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Grand Pavilion Restaurant

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Grand Pavilion Restaurant is a Cantonese cuisine restaurant serving a variety of homemade dim sum, for lunch only and a la carte items for both lunch and dinner. They have good value for money set menus for groups and you get to savour some of the chef's signature dishes.

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

+65 63376720
$44 based on 6 submissions
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I went there last weekend with my friend. Very good view, see MBS and Fullerton hotel right in front.
 
 Food is nice, can be better though.
 
 Staff are very friendly and helpful.
 
 Ambience is very good, classic decor and warm lighting.
 
 A bit pricy, but worth the money.

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• 08 Dec 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good for dating

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I went there last weekend with my friend. Very good view, see MBS and Fullerton hotel right in front.
 
 Food is nice, can be better though.
 
 Staff are very friendly and helpful.
 
 Ambience is very good, classic decor and warm lighting.
 
 A bit pricy, but worth the money.
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• 08 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

need to improve

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The services are slow and we need to wait for 30min in between 1st and 2nd dish. The coffee pork ribs are tough and the seafood noodles is bland. Luckily we ordered Crispy duck to save the day.
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• 23 Jul 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Good dim sum, value for money

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Read the reviews on the restaurant before going and was a little apprehensive. But the meal turned out really decent. Had dim sum lunch and thumbs up for these items - the siew mai had fresh, succulent prawns; both the century egg and fish porridge were smooth, tasty, with great consistency (unlike others tend to be too watery) and full of ingredients; xiao long bao, although real bite size, was juicy and the amount of soup in each bao was a lovely surprise; charcoal roasted pork fried in black sauce - the skin was a perfect crisp and meat was not tough, plus the sauce, it was delightfully yummy! texture of the pan fried carrot cake was really fine and could see radish shreds in them.

Service staff were attentive and prompt in response. The ambience was good. Overall the prices were reasonable. For 7 dim sum items, 1 plate of fried HK kai lan and a dish of Charcoal Roasted Pork, and the usual pickle, tea, etc, the bill totalled to $85.

For dim sum lunch, it's worth it!
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