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$83/pax

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Morsels of Delice
 • 09 Sep 2014 39 reviews 0 follower
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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 items (not including the steamed ones) is that they are generic in variety, seriously lacking in creativity.  There is no dish that is particularly different from those in other restaurants.
 
The huge plus point is the opulent settings of the restaurant will impress guests immensely. The service is okay though they did not bid farewell to leaving patrons, which is kind of unacceptable for restaurant of this level.
 
The final bill is about 20% higher than most restaurants.  So take note.
 
Don't mind going back for a round of decent Chinese food (no more steamed dim sum items) since I have the Supper Club membership which takes off 25% from the bill.

For photos, visit my blog at http://morsels-of-delice.blogspot.sg/2014/09/yan-ting-expensive-chinese-food.html
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buffetgal
 • 15 Aug 2014 65 reviews 0 follower
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For full review & photos, please visit:
http://summerlovestoeat.blogspot.sg/2014/08/weekend-dim-sum-brunch-buffet-at-yan.html


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 around the same time. This made them seemed very short in manpower and all of the staff seemed very stressed on their face without any smile. After some tables left, they're more relaxed and the service suddenly became very good with smile! 


 


I suggest Yan Ting to open 5 mins before 10.30am so that there's enough time to settle guests in and the staff won't be so stressed to handle many tables around the same time. Waiting time for the food was not too long, usually arrived within 10-15mins. Overall this restaurant still worth a visit but service level and food quality need to be improved. As they have a few items slightly above average quality like Steamed Lobster, Steamed Sea Perch Fillet etc, so i rated the food as It's Good!
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Must tries: Lobster Steamed With Egg White & Hua Diao Wine

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Priyankac
 • 24 Jul 2014 204 reviews 2 followers
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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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