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Best Chinese Restaurants in Singapore for Elaborate Chinese Banquet More than 70% of Singapore’s population is of Chinese origin, thus it is no surprise that Chinese culinary ideas dominate Singapore’s food scene. Whether you long for a hot bowl of wanton soup, some mouthwatering dim sum or a grand multicourse feast, you would not be too far from a high class Chinese restaurant when you are at Singapore. Here’s a list of top class restaurants to find some authentic Chinese food in Singapore. Crystal Jade is one such renowned name that has created success stories with restaurants in numerous locations all over Asia. Its three jewels are present in Singapore to entice foodies to have a feasting delight like never before. Find Crystal Jade Golden Palace at Paragon Shopping Center, Crystal Jade Dining IN at Vivocity, the largest shopping mall at Singapore and Crystal Jade Palace at Ngee Ann City shopping center in Orchard Road. These restaurants are known for cohering some of the best dim sum dishes in the town amidst a chic setting for an ideal Cantonese meal. If you are looking for a nice Chinese restaurant in Singapore, visit Kezan at 9 Raffles Boulevard, Millenia Walk, Singapore to have a relaxing banquet of authentic Chinese food drifting into the imaginary world of ancient days. The restaurant also offers excellent facilities for corporate gatherings with international level of reputable liquors alongside palette of Sichuan & Guangdong cuisine for a memorable meal. If you are up to nice ambience, then head for One Rochester to experience the fine al-fresco style dinging amidst lush foliage in a renovated black & white colonial bungalow of Min Jiang at One North. The sumptuous dish that makes customers come over and over again to this delightful place is the awesome Peking Duck plate. Another big shot name for Peking Duck recipe is Paradise Pavilion located at Marina Bay Financial Centre. If you are looking for some grand experience regarding scrumptious Chinese dishes, find elite restaurants at many of the five star hotels of Singapore. Discover one such place in form of Royal China, a sophisticated restaurant serving authentic Chinese cuisine in some great seating arrangement at Raffles Hotel; another famed name exhibiting Chinese gastronomy at its best is Hai Tien Lo at the Pan Pacific hotel with its spell bounding views of Marina Bay; yet another revered place in this category is Jiang-Nan Chun at the Four Seasons Hotel serving extraordinary dishes along with a weekend excitement of ala carte buffet brunch. For having some relaxed form of dining experience, try savoring at the ever popular and bustling with people all through the year “Yum Cha” at the heart of Chinatown; what a great option for having most exciting dim sum Singapore while you are on a shopping spree collecting souvenirs at various shops in this locality. Another favorite spot famous for its noodles and dumplings is Din Tai Fung. Truly, the culinary scene of Singapore can make you fan of this Southeast Asian country. Over years, people of various ethnic groups have settled in this island nation and enriched its gastronomic heritage. Today you can find eclectic food choices from all parts of the world adorning the dining tables of countless restaurants and eateries of this country.
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