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Red Star Restaurant 红星酒家

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum

57%100%

152 votes

65325266

Daily: 07:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:00 - 22:30

$21 based on 193 reviews
Red Star Restaurant is a middle-class restaurant started jointly by four top Singapore chefs in the 70′s, managed by Master Chef Tan Rui Jia. Tan Rui Jia has since passed away, but his philosophy of economical, value-for-money, and tasty food lives on in Red Star. See what foodies like this place for
Wei Soon • 22 Jun 20141 reviews 0 followers

Overcharged on number of pax for tea. When queried, the supervisor was rude. Service bad but expected service charge up front. Not an overall nice experience.

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Children/Family45 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy45 votes
  • Lunch40 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering39 votes
  • Breakfast31 votes
  • Brunch28 votes
  • High Tea17 votes
  • Cheap Eat/Budget9 votes
  • Dinner8 votes
  • Weddings7 votes
  • Business Breakfast5 votes
  • People Watching5 votes
  • Business Dining4 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Buffet3 votes
  • Corporate Events3 votes
  • Large Groups3 votes
  • Wheelchair Friendly3 votes

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  • Century Egg Porridge13 votes
  • Egg Tart9 votes
  • None at all8 votes
  • Siew Mai8 votes
  • Carrot Cake6 votes
  • Char Siew Sou6 votes
  • Roast Meat Platter6 votes
  • Durian pancake5 votes
  • Chee Cheong Fun4 votes
  • Har Gow4 votes
  • Pork Ribs4 votes

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  • Roast pig skinRoast pig skin
  • Tim sum variousTim sum various
  • Century egg PorridgeCentury egg Porridge
  • Pig trotter in vinegarPig trotter in vinegar
  • Chicken feet and 排骨Chicken feet and 排骨
  • Dorian pudding and 龟苓膏Dorian pudding and 龟苓膏
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What others are saying...

Wei Soon • 22 Jun 20141 reviews 0 followers

Overcharged on number of pax for tea. When queried, the supervisor was rude. Service bad but expected service charge up front. Not an overall nice experience.

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YummyFoodBook • 23 May 201412 reviews 0 followers

The restaurant has an oldies feel and it is very spacious. I thought I was in some Hong Kong dim sum restaurant. Very cosy ambience. The dim sums are placed in the push carts pushed by the waitress. The waitress will push the push carts to your table and you can order what you want immediately. If you are looking for authentic dim sum, this is the place worth a visit. Though the queue was very long (we had waited...

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John Tan • 11 May 20141 reviews 0 followers

Good place to bring folks and kids for brunch ~~ with Tim sums on good old days' push cart and aunties shouting aloud to advertise their merchandise.

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Chicken feet and 排骨