we went for a dim sum lunch , it was very well done with a great selection of dim sums brought steaming hot to our table , a great selection on the menu , great service .
Superb Chinese restaurant between the Fairmont and Swissotel. In normal Singapore style you enter from a shopping arcade but the food is really first class and the service superb. Atmosphere strangely lacking but the food is great.
Have been on vacation in Singapore and Indonesia for three weeks. This is the worst food we have encountered. Awful taste, terrible presentation and uneven service. The music in the place is also mediocre and repetitive. Stay away.
I never liked the food here all these years and my recent trip here for a business lunch just reinforced the experience again. The food portions are meagre, tastes alternate from being too salty for the scallop dish to being too bland for the crab meat fried rice dish. The service is poor and the pace of serving awful. Give... More
well presented though quite expensive. The shrimps are large and delicious. there are set meals for 2 or 4 as well with multiple choices. A very nice Chinese restaurant with lovely decor and great service
This establishment is the biggest in the whole of Singapore. Upon being provided a glass of water after being seated - we waited 15 minutes for a drink menu to arrive... Finally after ordering drinks - there was another 15 minute delay for their arrival. Even after prompting the waiter... We were starting to realise why the patrons on the... More
The occasion was pre-Mother's Day. Mom had always wanted to dine at Szechuan Court, so I indulged her. For a Friday evening, the restaurant was relatively quiet so it was quite easy to secure a table. The decor was modern and chic, somewhat minimalist. Lanterns hung over tables, black bamboo partitions divided sections and red frosted glass columns lines along... More
Delightfully made Singapore Slings and choice of the hostess recommended items were topped off with a delicious chocolate cake dessert. The rangeof items, authencity of the food, portion sizes and delightful ambience made it a memorable family experience.
We stopped here for a quick bite and ordered quite a few dim sum. The food when it eventually came was not bad but we were seated in a hallway with people passing in and out of the neighboring hotel. The water was outrageously priced at 10 SGD for 33cl of water. If you come here bring your own drinks... More
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