Although this is the 4th time I write blogging about Yan Ting Restaurant at the St. Regis Hotel, I get this question from my readers all the time. If you have not heard before Yan Ting, I’m sorry to say that you will lose some of the best things in life.Most people have the misconception that the Yan Ting expensive because it is located at the St. Regis Singapore. I usually spend about $ 20 per person for lunch dim sum is good, and prices are similar to other leading dim sum restaurant like the Cherry Garden, Royal China, and heaven Taste.Steamed Shrimp Dumpling with second ($ 3.80) and pork dumplings ($ 3.80) is top-notched. I enjoyed the former crispy and fresh shrimp in semi-transparent skin, and the latter to the right proportion of shrimp and pork.There is just not enough superlatives in the world to properly describe the Char Siew Sou Ting Yan ($ 4.20). Is it good? Great? Fantastic? Beloved, go to Yan Ting Siew char and nibble pastries, and you’ll know what I mean.
Bit sweet and fresh char Siew carefully hidden in a soft and warm Buns Char Siew ($ 3.80). They are like a fine white cloud in the sky, yelling at us: GRAB ME!
From the dim sum menu Yan Ting, we also ordered a soggy but delicious Yam croquettes ($ 4.20), a hairy Radish Cake ($ 4.20) are fried but not too greasy, and the popular Radish Cake ($ 3.80) that I have every time.
Served with mayo sauce, a Deep-Fried Shrimp Dumplings ($4.20 for 3 pcs) fried until golden brown beauty, with the surrounding skin of the dumplings are very crisp. At the bottom, fill the shrimp was fresh and sweet. It’s really hard not to like this, unless you do not eat shrimp.
I would definitely go back to Restaurant Yan Ting whenever I wish to dim sum, but this is probably the last time I’ll blog about them unless there is a new addition to their dim sum menu. At $ 98 + + per person, weekends the number of Yan Ting’s dim buffet lunch is priced out of my league, but do let us know if you’ve tried it before.
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