The top dim sum joints in town

From old-school joints to mod­ern restau­rants ex­per­i­ment­ing with new flavours, here’s where you can find the best dim sum in the city.

Time Out Singapore - - The Hot List - By Ni­cole-Marie Ng


It’s prob­a­bly the pret­ti­est place in the city for dim sum. Take in pic­turesque views from Jade’s floor-to- ceil­ing win­dows, or be en­tranced by its re­cently re­fur­bished in­te­ri­ors fea­tur­ing pas­tel jade hues and spe­cially com­mis­sioned wall­pa­per printed with birds na­tive to Sin­ga­pore. An à la carte dim sum menu is avail­able dur­ing week­day lunch, and on week­ends, head down for a brunch buf­fet that has a se­lec­tion of over 50 dishes at only $39 for adults and $19 for kids. Ex­pect sta­ples such as siew mai with abalone and shrimp dumplings, as well as unique cre­ations like deep fried taro paste wrapped in truf­fle and mush­room. Don’t miss chef Leong Chee Yeng’s sig­na­ture os­man­thus char siew bao, ei­ther – the fluffy steamed buns are meaty and bear a hint of flo­ral fra­grance that per­fumes each bite.

à 1 Fuller­ton Square (6877 8911, fuller­ton­ho­ Raf­fles Place. Daily 11.30am-3pm, 6.30-11pm.

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