french chinese cook for the best food in singapour if you can spend this bkind of money but still the nice niew is here
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Super Amazing Food .. Jin Shan Restaurant at MBS I had earmarked as a must visit restaurant during my earlier visit of Singapore about two years ago. All because I saw they had a very large selection of items in Vegetarian food. We enjoyed here fresh Coconut water which is very juicy and sweet in Singapore. Their Hot and Sour... More
There is nothing to complain about. Nice food, nice atmosphere, nice location. Me and boyfriend had a late dinner here. Pricey, it is acceptable for the location but food was not that stunning if we call it fine dining!
Decent quality dim sum for lunch. wasn't crowded around 2pm. Good efficient service. but the place sure is warm. Is open air for the most part and the A/C in the entire hotels seems to be under performing. Was happy with my dine except for the heat.
My wife and I ordered the business set menu for dinner. It was expensive (S$168/px), but delicious and excellently served. We had a seven course meal, served as we like it -- course by course rather than all the food arriving together. Everything was served at a wonderful pace so that we could savor the flavors of each dish, wash... More
Nice food but expensive wine (not surprisingly). Service was very good but not much atmosphere. Three of us at a table for 8-10 was awkward
Innovative take on chinese cuisine. Outstanding preentation. Their fresh crab meat corn soup and seafood soup in a pumpkin were a blast of layered flavours. Jin shan special fried rice and their chilli crab, beans with mince, chicken with red chillies were a treat. Friendly staff. Easy to locate at the lobby level of Marina Bay Sands.
Really enjoyed our meal here. The quality was excellent as was the service. Definitely worth a try especially if you are staying at the hotel and don't feel like going out for the night.
Food is average with typical Dim Sum menu with higher than Average prices. Siew Mai is like $8. The porridge is nice and tasty. Other than that. I feel the food is overall average. If time permits, I think walking over to the Shop pest area, Imperial Treasure Dim Sum is much better in term of taste and price.
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