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Pan Pacific Singapore along Singapore’s famous Raffles Boulevard is home to a number of award-winning restaurants, each offering different cuisines and settings. Here at Hai Tien Lo, you’ll discover contemporary takes on traditional Chinese fare that have an emphasis on high-quality, premium produce and innovative flavour combinations while still retaining the distinctive freshness and balanced tastes of authentic Cantonese cuisine. Close to City Hall, Esplanade, and Promenade stations, Singapore’s Chinese food fans flock to Hai Tien Lo for their a la carte offering as well as a huge range of set meal and dim sum buffet options.
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Head to Hai Tien Lo for a weekday dim sum buffet or the popular weekend dim sum brunch, or give yourself an affordable introduction to traditional and modern Chinese and Cantonese cuisine with the restaurant’s set lunch and dinner options. Either way, this crown jewel in the Pan Pacific hotel’s family of restaurants is sure to offer purists and those seeking something new a range of fantastic dining options. And you don’t have to be a guest at the hotel’s Raffles Boulevard address to enjoy what the critics have named some of Singapore’s best Chinese. Head to the City Hall area to find out more.
The dining options at the Pan Pacific Singapore include Atrium, Edge, Keyaki, Rang Mahal, and Pacific Marketplace – stitching up the world in culinary terms and adding to the dazzling dining options in the busy quarter bounded by City Hall and Marina Bay, right in the heart of this famously cosmopolitan culinary capital. Hai Tien Lo weighs in with a number of unmissable signature dishes for any fan of Chinese and regional Cantonese cuisine. Try the classic roasted BBQ suckling pig or the homemade bean curd with crab and aubergine, or take in one of the restaurant’s critically-acclaimed ‘new Chinese’ dishes like the braised abalone with pan-fried foie gras for a fusion kung fu kick.