What’s better than dim sum? A dim sum buffet!
Nothing can cheer a person up as much as dim sums–these little bite-sized dishes are loved by both kids and adults, and while they might carry lots of calories, people still go crazy over them.
Now that CNY is approaching, what’s the best way to celebrate this festive season other than yu sheng? Dim sum, of course! Here’re the ten dim sum buffets in Singapore that’ll fill your stomach till it explodes!
Ban Heng Pavilion Restaurant
On weekdays at just $18.80, you get to choose from more than 37 dim sum items. This price is definitely a big plus point as each tray of dim sum can easily cost up to $5 a la carte at some other restaurants. However, a minimum of 4 people is required if you to have this buffet so remember to call on your friends and family to enjoy this buffet together!
Address: 1 Maritime Square, HarbourFront Centre, #04-01, Singapore 099253
Opening Hours: 11.30AM-2.30PM, 6PM-10PM daily
This is a good place to go if you are going for something more traditional as their dim sum is served on traditional pushcarts instead of the order form. Its prices are also affordable and that includes Shark fin’s soup with crab meat per person for its dim sum hi-tea buffet
Address: Blk 181 Lorong 4 Toa Payoh, #02-602, Singapore 310181
Opening Hours: 8AM-10.30PM daily
Peach Garden Restaurant
There are quite a few outlets across the island so it probably quite convenient for many. While they do not offer a wide range of dim sum, the food it serves is of good quality and would be worth your money!
Address: Various locations
This dim sum is on the high-end range at $108++, but be assured that it serves really high-quality ingredients such as abalone, black truffle and Boston lobster. You’ve got to try it once in your lifetime!
Address: 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Level 1U, 247911
Opening Hours: 12PM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-10.30PM daily
Si Chuan Dou Hua
If you love the traditional kind of dim sum, this is the place to visit, where you can try items such as pan-fried carrot cake and char siew buns. New items such as waxed meat and yam cakes are available!
Address: 181 Kitchener Rd, Singapore 208533
Opening Hours: Lunch: 11.30AM-2.30PM/ High Tea: 2.30PM-6PM / Dinner: 6.30PM-10.30PM
At Cherry Garden, you can enjoy items such as double-boiled Cantonese soups and wafer-wrapped cod fillet, which are premium items on the higher end range. It also serves unique desserts such as Cherries in Wine Cocktail Jelly with Refreshing Lychee Sorbet.
Address: 8 Marina Blvd, One Raffles Quay, Singapore 018981
Opening Hours: 12PM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-10.30PM Monday to Friday / 11AM-3.30PM, 6.30PM-10.30PM
This restaurant serves a fusion of traditional and new kind of dishes, such as steamed osmanthus char siew pau and steamed green tea custard bun. With high-quality and unique items, the dim sum here is worth every cent of your money!
Address: 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 049178
Opening Hours: 11.30AM-3PM, 6.30PM-11PM daily
This place has a wide variety of items for you to choose from, with more than 60 items. As it has been around since 2000, the dim sum here has high quality without charging you an exorbitant amount!
Address: 20 Trengganu St, #02-01 Chinatown, 058479
Opening Hours: 10.30AM-10.30PM Monday to Friday / 9AM-10.30PM Saturday and Sunday
Its dim sums are all freshly made, with items such as fried banana fritter and they have roasted duck as well. It is located deep in Keppel Club so it will take you quite a while if you are going there on foot.
Address: 10 Bukit Chermin Rd, Keppel Club, 109918
Opening Hours: 11AM-2.30PM, 6PM-10.30PM Monday to Friday / 10.30AM-2.30PM, 6PM-11PM Saturday and Sunday
The Clifford Pier
Having dim sum here creates nostalgia as not only the dim sum is authentic but the furnishing is elaborate as well. Overlooking Marina Bay, you get to enjoy the delicious food and take in the scenic view at the same time!
Address: 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Opening Hours: 12PM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-12AM Monday to Thursday / 12PM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-1AM Friday / 11.30AM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-1AM Saturday / 11.30AM-2.30PM, 6.30PM-12AM Sunday
So there you go, the very best dim sum buffets to go to in Singapore. How many have you been to?
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