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Saw Yan Ting in the list of Dim Sum places to go in Singapore and have been wanting to try. Their brunch buffet cost $98++ per pax which was not worth it for some of the small eaters in the family so we decided to order a la carte instead. To be honest, I would feel that the overall food quality is not as nice as Crystal Jade at Takashimaya. The truffle siew mai was good and had a good blend of flavours. The liu sha bao was consistent and the liu sha had the right proportion but the bao was too
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Saw Yan Ting in the list of Dim Sum places to go in Singapore and have been wanting to try. Their brunch buffet cost $98++ per pax which was not worth it for some of the small eaters in the family so we decided to order a la carte instead.

To be honest, I would feel that the overall food quality is not as nice as Crystal Jade at Takashimaya. The truffle siew mai was good and had a good blend of flavours. The liu sha bao was consistent and the liu sha had the right proportion but the bao was too moist. The chee cheong funs were nice. We ordered peking duck but the wrap was too thick and it was a mouthful of the wrap instead of the flavour of the duck skin.

The restaurant, being at st regis felt really posh and the service was good. Do sign up for the spg membership for free and get the 15% off your bill straightaway. If you frequent or want to frequent Yan Ting or other restaurants, you can consider the St Regis Supperclub which have a membership fee but enjoy 25% off your bill at any restaurants in St Regis.
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