In the vibrant culinary landscape of Singapore, where flavours from around the globe converge in a symphony of taste and tradition, few dining experiences rival the delight of indulging in dim sum. Steeped in centuries of culinary heritage, dim sum has evolved into a beloved culinary tradition, offering a tantalising array of bite-sized delights that captivate both the palate and the soul.

From bustling street-side eateries to elegant Michelin-starred restaurants, Singapore offers a diverse tapestry of dim sum experiences that reflect the city’s rich multicultural heritage. In this article, we embark on a flavorful journey to uncover the best dim sum places in Singapore.

Note: This list is strictly not in order.

1. Shang Palace

Shang Palace Dim Sum Singapore
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Shang Palace restaurant, a stalwart presence in the Singapore dim sum scene since its inception in 1971, exudes an unwavering dedication to honouring the grace, opulence, and evolution of Cantonese cuisine. Rooted in tradition yet tailored to contemporary tastes, the flavours curated here reflect a seamless fusion of the past and present—with innovative menu items like the Crispy Bean Curd Skin Rolls with Foie Gras and Scallop, this restaurant is definitely a must-try.

Customer Reviews

Elden Teo
Great place to have a high quality meal, the atmosphere here is peaceful and quiet perfect for family gathering with multiple private rooms available here. The dishes here tasted extremely flavourful with nice presentation especially the Roasted crispy Peking Duck. Staffs here are also friendly and welcoming. Prices here are on the higher end but that is to be expected for food of this standard. There is also a wide range of dessert and tea choices here. Overall highly recommended for special occasions with a larger group of people.

Bon Lau
Went there for bday lunch in a enclosed room, food were good especially the spring onion crab and duck ee mian. Dim sum was in artistic presentation but taste was average. would definitely be back to try others. Waitress was good and nice.

Ashley Lee
Very pleasant experience. Server was very attentive and polite. Gave good recommendation for food. Food is great. Not salty nor oily. Most of the Dim Sum can be ordered based on quantity, which provides flexibility to diners. Portion size is big, even for dim sum. And yet it doesn’t compromise on quality. Cakes were provided for birthday diners. Will definitely visit again.

Contact:6213 4473
Location:22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 12 PM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11 AM – 3 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM

2. Tim Ho Wan

Tim Ho Wan Best Dim Sum Singapore
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For good food that doesn’t break the bank, try out Tim Ho Wan—an affordable Michelin-starred dim sum place in Singapore. We highly recommend getting the “Big Four Heavenly Kings,” which consists of the Steamed Egg Cake, Vermicelli Roll with Pig’s Liver, Pan-Fried Carrot Cake, and the internationally acclaimed BBQ Pork Bun. With eight outlets strategically situated across Singapore, this restaurant brings the essence of authentic dim sum cuisine right to your doorstep.

Customer Reviews

2bearbear Tom Lim
The great thing about dining at Tim Ho Wan is that you’d always be able to anticipate great quality Hong Kong cuisine right here in Singapore. Although we had our very first Tim Ho Wan in Hong Kong and thoroughly enjoyed our time (and the lower prices) there, we were actually able to reminisce the tastes that we had at Tim Ho Wan HK while dining at Tim Ho Wan Plaza Singapura – well, maybe except the Steamed Sponge Cake (香滑马来糕), which was incredible in HK. The only thing that piqued our interest was whether the fried version of the Golden Lava Salted Egg Buns (黄金流沙包) tastes just as good, if not better? If you have tried it at Tim Ho Wan, do let us know what you think! For more details, visit 2bearbear today!

As usual Tim Ho Wan never disappoints! I’ve been to different locations in different countries and I’ve always had great experiences!! Top class dim sum at very affordable prices!

Michelle Tan
Went for dinner at around 630pm on a weekday and it wasn’t too crowded. The service was quick and the food was great as always. Would definitely recommend the BBQ pork bun and chilli oil dumplings. 🙂

Contact:Aperia Mall: 6684 2000
Great World City: 6483 2000
Jewel: 6513 8588
112 Katong: 6636 2000
Marina Bay Sands: 6688 7600
Plaza Singapura: 6251 2000
Tai Seng: 6246 2000
Tampines 1: 6694 2000
Westgate: 6686 2000
Waterway Point: 6243 7088
Location:Aperia Mall: 01-01/02/03, Lavender Aperia, 12 Kallang Ave, Singapore 339511
Great World City: 1 Kim Seng Promenade, #01-139 Great World, City Singapore 237994
Jewel: No 02-223, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd., Changi Jewel, 819666
112 Katong: 112, 02, 01/02 E Coast Rd, I12 Katong 02, Singapore 428802
Marina Bay Sands: B2-02/03/04, Canal Level, The Shoppes 2 BayFront Ave, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Plaza Singapura: 01-29A/52, Plaza Singapura, 68 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238839
Tai Seng: Tai Seng St, #01-36-39 18, Singapore 539775
Tampines 1: 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-43/44 Tampines One, Singapore 529536
Westgate: 3 Gateway Dr, #01-13/14 Westgate, Singapore 608532
Waterway Point: 83 Punggol Central, #01-62 Waterway Point West Wing, Singapore 828761
Opening Hours:Aperia Mall: Monday – Thursday: 11 AM – 9 PM | Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 9 AM – 9.30 PM

Great World City: Monday – Thursday: 11 AM – 9 PM | Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10 AM – 9.30 PM 

Jewel: Monday – Thursday: 11.30 AM – 10 PM | Friday – Sunday: 9 AM – 10 PM 

112 Katong: Monday – Thursday: 11 AM – 9 PM | Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10.30 AM – 9.30 PM

Marina Bay Sands: Sunday – Thursday: 11 AM – 10 PM | Friday – Saturday: 11 AM – 11 PM 

Plaza Singapura: Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10 AM – 9.30 PM 

Tai Seng: Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 9 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10 AM – 9 PM 

Tampines 1: Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10 AM – 9.30 PM 

Westgate: Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 9 AM – 9.30 PM 

Waterway Point: Monday – Friday: 11 AM – 9 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10 AM – 9 PM

3. The Dim Sum Place

The Dim Sum Place Singapore
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Established in 2016, The Dim Sum Place swiftly garnered acclaim as a distinguished halal-certified dim sum place in Singapore, renowned for its extensive array of Hong Kong-style dim sum and authentic Cantonese fare. Some items we recommend include the delectable Crystal Shrimp Dumpling and Molten Salted Egg Custard Bun.

Customer Reviews

The Dim Sum Place serves tasty custard buns and duck wings. We had takeaway, and there’s no takeaway fee for the packaging. The service is fast and good. Packaging is very nice too. The duck wings is very juicy and tasty. The marinated soy sauce soak totally into the duck wings. The custard buns are very smooth, watery, soft and the custard is hot. It’s on the expensive side, though, but worth trying if you like custard buns. Also, the restaurant is fully packed on a weekday evening!

Josh Lim
Came here for dinner since the kids had their class nearby. 4 adults and 2 kids. It’s good they have baby seats. Surprised this is a halal restaurant. Food is good actually. And service is also very good, especially from Luis. Will bring our Muslim friends here next time.

Joseph Estrella
I ate lunch with the family last Sunday and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We actually overordered since everything in the menu looks good. The service was excellent and the staff was very attentive. We especially loved the chicken wanton soup,chicken siew mai, fried chicken with roasted salt & garlic, and the deel fried salted egg yolk prawn. We will definitely come back for more!

Contact:North Bridge Road: 6655 8787
Changi City Point: 6592 8815 / 6592 8813
The Centrepoint: 6970 8812
Location:North Bridge Road: 791 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198759
Changi City Point: 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Changi City Point, #B1-30/31, Singapore 486038
The Centrepoint: 176 Orchard Road, #B1-07, The Centrepoint, Singapore 238843
Opening Hours:North Bridge Road: Sunday – Thursday: 11 AM – 11 PM | Friday – Saturday: 11 AM – 2 AM

Changi City Point: Monday – Thursday: 10.30 AM – 9.30 PM | Friday – Sunday: 10 AM – 10 PM

The Centrepoint: Monday – Thursday: 10.30 AM – 9.30 PM | Friday – Sunday: 10 AM – 10 PM

4. Hua Ting

Hua Ting Singapore Dim Sum Place
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Over the years, Hua Ting Restaurant has firmly established itself as a culinary cornerstone in Singapore, earning accolades and acclaim for its unwavering commitment to excellence. This dim sum place in Singapore embodies the essence of Chinese fine dining within the hospitality landscape, constantly innovating new dishes while serving authentic Cantonese fare.

Customer Reviews

Nicholas Leong
Cozy and nice place. Feels relaxing to dine here. Majority food are delicious and tasty. Especially the wagyu beef cubes, fresh and tender, like it very much. Steam fish is great, not salty without having rice. The staff here are friendly and nice, met some them, Debbie, Janet and etc. Dietary restrictions: Able to advice the chef less salt.

Ritz Blitz
Hua Ting is located in Orchard Hotel which is at the end of the Orchard Road shopping belt. The place was fully patronised and some outstanding dishes included the beef bun and battered octopus tentacles. We would like to particularly highlight a staff called Katherine. She was extremely attentive and went above and beyond to look after our needs, explain many dishes in detail after they arrive, and was so warm and sincere in her demeanour. Hope the restaurant will recognize her work ethic and excellent service.

Amy Chow
Overall experience is great. Especially the steam fish meat is fresh and tender, sauce wise is not salty at more, perfectly to have it without rice. Wagyu beef cubes is the next best dish, it gives a smooth feeling when chewing it. Cynthia and Wendy are friendly and kind, very professional. I would recommend this restaurant.

Contact:6739 6666
Location:Orchard Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 442 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238879
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM

5. Social Place

Social Place Best Dim Sum Sg
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Hailing from Hong Kong, Social Place is celebrated for its innovative approach to contemporary Chinese cuisine. At this Singapore dim sum spot, Cantonese dishes are infused with creative twists, promising a gastronomic adventure like no other—just look at their wobbly, pig-shaped pudding! With a variety of Instagram-worthy dining options, this restaurant is a must-visit.

Customer Reviews

Hang Thu
Our family of 3 spent the Valentine evening here to try a different dim sum restaurant. We are thrilled to walk in nice decorated place. Most of the dishes are made with a little twist. The cabbage in soya milk looks simple but delicious. The pig pudding is a must try as it’s so cute.

Tommy Lim
I didn’t do the food justice with my pictures. The taste and presentation were excellent, and the price was right. Coconut soup was refreshing, savory, and nutty. It’s really unique. I also loved the char siew beef. All in all, a great family outing. I recommend it.

Dr Jade Kua
Ducked in with my daughter at a rather late hour and managed to order just before the kitchen closed. I loved the seafood crackling rice which I thought was pretty good value and my daughter loved the Wagyu char siu. We didn’t finish the scallion oil noodles as we found the noodles thick & stodgy but the rest of the meal was so delicious it definitely made up for the noodle dish and we will probably return with my sons as this is pretty convenient, being at Forum. Kid-friendliness: Super kid-friendly. The staff was attentive and patient with my eleven-year-old daughter. I also noticed several other families present, some with very young children and all appeared to be having a good time.

Contact:8870 2288
Location:Social Place Singapore FORUM The Shopping Mall, Orchard Rd, #01-22 583, Singapore 238884
Opening Hours:Monday – Sunday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 9 PM

6. Yan Ting

Yan Ting Best Dim Sum Place Sg
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Yan Ting, nestled within the St. Regist Singapore, is a culinary gem renowned for its impeccable Cantonese cuisine, captivating the palates of even the most discerning gourmands. Visit this dim sum place in Singapore on lazy weekend mornings and indulge in their weekend dim sum brunch menu, which consists of delicious dim sum delights and a complimentary flow of beverages (including champagne!).

Customer Reviews

Greg Lee
Food was great and yummy! We ordered their signature set menu and enjoyed it. All the dishes were on point, not too salty and oily. Overall we enjoyed and will come back for their dim sum!

Alexander Reinaldo
Super nice Peking duck with crispy skin, fluffy pancake and succulent meat, complete it with refreshing and fragrant Fish Maw broth, healthy soy sauce sea perch and juicy roasted pork belly, well-paired with mustard sauce. It was definitely worth to come back again for more.

Kiam Boon
We recently had the pleasure of dining at Yan Ting. The staffs (Bruce and Yong Zhe) were incredibly friendly and accommodating. The food was absolutely delicious and the presentation was beautiful. The atmosphere was warm and inviting. The service was top notch and the staffs were very knowledgeable about the menu. I would highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for a fine dining experience. The staffs were attentive and made sure that our experience was enjoyable. I would definitely come back again!

Contact:6506 6887
Location:29 Tanglin Rd, Level 1U The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247912
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 12 PM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 10.30 AM – 3 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10.30 PM

7. Kai Garden

Kai Garden Dim Sum Singapore
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Located in Marina Square, Kai Garden emerges as a culinary oasis specialising in refined Cantonese cuisine. The kitchen is helmed by award-winning Group Executive Chef Fung Chi Keung, who puts a creative spin on popular dim sum classics. Try out their Pan Fried Charcoal Pork Bun, which is coloured black with squid ink, for a new way to enjoy pork dumplings. Otherwise, you can stick with traditional options like the flavourful Signature Steamed Custard Bun. Whether you prefer the old or the new, this is an excellent dim sum place in Singapore!

Customer Reviews

Sherry Lee
Food was good, great variety and presentation too. Staff were attentive and pleasant and really tries their best. They serve and clear items promptly and top up your tea regularly despite being very busy. Dishes came out real quick too. Pork belly and signature fried rice were great. As the space isn’t that big, just be prepared for the noise and enjoy the bustling atmosphere!

Valerie Leong
They have maintained their good standard and we were happy with our meal. Portions are big and good for sharing. Should come in groups of at least 4 pax to share the food. Peking Duck, braised tofu with cabbage n pork, prawns with egg white, angel hair with seafood and black truffle were all good.

Pamela See
Went to try their dim sum brunch and they deserved much praise for their quality food, service and ambience! The staff taking care of my table experience was attentive and even change our plates automatically. Their carrot cake in XO sauce, ee-fu noodles,  deep fried yam and pumpkin, scallop dumpling are superb! Finish your meal with a sweet and sour palate cleansing chilled aloe vera with lemon grass jelly. Will definitely come again to try other food on the menu!

Contact:6250 4826
Location:6 Raffles Blvd, #03-128A/128B Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 3.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 11 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11 AM – 4 PM, 6 PM – 11 PM

8. Taste Paradise

Taste Paradise Singapore Dim Sum
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Dubbed “Chinese cuisine with a difference,” Taste Paradise presents a sophisticated blend of traditional Cantonese fare and contemporary Chinese gastronomy, curated to tantalise the senses. You can dig into the classic steamed Siew Mai or go for more creative options, like the Deep-Fried Prawn and Mango in Salad Sauce Roll. A spectacular non-hotel dim sum place in Singapore, Taste Paradise is not one to miss.

Customer Reviews

Shane CPS
Blown away by their dim sum choices. The freshness of the ingredients are obvious strength that they have. They are very generous with their portions as well. The ice plant salad is an amazing choice to start the lunch, very yummy. Mango prawn fritters are very good too. Love the XO carrot cake and the Siew Mai. Forgotten to take the photo of the lobster pao fan which is very delicious as well. Avocado with coffee ice cream is the only so so item I feel.

Wendy Tan
Our first time here for dimsum. Fresh seafood and service were great! This is a very nice restaurant. Highly recommend for their dimsum! Reservation needed.

Jessie Seah
My family and I always patronise this branch because Manager John Lim never fail us in his food recommendation as well as his excellent service. He is a genuine person and we trust him. You can hardly find anyone like him who treats his customers sincerely. He is a gem of Taste Paradise! Kudos!

Contact:6509 9660
Location:2 Orchard Turn, #04-07, Singapore 238801
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 11 AM – 3 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM | Saturday – Sunday: 10.30 AM – 4.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM

9. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant

Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant
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Indulge in the lavish Cantonese-style dim sum experience offered at Xin Cuisine, where every bite promises a journey through the Chinese culinary experience. This award-winning dim sum place in Singapore offers timeless classics like the Steamed Barbecued Pork Bun, Custard Bun with Salted Egg Yolk, and Shrimp Dumpling with Fish Roe. Available exclusively during lunch hours, Xin Cuisine invites you to immerse yourself in the art of Cantonese dim sum.

Customer Reviews

Julius Tan
Quality Chinese restaurant with good tasting dishes executed very well. Enjoyed the truffle oil mushroom and sliced grouper the most. Family members said the string beans dish was very good as well.

Yong Siew Wong
High end Chinese restaurant serves quality Cantonese cuisine that suits locals and elderly. We enjoyed their food especially the roast duck and steam fish, I think it’s the mvp dish for the night. It’s a good choice for special occasions with family and friends.

Every visit – and I mean every – to this restaurant is always – and I mean always – thoroughly delightful; everyone is seen lapping up every dish like how a kid licks a chocolate gelato. The suckling pig is a must-order, and delicacies like sea cucumber and scallops are brilliantly executed with precise taste, texture, and temperature. Keep it up.

Contact:3138 2531
Location:317 Outram Rd, Singapore 169075
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 3 PM, Dinner: 5.30 PM – 9.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 1 PM, 1.15 PM – 3 PM, Dinner: 5.30 PM – 9.30 PM

10. Cassia

Cassia Best Dim Sum Place Singapore
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Experience a fusion of modernity and tradition at Cassia, where the essence of Cantonese cuisine is reimagined within an ambience inspired by the historic spice routes of Southern and Western China. This Singapore dim sum spot offers a wide range of dim sum items, including the Crystal Dumpling with Fresh Mushroom and Black Truffle and Pan-Fried Wagyu Beef Bun with Black Pepper. Seafood enthusiasts can also try out their Signature Australian Rock Lobster Dumpling, which is limited in availability.

Customer Reviews

Timothy Lim
The restaurant is beautiful and intimate while having the feeling of an upmarket place. Service is excellent with all the staff attentive enough to refill tea and water without asking. Food is delicious, and portions are just nice for lunch. Had the lunch set menu. Will definitely come back to try dinner next time.

Tan Wp
A place with nice pleasant ambience where I can slowly enjoy my food. If you have discussions or chats as the whole restaurant is not noisy with soft music in background. Like the cod fish the most as it is very fresh. Be prepared to pay a little premium for the dining experience. Service is excellent and staff is attentive and comes refilling up the tea without asking.

Carol L
Very nice decor and ambiance, great food and excellent service. Price was reasonable too. Everything was good but the staff really deserve special mention as everyone was so nice. My friends and I really enjoyed the whole experience. We had dinner today. Will be back to try the dim sum.

Contact:6591 5045
Location:1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098297
Opening Hours:Monday – Sunday: Lunch: 12 PM – 2 PM, Dinner: 6.30 PM – 10 PM

11. Summer Pavilion

Summer Pavilion Singapore Dim Sum
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Indulge in an unparalleled culinary experience at a one-Michelin-starred dim sum place in Singapore, where Chef de Cuisine Cheng Siu Kong masterfully crafts exquisite and contemporary Cantonese cuisine. Meat lovers will be delighted with the selection of dim sum options, which include steamed lobster, steamed prawn, and steamed pork dumplings.

Customer Reviews

Joshua Goh
Our anniversary at Summer Pavilion was enchanting. The refined setting, flawless service, and delectable Chinese cuisine created an unforgettable experience. Every dish was a burst of flavors, complemented by the breathtaking views. A truly ideal spot for celebrating special moments with your loved one.

Vivian Charlotte
My experience here was top-notch from beginning to end! The receptionist was quick to respond and very accommodating. The staffs (Karen and another helpful staff) were exceptional in their customer service and knowledge of the menu. The food, especially the poached rice with lobster, was outstanding, and the complimentary birthday dessert was simply delicious.

Strategic Excellence
Very impressive service. All staffs are professional at the top notch. Specially thanks to Mr. Kelvin / Keion, very approachable & attentive. Suggestions are practical, humble & cheerful. Food is awesome. The fish collagen soup is a must! Love the tea duck & poach rice so much. Dessert the mochi sesame ball is authentic & soft chewy. Can’t forget the Oolong lychee (hot), never had such an aromatic tea since. Try it to believe. 😍

Contact:6434 5286
Location:7 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039799
Opening Hours:Monday – Sunday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6.30 PM – 10.30 PM

12. Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant

Wah Lok Restaurant Best Dim Sum Place Sg
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Since its establishment in 1988, Wah Lok Cantonese Restaurant has consistently garnered acclaim thanks to its authentic, delectable Cantonese cuisine and dim sum selection. At this dim sum place in Singapore, you can indulge in fan favourites like the Baked Barbecue Pork Buns and Steamed Crab Meat & Egg White Dumplings for a fulfilling meal.

Customer Reviews

Rachel Tan
Wah Lok Cantonese Dim Sum restaurant exceeded all expectations! The ambiance was elegant, service impeccable, and the dim sum was a delightful symphony of flavors. Each dish showcased precision and freshness, making it a truly memorable dining experience. Highly recommend for those seeking authentic Cantonese cuisine in a refined setting.

May Lai
This is the quintessential Cantonese dim sum place with consistent quality and selection. We’ll come by whenever we crave solidly good dim sum. Mind you the pricing is not cheap – see latest dim sum menu in picture. The roast duck is tender, juicy and not too fatty. Top it off with fantastic service, no wonder this place remains popular.

Ruth Ng
Was recommened Wah Lok by a friend! It did not disappoint at all! Loved the service, as well as enjoyed the dim sum! Will definitely visit Wah Lok again!

Contact:6311 8188
Location:76 Bras Basah Rd, Singapore 189558
Opening Hours:Monday – Saturday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6.30 Pm – 10 PM | Sunday: Lunch: 11 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner 6.30 PM – 10 PM

13. Cherry Garden

Cherry Garden Dim Sum Singapore
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For one of the best dim sums in Singapore, step into Cherry Garden, which offers an enticing array of Cantonese cuisine, infused with artistic modern twists. Their menu, which is made with the freshest seasonal produce, showcases authentic dim sum dishes prepared with precision and fare, from Steamed Pork Siew Mai with Baby Abalone to Braised Iberico Pork Rib in Black Vinegar.

Customer Reviews

Chau Trinh
Cherry Garden impresses with its charming decor, and a thoughtfully crafted menu featuring diverse options. Every dish we savored was delightful and accompanied by exceptional service. Their gracious gesture of a complimentary birthday cake added to the memorable experience. We thoroughly enjoyed our experience and look forward to returning for another delightful dining experience.

Seema Dhall
Most amazing food@ the Mandarin oriental, Singapore 🇸🇬.  We went for my birthday celebrations and were absolutely blown away but the quality of food and the great service. You should order the Peking duck,the hostess suggested wd order half which  was enough for all of us and some was enough left over to cook into a main dish. There are lots of options available on the menu and each dish we tried was full of flavour. The service was excellent and I highly recommend this restaurant to everyone who wants to try Cantonese food.

Chua Bernard
Had a great Weekend Dim Sum Buffet Lunch offered by Cherry Garden. Worth every dollar as we got served with really great tasting and executed food. Every dish was Great! My flavorite was their rendering of my favorite Sweet & Sour pork was spot on.. Crispy on the outside, tender & soft inside, everything in this dish was balanced 👍🏻 Top Notch service was provided by their attentive service staffs (Especially Jennie & Joy) too. A Cantonese Restaurant to return to over and over again. Great Team!

Contact:6885 3500
Location:5 Raffles Ave., Singapore 039797
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 12 PM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6.30 PM – 10.30 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11 AM – 1 PM, 1.30 PM – 3.30 PM, Dinner: 6.30 PM – 10.30 PM

14. Mott32 Singapore

Mott 32 Best Dim Sum Sg
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Mott32 stands as a globally acclaimed Chinese restaurant brand, celebrated for its diverse culinary offerings representing various regions such as Canton, Shanghai, and Beijing. With a commitment to excellence, this Singapore dim sum place showcases an extensive selection of premium ingredients, ranging from the freshest seafood to meticulously crafted homemade dim sum and the finest cuts of Kobe and Wagyu beef.

Customer Reviews

Mott 32 at Marina Bay Sands pleasantly surprised me with its exquisite Chinese cuisine. 🥢 Despite expecting a steakhouse, the diverse menu offerings showcased the restaurant’s culinary versatility. Each dish was a delightful fusion of flavors, leaving me thoroughly impressed with the quality and taste. 🍜 The elegant design of the restaurant added to the overall dining experience, with its chic ambiance and comfortable seating options providing the perfect backdrop for a memorable meal. 🏮 One aspect that stood out was the efficiency of the service. Despite the bustling atmosphere, the staff ensured that the food was served promptly, allowing for a seamless dining experience. ⏱️ Whether it’s a quick lunch or a leisurely dinner, Mott 32 delivers on both speed and quality, making it a top choice for any occasion. Overall, I highly recommend Mott 32 to anyone looking for exceptional Chinese cuisine in Marina Bay Sands. With its delicious food, stylish ambiance, ample seating, and efficient service, it’s a dining destination worth visiting time and time again.

Lola L
Peking duck had crispy skin and was delicious! However, the duck eefu noodles was not impressive. The 叉烧 and 烧肉 were quite pricey but worth trying once. The spicy chicken cubes 辣子鸡 was fantastic!

Esther Bebe
We had the lunch set. Food was artistically displayed and served. Taste was amazing and satisfying. I’ve always loved the seafood hot and sour soup…MUST HAVE!!! They have quite a good selection of tea as well. You have to try it. Goes well with the food. Service was tip top. We were very well taken care throughout our meal. Thank you. Will be back to try the Peking duck next.

Contact:6688 9922
Location:10 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 42 / 41 Galleria Level, Singapore 018956
Opening Hours:Sunday – Thursday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 3.30 PM, Dinner: 5 PM – 11 PM | Friday – Saturday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 3.30 PM, Dinner: 5 PM – 12 AM

15. 5 On 25

5 on 25 Singapore Best Dim Sum
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At this dim sum place in Singapore, immerse yourself in an atmosphere of modern elegance, where the essence of refined Cantonese cuisine meets a sophisticated blend of romance and nostalgia. During weekends, delight in an array of dim sum delicacies, each a testament to culinary artistry. You can also enhance your dining experience with a curated selection of exceptional teas and wines while speaking in stunning views of the cityscape.

Customer Reviews

S Wun
Definitely worth a visit. Food quality is tip top and the servers were giving us full attention to our needs. I would recommend the fish cartilage soup and the vegetables. The simple vegetable dish was cooked to perfection. April 2023: visited again and was once again impressed by the service, food quality and ambience. We had no reservation made and so were told that the first and only sitting was filled. We would be called at 1.30pm or earlier if any table got freed up. Indeed, at about 12.45, we received the call! Order a variety of dim sum and the cartilage soup. All dishes were very well done and it reminded me of why I was planning my next visit while still eating! Dec 2023: visited twice in Dec. Once for Christmas Eve and once on NYE. very good service and food. Soups are oer person but the bowl is fairly big. So if you wanna share amongst 2-3 people, it is big enough.

Nicole Wong
Duck was really good. I don’t usually like duck but this didn’t have any gamey taste and had the fragrance of the tea smoke. Lobster pao fan was also good with perfectly cooked lobster.

Annie Cheong
I had an incredible dining experience at your restaurant. The service provided was absolutely impeccable – from the moment I walked in, the staff, Xin Wen and the intern from Taiwan made me feel welcome and attended to my every need with utmost professionalism. Moreover, I was blown away by the quality and taste of the food. Every dish I tried was beyond delicious and exceeded my expectations. The flavors were exceptionally well-executed, and the presentation of each plate was stunning. Overall, it was a truly delightful culinary journey filled with outstanding service and superb food. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for an unforgettable dining experience.

Contact:6408 1234
Location:5 Fraser St, Level 25 Andaz, Singapore 189354
Opening Hours:Monday – Friday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM | Saturday – Sunday: Lunch: 11.30 AM – 1 PM, 1.15 PM – 2.30 PM, Dinner: 6 PM – 10 PM


In conclusion, Singapore’s vibrant culinary scene offers a plethora of options for dim sum enthusiasts, each promising a unique and delightful dining experience. From traditional favourites to innovative creations, these esteemed establishments have elevated the Singapore dim sum landscape to new heights, showcasing the rich flavours and culinary heritage of Cantonese cuisine.