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Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum, Seafood
+65 63383363

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 15:00

Sun & PH: 11:00 - 15:00

Mon - Sun: 18:00 - 22:30

$38 based on 166 submissions
Lunch (64 votes), Children/Family (46 votes), Quiet (42 votes) ...

A picture of pale blue elegance, this top-notch Chinese restaurant is operated by a London-based restaurateur. Signature dishes include lobster noodles, crispy duck in pancake, roast suckling pig and traditional dim sum items. Casual attire such as shorts, bermudas, sandals and slippers are not permitted.

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  • dim sum 25 votes
  • har gao 15 votes
  • custard bun 14 votes
  • Barbeque pork puff 13 votes
  • lobster noodle 9 votes
  • Char Siew Bao 7 votes
  • cheong fun 6 votes
  • crispy aromatic duck 5 votes
  • egg tarts 5 votes
  • Peking Duck 4 votes
  • Steamed Bun with Fresh Mango and Salted Egg Yolk 4 votes
  • Steamed Scallop Dumpling 3 votes
  • Crispy Taro Roll with Scallo 2 votes
  • Deep Fried Beancurd Roll 2 votes
  • Set Lunch 2 votes
  • Steamed Chicken Claws in Spicy Sauce 2 votes
  • XO fried carrot cake 2 votes
  • bamboo clams 2 votes
  • chilled pureed pumpkin with coconut ice cream 2 votes
  • scallop dumplings 2 votes
  • siew mai 2 votes
  • Char Siew Shu 1 vote
  • Crispy duck roll 1 vote
  • Double-boiled Quail Soup 1 vote
  • Long Har Mee 1 vote
  • Mango Pudding 1 vote
  • Prawn with scallop and egg white 1 vote
  • Scallops cheong fun 1 vote
  • String Bean Crystal Dumpling in Chilli Oil 1 vote
  • char siew 1 vote
  • cheung fun with prawns and chives 1 vote
  • chrysanthemum jelly 1 vote
  • crabmeat ee-fu noodles 1 vote
  • crispy seafood noodles 1 vote
  • deep-fried Soon Hock 1 vote
  • orh nee 1 vote
  • peking duck with caviar 1 vote
  • prawn vermicelli 1 vote
  • red bean pancake 1 vote
  • soft shell crab 1 vote
  • soups 1 vote
  • steamed pork rib 1 vote
  • yang zhi gan lu 1 vote

Latest Review for Royal China at Raffles

Overall RatingBased on 124 reviews
Food/Drink3.7
Value3.5
Ambience3.8
Service3.2
Most helpful review:

Crispy roast duck and pork cubs

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 430

The pale blue décor can’t help resembles the little coveted robin blue shades of Tiffany. That was what first struck me when I walked into this elegant eatery at the colonial inspired Raffles Hotel. After settling down into our seats which were politely drawn out by a very smiley waiter, we proceeded to scan the menu. Not sure what to order, the waiter offered recommendations after sensing our hesitation. The crispy roast duck and cubes of roast pork are both flavourful with the right amount of saltiness while the dim sum har gow was a succulent package of fresh prawns wrapped in thin crystal skins.

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It's good, but is it the best?

Food/Drink 3 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 2
Total Reviews: 27

Housed in the charming and iconic 1887 colonial building that is the 5-star Raffles Hotel, Royal China is just a stone’s throw away from a few of the other famous dim sum places like Wah Lok, Lei Garden, and the newest arriving Kai Garden.

The dim sum at Royal China is good, with a fair share of hits and misses but nothing too memorable either way. Service is rather inattentive, but polite when they finally do get to you. If I were to return again, there are definitely some dishes I would make sure to order, and others that I'll make sure I don't. Here's the shortlist.

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Chee Cheong Fun!

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 202

Royal China is located at level 3, Raffles Hotel. Had went there for their dimsum on Sunday morning. Surprisingly, there were many people waiting in the queue as well. They have a lot of dishes for selection. It is worth the trip down as the dim sum is really good and not that expensive despite locating in a hotel. Must try their XO carrot cake, liu sha bao, chee Cheong fun! Suggest to make booking before going down else you might not get a table.

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