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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, almost entire table was filled u
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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.
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Having our late breakfast cum lunch, almost entire table was filled up by steamed stuffs in bamboo shoot. Everything was well-executed, the one I like the most was Shrimp Dumplings. Crystal wrap with the fresh huge prawn inside, the taste was heavenly fragrance and springy. Siew Mai and Xiao Long Bao were equally delicious, must eat while it was still hot. The price of Dim Sum was started from approximately $7.00, expensive but I understand and accept it.
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Taste
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Date of Visit
2013-12-15
Spending Per Head
$20 (Lunch)
Recommended Dishes
  • Steamed Shrimp Dumplings
  • Siew Mai
  • Xiao Long Bun