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52 votes


Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Sat, Sun & PH: 11:30 - 15:00

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$83 based on 56 reviews
Yan Ting is located at The St. Regis Singapore and specialises in Chinese cuisine. See what foodies like this place for
FattyL • 16 Jan 201314 reviews 0 followers

Summarising the entire experience, YT makes pretty darn good classic dim sum dishes like the char siew sou, har gau, rice rolls and char siew baos. They also dish up several novel and interesting dishes like their salted egg yolk prawns (which are served atop a bed of egg whites in a filo pastry cup) and the sesame ball with malt balls chocolate.
However their prices tend to be a little steep for several dishes like their custard buns,...

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The HGW community like this place for...

  • Business Dining17 votes
  • Dinner15 votes
  • Lunch15 votes
  • Fine Dining13 votes
  • Quiet11 votes
  • Private Dining9 votes
  • Brunch8 votes
  • Children/Family6 votes
  • Corporate Events5 votes
  • Romance/First Dates5 votes
  • Large Groups/Gathering4 votes
  • After Work3 votes
  • Buffet3 votes
  • Nice Deco3 votes


  • crackling pork4 votes
  • double boiled soup4 votes
  • 5 head abalone.5 head abalone.
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Hoongy ! • 15 May 20141792 reviews 250 followers

Yan Ting has upped the ante in the Chinese restaurant scene in Singapore with the hiring of michelin starred Chef Mak.
Start with the trio of appetisers with the marinated jelly fish and crispy pork and suckling pig skin.
For something modern, the Pan Seared Crab Claw stuffed with Shrimp Mousse provides a lighter finish to the meaty crab claw.
I love my fish, and the Steamed Coral Trout with Yunnan Ham to give it a slight...

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Seth Lui • 15 Feb 201471 reviews 4 followers
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An amazing spread of over 80 items, including Cantonese dishes, dim sum and chinese delicacies, this is one premium dim sum brunch not to miss.

Although on the higher priced side (in fact the most ex dim sum brunch I've seen in Singapore), the quality and variety is definitely worth it.

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fatpig • 10 Feb 2014464 reviews 68 followers

We were late. For the annual Chinese New Year reunion dinner booking frenzy that is. Trying to get a table about a month before the actual day proved to be an exasperating effort and with our options limited, we settled for Yan Ting. To be honest, I wasn't too optimistic about the quality of food as my previous dining experiences at Yan Ting (> 20 times in the past 2 years) only yielded disappointment with the ala carte menu (dim...

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