From hawker centres and food courts, to casual dining establishments and high-end restaurants, there is never a shortage of Dim Sum dining options in Singapore.
Because of the abundance of dining options available, consistently delivering good quality food is a must if they want to stand out. Having signature dishes will also give the restaurant a talking point and something to remember.
Royal Pavilion, a modern Cantonese dining brand located in the lobby level of the award-winning business hotel, Park Regis Singapore, features new world delicacies by combining the art of classic Cantonese cuisine and contemporary presentation to its exquisite creations. The 142-seater restaurant is equipped with 6 private rooms for the comfort of your dining.
Leading the team in the Dim Sum kitchen, Chef Chen Man Wing, formally from The Four Seasons’ Jiang Nan Chun is introducing seven new Dim Sum creations in celebration of Mother’s Day, available from 1 May to 10 May 2015. These dainty handcrafted Dim Sums together with three traditional Cantonese menus by Executive Chef Kee Siau Chuang are the key highlights of the “Pockets of Love” launch.
Today, Dim Sum comes in all shapes and sizes. There is no surprise to find unusual selection of Dim Sums at Royal Pavilion, including signature creations like the Steamed Foie Gras and Meat Dumplings aka Xiao Long Bao, Baked Chicken Pies in Truffle Oil and Chef Chen’s take on the winning Baked Swiss Snow Buns.
Although a traditional style of dining, Dim Sum is in a constant state of evolution and there are always new and innovative dishes to fast. Here are some of the new Dim Sum creations such as Steamed Mixed Vegetables Dumplings ($4.80++ 3 pcs), Steamed Fresh Scallops, Asparagus and Egg White Dumplings ($5.80++ 3 pcs), Baked Cod Puffs with Black Pepper, Steamed Fresh Crab Meat and Minced Shrimp Dumplings ($5.80++ 3 pcs), Steamed Fresh Crab Meat and Minced Shrimp Dumplings ($5.80++ 3 pcs), and Steamed Spicy Dried Shrimps, Minced Pork and Eggplant Dumplings ($5.00++ 3 pcs).
Dim Sum is undoubtedly one of the best cuisine in the world, and Royal Pavilion deserve its reputation not only for Dim Sum but including the traditional cart of Cantonese fare like the Stir-fried Coral Clam with Asparagus in “Lao Gan Tie” Sauce ($38++), Classic Cantonese Claypot Rice with Waxed Meat and Chinese Sausages ($38++) and the not-to-be missed winning dish of Royal Smoked Duck ($68++ whole duck) smoked over lychee wood and leaves infusing an alluring smoky flavour on its thin crispy skin and juicy tender meat.
Leaving room for dessert, the aesthetically pleasing Fish-Shaped Panna Cotta in Mango Sago will make a good treat to the palate as well.
Although the Royal Pavilion is generally noted for its dinner selections, it also serves up some shining Dim Sum items. Prices are fair considering the centralised location and fantastic setting within the Park Regis hotel. So quickly take advantage of these special offerings in May and treat your mums to a sumptuous lunch with their new Dim Sum creations available from 1 May to 10 May 2015 starting from 11:30am to 2:30pm only.
Level 1, Park Regis Singapore
23 Merchant Road