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Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Road s228230 (Bukit Timah District)
6839 5623
Mon to Sat: 1130 - 1430, 1830 - 2230
Sun: 1030 - 1430, 1830 - 2230
S$31 - S$50
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Signature Dish
Dim Sum
Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Bring Your Own Wine (BYOW)
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Takes Reservations (Details)
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Named after the famous Tang Dynasty Poet, Li Bai is renowned for its Cantonese cuisine served in the tradition of grand Emperors. Executive Chinese Chef Chung Yiu Ming whips up exquisite, authentic Chinese cuisine with skilled and deliberate strokes to create a divine gourmet experience for diners. With a keen emphasis on enhancing the natural flavours and fragrances of every ingredient, the aroma of succulent meats, fresh seafood and crisp vegetables blend perfectly with the artistic touches of paintings and poems to set a unique ambience for a feast fit for the Emperor - yet totally non-intimidating.
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2014-06-17
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JUN 14

Attending a department dinner tonight which is hosted in one of the function rooms in the hotel.We start the meal with the 5 combination platter - prawn salad, seasoned octopus, seasoned jellyfish, seafood roll and seasoned shellfish.Next we have sharks' fin soup which is quite flavourful with lots of shredded chicken in it.It is followed by the steamed fish in cantonese style.Next we have the cereal prawns. Like the fact that the prawns have the shells peeled off.It is followed by the ...
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JAN 14

The year of the horse will be upon us in less than 2 weeks and I was very fortunate to have the opportunity to try out a few CNY dishes at Li Bai, courtesy of the kind folks at Sheraton Singapore. Turbot Fish "Yu Sheng Loh Hei" - My first lou hei of the year and a relatively pleasing one at that. Instead of the usual salmon, Li Bai uses the turbot (大鲽鱼 or 大菱鲆), which is a relatively pricey fish and stands out with its firm texture. Definitely a good way to st...
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Sautéed fillet of lobster with greens
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JAN 14

For more reviews, visit my blog at www.ms-skinnyfat.com Li Bai is well known for its wide range of Cantonese cuisine. I meant the restaurant located at the basement level of Sheraton Towers Singapore, not the famous Chinese poet. The cosy restaurant is popularly known for their dim sum but the other Cantonese dishes were stellar as well, which i found out after sampling some dishes from their Chinese New Year menu. Little appetizers were served and we couldn't stop snack...
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Lotus Rice
Roasted duck
Date
2014-01-11
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Approx. S$100 (Dinner)
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JAN 14

I had dinner at Li Bai Restaurant at Sheraton Tower Hotel. The first dish was the cold dish comprising suckling pig, marinated chicken with superior soya sauce, prawn salad, mini octopus and seasoned jellyfish. I would not grade the cold dish favourably. The chicken was not well marinated as it was blend. One thing for sure was that the meat was tender. What I liked from this dish was the chewy jellyfish and mini octopus. The second dish was the thick soup of abalone, ...
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Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
Siew Mai
Xiao Long Bun
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2013-12-15
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Approx. S$20 (Lunch)
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DEC 13

Located at Lower Lobby Level of Sheraton Hotel, it was basically a Cantonese Restaurant. The name of Li Bai was a famous Tang Dynasty Poet, it implied the Majestic settings of décor and Grand Emperors tradition dishes served. With their continuous effort on improving the authentic flavours, supreme quality of ingredients were used to make sure the finest feast presented. Service was utterly great, staffs were all well-trained. Having our late breakfast cum lunch...
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2013-10-26
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Approx. S$25 (Lunch)
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NOV 13

My family and I were getting a bit tired of queuing up at dim sum places which do not accept reservations, so we thought of coming to Li Bai to try out its dim sum.The tapioca chips given as appetizers were excellent. They were fresh, crispy and not oily at all. Very addictive for snacking on while you wait for your dishes to arrive.Stir fried radish cake with X.O. chilli sauce, $7.20 The stir fried radish cake with X.O. chilli sauce was delicious - we ended up ordering a ...
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SEP 13

When you mention champagne truffle, you will think of the very popular ones from Raffles Hotel. However for this year, i didn't get to try and i can't really remember the taste. Was pleasantly surprised to receive 2 boxes of Mini Snowskin White Lotus Seed Paste with Champagne Truffle from Li Bai at Sheraton. First of all, i really love the packaging! It's packed in a very nice classic red long shaped box, perfect choice to present as a gift. Taste wise, it didn'...
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Peking duck
shark fin soup
lobster noodles
Date
2013-09-08
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Approx. S$60 (Dinner)
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SEP 13

Food : ****1/2 Price : ****1/2 Customer service : **** Will i come again : Yes! definitely. For the food! this is the second time i return to Li Bai and i love their food so much that i decided to host my wedding there! The price is consider slightly steeper than other Chinese restaurant but u pay for what you eat. Each dishes are prepared with the freshest ingredients and best effort to enhance the natural flavours and fragrances of every ingredient...
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JUL 13

Recently attended an invite hosted by the charming PR folks of Sheraton Towers Singapore @ Li Bai, the well regarded Chinese restaurant of the hotel. The idea behind this invite was to showcase their mooncakes for the upcoming Mid Autumn Festival (中秋节) on September 19, 2013. And in case you have the same reservations as me about solely eating mooncakes for dinner, no, dinner was an exorbitant 6 course meal ending off with the delectable, lunar inspired dessert. Del...
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JUL 12

There are many fine dim sum restaurants in Singapore, and I must say Li Bai is one of the finest together with Wah Lok, Hua Ting and Peach or is it Cherry Blossom. These are such some selections of what we had and I must say they are all very good. From the traditional servings such as har gou, siew mai, egg tart to the more unusual ones. This is certainly the place to bring your future in-law if you want to impress them. Drunkard ChickenFlaky egg tartWonder Har ...
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