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The Cathay Restaurant 国泰

Asian, Cantonese, Chinese, Dim Sum

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53 votes

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Sun & PH: 18:00 - 23:00

Mon - Sat: 11:30 - 15:00

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 23:00

Sun & PH: 10:00 - 15:00

$35 based on 48 reviews
To make a free reservation,
call our hotline on 6884 6884(for all other enquires, call the restaurant direct on 67327888)
The Cathay restaurant, located at the Cathay, offers some of the finest Cantonese and Shanghainese cuisine. Its Interiors are laced with a touch of nostalgia, bringing diners back to the 1960s. See what foodies like this place for
cheesefoodie • 12 Nov 20141 reviews 0 followers

Had lunch with family, they are not prompt in welcoming customers, had to wait awhile before going in when restaurant not even half full.
U HAVE to order drinks if not they will stand around like a salesman and ask repeated times until you are fustrated or they give you black face, then you have no choice but to order. We ordered porridge and was just slight warm, not hot. Dessert came first instead of mains, rest of dim sum...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Dinner23 votes
  • Lunch23 votes
  • Children/Family22 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering18 votes
  • Business Dining13 votes
  • Quiet13 votes
  • Vibrant/Noisy11 votes
  • Fine Dining9 votes
  • Private Dining9 votes
  • Brunch7 votes
  • After Work6 votes
  • Boys Night Out6 votes
  • Corporate Events6 votes
  • Girls Night Out6 votes
  • Chillout4 votes
  • Hidden Find4 votes
  • High Tea3 votes
  • Large Groups3 votes
  • People Watching3 votes
  • View/Scenery3 votes

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  • Yolk Custard Bun3 votes
  • Expensive coconut dessert filled with cheap jelly.Expensive coconut dessert filled with cheap jelly.
  • yam ice cream in pumpkin pureeyam ice cream in pumpkin puree
  • spare ribs in special saucespare ribs in special sauce
  • home made tofu in crab meat saucehome made tofu in crab meat sauce
  • seafood conpoy riceseafood conpoy rice
  • deep fried white baitdeep fried white bait
  • salted egg yolk prawnssalted egg yolk prawns
  • zha leungzha leung
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cheesefoodie • 12 Nov 20141 reviews 0 followers

Had lunch with family, they are not prompt in welcoming customers, had to wait awhile before going in when restaurant not even half full.
U HAVE to order drinks if not they will stand around like a salesman and ask repeated times until you are fustrated or they give you black face, then you have no choice but to order. We ordered porridge and was just slight warm, not hot. Dessert came first instead of mains, rest of dim sum...

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Bentangster • 28 Jun 20144 reviews 0 followers

Fried meat rolls with thick batter, steamed Prawn dumpling with thick flour skin and small prawns, fish maw soup with thick flour mix, coconut dessert filled with cheap jelly mix. Service Is curt Absolutely the worst value for money. Don't come.

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Expensive coconut dessert filled with cheap jelly.
pickledpeas • 10 Jun 2014148 reviews 6 followers

See the full review with pictures here:
 http://pickledpeas.wordpress.com/2014/06/10/dinner-at-the-cathay-a-la-carte/ 
 
 They have 1 for 1 set deals for UOB, DBS, and I think HSBC cards, but those set meals are frequently something like $88++ or $98++ for two people, so if you don’t like the options in the set meal it makes sense to go for the a la carte options, which they do have.
 
 The restaurant itself smells a little fishy, like it hasn’t really...

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spare ribs in special sauce