute to eat!

Where Level 3, 2 Temasek Boulevard
When Sat & Sun, 11.30am – 1pm & 1.30pm – 3pm

12. Hua Ting Restaurant, Orchard Hotel Singapore

Fresh from a revamp, Hua Ting is a classy space for a multi-generational meal. The dim sum menu too has been revitalised, offering a combination of all-time favourites and new creations.

Highlights include Double-boiled Bird’s Nest Dumpling with Scallop and Sea Whelk, Chilled Crystal Dumpling with Century Egg and Mango, Wok-fried Turnip Cake with XO Sauce in Hot Stone Bowl, and of course, Hua Ting’s Signature baked Mango Chicken Tartlet. Complement the spread with your choice of nine premium grades of tea and exclusive blends.

Where Level 2, 442 Orchard Road
When Mon to Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm | Sat, Sun & eve of public holidays, 11am – 2.30pm

13. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium

Xin Cuisine is another excellent choice for a dim sum feast of steamed, baked and deep-fried delicacies. Kids particularly love innovative handmade creations such as Yam Dumpling with Chicken and Fresh Mushroom, Seafood Dumpling, and Fresh Mushroom Bun in their cute shapes.

Other highlights include Crab Meat and Dried Scallop Xiao Long Bao, Rice Roll wrapped with Pork Neck Meat and Fungus Crispy Roll, and Seafood Dumpling with Pumpkin Paste. While you’re there, why not order the restaurant’s signature Home-Style Roasted Duck with Tea Leaves?

Where 317 Outram Road
When Wed to Sun, 12noon – 2.30pm

(See also: What do Chefs and Foodie Parents put in their Child’s Lunchbox?)

14. Summer Palace, Regent Singapore

Lunch takes on a different flavour every season at Summer Palace. Currently, Spring Splendour brings items such as Steamed “Butterfly” Prawn Dumplings, and Deep-fried Scallops with Corn and Yam Paste to the table. These and other seasonal treats join well-loved classics on the dim sum menu.

Must-tries include Chicken and Prawn Szechuan Dumplings, Deep-fried Yam Puffs with Shredded Duck and Preserved Vegetables, and Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Buns. Or enjoy Chef Liu’s Tasting Menus ($56++ per person; children under 5 years old dine free) with dim sum selection.

Where Level 3, 1 Cuscaden Road
When Mon to Fri, 12noon – 2.30pm | Sat & Sun, 11.30am – 2.30pm

15. Cassia, Capella Singapore

As part of its latest menu revamp, Cassia introduces a Dim Sum Summer Menu that’s available till 31 August 2020. Classic dim sum delicacies are given an innovative summer-themed reinterpretation. Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Asparagus, and Steamed Charcoal Barbecued Arvinyo Omega 3 Pork Bun with Black Truffle are two must-tries.

Alternatively, try the Nourishing Set Lunch ($59++ per person), in which the first of five courses comprises a Dim Sum Platter.

Where Level 3, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
When Daily, 12noon – 2pm (currently closed on Mon & Tue till further notice)

16. Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant, Carlton Hotel Singapore

Dim sum purists in Singapore will be well familiar with Wah Lok. Its ever-popular lunchtime dim sum menu boasts classics such as Steamed Glutinous Rice wrapped with Lotus Leaf, Steamed Bamboo Fungus and Vegetable Dumplings, Steamed Vegetarian Beancurd Skin Rolls and Steamed Carrot Cake.

Items both kids and grandparents love include Baked Mini Egg Tarts, Baked Custard Pastries, and Baked Barbecued Pork Buns.

Where Level 2, 76 Bras Basah Road
When Mon to Sat, 11.30am – 2.30pm | Sun & public holidays, 11am – 2.30pm

17. Grand Shanghai

Journey through opulent ‘Old Shanghai’ and explore the varied tastes and textures at the recently refurbished Grand Shanghai. The headliner has to be the flavourful Signature Shanghainese Seafood Dumpling in Soup with Bamboo Shoot, Scallop and Salted Pork.

Other highlights on the dim sum menu include Steamed Prawn Dumpling with Truffle, and Deep-fried Beancurd Sheet filled with Prawn and Snow Cabbage. Last but not least, the deep-fried and steamed varieties of the popular Lava Custard Bun.

Where Level 1, King’s Centre, 390 Havelock Road
When Tue to Fri, 11.30am – 2.30pm | Sat & Sun, 11am – 2.30pm

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18. Shang Social

Head to the vibrant Shang Social for Cantonese, Sichuan and Huaiyang dim sum favourites. Items such as Steamed Black Truffle Prawn in Squid Ink Skin, Bird’s Nest Egg Tart, and the signature Suzhou Baked Minced Pork Bun are available during lunch at the full-service DINING section.

Till 31 March, get 50% off Cantonese and Huaiyang dim sum at the more casual MRKT section. The promotion also includes special snacks in collaboration with heritage restaurant Beng Hiang.

Where #01-219/222, Jewel Changi Airport
When Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm (DINING) | Daily, 11.30am – 4.30pm (MRKT)

19. Yàn

Exclusively available during lunch at Yàn is an array of new items created by Head Chef Ng Sen Tio. Highlights include Steamed Fresh Lily and Vegetables Dumplings, and Steamed Stuffed Fish Maw with Shrimp Paste and Egg White Sauce.

Perennial favourites perfect for convivial afternoons with the family range from Pan-fried Singapore Chilli Crab Meat Buns to Steamed Hainanese Chicken with Sticky Rice wrapped in Lotus Leaf. You’ll also find classics such as Steamed Xiao Long Bao, Century Egg and Pork Porridge, and Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Custard Buns.

Where #05-02, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St Andrew’s Road
When Daily, 11.30am – 2.30pm

So there you have it — our favourite places around town for bite-sized delights to “touch the heart” (literal translation of 点心). If you have a favourite place that you feel serves the best dim sum in Singapore, please do share. Now gather the fam for that multi-generational get-together over a table of steaming bamboo baskets!

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The Best Dim Sum Places in Changi Precinct

While you’re out enjoying all that Singapore has to offer, remember to observe good hygiene measures and practice safe distancing. Stay safe!

Although you might not be jetting off to the land of siew mai and har gow any time soon, don’t despair! We’ve rounded up our picks for the most popular dim sum places in the Changi Precinct, so you can still savour these delectable small bites on the sunny shores of Singapore.

1. $1.30 Dim Sum – For budget-friendly supper snacks

Since it opened in 2019, Kuai San Dian Xin has spawned in multiple coffeshops across the island. With affordable dim sum available 24/7, it’s not hard to see why their proposition has gained so much traction in Singapore. You’ll find their stalls in Bedok and Tampines, so if you’re in these neighbourhoods and have a hankering for late-night dim sum, these places could be your go-to.

True to its name, every item on the menu is S$1.30. Some well-reviewed items include the steamed pork ribs, prawn chee cheong fun (steamed rice roll), and siew mai (steamed pork dumpling). Some patrons recommend pairing your food with their special chilli for an extra kick.

Opening hours: Open 24 hours daily

Address: 123 Bedok North Street 2, #01-142, Singapore 460123 | Blk 878C Tampines Ave 8, Singapore 520878

2. 家传之包HOME (JiaChuanZhiBao HOME) – For the bao-lover

This specialty bao (steamed buns) shop dubs their goods ‘ugly baos’, although we think they look anything but! Aside from traditional favourites like pork (S$1.80) and turnips buns (S$1.60), they offer creative fillings like XO dried shrimp (S$3), otah (ground fish meat with spices) (S$1.80), and peanut and sesame paste (S$1.20).

While there is no dine-in, take-outs are welcome. To ensure you can bring home the flavours you want, however, you’ll have to order at least two days in advance. Visit their website to view their full menu and make an order.

Beautiful gift sets for festive occasions like Chinese New Year, Mother’s Day, and Christmas are also available.

Opening hours: Thursday to Tuesday 11:00am to 7:00pm, with pre-order collection from 3:00pm to 7:00pm. Closed on Wednesdays and public holidays.

Address: 474 Tampines Street 43, #01-114, Singapore 520474

3. Swee Choon Century Square – For a twist on dim sum favourites

Although Swee Choon is an establishment that has been around in Singapore for 59 years, it doesn’t mean you can only expect the standard, traditional dim sum when you dine there. They’ve put fresh twists on dim sum favourites: you’re in for a sweet and savoury surprise with their Prawn & Banana fritters (S$4.10 for two pieces) and you’ll find carrot cake’s quirky cousin, the Mee-Suah Kueh (wheat vermicelli cake) (S$3.30 for two pieces), a refreshing change. Their unassuming Tofu Bomb (S$4.10 for two pieces) also packs a punch of flavour and spice!

Recently, Swee Choon ventured beyond their home ground in Jalan Besar and opened their second outlet in the east of Singapore, at Century Square mall. You can also order hot food or their range of frozen dim sum, which you can easily warm up with your cookware, straight to your doorstep via online delivery.

Opening hours: 9:00am to 10:00pm, daily.

Address: 2 Tampines Central 5, #01-01, Singapore 208882

4. Hong Kong Zhai Dim Sum 香港仔點心之家 – For hotel-standard dim sum parties in Singapore

While you won’t be able to dine at Hong Kong Zhai, you might have savoured some of their creations without even knowing it. This kitchen has been supplying handmade dim sum to restaurants and hotels in Singapore for over 30 years!

Whether you’re looking for sumptuous snacks for a house party or an office gathering, Hong Kong Zhai has got you covered. They offer customisable dim sum party sets for three to four pax (S$52.80) up to 25 to 30 pax (S$368.80). Pick-up from their kitchen in Bedok is an option, but island-wide delivery is also available.

Remember to place your order a day in advance!

They also offer a wide range of ready-to-cook dim sum you can stock up on for when you need to whip up a quick meal at home or when the immense craving for dim sum suddenly strikes.

Opening hours: Delivery or pick-up from 9:00am to 9:00pm daily. Closed on public holidays.

Address: 3017 Bedok North Street 5, Singapore 486121

5. Tang Tea House at Changi Village – For halal dim sum by the sea

If you’re ever in Changi Village, Tang Tea House is hard to miss. This iconic kampong (Malay for ‘village’) by the sea radiates rustic, old school charm and serves up a wide selection of halal dim sum.

When you can’t make up your mind, go for their sampler dishes like the Multi-Flavour Dumplings ($8.90 for six pieces) or the Multi-Flavour Buns (S$7.50 for six pieces), which include kaya (coconut jam), yam, and salted egg yolk fillings. If you’re feeling a little more adventurous, try their chicken feet (S$3.90) doused in a sweet, black bean sauce. Tasting these talons might not be as scary a feat as you might think!

You can also complement your meal with chicken rice and other zi char (home-cooked Chinese dishes) favourites, also available on the menu. If Changi Village is a little too out of the way for you, you can check for an outlet near you wherever you are in Singapore, or get your favourite dim sum and other tantalising dishes delivered to your doorstep via island-wide delivery.

Opening hours: Opens daily from 11:00am to 10:00pm

Address: 57 Lorong Bekukong, Singapore 499173

6. Four Seasons Restaurant at Jewel Changi Airport – For all-you-can-eat halal dim sum

Four Season’s Restaurant A La Carte Dim Sum Buffet has proven to be a hit since its introduction in April this year. The buffet is available daily, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Indulge in all-you-can-eat halal dim sum at S$25.80++ per adult and S$16.60++ per child on weekdays, and S$29.80++ per adult and S$18.60++ per child on weekends.

You also have more reasons to make the buffet a family affair here at Jewel Changi Airport since children below the height of 0.9m dine for free! The same goes for each elderly patron over the age of 65, who dines with three paying adults.

The extensive food menu is not limited to just dim sum, but includes local stir-fried dishes like mee goreng and char kway teow noodles, and desserts like ice cream for a sweet finish. 

Opening hours: 11:30am – 9:30pm daily, buffet till 5:00pm

Address: 78 Airport Blvd, Jewel Changi Airport, #B2-227/228, Singapore 819666

7. Din Tai Fung at Jewel Changi Airport – For xiao long bao that cannot go

There’s more food to eat at Jewel — specifically dim sum, of course!

In Singapore, Din Tai Fung is practically synonymous with its signature xiao long bao (soup dumplings). You can expect the same, delicious dumplings you ordered on your last visit, thanks to the meticulous precision of its kitchen. Not only have they perfected the XLB, they’ve also gotten creative with it. You’ll find various permutations of these dumplings at this oft-packed restaurant, ranging from savoury to sweet.

Feeling indulgent? The Steamed Truffle and Pork Xiao Long Bao might tickle your fancy. As for the sweeter side of things, orh nee (sweet yam paste) aficionados might find the Steam Yam Xiao Long Bao to be right up their alley.

There are also plenty of other treats in their line-up which might scratch your dim sum itch, like wontons, steamed buns, and desserts like mango pudding, some of the best food delights here at Jewel Changi Airport.

Opening hours: Monday to Thursday 11:30am to 8:00pm, Friday and Saturday 11:30am to 9.30pm, Sunday 11:00am to 8.00pm

Address: 78 Airport Blvd, Jewel Changi Airport, #03-214/215, Singapore 819666

It’s time to feed that dim sum craving in Singapore!

If you’re starting to feel hungry by now, you’re not the only one. Changi Precinct has plenty more dim sum options to satisfy that craving of yours, so what are you waiting for? Grab a friend or two, or bring your entire family out for some scrumptious snacks or supper. Hop into the neighbourhoods or go straight to Jewel Changi Airport for the best food variety ever in the east of Singapore! You can also explore food options at Changi Airport via Changi Eats and have your orders delivered to you fresh.


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90,000 Best Restaurants in City (Part 1) – Unique Singapore

Singaporeans love to eat and are good at food. New establishments are constantly opening here, which are gaining worldwide fame, quickly plugging those who, it would seem, have already established themselves on the podium. We picked up a few new stellar spots, and also walked through the classics that are in the top of the best Singaporean eateries.


A Chinese restaurant located in the Museum of Asian Civilizations can be a great place to end an exciting excursion.But it is also worth visiting in and of itself. The restaurant features a modern, creative serving of food, pleasant interiors, and a terrace overlooking the Singapore River. Plus, there are delicious dim sum brunches on weekends.


The concept of the restaurant is based on French “bourgeois cuisine”, which means: portions should be generous and wines carefully selected.There is a large selection of vintage French wines from different regions, and smoked meats, delicate pates and pastries are prepared right in the restaurant’s kitchen.


A restaurant of classic Italian cuisine with a modern touch, located within the walls of a historic shophouse on Purvis Street. The kitchen is run by the chef – winner of international gastronomic awards Roberto Galeti.Pasta with seafood and meat dishes are especially good here. And of course Italian wines complementing them.


Serves a fine selection of authentic regional Italian and fusion dishes made with the freshest ingredients – a chef who stands for seasonality. You can order dishes from the menu or choose a buffet, as well as enjoy the possibilities of an espresso bar and a wine cellar, where you have to go and choose a drink on your own.The restaurant has a picturesque terrace overlooking Regent Singapore’s pool.


Deservedly considered one of the best Italian restaurants in the city and even awarded a Michelin star. The menu here includes both full versions of dishes and sets, including tasting and vegetarian ones. A separate word – kind – deserves a wine list and a selection of cigars.The reception given to the guests by the restaurant team, led by the chef, who personally goes out to the guests to recommend the best combinations of dishes, is appreciated with enthusiastic emotions!


One of the finest steakhouses in Singapore, located on Sentosa Island, at the W Hotel Singapore. It features a memorable designer interior, cozy atmosphere and, of course, author’s meat cuisine, which goes far beyond ordinary steaks.Here you can taste duck leg confit, various varieties of aged meat, and, of course, steaks that are crazy in taste, accompanied by a good selection of wines.


This trendy restaurant and bar specializes in ceviche and tartars combined with unusual cocktails. Both are distinguished by the original presentation. There is also a decent selection of wines, which are good to take with generous plates with various appetizers.


“Shut your mouth and eat” – such a message can be left to a guest only by a chef who is very confident in his talents. And he is just like that here – the incredibly gifted Frenchman François Mermillio. In addition to the usual a la carte menu, there is an Omakase menu – the chef needs to communicate his budget, preferences and restrictions in terms of raw materials and entrust him with the rest.

90,000 how to get the most from Southeast Asia’s largest tourist hub, Singapore Singapore may seem like a small country. Strictly speaking, from the point of view of geography, it is so. However, this city-state located on a small island contains so many interesting things that you will always find: what to see, what to do, what to buy and what to eat.
Convenient and efficient public transportation allows you to move quickly around the city, helping you to dive deeper into this melting pot of cultures, religions, culinary traditions and architecture. With just 48 hours left, you’ll be able to get the most out of Leo City in time with our quick guide.

Day One


It’s best to start your Singapore adventure in the early morning with a visit to one of the city’s seafood markets.One of the best is the Chinatown Seafood Market located in the basement of the Chinatown Complex. Here you will quickly shake off the remnants of sleep thanks to the fervent screams around. This is how chefs of all stripes bargain with vendors for the freshest products, including luxury restaurant chefs.
The market is filled with rows of colorful fruits, vegetables and of course seafood. There are also more exotic things, such as black chickens and edible frogs. To save some Singaporean flavor for your own kitchen, check out Anthony the Spice Maker – his meat spice mix is ​​worth your while.
After such a rush of impressions, it is advisable to relax a bit over a traditional breakfast at the nearby Nanyang Old Coffee. The local breakfast includes soft-boiled eggs, coconut jam (kaya), toasted bread and a cup of caramel coffee (kopi). Mix eggs with soy sauce, add a pinch of white pepper, and spread it all over a piece of bread – great!
Next, visit the interactive Chinatown Cultural Heritage Center, where you can experience the colorful history of the area.Then, walk to the temple located down South Bridge Road.
Also worth a visit:
1. Temple of the Sacred Tooth of Buddha, made in the style of tan;
2. Bright temple with colorful ornaments Sri Mariamman;
3. Light green Jamai Mosque.


If you are hungry after such a busy morning, head to the Maxwell Food Center, which has a lot of outlets with a variety of food. The pavilions “Tian Tian Hainanse Chicken Rice” and “Rojak, Popiah & Cockle” should be separately noted.We advise you to take a seat before joining the order queue. Just place the stack of napkins on the table in front of an empty chair. In such establishments, it is customary to sit down at the table at which they are already sitting, if there is free space, so that you have a chance to chat with the locals.
After refueling, spend the day wandering around the Colonial District looking into some of Singapore’s finest museums. Among the latter, we note:
1. Museum of Asian Civilization;
2. National Museum of Singapore;
3.Perancan Museum.
Pull for a moment at the Sulfur Disembarkation of Stamford Raffles, one of the founders of modern Singapore, and enjoy the view of the river. You will see new skyscrapers rise along its banks, towering over traditional houses. It is one of the clearest images of the city’s rapid progress from a fishing village to a global financial center.


Refreshing from a day’s walk (and Singapore can be hot and humid) visit one of the chic rooftop bars.An excellent view from above opens in the fashionable establishment “CE LA VI”, which is located on the roof of the hotel “Marina Bay Sands Hotel”. No less interesting is the small brewery Level33, which claims the title of the highest-rise craft brewery in the world.
If you don’t really want to climb all the way up, but do not mind appreciating good views, pay attention to the Lantern restaurant, located in the building of the Fullerton Bay Hotel. Another great option is the Smoke and Mirrors Bar at the top of the National Gallery of Singapore.
From all of these locations you can see the coastal area and the “Spectra” night light show at Marina Bay Sands.
It’s supper time. While in Singapore, the local spicy crab cannot be ignored. The best version of this dish is served at the Jumbo Seafood at Riverside Point. We advise you to attach a napkin to the collar and do not hesitate to use your hands. In addition, order the special fried buns (“mantu”), which can be used to collect the remnants of the wonderful sauce.
If you still have some energy left over, percussion dancing at the Zouk Club will help you get rid of it. It is located a few steps from the tower. If you are not in the mood for active movements, walk along the embankment of the river before going to bed.

Day Two


In the morning of the second day, it is recommended to leave the hustle and bustle behind and visit the Singapore Botanic Garden (a UNESCO World Heritage Site). Here you can spend many hours walking through the themed gardens, exploring the flower lawns and lush rainforests.When you’re done enjoying the greens, grab a cup of coffee at the local immigrant’s favorite place, Cluny Court, near the Botanical Gardens tube station.
A few stops by metro will take you to Little India. If your stomach is empty, head straight to the Tekka Center for oily roti prata (plain flour pancake) and murtabak (savory spring rolls). Once you are full, head to the second level of Tekka Center for a bird’s eye view of the scattering of colorful saree outfits below.
Finally, take a stroll through the nearby streets for aromatic spice shops, vibrant temples and interesting street art.


After Little India, it is worth looking into the future and visiting the fantastic Gardens by the Bay. Under two refrigerated domes, two climatic zones are recreated here: tropical and dry. You can walk along both of them, at the same time, having a rest from the heat of the day. Together with the high-tech Supertrees and the surrounding gardens, this masterpiece of urban planning is well worth a visit.
If you still have time and energy, take an afternoon strolling along the colorful paths of the Kampong Glam area. Here, fashionable boutiques coexist with traditional shops of oriental carpets and textiles. The area is also full of street musicians and great cocktail venues.


Singapore does not suffer from a shortage of world-class restaurants at all. Well-known establishments include Waku Ghin, Odette and Whitegrass.The trendy spots Ding Dong, Neon Pigeon, Artichoke and Cheek by Jowl will be less heavy on your wallet. If you need a budget dinner, head to the “Satay Street” establishment, where you can have a good and inexpensive meal under the local Tiger beer.
Cocktail lovers can spend the rest of the evening peeking into the various hidden establishments of Amoy Street. You can look for the Psychic neon sign that marks the entrance to the excellent Employees Only bar. Alternatively, stroll down the trendy Club Street, dotted with bars.
If nightlife is not your thing, you have the chance to get up close and personal with different nocturnal creatures at Night Safari, which is located next to Singapore Zoo. Enjoy a ride on a special tram through the open enclosures, which give the impression of a wild jungle with no less wild animals. Don’t worry: there is an imperceptible barrier between you and the dangerous beasts.
Finally, if you have room left for your last dinner on the island, check out Swee Choon, a nightclub that has been serving delicious dim sum for 40 years.

90,000 Best Halal Food Delivery Services

Published: 2021-10-01

  • What does it mean to be Halal certified?
  • Why is Halal certification important in Singapore?
  • Benefits of Halal Food Delivery
  • Here are some food service establishments in Singapore that offer halal food delivery services.
  • What to look for when ordering halal food delivery?

What does it mean to be Halal certified?

Did you know that halal in Arabic means “allowed”? Halal-certified food mainly refers to food items that are permitted to be consumed under Islamic law.

Products that are not halal or haram are strictly prohibited. This includes:

  • Meat from animals that were already dead before they could be slaughtered;
  • Pigs;
  • Dogs;
  • Intoxicating preparations; and
  • Alcohol

Halal food, however, is not just about eliminating pork and lard from the list of food ingredients in food preparation. The utensils and utensils used must also be halal, meaning they cannot be used to cook or touch pork.

In fact, there is a strict and well-defined process for food service establishments to obtain Halal certification.

For a food delivery service to receive Halal certification, they need to apply for Halal certification with the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapore (Muis), the Islamic body that regulates Muslim affairs in Singapore.

Why is Halal certification important in Singapore?

Singapore is a multiracial society made up of different races, namely Chinese, Malays and Indians.It also means that there are different groups of people with their own individual religious beliefs.

Halal certification is necessary to inform Muslim consumers that food prepared and sold by a particular food establishment is prepared using Halal methods and is safe for consumption in accordance with their religious laws.

Benefits of halal food delivery

Delicious Muslim-friendly food for your family or friends

Instead of preparing your own food, making sure it is prepared using halal methods, halal food delivery gives you the opportunity to have a wide variety of dishes without fuss!

If your friends or family are hungry for chicken rice, nasi lemak or desserts, you don’t have to spend all day preparing separate meals.Instead, a simple call or text message to a halal establishment is enough to order food!

You will save a lot of time by eliminating the need to physically go to diners.

It can take a long time to go down to the diner to order food. Now imagine that you came here just to find out that the diner is not Halal certified!

With halal food delivery services, you can be sure that the diner you order from is Halal certified.At the same time, you can enjoy fresh and hot meals delivered right to your doorstep from the comfort of your home. Think about how much time you would save traveling back and forth just to buy lunch or dinner for your family or friends.

Enjoy exclusive online food deals and all-inclusive discounts

The best thing about ordering halal food online is that you get the opportunity to enjoy exclusive online promotions and discounts on food! Some eateries may offer all-inclusive discounts that you may not be aware of when ordering food from their regular stores.

Halal food delivery ordering also gives you the option to use discount coupons or vouchers to offset your total bill, giving you the opportunity to recoup your money!

Here are some food service establishments in Singapore that offer halal food delivery services.

Halal Food Delivery



  • Specializes in Indian cuisine such as butter chicken and butter.
  • Halal Certified

View Grocery Packages website


  • 11 Cheong Chin Nam Rd, Singapore 599736
  • 201 D Tampines Street 21, # 01-1155, Singapore 599736
  • 970 Geylang Road, Al Azhar Geylang Serai, 423492 Complex, Singapore


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Operating hours

Depends on point of sale

9000 9002 0 9034


Everything is delicious

Special nity

  • Specializes in halal certified baked goods, desserts and main courses.
  • Offers free shipping on orders over S $ 250.
  • Only for orders on the same day, the order is always ready for pick-up within one hour, delivered within 2 hours.

See food menu here


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34 Arab Street 01-01, Singapore 199733


6291 4252

Operating hours

Tuesday – Sunday: 8.00 – 18.00

Office hours Daily, 11.00 – 22.00

Halal food delivery

Ayam Peñet Ria


    broken down.
  • Offers free island-wide shipping from $ 100.

View food menu here


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1 Sengkang Square # 01-34 Singapore 545078


65 6386 4748
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65 6386 4748

9000 /

Daily : 30

Halal food delivery

Beef bro

Specialty 9000 903

  • Recognized as the creator of Singapore’s first Mentaiko Beef Cubes,
  • Halal Certified Western Food
  • Pricing

    View Menu Here

    • 1 Northpoint Drive, # B2-134 Northpoint City, Singapore, 768019
    • 2 Tampines Central 5, # B1-38, Singapore, 529509
    • 1 Harbor Front Walk, Vivocity, # B2-K22, Singapore, 098585


    9791 0685

    Opening hours

    272 9000 Opening hours 272 9000 Opening hours – Fri: 11.30 – 14.30

    Halal food delivery

    Project Big Bowls


    • A Muslim-owned diner specializing in rice bowls and healthy foods.
    • Signature bowls include rice bowls with salmon.
    • Shipping Costs S $ 6 – S $ 10

    Request Rates



    # 02-90 Amoy Street Food Center Singapore, Singapore 069111



    2 6811027 Operating hours

    Halal food delivery

    Boon Lay Power Nasi Lemak

    Specialty 9000 903

    Specializes in signs – chicken set, which includes a chicken wing, ikan bilis, sambal and a fried egg.
  • Pickup and delivery available throughout the island
  • Pricing

    View the menu here


    https: //

    Stall 14, 101 Yung Sheng Road, # 01-01, Singapore, 618497


    Tue – Sun

    00:15 – 02:00

    08:00 – 23:45

    Halal food delivery

    Cahaya Halal


    • Specializes in halal Chinese cuisine.
    • Free shipping on orders over S $ 75.

    View the menu via the form here

    Website 9013HalalRestau273

    14, Scotts Rd, # 05-91 / 92, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213


    Order via the form here

    Opening hours 27

    from 11:30 to 21:00

    Proposed for seafood
  • Delivery and pickup is possible throughout island
  • Possibility to build your own seafood bucket / dish
  • 65271 9013

    Halal food delivery

    Cajun on wheels


  • Pricing

    View the menu here


    68 Orchard Rd, # 03-92, Singapore, 238839


    Daily, 12:30 – 21:30

    9000 Specialization 7 9000 noodles.
  • Serves Halal Chinese food.
  • Halal food delivery

    Denna’s kitchen



    View menu here


    Address Address

    127 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh # 02-25 Toa Payoh West Market Singapore 310127


    Contact via the form here

    Opening hours

    Tue00 – 15.00

    Halal food delivery

    Evertop in Hainan style with chicken and boneless rice

    Specialization and other Chinese dishes.

  • Island-wide delivery and pickup possible
  • Pricing

    View the menu here


    https: //

    Blk 354 Clementi Ave 2, # 01-259 Singapore, 120354


    6774132 Office hours

    Daily, 11:00 – 22:30


    9013 Halal Certified Pizzeria

  • Wide selection of pizzas available
  • Halal food delivery

    Gourmet takeaway pizza


    Pizza starts at $ 17.90.

    • KALLANG WAVE MALL @ SPORTS 90 HUBET, # 01-43 BLK 537, # 01-559, S (460537)



    Operating hours

    – 22 daily.00

    73 Contact

    Halal food delivery

    HJH Maimunah delivery



    View the menu here


    https: //
    • 20 Joo Chiat Road, # 01-02, Singapore, 427357
    • 11 Jln Pisang Singapore, 199078

    Opening hours

    View opening hours here

    Halal food delivery

    9027 Specialty

    Halal food delivery

    • Specializes in Korean fried chicken.
    • Offers exclusive collection for cars

    View the menu here


    • 78 Airport Blvd, # B1 – 247, Singapore, 819666
    • 78 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819666, Jewel Level 2 Drop-Off, Pillar 6 for Drive-Thru Collection, Singapore, 819666
    • 3 Gateway Dr, Westgate, # 02-05 Singapore, 608532


    9149 6606 (WhatsApp only)

    Hours of operation

    9027 store here


    Web website

    Halal delivery food

    Mines and pies


    • Specializes in egg cakes, pastries and coffee.
    • Island-wide shipping
    • 10% discount for orders over $ 300
    • Free shipping for orders over $ 150

    View menu here

    View stores here


    View contact details

    Opening hours

    You can view the opening hours of the respective outlets here

    Irving Place, # 03-01, [email], Singapore, 369546

    Halal food delivery

    Lean Bento



    Specialty 5
    • Specializes in healthy bento kits
    • Free shipping for orders over S $ 85.

    View the menu here



    Tel: 67504504

    Email: [email protected] / [email mail protected]

    Working hours

    Weekdays 10.00 – 19.00
    Saturday and Mon from 10:00 to 18:00
    Sunday closed

    73 Specialty

    Office hours 9000 9000

    Halal food delivery

    Le Fuse

    • Muslim-owned diner specializing in Sichuan and Mala.
    • A wide variety of Chinese food is available.

    View the menu here


    http: //

    47 Arab St, 199744 Singapore


    6612 8325

    Tue – Sun: 12:00 – 22:30

    Day off – Monday

    9000 Specialty

    9272 9000



    32 9013 opening hours of retail outlets can be found here

    Halal food delivery


    • Halal Certified Sushi & Salad Bowls
    • Customize your own sushi roll and salad bowl
    • Island-wide delivery and pickup available
    Pricing View
    https: //

    View stores here


    To view store contact details here

    Halal food delivery

    Tyka theory


      1 m island wide

    View the menu here


    https: //
    • # 02-12, [email is protected], 1 Lower Kent Ridge Road, Singapore, 119082
    • 18 Cross St, Cross St Exchange, B1- 110 Singapore, 048423



    Opening hours

    View opening hours 9359
  • 9070

    Halal Food Delivery

  • So Pho


    • Specializes in authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
    • We provide Vietnamese food and bento delivery right to your doorstep

    View the menu here


    .com sg /

    View stores here


    View store contact details here

    134 9272 Opening hours outlets here


    Halal food delivery

    Streats Cafe


    • Offers dim sum and Chinese food.
    • Islandwide shipping

    View the menu here


    https:// 90 Address

    View stores here


    View store contact details here

    Opening hours

    What to look for when ordering halal food delivery?

    If this is your first time ordering halal food delivery, please note the following points:

    Shipping costs

    Shipping costs usually vary from location to location.Some may offer a flat rate shipping fee regardless of delivery location. In other cases, shipping costs may vary depending on where you are staying and how far from the diner.

    If the shipping costs are significant, you are probably better off going to the store physically to pick up your order, or ordering from another dining room.

    Island Delivery vs. Destination Delivery

    When ordering halal food delivery, another consideration to keep in mind is whether the diner delivers island-wide or only to specific locations in Singapore.

    Some eateries have split delivery charges depending on the region of Singapore. Places such as Orchard, Newton and Raffles Place are generally considered the central regions of Singapore, while Jurong and Clementi are considered the western part of Singapore. Shipping costs may vary depending on the region the food is to be delivered to.

    Minimum order for food delivery

    Before choosing food delivery, be sure to check if there is a minimum order required for the diner to allow food delivery.Some eateries require you to meet a minimum order amount before you can choose to deliver food.

    The reason for the minimum order is to ensure that the diner will cost-effectively attract its own couriers. Imagine delivering a $ 3 food order with a $ 5 shipping fee. This is definitely disadvantageous for the diner as well as for you.

    Free Shipping Eligibility

    The good thing about halal food delivery services is that most eateries usually offer free delivery when your food bill is the minimum.This is definitely useful when you are throwing a big party or gathering a large number of guests.

    Halal food delivery service not only helps you save time and effort, but also enjoy the delivery of all food right to your doorstep without spending additional shipping costs!

    How to place an order

    Online ordering methods vary from place to place. Some eateries may have their own online order form, which allows you to place orders directly from the restaurant by viewing the prices of individual food items.Other eateries may prefer you to call or text them to place an order for your food, as they may not have the time or resources to track the online order form.

    You can also order halal food on certain food delivery platforms such as GrabFood or foodpanda. No matter where and how you order, always make sure the diner confirms your order and that you have an email or text confirmation.Otherwise, you might wait for a food order that never arrives.

    Editor’s Note:

    While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy and fairness of this list, we acknowledge that they may contain inaccuracies. Therefore, we strongly recommend that you contact the above service provider for the correct information and / or give us the correct information.

    If you are a service provider and would like to be included in this list (MediaOne reviews are read by hundreds of thousands of Singaporeans), please contact us at [email protected].IS FREE! Please allow up to 3 business days for us to review before modifying information or including your application.

    Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, Singapore | website

    Bathroom Toilet paper, Towels, Bidet, Towels / linens surcharge, Slippers, Private bathroom, Toilet, Free toiletries, Bathrobe, Hairdryer, Shower
    Bedroom Linen, Wardrobe or Closet, Alarm
    Outdoors Outdoor furniture, Sun deck
    Kitchen Dining table, Cleaning products, Toaster, Stove, Dryer, Kitchenware, Electric kettle, Washing machine, Microwave, Refrigerator, Kitchenette
    Room amenities Socket by the bed, Clothes dryer, Clothes hanger, Wooden or parquet floor, Ironing facilities, Trouser press, Iron, Air conditioning
    Services and supplements Wake Up Service, Wake Up Service / Alarm
    Domestic animals Pets are not allowed.
    Sports and recreation Mini Golf, Billiards
    Living area Dining Area, Sofa, Seating Area
    Media and technology Flat Screen TV, Laptop Safe, Cable Channels, CD Player, Radio, Telephone, TV
    Food and beverage Fruit Additional charge, Bottle of water, Wine / Champagne Additional charge
    Internet Free! Wi-Fi is available in the hotel rooms free of charge.
    Parking lot Parking spaces for people with disabilities, Secure parking
    Transport Shuttle, Airport shuttle (additional charge), Shuttle (additional charge)
    Reception desk Bills issued, Lockers, Concierge services, Newspapers, 24-hour front desk
    Entertainment and family services Kids TV networks, Baby safety gates, Books, DVDs, music for children, Babysitting / childcare Additional charge
    Cleaning services Trouser press Additional charge, Shoe shine, Ironing service Additional charge, Dry cleaning Additional charge, Laundry Additional charge
    Business center services Fax / photocopying Additional charge
    Safety Fire extinguishers, CCTV outside the building, CCTV in common areas, Smoke detectors, Security alarm, 24-hour security, Safe
    Availability Lift to access the upper floors
    Outdoor pool Free! Free access to all pools, Open all year round, Pool / Beach towels, Incremental pool
    Wellness Fitness / spa changing room with lockers, Massage chair, Steam room, Pool / beach towels, Hot tub / jacuzzi, Spa and wellness center, Fitness center
    Public areas Shared lounge / TV area, Library
    Miscellaneous Toilet with grab rails, Wheelchair accessible, Designated smoking area, Air conditioning, Non-smoking throughout, Lift, Family rooms, Facilities for disabled guests, Non-smoking rooms
    Staff speaks these languages ​​ English, French, Malay, Filipino, Chinese

    The Best of Hong Kong | GQ Russia

    To begin with, the first impression of Hong Kong can be a little … overwhelming.You will make your way through cramped alleys, countless neon signs, eateries full of steam and child, and roar and noise will rush from every corner. Hong Kong will push you out of your comfort zone – but you will be rewarded for it.

    The main island and other areas of Hong Kong are full of attractions, shops, museums, boats (worth a ride), trams, sports, historical and architectural sites. In a word, this is a big whirlpool, like London or New York, although at times it is too arrogant.In any case, this is one of the main points in the world, and everyone simply must visit this city.

    Best of Hong Kong

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    Best View . Climb every mountain! The Peak is quite rightly the most popular spot in the world: the view from it is magnificent! Look down from the top, and you will be captivated by the panorama: the view of the outskirts of the city, the famous harbor of Victoria and Kowloon, skyscrapers and green hills … All this makes you think about what a strange place this city was built in!

    An unforgettable thing – the very ascent to The Peak on the funicular.A dilapidated wooden booth is lifted with steel cables to a height of more than 350 meters at such an angle that it seems: the houses you are passing are lying! And when you go downstairs, it is both delightful and intimidating at the same time. Everyone will enjoy this trip. And the best view here is the one in front of you now. Keep your cameras ready!

    Main secret place. The southern part of Hong Kong Island has not yet been explored by tourists. I have been to Hong Kong before, but did not even suspect that it was worth going here.It’s like moving from New York to Thai beaches in minutes. I was amazed! Repul’s Bay (named after a British ship) is lined with apartments for celebrities and millionaires. It has great beaches, wildlife, tranquil countryside — plus world-class shopping, fine dining and entertainment — all minutes away from the Crazy North. The local caves and hiking trails can be explored for a whole week. Give me sunglasses!

    90,000 Where to Stay in Singapore: Best Areas & Hotels

    Singapore is the stunning capital of a country with a subtle culture, long traditions, culinary delights, ultra-modern architecture, clean streets and world-class shopping.A mixture of a huge number of cultures, religions and nationalities is one of the main reasons to visit this wonderful city. The main thing is to decide on the place of residence in advance, since the tourist demand for five-star hotels is quite high here.

    Waterfront Hotels

    Stay in one of the hotels along Singapore’s waterfront promenades. The river of the same name flows through the city, starting from the luxurious Marina Bay and ending at three embankments, where life rages at night.Bars and eateries serve classic Singaporean food, and restaurants along Robertson Quay are a favorite for couples looking to get a romantic break.

    Take a look at Swissotel Merchant Court Singapore with scenic waterfront views. It is housed in a colonial-style building amid gleaming skyscrapers and beautifully manicured gardens. Stylish rooms with sophisticated design are immensely popular, as well as the nearby metro station, from which you can reach any part of the city.

    Original Accommodation

    M Social Hotel Singapore is the perfect choice for those looking for a vibrant hotel room experience. The local interiors were designed by renowned French designer Philippe Starck, who took into account the local specifics and tried to reflect them in the color schemes of the rooms. Staying at this hotel will make your trip even more memorable, there is even a real robot that can deliver things right to your room!

    Champion Hotel City is an interesting boutique hotel located near the Singapore River, the rooms here are quite modest in size, but thought out as much as possible.The emphasis here is on making the most of the available space surrounded by nature, for example, with frescoes of orchids and plants, and glass panels with real greenery on the ceiling. Even luggage can be cleverly stowed under the bed, which is very convenient. From here it is only a 10 minute walk to the city center, which also makes it very convenient for guests.

    Orchard Road

    This area is the hub of shopping in Singapore. Shopping center chains attract people with designer boutiques and shops, here everyone will find something for themselves.Visit the historic Tang’s department store, which has been a staple of Singapore since 1932, for absolutely everything.

    The local hotels have a friendly and helpful staff who will do their best to make your stay as comfortable as possible. First of all, we are talking about Mandarin Orchard Singapore – a hotel surrounded by shops and restaurants. It is a gleaming, luxurious tower, and some of its rooms even have marble bathrooms.The hotel has three different Asian restaurants to choose from, making it a great gourmet option.

    Life is like shopping

    This chic and sophisticated Orchard Hotel Singapore is decorated in a traditional Chinese style with a European twist. From rain showers to pillow menu, upscale amenities at this 5-star hotel make your stay as comfortable as possible. Tourists can visit the large outdoor pool and babysitting services.There are four restaurants on site, one of which serves gourmet dim sum as well as other Cantonese delicacies.

    You will be pleasantly surprised by the rooftop pool at the 4-star Hotel Jen Orchardgateway, which offers great views of the city skyline. It’s the perfect place to come and relax after a long shopping trip or an equally busy night in the city. Rooms here are decorated with light woods and neutral colors, and large windows allow you to see absolutely everything that happens in the surrounding streets.

    Sea Bay

    The famous Sea Bay is home to some of Singapore’s most famous landmarks. It is here that the famous Marina Bay Sands skyscraper stands out on the city skyline with its whimsical boat-like silhouette. The bay is home to luxury designer shops, close to 5-star hotels and restaurants. A stay in the area is the perfect choice if you love luxury.

    You can even stay in one of the hotels located in a skyscraper.Staying at MBS, as the locals call it, is like traveling in a spaceship with all the amenities: there are 20 restaurants, a casino, an upmarket shopping mall and even a science and art museum.

    The 5-star Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore is located at the gateway to Singapore’s business district. It has several restaurants serving high quality food, outdoor pools, tennis courts, grocery stores and even a multi-award winning spa.


    Nestled among soaring skyscrapers, Chinatown is a popular tourist destination. The malls here sell incredibly mouth-watering food, and the shops sell a bunch of knickknacks. At night, a night market opens on Terengganu and Pagoda streets, where sellers sell a bunch of different goods at great discounts. The metro station is located in the very center of the quarter, so there will be no problems with transport accessibility.

    The futuristic Parkroyal on Pickering is reminiscent of an entire city created by nature itself.A large amount of open space filled with greenery and even waterfalls will delight all lovers of original architectural forms. There is nothing about this five star hotel that could disappoint its guests.

    Another hotel – Oasia Hotel Downtown, located in this quarter, is a tower made of red beams, which is braided by vineyards and greenery. This holiday complex underlines Singapore’s vision of becoming a green city, making it a hit with ecology enthusiasts.The Singapore City Gallery is located nearby, as well as the Design Museum, where you can find a huge number of interesting objects.

    Kampong Glam and Bugis

    This area is the center of Arab and Muslim culture in Singapore, where you can always buy real goods and products from the East. If you love Turkish and Lebanese cuisine, head to nearby restaurants for authentic oriental cuisine along with mint tea. It is an ideal area for budget travelers looking to immerse themselves in the depths of Singapore’s culture.

    The stylish Mercure Singapore Bugis is located near a metro station and many trendy eateries and bars. Since it is a branch of a large network with high demands on personnel and organization of work, you can count on quality services at relatively inexpensive prices.

    Hotel G Singapore is a great option for those looking to find accommodation at a relatively affordable price. This hotel is close to the stunning restaurants of Little India and Chinatown, making it a great choice for foodies looking to explore culinary Singapore.

    Little India

    It’s easy to forget you’re in Singapore when you walk the streets of Little India. The area is a fun and energetic branch of Indian culture, which has settled in Singapore with its own shops, restaurants and temples. This area is a real magnet for tourists who want to visit and save some money.

    Housed in a 1920s building, the Wanderlust Hotel is one of Singapore’s most budget-friendly accommodation options.All rooms here are different from each other, some of them resemble space playgrounds. From here it is only a seven minute walk to the metro station, which is very convenient.

    Perak Hotel is an alternative budget accommodation option in the area. There are many oriental cultural attractions nearby, such as the Indian Heritage Center and Kwan Im Thong Hood Hood. Within a 15-minute walk from the hotel, there are shopping centers with food courts where you can grab a bite to eat, and you can also grab a bite in the restaurant using the services of local cuisine.

    Sentosa Island

    The artificially created Sentosa Island invites visitors to Singapore to experience a luxurious beach resort and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere away from the city. It is home to a large number of classic Singapore style restaurants where expats and wealthy locals meet up with friends for lunch and good wine.

    One of the most luxurious hotels here is W Singapore – Sentosa Cove. It offers guests quiet, comfortable and spacious rooms, perfect for relaxation.There are special events for children, such as screenings of children’s films with free popcorn and hot chocolate, for the whole family.

    Le Méridien Singapore is housed in an elegant and meticulously restored 1940s colonial building opposite the monorail station. Visitors are offered comfortable and comfortable rooms, and high-quality service will appeal to all guests of the establishment.


    This area was once the local version of Red Light Street in Amsterdam, but it has been a long time since then, and today it is no different from any other in Singapore.It is worth stopping here if you are a foodie and want to sample all the local cuisine. There is no train station in the area, however you can get there by buses.

    Popular here is the comfortable, clean and convenient Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar. The rooms are simple but cozy, making them a good place for a restful night’s sleep. This hotel has a garden ideal for relaxing and a rooftop terrace with great views. The employees are as friendly as possible and are always ready to help their clients.

    Automatic machine Shu-mai (“Dim sum” Dim Sum, “Shumai”) ​​

    Automatic machine double line Shu-Mai (IMP-600)

    Unique design. Put the well-mixed dough and stufiing into the hoppers ANS switch on the machine. This will make the dough wrap, filling the filling form and send the products to the conveyor.


    Double line.


    • Height: 2000mm
    • Width: 1450mm
    • Length: 1100mm
    • Electricity: 220/380 / 415V, 50 / 60Hz, 3 phase, 3.25Kw
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    • : 700kgs

    2 double line 2 Thickness 04-0.5mm



    double line Single line double line 51-70g 20-50g
    Product width




    (Ujadjustable 902turn

    0.6-1.0mm 0.6-1.0mm
    Productivity (pcs / hour) 5000-6000 2500-3000 5000-6000

    • Double line Shumai machine HSM-600
      Putting the well-mixed dough and filling in the hoppers, after turning on the HSM-600, it will make the biscuit dough wrapper by pressing, pulling and cutting, fill the filling form, and send the products to conveyor automatically.
    • Advanced Design and Sanitation
      The machine is easy to assemble, clean and maintain.
      All food contact parts are made of food grade standard stainless steel and plastic. Sanitary and easy to operate.
    • Standardized products and high capacity
      The thickness of the shell and the weight of the filling are adjustable.
      90-2279 027.4-0.6mm
      Size Confectionery Product diameter Product height Thickness Confectionery Product weight
      60x60mm 25mm 13-17g
      65x65mm 30mm 25-29mm 0.4-0.6mm 18-22g
      70x70mm 35mm 0.6mm 23-25g

      Product weight: 14-25g / piece
      Productivity: 5000-6000 pieces / hour
    Food products obtained with this machine.

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