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54 votes


Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

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

Daily: 18:30 - 22:30

$83 based on 58 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
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What others are saying...

Morsels of Delice • 09 Sep 201451 reviews 0 followers

My personal opinion of Yan Ting is that the most prominent features are the price and the ambience of grandeur.
 The steamed dim sum items are the weak links of this place since the skin of the dim sum is dry and the taste is a tad too plain. The other dishes like the beancurd roll, custard bun and seafood noodles are good. They are not too salty but extremely flavourful. My only grip with the dim sum...

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buffetgal • 15 Aug 201475 reviews 0 followers

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 Most of the food here were between average to slightly above average quality. A little disappointed as we expected the food to be mostly in high quality standard at $98++ per pax.
Service was not good in the beginning as many guests already waited outside for them to open their doors so once they opened at 10.30am sharp, many guests went in one by one...

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Priyankac • 24 Jul 2014218 reviews 5 followers

We were already fans of Yan Ting's dim sum brunch, and now are of their set menus too ($88-$168) including a vegetarian set as well. From the luxury set ($148) here is the pan-seared rack of lamb with seasonal veg (crunchy lotus root and snap peas) with a perfect black pepper sauce. Also good is the crisp suckling pig and double-boiled chicken consomme.

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