1 Cuscaden Road
Level 3 Regent Singapore
Singapore 249715

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12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

11:30am - 02:30pm
06:30pm - 10:30pm

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If you’re still searching for that ONE dish to add to your #CNY2021 table, @RegentSingapore Summer Palace’s 🧧Traditional Stewed Beef in Casserole (意气风发 $50, pictured is the large $100; available for takeaway and dine-in) should be at the top of your list!

Chef uses cuts of #beef, tendon, tripe and omasum so there’s a layered complexity of bite and textures, but it is that glorious, deeply savoury sauce that really makes your eyes roll back in satisfaction. 😍😂👍 #FindNewFood #RegentSingapore #SummerPalace

These were gifted! Comes in 8 flavours.
- Yuzu, spiced coconut, plantation rum (top left): yuzu was refreshing and sour, this was my fav part of the mooncake. The rum flavour was subtle, could have been stronger.
- Black sesame: it was quite gao but not overly sweet. Decent but not wow, and the skin was little less soft compared to the rest.
- Matcha: the matcha lotus paste was perfumed with a strong matcha fragrance, almost kinda flowery.
- White lotus: smooth lotus paste, nothing much to nitpick about
- Orange: the orange taste was pretty strong but not overwhelming, liked it! Pretty interesting, reminded me of orange cookies.
- Durian: more muted flavours compared to Goodwood park hotel’s / capitol kempinski hotel’s. Not the best.
- Lotus, white choc, cherry & pistachio (pink): not my favourite, the flavours didn’t go well together and I couldn’t taste the pistachio.
- Coffee, marzipan (brown): marzipan taste was strong, coffee flavour in the truffle encased within the mooncake was q nice but overall, this one was sweetness overkill.

We used to come here quite often: Among the better Chinese restaurants in the Orchard Road area, it's relatively easy to get a booking at the last minute, and they accept the Entertainer 1-for-1 offer (sadly, not any more). I have stayed away after the food poisoning scandal that caused it to get a C-good safety rating for a while. That temporary absence provided a fresh view of the restaurant: it's pretty good, but in all aspects (food, service, décor) it's significantly inferior to the Summer Pavilion at the Ritz Carlton- one rare instance where a Pavilion is better than a Palace! In the Orchard Rd area, I will go there only if I cannot get a last-minute booking at Jiang-Nan Chun, Hua Ting, Imperial Treasure Super Peking Duck or TeoChew!

Jot this oriental beauty down for lazy group luncheons. Sure to hook you is their super fresh Steamed Cod (from $22) that stars a generous portion of moist and delectably flaky cod fillet steamed with sliced shiitake mushrooms, red dates and dried lily buds in a light soya sauce. Order the well-presented Lobster Dumplings ($10) for naturally-sweet mouthfuls of lobster, prawn, caviar and goji!
Photo by Burppler Veronica Phua


Awarded Michelin one-star, Savour classic Cantonese dishes and an extensive selection of dim sum delicacies at Summer Palace! Yes, We've Opt For Executive Chinese Chef Liu's Tasting Menu [$60] Which includes A Cup Of Tea! Menu offers weekly rotational of the menus featuring Chef Liu's signature wok-fried dishes, traditional dim sum delights and a selection of nutritious double-boiled soups!.

The only regret was not booking early because all the window seats was fully booked!


I'm not a fan when it comes to fried food. But these Deep Fried Prawn and Mango Rolls got my eyes all lit up. The crunch is so light, airy and not oily at all! No dripping oil all over your mouth. The noodles that they use to wrap around the filling are so thin! Usually, other similar dimsum dishes use meesua. But this tastes really different! The texture is really good. Probably because that it's exceptionally thin, it's crunchier and less oily! Only gripe bout this dish would be, i hope the mango : prawn ratio can be higher! Otherwise, it's close to perfection. Another must-try at this restaurant.

The steamed charsiew buns are quite passable so you may give them a miss! Stir-fried Turnip Cake with X.O. Sauce is delectable. Portion is huge for that so I would recommend it for sharing among at least 3 pax so that you leave space for more dimsum! The restaurant exudes serenity and peace. Our table faces the bamboos across at the other building and the tables are all spaced nicely apart ensuring some privacy. I'm loving this place &i cant wait to be back for my next visit! Mother's Day maybe? 😉

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