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Lei Garden Restaurant (Chijmes)

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AsianCantoneseChineseDim SumSeafood
Lei Garden Restaurant is located at Chijmes and specialises in chinese cuisine.

Daily: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 23:00

+65 63393822
$62 based on 57 submissions
Dinner (26 votes), Lunch (25 votes), Children/Family (24 votes)
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My place for dim sum

My favourite place for weekend dim sum with the family. Food and service is excellent. It ranks amongst the top dim sum in town but more price competitive. So overall gets a 5-star rating from me for value for my buck!

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• 28 Nov 2014 • 105 reviews • 0 follower

My place for dim sum

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My favourite place for weekend dim sum with the family. Food and service is excellent. It ranks amongst the top dim sum in town but more price competitive. So overall gets a 5-star rating from me for value for my buck!
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• 06 Jun 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Tragic experience ever......

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We had such a tragic experience here.... it was beyond expression in opposite meaning.. We initially enjoyed wonderful time and meal here for my friend's farewell. However, nightmare started after 12hrs later.. 5 out of 7 started to agonize with unbearable pain, high fever and diarrhea. One was hospitarized eventually.. All of our stools contained salmonella according to the stool testing results. This high-standard posh restaurant seems to have double standard..sadly. Low hygienic condition and low customer service. If you are confident enough to endure vicious germs, pls give it a try!!
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• 01 Jun 2014 • 8 reviews • 0 follower

Nice food, inconsistent service

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I visited on a Sunday afternoon at 1:30pm. There are 3 seatings for lunch - 11:15, 12:45 and 13:30. Make a reservation if you can since it can get pretty crowded even though the space is quite big. The waitress at the front desk was pretty distracted and too busy and it resulted in her forgetting about me. But after waiting for some time, we were led to the 2nd floor in a nice room for lunch.

Overall, I thought the food was pretty good and the service we received was very polite as well. The waitress was very nice when answering questions about hosting a birthday lunch there. 

My favorite dishes include the beef brisket ($8), the glutinous rice ($4.80) and the steamed bamboo clam ($11.80). You really must try the bamboo clam because the sauce is AMAZING and the clam is very easy to chew. I thought the prices were very reasonable and comparable to other dim sum places, although I guess we didn't order the more expensive dishes like abalone or what not. The century egg porridge ($4.80) is not bad too! Skip the pan-fried carrot cake though.

For a full review and photos of the food, visit https://baconmonster.wordpress.com/2014/06/01/lei-garden/.
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