We stayed at intercontinental and had dinner here. The dishes were tasty and authentic but due to the location more pricey . Staff were attentive and would come again
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Impressive tea selection that I would do a tea tasting with (if offered). The dishes are unique in their composition and I attribute that to a fusion bent. Overall, great ambience with reasonable pricing to match, at least if you were to compare the resto...More
For buffet, there was a wide range of dim sum to choose from. The seafood was very fresh. The dum sum was delicate and well executed. Truly raise the bar for fine dining. The service was prompt. Overall it was an enjoyable afternoon brunch with...More
First experience and felt food was average. Atmosphere is noisy and Price is not cheap for average food. Will not return.
Good variety of dishes. Service was courteous and prompt. Portions a little small though for price charged. Hope they will increase the portions a bit more as price is not cheap.
Not only is this restaurant reasonably priced, but using the AMEX 50% discount voucher makes it even more worth the trip.
We ordered prawn cook in cereal, prawn is freah. zheng Jiang pai gu is tender and juicy. We had the calamari with salted egg sauce..Is very crispy n nice. On top of these, we had a Tim sum item, the steam rice roll with char...More
Overall, food wise is standard, well executed Cantonese fares... Chilli crab meat with mantou is catering to foreigner tastebud with poor resemblance of the iconic dish. Double boiled soup is authentic cantonese taste. But service is a let down as it felt under staff at...More
Food was generally very average. Ambience of the restaurant was good n generally clean n modern. Not a value proposition.
Nice ambience. Restaurant was quite packed on a Sat. Beef brisket was as great as before. The service was good.