The lounge reflects the heart of Singapore, a vibrant and exciting space that celebrates the local scene. You can enjoy the best of the service currently offered by Sofitel in their flagship First lounges in Sydney and Melbourne and an enhanced dining experience featuring Neil Perry's Spice Temple inspired dishes and signature cocktails.
Spice Temple brings a new level of Asian dining. Their culinary focus is regional China with a distinct avoidance of standard Cantonese fare. There is chilli for the chilli lovers, or subtle flavours for those desiring a more mild experience.
The 2,001 sq m lounge seats up to 460 guests, has 20 showers, free Wi-Fi, several 80-inch television screens and tech pods to enable you to work within the lounge zones.
Platinum One members may request for premium services such as shirt pressing, shoe shining and priority access to showers.
Hai Tien Lo has been transformed into an impressive contemporary Oriental dining venue for small intimate meals and extravagant gatherings.
Hai Tien Lo epitomises traditional Cantonese dining with a contemporary twist. Recipes that have been tried and tested for thousands of years are available together with new interpretations of this world-renowned cuisine. Choose from a wide variety of traditional dishes, or order a la carte for a more personal taste of "new Cantonese" cuisine.
The space was carved out into 3 sections providing a semi-open general dining area that looks into the atrium with a line of glass-enclosed rooms in the background.
Experience the emperor, a private room that features a luxurious 20-seater table, lounge area and a private washroom fit.
The recent renovations by acclaimed hospitality specialist Hirsch Bedner Associates has resulted in a modern twist on a Chinese courtyard. The interiors features stone walls, dark lacquered arches, high polished marble and stucco-painted screen panels.
Since its opening in 1988, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has continually been applauded as one of Singapore’s finest Cantonese restaurants, winning Singapore Tatler Magazine's "Singapore’s Best Restaurants" since 1991 and "Singapore’s Top Restaurants" by Wine & Dine since 1997.
You can expect mouth watering dishes such as Shark's Fin with Crabmeat wrapped in Egg White, Pan-fried Japanese Scallop with Asparagus as well as Baked Cod with Chef's Sauce in Banana Leaf to name a few. Reserve your table for a chance to savour Wah Lok’s culinary delights.
Crystal Jade Culinary Concepts Holding is a diversified Food & Beverage group committed to preserving the rich traditions of Chinese cuisine in contemporary ways. Over the years, Crystal Jade has committed itself to preserving the fine art of Chinese cuisine – offering a unique dining experience with exceptional food quality and excellent customer service in a congenial ambience.
Their fine dining concepts include traditional Cantonese and Teochew cuisine that have been relished for generations. You will also find authentic Korean cuisine and Continental boutique-style cafés as some of their specialty concepts. Among the diverse casual dining options they offer are well-loved items such as Lanzhou La Mian and Shanghai favourites, Cantonese barbecue meat, noodles and congee, Hong Kong Dim Sum as well as bakeries serving international pastries and breads.
Their food is faithful to the traditional art of the Teochew/Cantonese Cuisines. Besides providing value-for-money food, they insist on using fresh ingredients and serving piping hot food to the table.
Ban Heng were nominated as finalists for the "Most Popular Chinese Cuisine Restaurant" in the Singapore Gourmet Hunt, which was organized by the Restaurant Association of Singapore. Ban Heng was the only local Chinese restaurant among the finalists.
Jin Shan is Marina Bay Sands newest restaurant to open. Step into a world where culinary art reaches its peak in austere Asian fashion. Savour international Chinese cuisine prepared by world-class chefs. Featuring a delicate spread of authentic Cantonese, Hunan and Sichuan dishes.
You’ll find a different interior for every appetite: the main dining hall, for roundtable celebrations, the lantern room; offers a unique ambience for a semi-private dining, four VIP rooms; Orchid, Plum Blossom, Bamboo and Chrysanthemum, tastefully designed and accented for times, when privacy is a must and finally Garden pavilion; for dining in hushed Chinese pavilions to the gentle sounds of water trickling by under the quiet moonlight.
Dressing Jin Shan’s walls are original artworks by famed Chinese painter, Professor Lin Xiang Xiong. Depicting scenes of Kampong village community in bold calligraphy brush strokes.
Master Chef Huang Ching Biao, with 43 years of experience, is one of the most highly regarded Chinese chefs in the world. Having personally served in Taiwan presidential kitchen for royalty, presidents, high-ranking officials and the elite.
On the menu: Jin Shan Prosperity bowl: an exquisite arrangement of the finest ingredients including abalone shark’s cartilage and premium fish maw served in a crafted jade bowl. Superior sharks fin with Sharks bone soup: The shark’s fin quality is defined by the character of its fins, which need to be thick, golden and translucent. Double-boiled Bird’s nest in coconut: a nourishing tradition. High-quality bird’s nest double-boiled for flavor and served in a young coconut husk.
L1-05 Hotel Lobby, Tower 2 Marina Bay Sands Hotel, 1 Bayfront Avenue
Crystal Jade Culinary Concept Holdings is a restaurant-chain serving Chinese cuisine based in Singapore. The group has restaurants in Asian countries, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, People's Republic of China, Japan, Vietnam and South Korea. The group has restaurants and bakeries in the city, Singapore Changi Airport and the suburbs, including Jurong, Woodlands, Toa Payoh, Holland Village and Tampines.
The company was founded in 1991 at the now defunct Cairnhill Hotel. It opened its flagship restaurant known as Crystal Jade Palace at Ngee Ann City a year later, serving exquisite Cantonese cuisine. That same year, it opened Crystal Jade Kitchen at Shaw House serving affordable Cantonese cuisine, such as noodles, jook, cze char and roasted meat. It opened its first overseas outlet in Indonesia. The group expanded its group of restaurants during the late 1990s opening more outlets across the island.
This Hong Kong-style restaurant dishes out casual Cantonese favourites such as dim sum, congee, rice and noodles, including Singapore’s signature Wonton Mee (dumpling noodles).
Crystal Jade Kitchen also has an extensive dim sum menu, with items such as Chee Cheong Fun (rice rolls), Siew Mai (pork dumplings), braised chicken feet and carrot cake. Other favourite rice and noodle dishes include crispy noodles with beef and fried rice with salted fish. With its vibrant and convenient location in the heart of Orchard Road, this restaurant can get crowded during peak periods.
Crystal Jade Group, which used to operate the popular La Mian Xiao Long Bao at Scotts Square, will reopen as Crystal Jade Kitchen Restaurant, with an extensive menu of authentic Hong Kong-style Dim Sum, BBQ items, and Cantonese dishes.
Savour a superb selection of authentic, innovative Cantonese cuisine, delicate handcrafted dim sum and tea-infused specialities in a new contemporary and elegant interior. Every morsel is a hand crafted delight of Chinese tradition, enhanced through unique tea-pairing services using Man Fu Yuan’s customised blends of premium tea.
Winner of several accolades, Man Fu Yuan is the perfect venue for a joyous family get-together, a business luncheon or an intimate dinner.
Chef's Specialties: Baked foie gras & scallop roll, stewed fine egg noodles with lobster, ginger & spring onion, steamed crab claw with egg white, pumpkin and Dragonball jasmine tea leaf in superior stock and chilled osmanthus tea leaf pudding.
Popular dim sum items: Rice roll with scallops & garlic, chili crabmeat, deep-fried duck and mango roll with sweet sauce and deep-fried glutinous rice dumpling ‘traditional style’.
The Paradise Group started with Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002. Started by the young and enterprising Eldwin Chua with just one helper, he cooked, took orders and served a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location. Under its umbrella are Taste Paradise, a contemporary Chinese restaurant with exquisite Cantonese fare and Seafood Paradise at Singapore Flyer serving local and international fare.
Seafood Paradise at the Singapore Flyer is a flagship restaurant made for such an iconic location. The Singapore Flyer attracting local, regional and international attention needs a food and beverage partner that embraces the challenge of catering to a wide range of expectations and one that would fly the Singapore flag high and Seafood Paradise@Flyer steps up to the plate.
Seafood Paradise at Defu Lane had humble beginnings as a 25-seater zi char stall in 2002 when young and enterprising Eldwin Chua started offering a menu of well-executed original dishes to entice diners to an admittedly out of the way location.
Seafood Paradise has recently opened its 3rd and 4th outlets here in the east and west of Singapore at Changi Airport and Bukit Panjang respectively.
Senja-Cashew Community Club, 101 Bukit Panjang Road, #02-01 and Changi Airport Terminal 2, 60 Airport Boulevard #036-059 Level 3
Tel: +65 67669813 (Bukit Panjang) and +65 62149655 (Changi)
Mouth Restaurant opened its third and largest outlet recently, in remembrance of early Chinese immigrants to Singapore. The newly-opened Mouth Restaurant is located in the Chinatown area, where most of the early immigrants lived and eked out a living as coolies. It occupies five and a half shophouse space bordering China Square Central - an especially significant and meaningful location as these shophouses used to be very living quarters of Chinese immigrants.
Mouth Restaurant was first established in the 1980s in Chinatown Point to serve the increasing number of Hong Kong immigrants leaving the territory for Singapore as a result of the impending 1997 handover from Britain to China. The Chinese name of Mouth Restaurant, Di Mao Guan, was derived from the Cantonese phrase Tae Mow Tong - a reference to the street food stalls in early Hong Kong popular with labourers who were used to squatting while having their meals. In Cantonese, Tae means "ground", Mow means "squat" and Tong refers to "stall". Mow also sounds like the English word "mouth" and hence, Mouth Restaurant was born.
The minds behind the Mouth Restaurant Chain are brothers Daniel and Stevie Wu, whose father is a Hong Kong immigrant. The chain is helmed by Hong Kong-born Chef Benny Ip, who whips up traditional Hong Kong delights, such as mui choy (preserved vegetables) with pork belly, beef brisket and handmade dim sum selections. The Wu's latest venture in China Square Central serves authentic Cantonese cuisines and one corner of the restaurant will showcase the cultural heritage of the roadside stalls of old Hong Kong. The Singapore Tourism Board has also put up tableaus in the vicinity of the restaurant documenting the lives of early Singapore immigrants such as the coolies and the iconic samsui women.
For a taste of nostalgia, embark on a gastronomic journey and cultural discovery at Mouth Restaurant.
22 Cross Street, #01-61 China Square Central, South Bridge Court Shop House
The newly revamped Teochew City Seafood Restaurant is famous for its fine selection of Teochew & Cantonese cuisine. One of the pioneers in Teochew fine dining in Singapore, Teochew City Seafood Restaurant offers all the traditional goodness of a Teochew kitchen in a quiet elegant setting with its tastefully decorated interior, combining contemporary feel with traditional Chinese art.
Besides the main dining area, the restaurant now offers a total of five beautifully decorated rooms for privacy, which are ideal for corporate functions. Each room also comes equipped with karaoke facilities for the enjoyment of their valued guests.
Here, the menu features classic favourites like Cold Crabs, where the crustaceans are steamed and then chilled. Eaten with sweet lemon sauce, it complements the natural sweetness of fresh crabs. What is Teochew food without the beloved Braised Goose, where the meat is stewed over a slow heat in a concoction of soy sauce and spices to allow the goose to soak up all the flavours. To end off, try the Yam with Gingko Nuts, where the hearty flavour of taro is transformed into a smooth sweet paste that melts in the mouth. This is surely a traditional Teochew dessert not to be missed.
Not only touted as one of the top Teochew dining places, the restaurant is also famous for its fine selection of Cantonese cuisine. Try the restaurant's special dish - Spare Ribs with Barbecue Sauce. Served with Deep-Fried Mantou, or Chinese buns, the pork is fried to the right degree of tenderness and succulence, and braised in a piquant plum-based sauce. So delicious, it is not uncommon to see diners mopping it up with the bun. For the health conscious, there is always the Pan-fried Beancurd with Conpoy that is just as tasty.
The restaurant offers set menus and dim sum, which is widely popular with shoppers, families as well as working executives during lunch hours.
The Regent Singapore's Summer Palace has recently been renovated and showcases a brand new look as well as a host of mouth-watering new additions to the menu. The new executive chef from Hong Kong, Chef Liu Ching Hai with over 20 years of experience in Chinese cuisine and has cooked for many international celebrities, discussed menus with them and understands their favourite dishes.
A recipient of numerous awards and accolades, Summer Palace is a Cantonese restaurant accentuated by a collection of fine Chinese arts and antiques. Two private dining rooms are available for business and private functions.
Peach Garden began with a passion, two ladies, Angela Ho and Veronica Tan envisioned a place where connoisseurs of traditional Cantonese cuisine can dine in an ambiance that celebrates fine living. The pair haven't looked back since with the incredible popular restaurant expanding all the time, with a new restaurant opening up at the Miramar. Enjoy wonderful food and good service, and for true lovers of the restaurant you could even choose to have your wedding banquet there.