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Cassia

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Cassia is a Chinese restaurant located at Capella Hotel Singapore, with sophisticated interior and unique blend of warm and cool tones. Its' dining room overflows onto an outdoor terrace overlooking verdant gardens and the distant city.

Daily: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 65915045
$68 based on 11 submissions
Quiet (3 votes)
Yammie Chin

Ideal Place For Weekend Lunch

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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09 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Ideal Place For Weekend Lunch

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.


04 Jun 2014 • 88 reviews • 0 follower

Highly recommended British Colonial Afternoon Tea!

For full review and photos, please visit: 
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/06/british-colonial-afternoon-tea-at.html

I have to rave about the afternoon tea here - This was one of the BEST that we had! We enjoyed every single item as they were all very high quality, really nothing to complain about. 

Just that we were a little unhappy about their service at the initial stage - We were the first to arrive and order for the afternoon tea before the next 2 tables arrived but we were the last to receive the 3-tier set which made us feel we were treated unfairly. Other than this incident, the service was very good, our tea was refilled regularly.
09 Feb 2014 • 136 reviews • 0 follower

Reminds me of HK michelin starred dim sum

this restaurant blew me away from the moment I stepped into it. Service was almost impeccable and super friendly. It’s very interesting how you are made to walk up a flight of steps and as you get nearer to the restaurant, it gets more and more plush. Very modern oriental interior it has! You even get private rooms that are separated from the main dining hall by these elegant partitions. Dim sum here is definitely not cheap and everything is above $5 but once you have it, you will know why. Standard of each dim sum is really high and actually reminded me of sky high dining Tin Lung Heen and my all time favourite Lung King Heen. It is that good! Finally, I have found a dim sum place that I can go to when I need to have some good HK Michelin dim sum!

For a more detailed review, please visit:
http://foodolicious.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/cassia-capella/

18 Oct 2011 • 18 reviews • 0 follower

Detailed review and photos!

I've written a detailed review with photographs at my blog, "she-glutton".

Here's a direct link to the entry about Cassia:

http://she-glutton.blogspot.com/2011/10/cassia-capella-hotel-sentosa.html

Enjoy!!!

04 Nov 2009 • 14 reviews • 0 follower

Spectacular room not quite matcched by the food

Had dinner at Cassia recently while staying on Sentosa for the weekend. The previous night we had the unfortunate experience of dining at Cliff so we thought we would try a different tack and try upmarket Cantonese and upmarket it is! First impressions were great as it is a spectacular room and the service was very professional (thanks - we were starting to think it no longer existed). The food however just didnt seem to match the prices. Unlike most asian restaurants most dishes here were not designed for sharing - we found this strange and it didnt really suit our group. I spoke to a work colleague and he felt that the chef's technique is superb especially on the traditional dishes while he felt that the fusion dishes were average. I cant really comment on cantonese technique but having lived in Hk for years I simply found the taste of the food a little bland considering the price. Also the wine list while extensive was extremely expensive.

Perhaps those who love true Cantonese specialities such as Birds Nest, Abalone and Sharks Fin might appreciate this restaurant more than us.