About Lan Ting Cuisine And Wine
More about the restaurant: Lan Ting Cuisine And Wine
Enjoy Lan Ting’s dim sum from 8am to 5pm, their a la carte menu from 12pm to 3pm and dinner from 6pm to 10:30pm.
Singapore is a great place to eat Chinese food – the city is almost 75% Chinese, after all – and the number of restaurants to choose between is staggering. Chinatown is a hotbed of Chinese cooking, of course, but it isn’t the only place to pick some up: if you’re in Bedok, you could do far worse than to head to Lan Ting Cuisine and Wine on Springvale along East Coast Road. They offer a huge range of classics – bao buns and glutinous rice balls, anyone? – as well as tea and desserts. Reserve yourself a seat and head on over to Lan Ting Cuisine and Wine for a superb Chinese meal.
See below for Lan Ting’s special menus!
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You can find Lan Ting's Dim Sum menus here and here.
Celebrate this new year at Lan Ting - check out their Chinese New Year menu here! Available from 29th Jan to 12th Feb.
There is no one Chinese cuisine, and thus no one Chinese cuisine in Singapore. China is such a large country, and there is such a diversity of tastes within the nation, that the number of dishes available under the banner of Chinese cuisine is countless. At Lan Ting on Springvale in Bedok, they offer just a small sample of the huge number of specialities, but their take on Chinese cuisine is as authentic as it comes, with a range of favourites that will delight both newbies and connoisseurs. Take a trip out to Singapore’s eastern coast – close to Changi Airport – and try them out.
Lan Ting have a menu that is packed with surprises, so let us talk you through a few of the Chinese morsels that few others can offer. Their Volcanic Lava Mushrooms may look like dim sum, but further inspection reveals something altogether different. They are in fact two bao buns arranged atop each other, shaped like mushrooms and filled with salted egg custard. Fried Japanese aubergine is also a delight, with egg yolk batter and a side salad. Don’t just take our word for it though: make your own journey to Kembangan station and wander through Bedok to take your seat at Lan Ting.