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Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant (新故乡)

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Address: #04-00, Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, 317 Outram Road, 169075
Located in the Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium, Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant specialises in Chinese cuisine. It offers a wide variety of traditional dishes to please and a mix of fusion creations to impress. Couple these with the fine ambience of the restaurant, this is almost certainly like an ideal retreat.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:30 - 22:30

Sun: 10:30 - 14:30

Sun: 18:30 - 22:00

+65 67317173
$38 based on 41 submissions
Lunch (14 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (11 votes), Children/Family (10 votes)

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Really Nice Fine Chinese Dinner

See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/10/02/really-nice-fine-chinese-dinner-xin-cuisine-on-1oct2015/

wife & i went to xin cuisine for dinner on 1.10.2015.^^

though this is a palate restaurant, we had never use the amex palate privileges here before today.

the last time we had a superb fine dining here was 2.5yrs ago on 31.3.2013 for a ANZ set promotion.

in fact, soup looked quite pathetic but it tasted phenomenal!!!

i think this excellent lie tong 例汤 should be offered & served in a nice earthen pot like at tunglok or say lei gardens in hk instead of an individual per portion serving. at the very least, either if it is served per portion, it should be done in a nice bowl instead of a jack’s place kind of soup serving!

must try to do this lie tong at home.

actually the duck & veg were just as phenomenal!

this tea infused duck is the best roast duck i tried!! definitely better than the very nice duck at canton paradise

the tea fragrance was so lingering! amazing! restaurant manager said it was because the hk chef not only smoked but also marinated the duck in tea.

maybe i will try my tea infused duck again…

this preserved vege with chinese small cabbage & egg plant was super also.

the flavours of the preserved vegetables with the light soy sauce, not salty, was inviting.

a very fine vegetable dish. 

the big prawn crispy noodles was great, as expected.

crispy noodles & broth all good.

lobster noodles also good, but broth tasted perhaps just a wee bit not as good.

overall still a very good dish.

i tried my own king prawns braised noodles previously which tasted pretty good too.

this a really nice enjoyable dinner & with 50% for 2pax amex palate discounts, dinner was just S$69.

for me, the dishes were very fine, the soup was wonderful, & the duck quite divine, delicate & lingering tea flavours, and so was the veg. the prawn noodles & lobsters noodles were more ordinary dishes but very well executed, real good class.

service was ok, except at the beginning server took inordinately long time to respond to taking orders (even after acknowledging which already took long time) when there were just 3 tables including our own.

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• 02 Oct 2015 • 350 reviews • 1 follower

Really Nice Fine Chinese Dinner

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See my full reviews & photos at = http://chefquak.com/2015/10/02/really-nice-fine-chinese-dinner-xin-cuisine-on-1oct2015/

wife & i went to xin cuisine for dinner on 1.10.2015.^^

though this is a palate restaurant, we had never use the amex palate privileges here before today.

the last time we had a superb fine dining here was 2.5yrs ago on 31.3.2013 for a ANZ set promotion.

in fact, soup looked quite pathetic but it tasted phenomenal!!!

i think this excellent lie tong 例汤 should be offered & served in a nice earthen pot like at tunglok or say lei gardens in hk instead of an individual per portion serving. at the very least, either if it is served per portion, it should be done in a nice bowl instead of a jack’s place kind of soup serving!

must try to do this lie tong at home.

actually the duck & veg were just as phenomenal!

this tea infused duck is the best roast duck i tried!! definitely better than the very nice duck at canton paradise

the tea fragrance was so lingering! amazing! restaurant manager said it was because the hk chef not only smoked but also marinated the duck in tea.

maybe i will try my tea infused duck again…

this preserved vege with chinese small cabbage & egg plant was super also.

the flavours of the preserved vegetables with the light soy sauce, not salty, was inviting.

a very fine vegetable dish. 

the big prawn crispy noodles was great, as expected.

crispy noodles & broth all good.

lobster noodles also good, but broth tasted perhaps just a wee bit not as good.

overall still a very good dish.

i tried my own king prawns braised noodles previously which tasted pretty good too.

this a really nice enjoyable dinner & with 50% for 2pax amex palate discounts, dinner was just S$69.

for me, the dishes were very fine, the soup was wonderful, & the duck quite divine, delicate & lingering tea flavours, and so was the veg. the prawn noodles & lobsters noodles were more ordinary dishes but very well executed, real good class.

service was ok, except at the beginning server took inordinately long time to respond to taking orders (even after acknowledging which already took long time) when there were just 3 tables including our own.

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  • S$18 – just super! preserved vege with chinese small cabbage & egg plant
• 24 Dec 2014 • 119 reviews • 0 follower

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Had a good weekend brunch with the family here. The food was average, something to expect from hotel restaurant but what made it the more enjoyable dining experience was the service and ambiance. Doesn't get crowded here so you are assured of quality time with family.
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• 10 Aug 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Food was okay

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Reservations was hassle-free. Food served were generally okay. Food variety was limited as I was using the Groupon voucher for the ala carte dim sum buffet (see photo). Hot tea costs another $2.50/pax They served the desserts early even though I had two more steamed items which had not been served yet. I had requested for it to be refrigerated till the steamed items had been served but was refused as they said the kitchen is preparing for the lunch menu. Would be even better if staff could let us know the names of the dishes that they were serving so we don't have to guess as its our first time there.
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  • limited variety for ala carte buffet

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