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7 Hotpot Restaurants In Singapore With Free Private Dining Rooms To Make You Feel Like A VIP

Hotpot in Singapore

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When it comes to large birthday gatherings, we tend to rent out party venues that can fit all our friends and family. But sometimes, a low-key meal with your BFFs or closer family members is all you want. While there are a ton of restaurants to choose from, a go-to dining option that’ll always warm the heart and tummy is a good ol’ hotpot.

Instead of sharing space with the rest of the crowd, enjoy your birthday like royalty at these hotpot restaurants in Singapore that have spacious private dining rooms for booking – all for free!

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1. Da Miao Hotpot – live “face-changing” opera performances

Private rooms with cushioned leather seats fit for 8 
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Hailing from China, Da Miao Hotpot features an extensive menu to choose from. Dive into atas ingredients like Wagyu Beef ($36) and Boston Butt ($13) – which, despite its peculiar name, is just yummy slices of marbled pork collar.

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Their Damiao Special Spicy Soup will leave you sweating and crying for mercy, so it’s best to order the Damiao Traditional Yuan Yang Soup Pot ($20) and balance the spice with a milder soup like Tomato Pig Bone or Fresh Mushroom.

“Face-Changing” opera performance
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Their cosy private rooms come with a total minimum spending of $500. Before heading into your private room, catch entertaining live performances of opera-style bian lian or “face-changing” and Chinese tea pouring that originate from ancient China.

Impressive Chinese tea pouring ceremony
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As you enjoy the shows, munch on Sichuan snacks like Glutinous Rice Cake with Brown Sugar ($6), which comes with a satisfying crunch and drizzles of sweet syrup.

Pro tip: Make your reservation via Facebook, WeChat or Weibo to get a 10% discount off your dishes.

Address: 3C River Valley Road, The Cannery,  #01-11, Singapore 179022
Opening hours: Mon – Thurs & Sun 11.30AM-10.30PM | Fri & Sat 11.30AM-3AM
Telephone: 6250 9969

2. Beauty In The Pot – open till 3AM

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As the name suggests, Beauty In The Pot is the hotspot for those searching for the fountain of youth. Packed with collagen, their range of soups will serve your skin and tummy well. Sip on their Beauty Collagen Broth which uses a medley of conpoy, chicken, pork bone and pig’s trotters. It’s boiled for many hours for a rich and thick consistency. 

Spicy Nourishing Broth and Beauty Collagen Broth
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The KINEX outlet in particular has everything bathed in hues of pink, from their chairs to luxe wall decor. Their private rooms come with a capacity of 10 and are available for booking without any extra cost or minimum spend required. Best of all, they’re open till 3AM so your celebration can go late into the night.

Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #03-38, KINEX, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: 11.30AM-3AM, Daily
Telephone: 6284 8820

3. JiangHu Hotpot – claw machine and game machine with over 130 titles

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Sichuan hotpot restaurant JiangHu Hotpot captivates at first sight with its garden-like decor. Filled with orange hues from the autumn leaves that hang delicately from atop, this restaurant looks like an ancient palace right out of a Chinese movie. 

Mixed Meatball Combo
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Try their hearty soup options like Pig Trotter Soup and order a serving of IG-worthy Mixed Meatball Combo ($15). Uniquely plated in a winding display, this selection includes handmade coriander pork balls, fish roe balls and lamb paste balls. Beyond the typical hotpot menu, they also have a buffet with an ice cream, popsicle and fruit bar. 

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Their private rooms are perfect for a midday hotpot, with natural light streaking in through wide floor-to-ceiling windows panes. With no minimum required spending or extra cost, each private room can house up to 10 people. Check out their claw machine and game machine with over 130 games on your way out!

Address: 799 New Upper Changi Rd, Bedok point, #03-01, Singapore 467351
Opening Hours: 11AM-11PM, Daily
Telephone: 8129 1929

4. COCA Restaurant – unique broths like coriander and flaming chicken

If Tom Yum and Mala are flavours you can’t live without, Thai-Chinese hotpot place COCA Restaurant is a must-try. Some ingredients to order are their House Special Shrimp Paste, Fortune Fish Paste and Thai Mama Noodle

Quadruple Pot with 4 Signature Soup Broth
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Get the best of 4 worlds with their Quadruple Pot to cater to everyone at the table. Other than their Merciless Mala and Healthy Chicken Collagen Broth, go for unique broths like Coriander Pot or Double Boiled Treasure that’s served with a flaming chicken!

Double Boiled Treasure with flaming chicken
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Upgrade your meal to a Premium Buffet to enjoy a free serving of Lobster Mala Xiang Guo per table. You’ll get to customise your bowl with up to 7 ingredients that’re deliciously stir-fried with mala paste and spices.  

Lobster Mala Xiang Guo
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Ranging from a seating capacity of 10 to 26 people, their private rooms are available with a minimum spending of $500 and $800 for lunch and dinner respectively. 

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Find their full list of outlets here.

5. Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant – 21 private rooms

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Boasting a whopping 21 private rooms that can each fit 14 people, Imperial Treasure Steamboat Restaurant is a good pick for your celebrations.

Their crowd-favourite Imperial Drunken Chicken Soup is cooked in rice wine and traditional Chinese herbs like ginseng and wild yam. They also offer a wide variety of live seafood, including King Tiger Prawn.

Fresh King Tiger Prawn
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Depending on the time and outlet of your choice, you’ll get to choose from various set menus starting from $118 for 2 during dinner. To enjoy a private room for free, simply spend a minimum of $120 per person.

Find their full list of outlets here.

6. Captain K – free Chilean crab during your birthday month

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While known for their Korean seafood tower, Captain K’s hotpot satisfies in its own right. After picking either a Single Soup Base ($16) or Double Soup Base ($20), fill up on their Korean soups like Korean Kimchi with cabbage and soft tofu, or Kombu Dashi, which is made with sea kelp and bonito flakes for an ultra umami taste.

In terms of dishes, they serve whole seafood dishes like Boston Lobster ($8.80 for 100G), Golden Pomfret ($22) and Hokkaido Scallops ($20 for 4 pieces).

Free Chilean King Crab when you visit on your birthday month
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Claim a free Chilean King Crab on your birthday month and live it up with additional Korean beers, Soju Bombs and Watermelon Soju.  

Each private room comes with a TV
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Each private room can fit up to 10 people with a minimum spending of $1,000 – but you’ll get an attractive 30% discount off your bill when you dine in after 9PM on Fridays, Saturdays, and eves of public holidays.

Address: 112 Middle Rd, Midland House, #01-00A, Singapore 188970
Opening hours: Mon – Fri 11.30AM-3PM & 5.30PM-11PM | Sat & Sun 11.30AM-3PM & 5PM-11PM
Telephone: 6255 5744

7. Shang Pin Hot Pot – no minimum spend required

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If you’re looking to go ballin’ on a budget, Shang Pin Hot Pot has tasty affordable options like hand-pulled Kongfu Noodles ($3) and Meat Festival ($24), a platter of pork, beef and mutton slices.

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For indecisive diners, save yourself the headache by ordering their Multi Flavour Soup Pot ($18) that comes with 3 broths. While their soup options might seem to be the usual flavours of tomato, chicken, and mushroom, they’re known to hit the spot. Try their Pig’s Stomach and Chicken with White Pepper Soup for a kick of spice!

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Book a VIP room for your hotpot party of up to 14 people without any extra charges or minimum spending. 

Address: 6 Raffles Blvd, Marina Square, #02-102/102A, Singapore 039594
Opening hours: 11AM-12AM, Daily
Telephone: 6565 7666

Hotpot private rooms in Singapore

Birthday celebrations are one of the rare occasions where breaking the bank over food takes the backseat. But you don’t have to book up a pricey private room to enjoy the occasion in a more intimate environment, thanks to these hotpot restaurants offering such rooms that don’t cost any more than your meal.

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Tóng Lè Private Dining | Top 25 Restaurants

Diners on the upper level are offered a gorgeous view of the Marina Bay waterfront, and with Tong Le being one of only two restaurants in Singapore housed in a revolving tower, they complete one panoramic tour within two hours.

Tong Le Private Dining is operated by Tung Lok Group, which owns and manages more than 40 prominent restaurants in Singapore, Indonesia, China, Japan and India. The restaurant opened in 2012, in the OUE Tower, a restored heritage building. The cuisine is essentially premium Chinese. There is also an eight-seat sushi bar, Sushi Mieda Singapore, which is in collaboration with renowned Japanese kaiseki master chef Nobumasa Mieda, who is based in Hokkaido; Keisuke Ohno is the chef in charge.

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Level 10 of the restaurant offers diners a selection of eight exclusive dining rooms as well as four cosy dining areas. Chic, dark wood furniture in the restaurant exudes elegance. Level 8 offers three luxuriously furnished rooms, complete with karaoke facilities stocked with over 60,000 songs. Styled by The Link Home, each private room on this level is decorated with distinctively designed plates and cutlery.

As befits a private dining establishment, the service is very personal and respectful, tending towards old-fashioned courtesy.

A number of set menus are offered, the listing changed on a monthly basis and also to take advantage of seasonal items. Lunch menus include a dim sum menu. Most of the menus are for a minimum of two persons. The cuisine is essentially classic-cum-modern Chinese, with top quality ingredients, but the kitchen is skilled in infusing items such as truffles when in season, for which there is a special menu. A hairy crab menu is presented during the season. There is also a vegetarian menu. The wine list is very extensive and varied.

S$78 to S$250

The revolving restaurant is certainly a huge attraction, as is the idea of private dining, and this is very much a venue to impress.

9 Singapore restaurants with private dining rooms to impress your guests, Lifestyle News

It’s almost like dining in your own home.

These top-notch restaurants offer private dining rooms perfect for meetings, parties, and birthday celebrations.

*Covid Update: Remember to check ahead and make your reservations with these restos. Also, let’s keep our group gatherings small (maybe, 5?). Mask up, practice social distancing, and embrace the new normal.

1. Summer Pavilion

Summer Pavilion is Singapore’s top spot for Cantonese cuisine crafted with finesse. The one-Michelin-starred restaurant has equally fine interiors to match, and six private dining rooms that can accommodate groups of various sizes ranging from 8 to 30.

The names of Summer Pavilion’s smaller private dining rooms are inspired by Chinese flora, such as Wisteria, Plum, Pine, Elm and Bamboo. Each space features a handsome alcohol cabinet stocked with wines, liquors and spirits.

The largest private room, the Garden Suite, which can house up to 30 guests, makes the perfect venue for hosting corporate events or celebrating extended family reunions.

It boasts a separate entrance as well as a living room with plush sofa seating, great for pre-dinner cocktails or post-meal cognacs. The modern space is also equipped with a wireless keyboard, three built-in LCD projectors and three screens.

A minimum spending of $1,000 is applicable for bookings of 10 guests or less, and $2,500 for bookings of 20 to 30 guests. This amount excludes beverages.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Ave, 039799. Tel: 6434 5286. For more information, visit Summer Pavilion.

2. Les Amis

French fine dining stalwart Les Amis boasts four private rooms: one on the first level and three on the mezzanine floor.

The private room on the first level, next to the wine cellar, is the Chef’s Table that overlooks the kitchen through a glass window.

It can seat a total of six guests. The three private rooms on the mezzanine floor are connected and can be merged to form one long private dining room for bigger parties of up to 36 guests.

All three private rooms are decked with dazzling chandeliers, as well as antique dining tables and chairs imported from Britain and Italy.

For your feast, Les Amis recommends that guests opt for the Tasting Menu, which features the season’s finest ingredients. The restaurant also has an encyclopedic wine list to boot, and sommeliers are always at hand to assist with wine pairings.

1 Scotts Road #01‐16 Shaw Centre. Tel: 6733 2225. For more information, visit Les Amis.

3. Rang Mahal

Well-established fine dining Indian restaurant, Rang Mahal, has a private dining room that can seat up to 20 persons, and suitable for a formal dinner or birthday celebrations.

Within its elegant private dining area is a relaxation corner where you can unwind before and after your meal. You can have the option of choosing dishes off the menu, or request for something specially created for your occasion as they can customise the dishes according to your preference.

Rang Mahal also offers a large variety of wines to pair with your meal. The minimum spend starts from $1,500 for lunch and $1,800 for dinner.

Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, 039595. Tel 6333 1788. For more information, visit Rang Mahal.

4. Yoshi

The rebranded Yoshi (formerly Kaiseki Yoshiyuki) features one private dining room, which can seat up to eight persons. At this authentic Kyoto kaiseki with a kappo-style setting, there is no minimum spend or minimum number of persons.

As it’s based on the room’s availability, you will have to call at least three days in advance to book the space. Food-wise, Chef Yoshiyuki Kashiwabara can create a customised kaiseki-style menu for your guests.

You will only need to let the restaurant know about your preferences when you make reservations. The menu prices will differ according to the level of customisation.

Forum The Shopping Mall, #B1-39, 583 Orchard Road, 238884. Tel: 8188 0900. For more information, visit Yoshi.

5. Artemis Grill

This restaurant and bar features sustainable, seasonal Mediterranean cuisine. Not only does it pride itself in using only the finest organic produce, it also ensures that the seafood it acquires is sustainably sourced.

Artemis Grill houses a chic indoor parlour with floor-to-ceiling windows that offer scenic views of Singapore’s city and coastline.

Catering to corporate events or private gatherings, the restaurant allows guests the option between a single private room, which can hold up to 16 guests, or combined private rooms, which can hold up to 40 guests.

Minimum spending for a group of 10 is around $1,400.

CapitaGreen Rooftop (Level 40), 138 Market St. 048946, Tel: 6635 8677. For more information, visit Artemis Grill.

6. Zafferano 

This contemporary Italian restaurant has fine cuisine and wine to match. Zafferano features two exclusive dining rooms for events or gatherings.

Elegant furnishing coupled with sweeping views of the Singapore’s skyline makes for a luxurious ambience.The private dining room can seat up to 22 guests, and even has a private entrance for that added exclusivity.

The wine room is designed for more intimate gatherings, and can seat up to 12 guests. Offering an exquisite range of menus – as well as the option to customise one’s own menu – one can expect a truly personalised dining experience.

Minimum spending for the wine room is $800 for lunch, while the minimum spending for the private dining room is $1,000 for lunch. Both rooms have a minimum spending of $1,500 for dinner.

Ocean Financial Centre, Level 43, 10 Collyer Quay, 049315, Tel: 6509 1488. For more information, visit Zafferano.

7. Tong Le

Perched on the top of a revolving tower, Tong Le boasts stunning views of the Marina Bay and an exclusive dining experience.

This restaurant holds exclusive private dining rooms as well as three luxuriously furnished rooms for gatherings and events. Indulge in delectable cuisine in lavishly decorated rooms. An added touch: the extensive karaoke facilities.

OUE Tower, Level 8 & 10, 60 Collyer Quay, 049322, Tel: 6634 3233. For more information, visit Tong Le.

8. Dom Pérignon Plénitude Suite at Stellar at 1-Altitude

Perched on the 62nd floor of One Raffles Place and nestled inside Stellar at 1-Altitude, this eight-seater private dining room (called the Plenitude Suite) boasts sweeping views of the Marina Bay.

But when the lights dim and the meal commences, it’s the dining table that quite literally sets the stage for the evening, not only in the multi-course feasts by executive chef Christopher Millar, but also in the light projections that illuminate the entire table.

Those who have dined at Ultraviolet by Paul Pairet in Shanghai might find the audiovisual theatrics familiar, but here, Millar has a few more surprises up his sleeve, one of which involves guests being blindfolded as servers set the scene for a twinkling finale.

As the Plenitude Suite was developed in collaboration with French champagne house Dom Perignon, diners can expect to sip on vintages – such as the Dom Pérignon Oerothèque Rosé 1993, Dom Pérignon P2 1995 and Dom Pérignon Rosé 1988 Magnum – that are not available anywhere else in Singapore.

A dedicated suite concierge can help to arrange for limousine transfers, live entertainment, and more.

One Raffles Place, Level 62, 1 Raffles Place, 048616. Tel: 6438 0410. For more information about the Dom Perigon Plenitude Suite, visit Stellar at 1-Altitude.

9. The Black Swan

One can expect a luxurious private dining experience like no other.

Hidden away from plain sight, The Black Swan private dining room is located in the original bank vault of the building — refurbished and transformed to take on a stunning and stylish look.

The building itself is a restored 1930s landmark — having housed the Kwangtung Provincial Banks in the past — located at the heart of Singapore’s Central Business District.

The Black Swan can accommodate 12 guests and minimum spending starts from $1,000.

Covid Update: The Black Swan is temporarily closed for now as they need a little more time re-opening their doors. Keep a lookout for more updates on their website here.

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10 Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore: The 2021 List

The best Chinese restaurants in Singapore show Chinese cuisine at its best. You can look forward to the freshest, most vibrant combinations of spices and ingredients at these establishments — basically heaven for lovers of Chinese dishes.

Whether you’re looking for sweet and sour pork, tofu, wantons, dumpling, or the famous Peking roasted duck, let’s go over the top establishments serving this food on the island. Below is our list of the best Chinese restaurants in Singapore!

1. Yàn 宴中餐馆

If you’re looking for a Chinese restaurant in Singapore that serves authentic Cantonese cuisine, Yan is your bet. Located within the National Gallery Singapore, Yàn 宴中餐馆 alludes to both its name and its artistic setting with a ‘feast’ of exquisite Cantonese flavours, served with sincerity and heart by the head chef and their team of chefs.

Be it a formal corporate lunch, a convivial dinner, a wedding or a private event, the dining experience at Yàn truly is a remarkable feast for the stomach, eyes and soul.

Service Highlights

  • Yàn 宴中餐馆 is nestled inside National Gallery Singapore
  • Explore a spectrum of enjoyment encompassing superbly executed flavours in a repertoire of traditional Cantonese dishes, completing the continuum of pleasures from simple soulfulness to refined flavours, communal to individual, and warm cosiness to high elegance. Reservation options
  • The versatile choices of seating within its 2,700 sq-ft space reflects a sense of largesse at Yàn: three private dining rooms, cosy booth seats, larger tables, even the entire restaurant, can be put at the service of any size of group

Customer Reviews

Yan has plenty of rave reviews online, with many Singaporeans saying they are the choice for the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore. 

5.0-star Google Review from Nic X:

“Yàn has been on my to-try list for a while and we were well pleased with the food! Definitely one of the best Chinese restaurants in town. Great ambience coupled with delicate dim sum, well-balanced flavours and food prepared to perfection, literally Chinese fine dining at its best. We ordered the lunch set menu that provided great value for all that was offered. Will definitely be back!” 

2. MYO

BEST FOR  Classic home-style Cantonese dishes
ADDRESS 38 Robinson Road, Oxley Tower, Lobby 1, #19-01 Singapore, 068906
CONTACT DETAILS 9026 0718 or 6931 1247
OPERATING HOURS Saturday: Closed


Sunday, Monday to Friday: 11am–3pm, 5–10pm

Perhaps you’re looking for a nice Chinese restaurant in Singapore that serves classic home-style Cantonese cooking? MYO is your best option for that, with lovely surroundings to boot!

MYO is a resto-bar that is probably best-known for its clay pot chicken dish. Interestingly enough, that dish had the humblest start: it was originally just a staff meal.

Staff meal or not, a good Chinese restaurant in Singapore will make even the simplest dishes into a quick crowd favourite. And that’s what MYO exactly did.

Anyway, if you’re currently on a vegetarian diet or just starting out a healthy lifestyle, there is no need to worry about being distracted once you’ve stepped inside the restaurant. There are wonderfully nutritious and vegetarian dishes on the menu.

While savouring the enticing dishes, you’ll also be able to enjoy the breathtaking view of Singapore’s Central Business District. Overall, this is a great place to go if you want a nice ambience to go with your meal.

Service Highlights

  • Minimalist yet classic interiors
  • Takeaway value meals
  • Healthy dishes

Customer Reviews

MYO Restobar has received a lot of praise and compliments because of its excellent staff service, variety of nutritious menu options, and authentic Chinese dining experience.

Ben Chang recommended the place and gave this 5-star feedback on Google Reviews:

“I will give it a five star for an unpretentious Chinese restaurant in the middle of Cbd area. Reasonable price, good food, dim sum with big prawns. The best part I noticed, they only charge 10% service charge so gst is included I the price !! Recommend the claypot chicken, soft succulent chicken, flavourful cabbage, with gravy that goes perfectly with rice. The brown rice is pretty soft so to make yourself feel better, maybe you should order that !

Perfect place for a friends gathering which you are paying or going Dutch. If someone else is buying, go majestic at one marine !” 

3. Summer Pavilion 

Sometimes, you’re after Chinese fine dining in Singapore for that special date, occasion, or maybe you just deserve a special treat. The Summer Pavilion is a go-to of many for those reasons.

Located at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Summer Pavilion is designed with luxurious and contemporary interiors that will let you have a fancy dining experience while exploring authentic Cantonese cuisine and an exquisite wine selection.

Summer Pavilion has earned a Michelin star for four consecutive years, making them one of the best restaurants not just in Singapore but also around the world.

Both à la carte and set menus are available for special occasions, extended family reunions or business discussions. Plenty of diners consider Summer Pavilion to be the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore with a Michelin star. 

Service Highlights

  • Event packages
  • Creative and stylish tableware
  • Six private dining rooms that may accommodate groups of various sizes ranging from intimate parties of eight to larger celebrations of up to 30
  • Specialty teas from Tea Bone Zen Mind

Customer Reviews

Customers mostly recommend them because of the quality of the cuisine, service, and location. Nothing more need be said other than that they have a Michelin star, really.

Still, if you need more information, Thomas Lew shared this experience on Google Reviews:

“It’s a very exquisite place to have a meal. Came here for dinner and had the privilege of a private room and a personal staff in waiting. She is really very good and attentive taking care of all our needs. The menu was pre-ordered and recommended by the restaurant. All the dishes were delicious and elegantly presented. Be prepared to dig deep into your pocket.”

4. Jade

Jade is a Chinese restaurant in Singapore that has been serving prime quality dishes that embrace the historic traditions of Cantonese cooking styles. The place can accommodate over a hundred guests, so it’s also a great location for big events.

Being one of the main highlights of The Fullerton Hotel, this restaurant is built with a sophisticated design that emphasises the heritage of the country. Their design and location often make them a top choice for fine dining at a Chinese restaurant in Singapore. 

When it comes to their menu, they have dim sum treasures that include signature dishes and vegan meals. They also regularly add novel dishes to the menu.

Service Highlights

  • Celebration menu and packages
  • Various dining options and offers
  • Wedding venue

Customer Reviews

Despite being located at a prestigious hotel, Jade’s value for money has made them a top choice by many for a stylish affordable Chinese restaurant in Singapore for 2020.

Many also like the fusion dishes that they come up with every now and then.

Melvin Yeo expressed his thoughts on Google Reviews:

“Tried the “Taste of Nostalgia” menu. Nice fusion taste of east and west. The food still maintains the authencity of Cantonese cuisine with some addition that spice up the dish. I like the ambiance as it is decorated with light colours but still having the usual Chinese restaurant setting. Highly recommend to those who need to host foreign friends or guest.”

5. Putien

An award-winning restaurant, Putien serves Chinese cuisine in Singapore that provides personal and premium menu sets for both locals and tourists. The name comes from a region in China where nature can be seen in its most heavenly form, surrounded by seas and mountains

Customers will surely feel like they’re in heaven too as they taste the specially-curated seafood dishes. Their menu consists of organic ingredients and focuses on freshness.

Pescetarians and seafood lovers both consider this to be one of the top Chinese restaurants on the island.

Service Highlights

  • Comfort food
  • Takeaway promotions

Customer Reviews

One of the reasons Putien is in this list is that its staff have a sincerity and heartwarming attitude to service that has captured the hearts of many visitors and locals. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that they offer some of the best seafood dishes in Singapore too, as far as locals are concerned.

A reviewer from Google Reviews recommended some of the restaurant’s best dishes and wrote:

“Sophisticated Chinese food, great ingredients and taste. Well served portions, nice environment and friendly staff (the waitress pilled the plum, patiently for one of our friends). The pork pawns full of collagen under a crispy skin is a must-try dish at this superb restaurant.” 

6. Mitzo

BEST FOR  Contemporary Chinese cuisine, traditional cocktails
ADDRESS Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road Singapore 238857
CONTACT DETAILS  +65 6603 8855
OPERATING HOURS Lunch: 12pm to 2.30pm


Dinner: 6.30pm to 10.30pm

Supper: 10.30pm to 1am (Thur to Sat; eve of Public Holidays)

Bar: 12pm to 1am (Sun to Wed), 12pm to 2am (Thur to Sat; eve of Public Holidays)

Mitzo is a Singapore Chinese restaurant that combines contemporary Chinese cuisine with traditional cocktails. Mitzo’s interiors exude intimacy and comfort, an ideal place for closed gatherings with family and friends.

The chefs here bring out the authentic taste of Chinese cuisine by using high-quality ingredients and innovative methods. The specialities of this restaurant do not only include food either — they also take pride in their cocktails.

With upbeat music and stylish space, customers will be able to enjoy a memorable cocktail experience.

Service Highlights

  • Aesthetic and modern setting
  • Beverage programme
  • Compelling promotion sets

Customer Reviews

Customers of Mitzo love the wide range of menu sets that they can choose from. This gives them a chance to fully explore Chinese cuisine and the culture at their leisure.

A reviewer left this review on Google Reviews:

 “A chic and modern restaurant that serves up delicious and modern twist to traditional Chinese cuisine. The bbq pork is a must try. Service was attentive and personal. Overall a wonderful experience, worth a repeat visit!”

7. Yi Jia South Village Seafood Restaurant

BEST FOR  Chinese seafood cuisine
ADDRESS 550-552 Macpherson Rd

Monday to Sunday, 11:00 – 23:00

Yi Jia Seafood Restaurant offers a laidback ambience and neighbourhood eatery feel with the passionate chefs at Yi Jia serving up extraordinary Chinese seafood at excellent prices. Located along Macpherson Road, Yi Jia South Village is the perfect location for a celebratory meal with friends, family, or big groups.

Service Highlights

  • Serves lunch, dinner and drinks
  • Takes Reservations
  • Walk-Ins Welcome
  • Good For Groups amd Good For Kids
  • Take Out
  • Delivery
  • Catering
  • Outdoor Seating

Customer Reviews

5-star Google Review from Ziggy C.:

“Food is good and reasonably priced for a neighbourhood standard. Caters for big groups. They have both indoor and outdoor seatings. If you would like indoor seating, it will be better to make a reservation in advance as it usually gets crowded during dinner time. 

8. Shang Social

BEST FOR  Authentic and contemporary Chinese cuisine
ADDRESS Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard, #01-219 to 222, Singapore 819666
CONTACT DETAILS +65 63460260
OPERATING HOURS DINING: 11:30am – 2:30pm, 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Last Order 9:30pm)


MRK: 9am – 11pm (Last Order 9:30pm)

Shang Social embodies the traditions of Chinese cuisine with a twist. With the most renowned chefs in the country, the restaurant serves a variety of flavours that show off the genuine taste of Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan regional dishes.

There’s a division of their dining areas, which cater to formal, casual, and cosy gatherings or meet-ups. If you need dynamic restaurants where you can experience different parts of China’s culture, this is the place to be!

Service Highlights

  • Three contemporary dining spaces
  • Exclusive accommodations and premium servings
  • Special promotions 

Customer Reviews

Customers are highly impressed with the Shang Social’s broad range of menus and dining areas. Different parties holding events at the establishment say they were all pleased by their experiences.

James Loo had a blast at the restaurant’s vibrant cuisine and shared some food tips on Google Reviews:

“Interesting restaurant. The casual dining area is opened the whole day while the fine dining has a break in the afternoon. Do book a table if you’re going for the fine dining. Tables are limited. While you’re there, try the ice cream. The Yunna Ham ice cream and the Yunnan Pu Er ice cream are a must try. Go for separate servings to taste the individual flavour, and then mix both for a surprising yet amazing third flavour!” 


BEST FOR  Authentic Chinese cuisine; awarded as Singapore Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2016
ADDRESS 2 College Road (Alumni Medical Centre) Singapore 169850
CONTACT DETAILS +65 6473 6686
OPERATING HOURS Business hours (daily):
11:30AM – 2:30PM
5:30PM – 9:30PM

Intertwined with Swee Kee Eating House’s history, Ka-Soh has become a house-hold name in the Singapore. Founded by Tang Tat Cheong in 1995, the brand came to be from the nickname which regular customers gave to Swee Kee Eating House. Presently, Ka-Soh has since established footprints in Malaysia and Indonesia, with Ka-Soh Restaurant in Outram being awarded as Singapore Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2016.

Service Highlights

Customer Reviews

5-star Google review from SingWei Wong:

“My fav to go lunch place for a rainy day, the signature fish noodles is as good as day 1. Surprised that this Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurant is not as busy as expect. The prawn paste chicken n prawn rolls are very nice too.” 

10. Eat at Taipei

Coupling the top favourite Taiwanese street delicacies with trendy desserts, Creative Eateries embarks on a bold dining concept called Eat at Taipei that emulates the many fascinating characteristics of Taiwanese street food subculture. Eat at Taipei offers a variety of classic Taiwan favourites such as Oyster & Pork Intestines Mee Sua (大肠蚵仔面线), Tainan Seafood “Coffin” Toast (官財板), and Rao He Braised Beef Noodles (红烧牛肉面).

Service Highlights

    • Their Taiwan Street Snacks section are updated regularly, with the latest additions being the savoury Hualian Spring Onion Pancake and the juicy Braised Pork Buns.
    • Pairing these Taiwanese delights are the quintessential beverages and desserts, from the all-new Yogurt Smoothie series (酸奶冰沙系列) to the specially curated Taiwanese desserts, and other the sweet indulgences

Customer Reviews

5-star Google review from Wang Wang:

“Staff were friendly and helpful in terms of helping with the selections of food and what to recommend. They are attentive to towards what you need and will provide further assistance if need be.

Food and beverage duration didn’t take too Long for non-peak period. Overall, a pleasant dining experience.” 

11. Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant

Indian Chinese cuisine was born in Tangra, located on the east of Kolkata, the only China Town in India. Fifth Season Tangra Chinese Restaurant aims to bring the fusion of this flavorful cuisine in Singapore.

Service Highlights

    • Takes Reservations
    • Walk-Ins Welcome
    • Good For Groups and Good For Kids
    • Take Out
    • Delivery
    • Catering
    • Waiter Service
    • Outdoor Seating

Customer Reviews

5-star Facebook review from Ishita Deshmukh:

“Fifth Season has a good range of vegetarian and non vegetarian choices. The food was very good and very quick service. Would certainly recommend it for those who like indo-chinese food. 

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, the flavorful dishes at these restaurants will surely sate your appetite! So next time you wake up in the middle of the night with a grumbling tummy, don’t just search for a “Chinese restaurant near me”. Tell us which of these restaurants you ended up visiting and what dishes you had too!

If you want to explore even more Chinese restaurants, by the way, check out our list of where to get the best dim sum in Singapore too. You’ll be glad you did, we promise you!

*Images are taken from each company’s official websites/social media.

Establishments Detail – Peach Blossoms @ Marina Mandarin Hotel

A celebrated Chinese restaurant since its opening in 1987, Peach Blossoms (鸿桃轩) has established its name as one of the restaurants serving traditional and contemporary Cantonese fare, as well as unique dim sum delights. 


Diners may enjoy their meals in a cosy and contemporary oriental ambience at Peach Blossoms dining hall, which offers a seating capacity of 160. Exclusive gatherings can be held in any of their four private dining rooms, including The Chef’s Table, which is decked with show plates and intricate rosewood furniture.


Signature dishes include Roasted Tomahawk Steak in “Xinjiang” Style accompanied with Green Papaya Salad, Flambéed Chinese Wine Spring Chicken, Tom Yum Soup with “Otak” served in Whole Coconut and Chilled Abalone with Konbu and Jelly Fish served with Yuzu Sauce. Not to be missed is the Chilled Almond Cream with Hashima served in Coconut, an excellent dessert to top off the meal. A selection of premium teas, including the Lion’s Peak Green Tea (狮峰龙井) and the Yellow Treasure Flower Tea (桂花黄金), complements the specialities.


Dim sum, a favourite among regulars, is available during lunch on the à la carte menu, as well as à la carte buffet menu. Special highlights include Pan-fried Foie Gras with Smoked Duck served on Mantou, Baked Lobster with Cheese, as well as the new Delightful Four Dim Sum Platter that features Steamed Octopus Dumpling with Chilli Shrimp Paste and Steamed Mushroom Dumpling with Black Truffle.


Peach Blossoms is located at level 5 of Marina Mandarin Singapore.

Tel +65 6845 1118
Address Level 5 Marina Mandarin, 6 Raffles Boulevard Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Hours Lunch:

Monday to Friday: 12.00pm – 3.00pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday: 11.00am – 3.00pm


Daily: 6.30pm – 10.30pm

Cuisine Cantonese


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restaurant, not laid out by me on the eve of the apocalypse.

Saturday. 21 March. At one time in this part of Zastavskaya Street, I came a couple of times to the bath-“laundry” complex for washing and health-improving procedures.Then there were completely depressing industrial views, but now quite prosperous residential facades with a landscaped territory opened up. The institution is precisely located in the alignment of these very territories.

We arrived almost for the opening, and therefore, inside, except for the staff, there was no one. The interior is simple, even too much, and does not carry anything Asian in itself. Neutral sofas around the perimeter, the hall is divided by a high counter, which is more suitable for drinking alcohol than for holding gastronomic events.The only digestible design delight is a wall with living plants twining along a string. They took refuge there. True, I had to ask to reduce the power of the air conditioner, the coolness from which even to such a lover of frosty air seemed excessive.

The menu is huge. We spent a lot of time studying it. I found several items for a second visit, but I didn’t have time.
Very high quality snacks with whole filling, where the full spectrum of ingredients is felt.Spring rolls with duck are crispy, the duck ingredient is wonderful, the sauce is bright. Dim Samy “Har gao with shrimp”, on the contrary, shines with the most delicate shell that envelops a dense shrimp.
Salad with fried pork belly. Vegetables are neutral. I remember an interesting cold brisket. First fried, and then brought to a completely cooled state.

Bak kut te. Singaporean pork ribs soup. The name beckoned. The smell beckoned. It tastes like a regular broth with pliable meat that easily separates from the bone.The case when simplicity is better than some culinary tricks.
Kimchi soup with pork. The traditional Korean brew has little resemblance. Rather, sour cabbage soup, and the daily allowance, the very ones under a sweaty pile. And the declared “two peppers” are so completely lost in the wilds of the kitchen. The case when you are waiting for freaks, but you get out of place your own soup.

Chicken in red Thai curry. The same “two peppers” remaining in history. It looks more like a dish, if you combine it as part of a complex lunch, stuck between the first and second.The liquid content is too high. Although a very tasty option. I saw potatoes there – I was very surprised.
Pad Thai. “The pungency can be adjusted by the guest.” They did not regulate anything, because initially they did not pay attention, and the young lady did not offer it. On top of the egg mesh, which cannot be mixed with the noodles due to the prohibitive “hardening”. The dish looks pretty, but ugly. The mass is impressive, but there are not many shrimps. The noodles themselves are decent.

The service is generally friendly, but somewhat detached.Of the trends that are starting to hover in the air of a thunderstorm, it is worth noting black latex gloves on the waitress’s hands, which she constantly took off and put on. A musical format from my school youth, when Sandra was considered the standard of beauty with her bouffant and perm. Nostalgia … I hoofed under Maria Magdalena.

A fairly confident establishment of a regional scale without interior claims, mainly, of course, for the inhabitants of nearby neighborhoods. However, what will happen next is generally unclear.

Singapore | Country Information | Prices | Cities | Housing

Singapore is a country located on islands in Southeast Asia. It is impossible to accurately name the area of ​​the city-state, since it increases every year due to the purposeful washing of territories.

Until the middle of the 20th century, it was a poor and corrupt country. In a short period of time, it was able to become an international financial center. This success of the country entered the history textbooks as the “Singaporean economic miracle.”

Singapore can definitely be called a cosmopolitan city: different cultures, traditions and religions coexist here. Most of the country’s population is Chinese, Malays and Indians. At the same time, at the state level, there is no prevalence of any nation. This is evident in 4 national languages: Mandarin, Tamil, Malay and English. All Singaporeans are bilingual: they speak their national language and English.

Singapore is a city of contrasts. In architecture, lifestyle and even food, oriental – Chinese, Malay and Indian – cultures and European traditions are intertwined.Thus, modern whimsical glass towers coexist with parks full of exotic plants.

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Cost of Living and Prices of Goods in Singapore

90,045 Restaurants 90,046
Lunch Inexpensive restaurant 1 person 9 USD
Lunch Middle class restaurant 2 persons 43 USD
Lunch McMeal at McDonald’s 1 PC. 5 USD
Drinks Local beer 0.5 liters 6 USD
Drinks Imported beer 0.33 liters 7 USD
Drinks Coke / Pepsi 0.33 liters 1 USD
Drinks Water 0.33 liters 1 USD
Drinks Cappuccino Portion 4 USD

Products Water 1.5 liters 1 USD
Products White fresh bread 500 BC 2 USD
Products Eggs 12 pcs. 2 USD
Products Milk 1 liter 2 USD
Products Bow 1 kg. 2 USD
Products Cabbage 1 head 2 USD
Products White rice 1 kg. 2 USD
Products Potato 1 kg. 2 USD
Products Tomatoes 1 kg. 2 USD
Products Local cheese 1 kg. 16 USD
Meat Chicken fillet 1 kg. 6 USD
Fruit Apples 1 kg. 3 USD
Fruit Bananas 1 kg. 2 USD
Fruit Oranges 1 kg. 3 USD
Alcohol Middle class wine 1 bottle 22 USD
Alcohol Local beer 0.5 liters 4 USD
Alcohol Imported beer 0.33 liters 5 USD
Cigarettes Marlboro 1 pack 9 USD

Public transport One Way Trip 1 ticket 1 USD
Public transport Transport Transport card 72 USD
Taxi Starting rate Landing 3 USD
Taxi Trip 1 km. 0 USD
Taxi Waiting 1 hour 13 USD
Fuel Gasoline 1 liter 1 USD
Car Purchase Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline 1 PC. 86.198 USD

Sports Fitness center, subscription 1 month 91 USD
Sports Tennis court, rent 1 hour 9 USD
Leisure Cinema, international film 1st place 9 USD

Clothes Jeans, Levis 501 1 pair 72 USD
Clothes Summer dress in Zara, H&M 1 PC. 40 USD
Shoes Nike Running Shoes 1 pair 88 USD
Shoes Leather office shoes 1 pair 92 USD

Rental Apartment in the city center 1-room 2,137 USD
Rental Apartment not in the center 1-room 1,403 USD
Rental Apartment in the city center 3-room 4.265 USD
Rental Apartment not in the center 3-room 2.405 USD
Utilities Electricity, heating… 85 sq. meters 1 month 113 USD
Communication Mobile communication 1 minute 0 USD
Communication Unlimited Internet 1 month 30 USD
Home purchase Apartment in the city center 1 sq.meter 16.956 USD
Home purchase Apartment not in the center 1 sq. meter 8,473 USD
Salary Average salary after taxes 1 month 2,943 USD
Epoque Interest rate 1 year 2.23%

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Weather, climate, temperature by months in Singapore

Season Fall Winter Spring Summer
Month Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug
Average maximum ° C 31 31 30 29 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31
Average temperature ° C 27 27 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 27
Average minimum ° C 24 24 24 23 23 24 24 24 25 24 24 24 24
Rain Days 19 19 24 22 18 10 15 18 20 17 19 17 218
Fog Days 22 24 25 24 17 20 24 25 24 21 18 21 265
Thunderstorm Days 14 17 21 12 4 6 12 19 18 15 11 10 159
Precipitation level mm. 164 191 250 269 239 165 174 166 171 163 150 171 2273
Air humidity % 83 82 83 84 81 79 80 82 82 82 82 82 82
Wind Speed ​​ Km / h 6 6 6 9 9 8 6 6 4 6 6 6 7
The day length Hours 13 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 12

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W Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 *

W Singapore-Sentosa Cove is a new five-star luxury hotel on Sentosa Island.It belongs to the world-famous Starwood Hotels chain and is part of the prestigious W-Hotels group.

Hotel W Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 *

If you cannot imagine your life without musical accompaniment, you will surely appear here. Modern stylish design, unusual light and music are the distinctive features of this resort. Music plays everywhere, and in the evenings by the pool incendiary parties and discos are held. At the same time, W Singapore-Sentosa Cove offers excellent service of the highest level and rooms equipped with the latest technology.There is a private marina and golf club on site.

Hotel description

The hotel is located in the southern part of Singapore, in the fashionable area of ​​Sentosa Island Sentosa Cove. There is a free shuttle bus to the resort center, Orchard shopping street and Resorts World Sentosa. Clark Quay, famous for its nightlife and casinos, is just a 20-minute drive away, and Changi Airport is half an hour away. The closest congress center, Suntec, is 20 km from the hotel, and the business district is 9 km away.

W Hotel Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 * – Sentosa Island, Singapore


The hotel offers 240 rooms, including 29 suites. The rooms have stylish modern decor and interesting lighting in ultraviolet or orange-red tones, the walls are decorated with murals with ornaments of butterflies and flowers. The highlight of the rooms is panoramic windows, from where beautiful views of the sea, surroundings or the pool open.

Wonderful Room : Standard rooms with large windows, writing desk, coffee table and armchairs, overlooking the island.There are rooms for people with disabilities.

Spectacular Room : rooms with beautiful views of the marina and the sea, with a terrace furnished with rattan table and chairs. The bathroom has a separate bathtub.

Fabulous Room : Large stylish rooms overlooking the pool and furnished terrace (2 armchairs with pillows and a rattan table). The bathroom has a rain shower and a bathtub. There are rooms for people with disabilities.

Hotel W Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 * – Sentosa Island, Singapore

AWAY Room : spacious rooms with high ceilings and panoramic windows, a terrace, a daybed for naps and a private pool. The bathroom is additionally equipped with a 21 ‘TV. Views – sea, pool and lawn.

AWAY Suite : Beautiful open air suites overlooking the pool. The room has a huge bed for 4 people, two plasma TVs, a DVD player with the ability to watch Blu-Ray.On the terrace there is a swimming pool, a table with chairs and a four-poster bed for daytime relaxation. In addition to the spacious bathroom with jacuzzi and TV, the suite has a second bathroom.

Marvelous Suite : Corner two-room suite with a separate living room, where there is an L-shaped leather sofa, TV (46`), stereo system and DVD with Blu-ray. Sliding doors from the living room lead to a large furnished terrace overlooking the dock, ocean and pool. The main bathroom has a jacuzzi and TV (26`).There is another bathroom next to the living room. The bedroom has an impressive bed, 40 ‘TV.

Wow Suite : One of the most luxurious rooms in a corner hotel with views of the harbor, pool and grounds. The separate living room has a table for 4, a large sofa, TV (46`), DVD player with Blu-ray, stereo system. Next to it there is a dining area for 6 people with a bar counter. The room has two furnished terraces with access to a private pool.The stylish large bedroom has a TV (46`), the adjoining bathroom has a separate shower, two stone sinks and a Jacuzzi, as well as a TV. The second toilet is located next to the living room.

Hotel W Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 * – Sentosa Island, Singapore

Extreme Wow Suite : the most prestigious and large room on the top floor of the hotel, overlooking the South China Sea and the harbor. Consists of a spacious foyer with a minibar / pantry for groceries, an equipped kitchen with a bar counter, a dining room for 10 people, a large living room, two bathrooms and a bedroom.In the living room there is a corner sofa, TV (55`) and other appliances, in the rest room there is an additional TV (32`) and a large work desk for a computer. The terrace has a pool, cocktail area and a DJ area for parties. The terrace leads to the master bedroom and adjoining bathroom with jacuzzi and TV. In the kitchen: refrigerator, stove, microwave oven, wine refrigerator, coffee machine.

Room : air conditioning, telephone with voice mail, 40` plasma TV, pay movies, free Internet (wired or WI-Fi), iPod docking station, Bose stereo system, DVD player, bathroom with shower / bathtub, hairdryer and exclusive Bliss SPA toiletries, safe, balcony, minibar with snacks, kettle or French press for coffee, mineral water, bathrobes, slippers, branded pillow menu, special bed linen, ironing board and iron.

W Hotel Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 * – Sentosa Island, Singapore


24-hour reception, 24-hour room service and food ordering, free Internet on site, laundry and ironing, dry cleaning, car rental, boutiques and shops, business -Center WIRED, 8 halls and rooms for events, yacht rental, tourist information, organization of excursions, full concierge service.

Recreation and Sports

Outdoor swimming pool with a size of 1338 m2 with a bar and a discotheque area, a fully equipped modern gym (24 hours a day, group lessons, coach services), W-Lounge (cocktail parties and discos in the evening, books and tabletop games during the day), marina, golf.

W Singapore-Sentosa Cove 5 hotel * – Sentosa Island, Singapore

Spa center

AWAY-Spa is made in the style of a tropical forest. There is an aqua area with different types of saunas, a steam bath, a Vichy shower and individual capsules, as well as a detox area, a treatment room and a large relaxation area where you can have a snack or drink healthy drinks. Treatments are based on exclusive ILA-Spa cosmetics and OPI nail products.

Restaurants & Bars

The Kitchen Table is an international restaurant where you can taste modern Indian, Chinese and Japanese dishes, as well as more familiar European ones.In the recreation area W-Lounge you will be offered light snacks and drinks, in the Skirt restaurant – meat dishes and delicious seafood.

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