Good food served in a nice surroundings. The Chili crab was the highlight and went down very well. there was a delay in bringing out the dishes all at once but that was probably our fault as we should have said the meals were separate. We enjoyed the food and would return again when in the city. Nice way to celebrate the Wedding anniversary, but I am not going to wait another 25 years to return.
Their signature dishes are always delicious and they regularly post daily specials on the lifts. Room service is also available. On the pricey side but well worth it.
One of the best dim sum restaurants in town for a hotel. In fact, one of the few in town which is not halal. They have great dim sum, especially their Lau Sa Pao. They also have great har kao with succulent prawns. The restaurant is always busy but the service is never compromised. Although they are not to the level where the tea cups are always topped up, but they are very attentive whenever you wave you hand. Considering the crowd they get, it is quite good.
Second time I've been back here; this time to try the 6-Course Dinner. The last visit was for a Dim Sum buffet. The dinner was equally impressive and the surprisingly filling. Although the menu changes every month or so, I had the opportunity to taste the White Asparagus 6-course menu below: 1. Scallop with Mango Sauce Accompanied with Prawn (香芒酱带子伴脆米虾) 2. Double-Boiled Chicken Soup with Sea Whelk and White Asparagus (白芦笋鲜螺炖鸡汤) 3. Braised 5-head Abalone with Pan-fried Foie Gras (香煎鹅肝烩5头鲍鱼) 4. Baked Stuffed Crab Shell in French Style (法式焗蟹盖) 5. Braised Thick Noodles with Mushroom and Truffle Oil (松露油松菇焖面卜) 6. Teochew Yam Paste with Ginkgo Nut (白果芋泥) With a pot of Chrysanthemum tea, this dinner for 2 sets us back at S$240 although the per pax price was $88++ each. Overall, with the excellent ambience coupled with soft nostalgic music and scrumptious serving, Xin Cuisine is certainly a place to impress your guests.