The 5 Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore

  • The 5 Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore Image: Cherry Garden

In a Chinese food paradise like Singapore, myriads of Cantonese, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hainanese restaurants, widely opening their doors across the Lion city, will make you be spoilt for choice.

Don’t want to get lost? Follow our list of the best Chinese restaurants in Singapore to find out the best options for you.

See also: The 5 Best Taiwanese Restaurants In Singapore

1. Hai Tien Lo Chinese Restaurant

  • Hai Tien Lo Chinese Restaurant Image: Hai Tien Lo

Why Hai Tien Lo Chinese Restaurant?

  • Specializing in traditional Cantonese fare with a contemporary twist and successful in maintaining the food quality, Hai Tien Lo has been a trustworthy gastronomic destination for many people with special dining events.
  • For leisure gatherings, Hai Tien Lo attracts diners with its weekday dim sum lunch buffet. The buffet selection offers gourmands 35 choices of dim sum, soup, signature dishes, and desserts at the price of S$48.

2. Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental Singapore

  • Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental Singapore Image: Cherry Garden

Why Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental Singapore?

  • Cherry Garden is a luxurious Cantonese restaurant in a luxurious hotel. An eclectic selection of authentic Cantonese dishes shines in its menu, which will be presented on your table with artistic modern flair. The restaurant’s menu is regularly changed to get the best seasonal produce included. But the signatures such as crispy wasabi-aioli prawns, and zucchini sea treasure soup are always there at their best.
  • For fans of dim sum, Cherry Garden is one of the best places in town to have those stunning tiny items. Ala carte dim sum is available during weekday lunch while dim sum buffet (S$68++) is on offer for brunch at weekends.

3. Min Jiang at One – North

  • Min Jiang at One – North Image: Min Jiang

Why Min Jiang at One – North?

  • Min Jiang at One North is one of the best places in town to have Sichuan fare. And its Peking Duck is an addictive dish that make people come back to indulge in the wonderful tastes again and again.
  • Having Peking Duck at Min Jiang, it is a chance to enjoy the duck in many ways. When the crispy skin and tender meat are combined with one of the three sets of condiments, you will be in a different yet enjoyable side of having Peking Duck.

4. Royal China at Raffles (Closed)

  • Royal China at Raffles (Closed) Image: Royal China at Raffles (Closed)

Why Royal China at Raffles (Closed)?

  • Royal China is a must-visit place for those who love dim sum. Its mouth-watering selection of dim sum is one of the best you can find in town. High quality yet affordable, those are the main reasons people love about Royal China.
  • While the whole selection is good, the standouts must be Char Siew Sou and Steamed Prawn Dumplings. Don’t forget to call ahead to make a booking as the best things always have loyal followings. Dim sum at Royal China is only available for lunch, with two rounds of sitting, from 11:30 for the first round and from 13:30 for the second one.

5. Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant

Why Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant?

  • Wah Lok is where diners can find an awesome selection of Cantonese fare in a modern interior. This is one of the best places in town to taste the goodness of the world’s most premium ingredients in Cantonese style like bird’s nest, shark fin, live abalone and Australian king crab.
  • The food quality at Wah Lok is consistently good. While the well-known dishes such as chilled foie gras & whole abalone, pan-fried Japanese scallop with asparagus and baked cod with chef's sauce are always as excellent as they could be, the newly created dishes, which are frequently introduced will bring royal guests thriving gastronomic adventures.

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