Dim sum all week, every day. Pan Pacific’s level three Cantonese fine dine has a recently revamped its weekday dim sum lunch menu of 35 dishes and desserts, all as decadent as the next - from deep-fried yam paste with foie gras, steamed berkshire pork ‘char siew’ bun to steamed buns with abalone, carrot cake cubes in XO sauce, and swiflet’s nest egg tart. The menu doubles to close to 70 dim sum, soups, signatures and desserts on the weekends with items like gold-dusted steamed steamed vegetarian dumplings and pear-shaped potato dumplings.
Towering columns of red, embroidered ivory table cloth and overhanging red lanterns add to the restaurant's majestic intrigue. The food is also commendable. The price for one pax is SGD56 per person, but that is not including the 7% GST and 10% service charge. The final price comes up to SGD66. Tea, if you choose to have it, will come at an additional cost per person, not per pot. Service makes or breaks the dining experience, and here it kicks up the enjoyment several notches. The waitstaff are polite, and are eagle-eyed and quick to clear your dirty plates and refill your empty cups. Bonnie, my waitress, gave impeccable service. She indulged my questions, from opening time to trivia on a few dishes. Awesome!
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our company had an event for us to celebrate chinese new year previously and the set meal was quite affordable. we had yusheng, fish maw soup instead of shark's fin soup and my favourite wasabi prawns
company organised a Lou hei for cny. Ordered a 188 set meal with 8 disshes for everyone. The yusheng was pretty good And only costs 38 dollars. Planning to get one for the family. We startend with fish maw soup, followed by abalone. Both are very tasty. The highlight of the night is the rice in pumpkin, though most people didn't eat the pumpkin, it was a very innovative way to present the rice and rice was really good as well. Their tea though is very expensive 6 per head as compared to other restaurants.
The waitress was really polite, and explained the dishes served in full detail. She was always alert and would refill our tea without fail. The taste of food were on point and tasty. It's really 真材實料
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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.