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30 votes

62203546

Daily: 12:00 - 15:00

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$81 based on 22 reviews
Located at Craig Road, Xi Yan is a Chinese restaurant that serves only what's fresh of the day at the market, and only one sitting for lunch and dinner will be served to ensure quality and consistency. The menu will also be delicately planned by the chef everyday. See what foodies like this place for
Ivy Ng 389 • 27 Dec 20111 reviews 6 followers

In the month of October, I was dinning at Xi Yan, This month happen to be Xi Yan 6th Anniversary. Jacky Yu, personally flew in from Hong Kong to introduce his new award-winning creations.
 
These are the few mouth watering dishes that still linger on my taste buds, long after the experience.
 
Crispy taro paste with diced abalone, the taste of this dish is traditional but very refine and refreshing.
 
Angel hair tofu & mushroom soup, this...

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Birds nest egg white custard in coconut juice

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Ivy Ng 389 • 27 Dec 20111 reviews 6 followers

In the month of October, I was dinning at Xi Yan, This month happen to be Xi Yan 6th Anniversary. Jacky Yu, personally flew in from Hong Kong to introduce his new award-winning creations.
 
These are the few mouth watering dishes that still linger on my taste buds, long after the experience.
 
Crispy taro paste with diced abalone, the taste of this dish is traditional but very refine and refreshing.
 
Angel hair tofu & mushroom soup, this...

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Birds nest egg white custard in coconut juice
Kris Leong 465 • 13 Sep 201169 reviews 5 followers

Located on the second floor of a shophouse in Chinatown, Xi Yan (http://www.burufly.com/travel-and-food/photos/ ) offers discreet dining in an elegant setting. Paintings flank the entrance and walls. I love the serving dishes used at Xi Yan. Obviously clear thought has been put in to not just the food, but the presentation of the food. Even the tea cups are distinct, with each guest having a tea cup with different motif. It would be a venue to bring overseas business...

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tomatoes in wasabi sesame sauce
sightsmelltaste • 01 May 201184 reviews 3 followers

Xi Yan prides itself for its private dining concept. One sitting policy for both lunch and dinner. Reservations only. Contemporary Chinese cuisine with an emphasis on creativity was key. Menu is carefully crafted by the chef and changes on a weekly basis. Was here for lunch on 23 April 2011.
 
It offers a selection of three menus for lunch, namely Premium, Popular and Power. Our choice of Popular set was the result of elimination. Two of the three main...

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