5 Best Dim Sum in Singapore 5-star Hotels

Hai Tien Lo Dim Sum
Hai Tien Lo Dim Sum
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If you’re on the hunt for an exceptional dining experience in Singapore, make your way to one of the renowned Cantonese restaurants nestled in a lavish 5-star hotel. Known for serving some of the finest Dim Sum in the Lion City, those restaurant is the perfect spot to treat yourself to an array of delectable delicacies.

Whether you’re visiting for a weekday lunch or a leisurely weekend brunch, a table full of these little beauties is sure to leave you feeling satisfied and delighted. Don’t miss out on the chance to indulge in this culinary extravaganza.

1. Asia Grand Restaurant @ Fairmont Singapore

Asia Grand Restaurant @ Fairmont Singapore Image: Siew Luan Tan
  • Prices
    S$40 per pax
  • Address
    252 North Bridge Rd, #03-22B Fairmont Singapore
  • Phone
    +65 6887 0010
  • Opening hours
    Daily 11:30 – 15:00, 18:00 – 22:00
  • A well-loved Chinese restaurant in Singapore, Asia Grand Restaurant serves incredibly tasty dim sum at affordable prices. The restaurant excels at providing swift and friendly service and never fails to prepare scrumptious meals to satisfy your cravings.


    • Dim sum dishes at wallet-friendly prices: Asia Grand Restaurant offers a wide selection of traditional dim sum dishes, most of which are priced at $8.80. These little beauties are served with a special appetizer, assorted pickled capsicum and cucumber with fishcakes.
    • A dim sum place for casual dinners, group events, and business lunches: With large enough seating areas to fit groups of up to 15 people, this is the ideal spot for a business lunch with colleagues, or a casual birthday with family and friends. Call in advance to reserve a table large enough for your group.


    • Fresh Prawn
    • Scallop
    • Hakaw
    • Roasted Pork
    • Siew Mai
    • Ham Sui Kok

    MENU & PRICES: The restaurant’s a la carte dim sum menu boasts over 20 dim sum items and 10 appetizers. Dim sum prices range from S$7.80 to S$14.80, while appetizers are priced between S$13 to S$20 per dish.

    ATMOSPHERE:  Asia Grand Restaurant welcomes you with a laid-back yet bustling setting, with modest and simple decor to prevent any distractions from the main attraction – the scrumptious food!

    2. Yan Ting Restaurant @ The St. Regis Singapore

    Yan Ting Restaurant @ The St. Regis Singapore Image: Yan Ting Restaurant @ The St. Regis Singapore
  • Loved for
    Luxury dim sum brunch buffet
  • Prices
    From S$138 per pax
  • Address
    29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Level 1U, Singapore 247911
  • Phone
    +65 6506 6887
  • Opening hours
    Sat & Sun
    First seating: 10:30 to 12:30
    Second seating: 13:00 to 15:00
  • Table reservation
    Book a table
  • For a luxurious fine dining experience and succulent dim sum plates, Yan Ting is your go-to spot. Nestled in the extravagant St. Regis of Singapore, Yan Ting boasts class and sophistication, but remains faithful to their traditional Cantonese recipes.


    • Fancy dim sum: Expect super fine dim sum creations with a fancy touch like Steamed crystal shrimp dumpling with Chinese olive and squid ink, and Steamed pork and shrimp dumpling with black truffle.
    • All-you-can-eat weekend dim sum brunch with over 80 different dishes: Called dim sum buffet but the food selection goes beyond just dim sum. The huge menu includes a long list of Cantonese favorites where dishes like Wok-baked Boston lobster with XO sauce, double-boiled fish maw soup with black garlic, and Pan-fried Scallops with Corn in Teriyaki Sauce make all diners satisfied.
    • Endless flow of champagne to go with dim sum: Those who want to enjoy more on that special occasion can spend a bit more ($188 per pax) to have an endless flow of all alcohol and non-alcohol drinks complemented your feast. And of course, champagne is on the drink list.


    • Deep-fried Scallops and Shrimp Dumpling with Mayonnaise
    • Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumpling with Black Truffles
    • Steamed Vegetables Dumpling with Shrimp and Conpoy
    • Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Bun
    • Xiao Long Bao
    • Oven-Baked Barbecued ‘Char Siew’ Pastry with Almonds

    ATMOSPHERE:  With semi-private booths, delicate floral wall art, ambient lighting, and a sleek modern touch, dining at Yan Ting will make you feel like royalty. Sit back and relax in the intimate atmosphere, and allow the 5-star service and food quality to amaze you.


    • 138.00 per person including tea
    • 188.00 per person including tea, wines, and beer
    • 208.00 per person including tea, wines, beer, and champagne

    3. Hai Tien Lo @ Pan Pacific Singapore

    Hai Tien Lo @ Pan Pacific Singapore Image: Hai Tien Lo
  • Prices
    Buffet from S$63+ per pax
    A la cart from S$7-S$12 per dish
  • Address
    7 Raffles Boulevard, #03-00 Pan Pacific Hotel, Singapore 039595
  • Phone
    +65 6826 8240
  • Opening hours
    Mon to Fri lunch: 11:30 - 14:30
    Sat & Sun brunch: 11:30 - 14:30
  • Table reservation
    Book a table
  • Spreading its Cantonese roots on the third floor of the Pan Pacific Hotel, Hai Tien Lo is an award-winning restaurant that offers signature dishes to satisfy any dim sum craving.


    • Weekend and weekday brunch menus: Another place in town to enjoy a dim sum buffet any day of the week. Priced at $63++ on weekdays, their lunch buffet offers over 18 options of classic dim sum and Hai Tien Lo’s signatures with Chilled Homemade Beancurd with Bird’s Nest among the favorites. More extensive and value for money, the weekend brunch menu showcases more than 60 food items at the price of $72++.
    • Fusion of old and new Cantonese favorites: Hai Tien Lo is well-loved for its menu of traditional recipes with a modern-day contemporary twist. The restaurant’s favorites are included in their weekend dim sum brunch menu for diners to enjoy.
    • Highly-rated service at an award-winning setting: Claiming a spot as Singapore’s Top Restaurant three years in a row, Hai Tien Lo takes pride in their flawless service, and effortlessly refreshing cuisine coupled with a gorgeous setting to complete the experience.


    • Steamed Xiao Long Bao with Minced Pork
    • Steamed Seafood with Honey Peas and Vegetable Sprout Dumplings
    • Baked Barbecued Pork Pastry with Sesame
    • Deep-fried Prawn Rolls with Wasabi Mayonnaise wrapped in Vermicelli
    • Braised Shredded Chicken and Enoki Mushrooms in Superior Chicken Stock
    • Traditional Double-Boiled Soup

    LOOK & FEEL: With crafted wood panels separating restaurant areas, dim lighting, and sleek wooden furniture dotting the space, Hai Tien Lo’s setting perfectly matches its contemporary menu style. Sit back into the relaxed ambiance offered by Hai Tien Lo as you allow your tastebuds to do all the dancing.


    • S$63+ weekday lunch dim sum
    • S$72+ weekend brunch dim sum

    NOTE: A minimum of two diners required

    4. Man Fu Yuan @ InterContinental Singapore

    Man Fu Yuan @ InterContinental Singapore Image: Man Fu Yuan @ InterContinental Singapore
  • Loved for
    Dim sum with Italian Prosecco
  • Prices
    S$73++ per pax
  • Address
    80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
  • Phone
    +65 6825 1008
  • Opening hours
    Weekends & PHs: 11:30 - 13:00 (First seating), 13:30 - 15:00 (Second seating)
  • Website
  • Man Fu Yuan at Intercontinental Singapore is renowned for its fine Chinese dining and is highly recommended by Michelin. The restaurant offers an a la carte Dim Sum buffet on weekends and public holidays, featuring an array of authentic Cantonese flavors in a sophisticated, high-end setting.


    • Over 40 dim sum dishes ranging from savory to sweet: The dim sum buffet menu at Man Fu Yuan is extensive, offering an eclectic range of classic and modern Chinese snack dishes. In addition to fried/baked and steamed dim sum, the menu also includes appetizers and mains, making it a complete brunch or lunch buffet.
    • Unlimited prosecco for 90 minutes at a charge: At an additional charge of $38.80 per person, Man Fu Yuan offers unlimited bubbly Prosecco for 90 minutes, which complements the dim sum flavors and enhances the overall dining experience.
    • Top-notch service with spot-on recommendations: The service at this restaurant is excellent, with well-trained staff who work efficiently and courteously. The servers are attentive and will keep topping up your tea. Additionally, the staff provides recommendations for anyone trying dim sum for the first time, catering to individual preferences


    • Poached prawns with Chinese herbal broth and wine
    • Crispy prawn bean curd roll with wasabi mayonnaise
    • Wok-fried radish cake with X.O. chili sauce
    • Honey-glazed pork belly
    • Stir-fried prawn with lemongrass

    ATMOSPHERE: Man Fu Yuan is a luxurious restaurant with contemporary decor that matches the ambiance and service of most five-star hotels. The well-lit space features large chandeliers and carpeted flooring, creating an elegant atmosphere. With a seating capacity of 172 guests, the restaurant also offers private dining rooms for a more intimate dining experience.


    • S$73++ per adult (minimum two guests to dine)
    • S$40++ per child (6 to 12 years old)
    • S$38.80 for unlimited Prosecco for 90 minutes

    5. Summer Palace Restaurant @ Conrad Singapore Orchard

    Summer Palace Restaurant @ Conrad Singapore Orchard Image: Summer Palace
  • Prices
    S$75 per pax
  • Address
    1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 3, Singapore 249715
  • Phone
    +65 6725 3288
  • Opening hours
    Mon to Fri 12:00 to 14:30
    Sats, Suns & PHs 11:30 to 14:30
  • Promotion
  • Table reservation
    Book a table
  • Spreading its finest aromas in the heart of the Conrad Singapore Orchard hotel, Summer Palace Restaurant is a one-of-a-kind Chinese restaurant serving the most exquisite Cantonese-inspired dishes, prepared by two renowned Hong Kong chefs.


    • Seasonally created eclectic dim sum variations: Besides the classic dim sum available for daily lunch, there are new dim sum variations created every season to keep things exciting. Tying in fresh seasonal ingredients and new bold flavors, the dim sum will never disappoint.
    • Wallet-friendly dim sum brunch: Come with a group of at least 4 diners and enjoy the exceptional quality dim sum along with the restaurant’s most-loved dishes like Suckling Pig, Roasted Duck, and Honey-barbecued Pork at $75 per pax. The food selection is not as wide as it is at other dim sum brunches in town, but the beautiful taste and wallet-friendly price are more than enough to make up for the space.
    • Michelin-star restaurant for a world-class dining experience: Highly acclaimed by global food critics, Summer Palace restaurant easily takes a spot on this list as one of the most recognized Chinese restaurants in Singapore. Savor the tantalizing award-winning dishes in an eye-opening setting that will leave you hungry for more.


    • Steamed Prawn Dumplings with Bird’s Nest
    • Steamed Pork Dumplings with Dried Scallops
    • Crispy Fried Prawns with Wasabi Sauce
    • BBQ pork bun

    LOOK & FEEL: Featuring ornate wooden carvings, eye-catching Chinese decor, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking luscious views, Summer Palace provides the ideal ambiance for an intimate dining experience. 

    AVERAGE PRICE/PAX: 75$++ dim sum brunch buffet, a minimum of 4 diners.

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