Dim Sum places in Chinatown area


kei1309

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Hi guys... i'm not very familiar with Singapore....so...

are there any good dim sum places in the Chinatown Area? Tanjong Pagar, Maxwell, Ann Siang Hill can also be considered.

must have:

good ambience
nice decor
private rooms (not a must but preferably)

Thanks!

*randomers... no rubbish here! ;(
 

ricohflex

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Whatever you do,

DON'T go to YumCha in Chinatown, unless you want to be scolded by your lunch-kakis.


.................................
check out
Red Star

Also: http://amasou-umasou.blogspot.com/2009/11/teahouse-dim-sum-lunch.html

Not sure about dim sum at Mouth at Chinatown Point. If u go, let us know good or bad.
 

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jellyfishy

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Hi ricohflex, thx for visiting my blog.

Anyway, a recent visit found that yixinyuan had raised their price quite a bit, but still being one of the more affordable options in the area. If you are looking for ambience and price is less a concern, you can consider Pavilion Restaurant at Craig Road. It's just 5 min from Tanjong Pagar MRT.

You can view their menu here.
http://www.pavillion.com.sg/menu.php#
 

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keiko-san,

chinatown is x now coz it's a tourists' area.

let's go on a date, i will bring you to eat dim sum, good and cheap... at lavender or geylang.

:wink:
 

ricohflex

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Hi ricohflex, thx for visiting my blog.

Anyway, a recent visit found that yixinyuan had raised their price quite a bit, but still being one of the more affordable options in the area. If you are looking for ambience and price is less a concern, you can consider Pavilion Restaurant at Craig Road. It's just 5 min from Tanjong Pagar MRT.

You can view their menu here.
http://www.pavillion.com.sg/menu.php#
Looks very good. Maybe check it out if in the area.
 

allenleonhart

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i think there was some da dong or something
 

SamTac

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SurrealDreamWalker said:
keiko-san,

chinatown is x now coz it's a tourists' area.

let's go on a date, i will bring you to eat dim sum, good and cheap... at lavender or geylang.

:wink:
Will u consider bring me along? Not geylang pls.
 

bonrya

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I wanted to intro some good places but seeing as to how we randomers are obviously being marginalized, I hope you never find it!!! ;(;(;(

Here's a list of places I would've recommended if you did not piss me off:
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:bsmilie:
 

kwanhan

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Whatever you do,

DON'T go to YumCha in Chinatown, unless you want to be scolded by your lunch-kakis.


.................................
check out
Red Star

Also: http://amasou-umasou.blogspot.com/2009/11/teahouse-dim-sum-lunch.html

Not sure about dim sum at Mouth at Chinatown Point. If u go, let us know good or bad.

i second red star (hong xing)

ate there once. but heard it can get really busy at peak times.

amazed that some of the waitresses pushing the trolley speak only cantonese and not even mandarin
 

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