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Lao Beijing (Plaza Singapura) (老北京食堂)

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Designed to resemble an old Chinese teahouse, this restaurant serves northern Chinese cuisine, including noodles and dumplings. It has been named one of Singapore's top restaurants by Singapore Tatler and Wine & Dine. Highlights of the menu include Peking duck, Beijing-style sweet and sour fish, xiao long bao, guo tie and dan dan noodles.

Mon - Fri: 11:30 - 22:00

Sat, Sun &: 11:00 - 22:00

+65 67387207
$23 based on 48 submissions
Children/Family (14 votes), High Tea (14 votes), Dinner (13 votes)
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We are celebrating my grandfather 80th birthday and we need a private room for it. Since Lao Beijing is able to accommodate to our request, hence we decided to give it a try. We ordered set Menu D. There are also other set menus available. The service is quite good as we have our own personal waitress to serve 2 tables. The dishes are also served quite fast and we didn't have to wait for very long. Overall, the dishes are quite nice and I would recommend for family celebration with elderly as the taste suits them well.

For full review, visit
http://finaldustjourney.blogspot.sg/2014/07/lao-beijing.html

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• 06 Jul 2014 • 18 reviews • 18 followers

Lao beijing food review

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We are celebrating my grandfather 80th birthday and we need a private room for it. Since Lao Beijing is able to accommodate to our request, hence we decided to give it a try. We ordered set Menu D. There are also other set menus available. The service is quite good as we have our own personal waitress to serve 2 tables. The dishes are also served quite fast and we didn't have to wait for very long. Overall, the dishes are quite nice and I would recommend for family celebration with elderly as the taste suits them well.

For full review, visit
http://finaldustjourney.blogspot.sg/2014/07/lao-beijing.html
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• 26 Oct 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Waste of time waiting!

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The waiting time for xiao long bao was about half an hour for us, the buffet diners while the table beside us was ordering a la carte so their waiting time is only 10 mins. If you are looking forward to enjoying a satisfying serving of xiao long bao, dont waste your time waiting at this restaraunt. 
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• 26 Mar 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Not Worth The Trip

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The ambience was not too bad. It had the ambience which matches the northern cruisine  dishes. However the quality of the food was not up to standard. They use sub-standard ingredients to make their food. However if you are going for their ala carte menu then that's fine.

The waitress attitude was terrible and dishonest when she tried to substantiate for the lack of availability of xiao long bao
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