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Hai Tien Lo

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Helmed by Master Chef Lai Tong Ping, Hai Tien Lo epitomises traditional Cantonese dining with a contemporary twist. Enjoy exquisite dim sum, double boiled soups, Peking duck and classic braised dishes, in addition to modern interpretations like the “Trio of Treasures” or “Lobster in Lemon Butter Sauce”.

Daily: 11:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 68268240
$71 based on 64 submissions
Dinner (24 votes), View/Scenery (24 votes), Lunch (21 votes)
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Weekend Ala Carte Dim Sum Brunch Buffet!

For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/05/weekend-dim-sum-brunch-buffet-at-hai.html


Out of the 14 dishes that I've ordered, 7 were great while 7 were a tad disappointing. So it's like half good half bad. 
Service was quite good and polite but they always seemed to be short of manpower each time I'm there and halfway the meal, we waited for nearly 40 mins for the next dish to be served. (Not sure if it's the kitchen or the waitress screwed up our order which caused such a long delay) 



Frankly speaking, so far my 3 visits here (2 times on weekend brunch buffet + 1 time on weekday lunch buffet) Our order was screwed up every visit. I think they should really rectify this problem with their kitchen or the staff or increase manpower especially on weekends and public holidays?


Considering the relax and nice ambience with not bad food quality, I will still recommend this place. 

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• 28 May 2015 • 120 reviews • 0 follower

Weekend Ala Carte Dim Sum Brunch Buffet!

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For full review and photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2015/05/weekend-dim-sum-brunch-buffet-at-hai.html


Out of the 14 dishes that I've ordered, 7 were great while 7 were a tad disappointing. So it's like half good half bad. 
Service was quite good and polite but they always seemed to be short of manpower each time I'm there and halfway the meal, we waited for nearly 40 mins for the next dish to be served. (Not sure if it's the kitchen or the waitress screwed up our order which caused such a long delay) 



Frankly speaking, so far my 3 visits here (2 times on weekend brunch buffet + 1 time on weekday lunch buffet) Our order was screwed up every visit. I think they should really rectify this problem with their kitchen or the staff or increase manpower especially on weekends and public holidays?


Considering the relax and nice ambience with not bad food quality, I will still recommend this place. 
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• 15 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great Canton Cuisine

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Went with a couple of friends for dinner quite a few months back. Loved the Liu Sha Bao (流沙包) that was oozing, very nice, got standard. The other dishes we had were exquisite too like the crab meat broth and bbq honey-glazed pork. Can't remember the other items but the food was great throughout. Service was good and warm. Always looking forward to going back there.
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• 27 Jan 2015 • 67 reviews • 3 followers

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http://missneverfull.com/?p=3710

CNY menu with a really flourishing prosperity Yusheng which includes ingredients such as lobster, salmon, scallops, etc. All the dishes were prepared using age-old recipes, but also sample the taste of chefs’ creations. 

Check detials on my blog. Thanks :)


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