The ambience is so classy and the service is so immaculate. It is easy to be impressed with this place based on these alone.
As for the food, there are hits and misses. The dim sum items are just ordinary lacklustre stuff that lack the variety, creativity and depth, not exactly what I expect from a high end restaurant. Exception being the steamed bamboo and prawn dumpling with gold powder (luxurious) and conpoy dumpling (full of fresh seafood flavours), as seen in my photos.
Brunch is good value, in which one can try many of their signature dishes (kurobuta pork is flavourful and good, drunken prawns soaked in herbs and wine infused soup, are extremely fresh) in the brunch (avoid the Patin fish though, it tasted fishy), which are really tasty and not bad. Not to mention, there is free flow of dessert, which is the best thing about this brunch since the avocado dessert is so heavenly good. Talking about the avocado dessert, it is served in a mist of dry ice, 100 points for presentation on this one! The taste is very refreshing and unlike any other dessert I had tasted, so actually, I like it quite a lot.
Worth to go for the brunch. If only the place don't have this restrictive two slot timing thing ... I would have like this place more (I actually do not dine for a long time since I have no patience to hang around a place for long, but I still hate to have a time limit slapped on me).
This review (with pictures) can be found on my blog: http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/cherry-garden-brunch-is-great.html