The Pan Pacific hotel 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, Chinese cookery is interpreted through a modern lens, meaning that diners can enjoy traditional Cantonese cuisine made according to ancient recipes or the chef's’ special take on what they like to call ‘new 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 buffet options.
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.
Value for money given the quality of food n service =)
1) Quality of the food is fantastic 2) Service of the crew is good & attentive 3) Atmosphere of the restuarant is good 4) Overall is wonderful
Great dining experience would definitely come back again with family !
Very good choice when u want to eat dim sum
the service rendered was great. one of the waitress was very helpful. she brought the hot water twice for my friend to wash her baby's milk bottle and to make it warm. generally the waitresses are very polite and provided good service. just that i am puzzled why was the orders written in full english instead of a better way of having the orders taken. the food was okay just that the roasted duck has a smell and the ee fu mee was not what i have expected. other than that, it was good.
This is my first time using Quandoo to make a booking at Hai Tien Lo. Is very easy and convenient. I'm happy to dine at the restaurant. Love the food, great service and nice ambience.
Manager (Apple) were quick to salvage situation and offer a table for two promptly Service staff (Michelle) were friendly, cheerful and able to offer choices but could be more subtle and slower in her communication speed (but can understand as no of staff serving no of table not in proportional thus have to be quick) Overall ambiance is great. Food quality is also commendable. Will visit again
The service was very good & the staffs are all very friendly & polite. The food was super yummy. A pleasant dinning in Hai Tien Lo.
Good food and great service. Celebrated birthday during lunch and opted for the buffet. Wide selection of choices for dim sum buffet as it includes not only dim sum but also dishes such as fish, prawns etc. Highly recommended for buffet dim sum lunch.
Food was good as usual but they were really slow with the dishes. I actually found a tissue-plastic like material in my soup but the waitress claims that it’s mushroom but the thing is I can’t bite it apart. So I highly doubt it’s edible. The red bean pan cake had a really strong oil taste, so I’ll not recommend that dessert.