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Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum

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29 votes

68395623

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 14:30

Sun: 10:30 - 14:30

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$92 based on 28 reviews
Feed your craving for refined Cantonese soups and head to Li Bai Cantonese Restaurant where selection of soupy dishes that you crave to have blended with a set of unique ambiance with it's artistry touches of paintings and poems in the interior. See what foodies like this place for
fatpig • 23 Jan 2014464 reviews 68 followers

The year of the horse will be upon us in less than 2 weeks and I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to try out a few CNY dishes at Li Bai, courtesy of the kind folks at Sheraton Singapore.
 
Turbot Fish "Yu Sheng Loh Hei" - My first lou hei of the year and a relatively pleasing one at that. Instead of the usual salmon, Li Bai uses the turbot (大鲽鱼 or 大菱鲆), which is a relatively...

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  • Business Dining10 votes
  • Dinner10 votes
  • Lunch8 votes
  • Quiet8 votes
  • Children/Family6 votes
  • Fine Dining5 votes
  • Private Dining4 votes
  • Corporate Events3 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering3 votes

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fatpig • 23 Jan 2014464 reviews 68 followers

The year of the horse will be upon us in less than 2 weeks and I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to try out a few CNY dishes at Li Bai, courtesy of the kind folks at Sheraton Singapore.
 
Turbot Fish "Yu Sheng Loh Hei" - My first lou hei of the year and a relatively pleasing one at that. Instead of the usual salmon, Li Bai uses the turbot (大鲽鱼 or 大菱鲆), which is a relatively...

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ms-skinnyfat • 20 Jan 2014225 reviews 42 followers

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 Li Bai is well known for its wide range of Cantonese cuisine. I meant the restaurant located at the basement level of Sheraton Towers Singapore, not the famous Chinese poet. The cosy restaurant is popularly known for their dim sum but the other Cantonese dishes were stellar as well, which i found out after sampling some dishes from their Chinese New Year menu.
 
 Little appetizers were...

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The Hungry Bunny • 18 Dec 2013479 reviews 19 followers

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Li Bai belongs to the "old guard" of Cantonese fine dining, much like Hua Ting or Wah Lok. The restaurant may have acquired a bit of an antiquated sheen over the decades like the eponymous Tang Dynasty poet of lore, but it's timeless and familiar. Li Bai's classic Cantonese cuisine may not be the most innovative or spectacularly outstanding, but the food here is dependably and consistently good and...

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