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Walk through the Oriental wooden doorway into this restaurant that has been designed to mimic a Chinese courtyard. The main dining hall overlooks the Marina Bay and can accommodate only 70 people at a time, making this weekend-only lunch experience cosy and exclusive. Like its surroundings, Cherry Garden’s weekend dim sum buffet selection is mostly traditional, with a few modern touches like the escargot puff pastry ($5.80). Must order? The gold dusted (yes – edible, powdered gold) steamed bamboo pith and prawn dumplings or the poached garlic pork and mushroom dumplings in spicy Thai sauce. What Cherry Garden excels in is using fresh and premium ingredients to make the standard dim sum even more outstanding. The glazed kurobuta char siew pau (three for $5.80) is probably the best char siew pau we’ve had, ever. We hear the waitilist for this restaurant can go up to a few weeks – best book now.
Honey Glazed Kurobuta Pork Char Siew, golden dusted steamed bamboo pith, poached garlic pork and mushroom dumplings in spicy Thai sauce
Brunch, Buffet, Business Breakfast, High Tea, Lunch
$160 for 2 pax
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