Weekend Yum Cha Dim Sum Buffet – Auntie’s Wok & Steam at Andaz Singapore

If the idea of unlimited dim sum tickle your fancy, make a reservation at Auntie’s Wok and Steam for the weekend, where you can gorge on unending baskets of dim sum, tuck into as many plates of delicious carrot cake and organic wok-fried rice as you can manage.

Located on the 25th floor of Andaz Singapore, Auntie’s Wok and Steam is an all-day dining establishment that offers Chinese and well-loved Singaporean dishes that have been elevated with premium ingredients.

Expect homely local dishes like Hokkien Mee and Laksa with Tiger Prawns, to live seafood and an assortment of classic Chinese dishes such as Beef Short Rib Noodles, Ma Po Tofu, Kung Po Chicken and more.


Priced at $35++ per head, their Weekend Yum Cha offer running from 12pm to 3pm, lets you enjoy a free reign over a la carte selection of steamed dim sum and fried items, plus add-on sharing dishes on offer include chef’s signature like Wagyu Short Rib Slider and main course such as Crispy Barramundi Fish Fillet with Light Soya Sauce.

For additional top-up of $35, you can get the most booze out of free-flow beverage package of Prosecco, wines and beers and prove to yourself worthy of a bottomless appetite.

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The menu is mostly graced by recognisable Cantonese classics include steamed items such as Har Gow, Siew Mai, Charsiew Pau and Chee Cheong Fun, while fried dim sum features items like Prawn Spring Rolls, Fried Crab Claw, Chicken & Yam Puff.

Away from the traditional dim sum, you can find premium offerings like Scallop Siew Mai, Lobster Congee and Wagyu Short Rib Pau.

Auntie’s Wok and Steam Weekend Yum Cha offer also include a curated buffet spread where you can score cooked dishes like Carrot Cake, Fried Bee Hoon, Organic Wok-Fried Rice, Spicy & Sour Glass Noodles and Crispy Organic Cucumber with Spicy Sauce, complete with local desserts of Tau Suan, Red Bean Soup, fresh cut fruits, homemade Luo Han Guo and Barley drink.

And if you are still feeling hungry, order one or two of the main courses which will definitely fill your stomach and wash it all down with a pot of Bi Luo Chun green tea. Highlights include Kung Pao Chicken, Mapo Tofu, Sweet and Sour Pork Belly and Stir-Fried Beef with Spicy Black Bean Sauce.

When it comes to Dim Sum, there is no shortage of reliable spots in Singapore. Auntie’s Wok and Steam Weekend Yum Cha pricing is relatively accessible than other hotel restaurants, however they have a smaller spread to choose from. Not so good news for the hungry folks looking for a greater selection, but they compensate for this with some premium items and signature dishes.

In terms of quality and overall taste, the dim sum items just could not cut it against my go-to dim sum places, but one thing is certain — the wok-and-stir-fried dishes hit the spot for me! Auntie’s Wok and Steam is a reliable choice for those seeking modern tze char food fare with gentle Sichuan influences. Dining here comes with a charming view of the city which is an absolute bonus!


Location: Alley on 25 @ Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street Level 25, Singapore 189354

Tel: +65 6408 1288

Opening Hours: Daily 12pm to 10pm (Yum Cha Buffet – Weekend & PH 12pm to 3pm)

Website: https://www.hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/singapore/andaz-singapore/sinaz

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndazSingapore/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andazsingapore/

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