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Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant (百龄麦旋转酒楼)

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An oldie and a goodie, this landmark restaurant is the only revolving restaurant in Singapore, located atop a grain silo. Enjoy views of the sea and city, over a meal of Beijing cuisine prepared by a Hong Kong masterchef. Menu highlights include Peking duck and shredded scallops with egg white.

Mon - Sat: 11:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30

Sun & PH: 10:30 - 14:30

Sun & PH: 18:30 - 22:30

+65 62728822
$57 based on 26 submissions
Children/Family (6 votes), Dinner (6 votes), Lunch (6 votes)
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  • DON"T TRY PLEASEEEEEE!!3 votes
  • Peking duck2 votes
  • ... timing how long one revolution takes1 vote
  • Scallops with egg white and fish1 vote
  • and then calculating your angular velocity...1 vote
  • not this set menu definitely1 vote
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• 16 Mar 2015 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

it is the past now

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I came here for brunch with my familY on a Sunday. There were more than 20 of us. First, we drove all the way there to enjoy dim sum with a view and visit some nostalgia. Of course, the carpark was crappy but luckily there was valet. 1. Food: it is really low standard Tim sum. Oily. Microwave heated. And practically overwhelming tastes to cover all its flaws. Like the Char Siew Bun which fell apart the moment u touched it. Or the Har Gao which tastes like the prawns were kept for ten years. The steamed rice roll that has oil for sauce. And all this would have been acceptable if they kept their pricing to 1975 pricing but no. Everything was ridiculously expensive. Lousy food + high prices= failed 2. Service: what service? I don't even get why we have to pay the 10% service charge when we didn't get any service. 3. View: not bad for a $400+ brunch but really not worth it.
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  • That must have been a time when the food was good.
• 29 Oct 2014 • 34 reviews • 1 follower

Peking duck and Osmanthus cake dessert worth a try!

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• 10 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

BAD National Day experience at PRIMA

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I went to Prima on National Day 14, to celebrate my mum in law’s birthday. I regret to say that this is the worse experience we ever had.
Prima recommended the national day set, which cost me $550+ after GST. Menu was lobster salad, Peking duck, shark fin, broccoli with abalone, steam fish, noodle, and chrysanthemum cake. This menu is quite, and no doubt the entire ingredients used are generous, but …..X0X0…..
Lobster salad – by mum-in-law asked, is this chicken salad? My bro in-law, say, no it is pork salad. End up; we ate the beans and vegetable of the salad, not the lobster. I am 100% sure the lobster is way over cooked.
Peking duck – shouldn’t it be crispy but juicy within??? The duck skin I have was dry, not even a drip of oil!! tasted worse than what I BBQ….. Imagine you BBQ a pock slice (Ba4 qua1) till it turn black, it is exactly that taste that you imagine!!. I think they pre-cook it in the afternoon, and microwave it at night (and I got the overcooked duck)
Shark fin is tasteless – no doubt every bowl has a lot of shark fin, but the soap is tasteless.
Broccoli with Abalone – broccoli is not cooked. We only ate the abalone.
Noodle – ok, but it is as good as the coffee-shop standard. I think is a new cook.
Chrysanthemum cake - this is the best of the day, but I think they prepare beforehand.
I am not sure if they got temp cooks, but the standard is worse than any coffee shop I been to. I saw the chef cook came up around 8.30pm, I think must have lots of complain.
Note –Actually I like this restaurant before this incident, I go there twice a month for dim sum, it is good. But I will recommend against going during festival season, or occasions (wedding??) where they do mess cooking.


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