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Cassia

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A modern Chinese restaurant, Cassia, takes inspiration from the age-old spice routes in Southern and Western China and the seas around Singapore. Recipes are based upon traditional, regional cooking and blended with haute Cantonese technique.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 65915045
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East Meet West~

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http://www.eatdreamlove.com/capella-cassia-afternoon-tea/

They have 2 options for the afternoon tea. You can either choose Oriental Dim Sum Afternoon Tea (E.g. Steamed siu mai topped with abalone) or Western Afternoon Tea Set with Gryphon Tea selections. We picked the Western Afternoon Tea. The pastries are creative. Some are even exotic like the Foie Gras Creme Brûlée.
    

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  • Afternoon Tea Set1 vote
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  • Garlic and Mozzarella Cheese (if you absolutely have to)1 vote
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  • strawberry puree and ice cream1 vote
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• 03 Mar 2015 • 59 reviews • 1 follower

East Meet West~

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Read my full review with more pictures at
http://www.eatdreamlove.com/capella-cassia-afternoon-tea/

They have 2 options for the afternoon tea. You can either choose Oriental Dim Sum Afternoon Tea (E.g. Steamed siu mai topped with abalone) or Western Afternoon Tea Set with Gryphon Tea selections. We picked the Western Afternoon Tea. The pastries are creative. Some are even exotic like the Foie Gras Creme Brûlée.
    
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• 01 Jan 2015 • 105 reviews • 0 follower

Strong first impression but average food only

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Walking in, can't help but be impressed by the ambiance and friendly service staff. However, the food really comes across as average or maybe a letdown after the high expectations given by the ambiance and menu. Would rather go to any neighbourhood restaurant for same quality of food at fraction of the price.
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• 09 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Ideal Place For Weekend Lunch

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I love this place for its decor and ambience.

The weekend set lunch comes with an assortment of choices, suitable for even the fussy ones.

Brought my mum for her birthday celebration, and we recieve the cutest longevity peach buns.


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