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Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant (新故乡)

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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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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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• 24 Dec 2014 • 107 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

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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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• 31 Jul 2014 • 447 reviews • 7 followers

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Was at Xin Cuisine Restaurant for a food tasting event, a total of 8-course dinner. It is a traditional Chinese restaurant that offers a wide variety of authentic dishes along with some creative, jazzed up fusion dishes to impress. The ambience is cosy and Oriental chic, with well-spaced tables. The service was, at the very best - passable.

I liked this dish - Wasabi Breaded Prawns.- succulent and bouncy, fresh prawns fried in a thin veil of breaded coating, and dipped lightly in wasabi. The sweetness of the prawns combined with the flavor of wasabi (light enough that the tingy flavor was detectable, but not enough to be spicy) made for a good combination, especially with the crispy coating of the prawns.

Now, we got to try the dish of Shiitake mushrooms and abalones nestled on a bed of spinach. The mushrooms were boiled to a delectable softness, so lovely it tore the moment the teeth made contact. The abalones were sweet in a favor most analgous to fresh squid - mild and clear. The spinach was a refreshing change from all the meat items we had been enjoying.

We had a very traditional Chinese-style dessert - something like (or maybe it was!) the Six Taste Soup (六味湯). comprising of red dates, lilybulbs, dried longans, tiny lotus seeds and glutinuous rice balls in a hot, darkand sweet soup base.

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/07/event-dinner-at-xin-cuisine-restaurant.html


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