Yan Ting Dim Sum Buffet at the Singapore St. Regis Hotel Review excerpts: Excellent food and photos.
This is one of the World’s Finest Chinese Dining Destinations.
Located at Level 1U at The St. Regis Singapore, Yan Ting is the choice of world and business elite, a dining venue for guests to bring their most treasured family and respected business associates.
Helmed by the St. Regis team of master chefs, Yan Ting showcases exquisite yet hearty Cantonese fine dining that will allure palates to satisfy even the most discerning gastronomes, presenting cuisine that is faithful to the traditional cooking techniques of Cantonese cuisine characterized by the immense diversity of ingredients used and the philosophy of bringing out the natural flavors of the freshest ingredients.
In addition to an extensive à la carte menu for lunch and dinner, Yan Ting also presents a Weekend Dim Sum Brunch that showcases its award-winning signature dishes.
The ideal place for joyous gatherings, celebrations and entertaining, Yan Ting has been artistically designed with contemporary architectural style and modern sophistication to create an intimate, graceful, and tranquil atmosphere where diners will receive the uncompromising service standards of the St. Regis.
- Hours of Operation
- LunchMonday to Friday | 12:00 PM – 2:30 PM (Last order at 2:15 PM)Saturday & Sunday | 10:30 AM – 03:00 PM (Last order at 2:45 PM)Dinner Daily | 06:00 PM – 10:30 PM (Last order at 09:45 PM)
- Weekend Dim Sum BrunchSaturday, Sunday & Public Holidays:First Seating |10:30 AM – 12:30 .PM (Last order at 12:15 PM)Second Seating |1:00 PM – 3:00 PM (Last order at 2:45 PM).
29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Level 1U, Singapore, 247911
Exquisite Lunar New Year Celebrations
Embracing the true significance of Chinese culture’s most paramount traditions, Yan Ting welcomes guests to luxuriate in resplendent feasting as joy blossoms and prosperity abounds with an exquisite selection of lavish Lunar New Year Set Menus and Take Home Delights. Phone in for the latest special offerings.
NOTES FROM A REVIEW
“Best dim sum buffet brunch in Singapore”
If you are not Chinese here are three things to know about Singapore’s culture that will immediately help you. (1) Over 76% of the Singaporean population is Chinese. (2) From their early youth, many of these children are taught to work hard, seek excellence, and seek greater prosperity. To be prosperous is glorious. (3) They work hard and they release some of the pent-up work and emotional tension by going out for dinners and drinks.
The prosperous proud Chinese people naturally want to enjoy the fruits of their labor. They like to dress well, behave as civilized, proper ladies and gentlemen, and relax together enjoying the very best Cantonese food on the planet! And this is one of the primary places. They’re willing to spend in the area of $150 per person to do it! Yes! It IS that good. It’s worth the price to them, and if you’re a foreign visitor seeking to experience the very best during your travels, maybe it’s worth this very special destination lunch for you too. You must see their website for updated prices and other information.
This phrase; Dim Sum means “from the heart” in Chinese. Along the silk roads of China, small Chinese tea houses were made for merchants traveling and they added small dish snacks called Dim Sum.
Singaporean’s searching for the best dim sum and excellent buffets find both at Yan Ting’s Weekend Dim Sum brunch. (A bit faster and less expensive than a full course dinner.)
The famous Yan Ting Restaurant in The St Regis Hotel serves the highest standard of exquisite Cantonese dim sum buffets, with a HUGE menu of over 80 different dishes.
Such excellence of cuisine is not only about texture, and flavor, or beautiful presentation. Fine chefs are concerned about nutrition too!>
They want to be sure they satisfy all aspects of their patrons’ needs and dining desires so these patrons will return and spread a good reputation. This restaurant is beyond exquisite!
Space is expensive and there are fewer tables and a bustling crowd enjoy a smile to one another, then sit down for a grand lunch, especially on weekends. (Of course, these days we all mind the social distancing regulations. Fewer tables, more distance; thus More necessity to call for reservations.)
The roasted pork has an ultra crispy skin, one reviewer on the day he visited wrote, “the BBQ Pork could have been more succulent, while the Soy Sauce Chicken was lean, yet tender with good marination.”
That was one day, and every day is different and probably the BBQ Pork is better most days. Reviewers can write about food but they don’t cook, and can be heartlessly critical occasionally.
The Reviewer praised their Marinated Beef Cheeks and Double Boiled Abalone Soup with Chicken. Pork bones are also boiled together to further enhance the flavor of this clear soup, with hints of sweet wolfberry. Limited to 1 per person.
The Dim Sum Brunch menu at Yan Ting is extensive. It includes a variety of fabulously created dim sum, Cantonese favorites, for examples: soups, appetizers, seafood, poultry, beef and pork, rice & noodles, vegetables, and beautiful and delicious desserts.
It is impossible to taste everything on their wide-ranging menu.
You’ll just have to return for several visits to try it all.
The reviews for this brilliant restaurant are beyond compare. For connoisseurs of the finest Cantonese cuisine, this location is a destination you should not miss! I could continue for hours. It’s time for this review to end. It is perhaps time for you to plan to visit Yan-Ting
Remember to call for reservations and say you
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