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!
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.
Food was good. Service was fast. Price is right. Not much crowd. can expect to have the whole restaurant to yourself. on a weekday though.
Delicious, fresh, nice food! We Will go again and again Will recommend to friends & family The service also very good! The price are reasonable.
We booked a table for dinner and ordered ala carte. At the writing of this review, they were having a promotional 20% discount off their menu only for dinner on weekdays. The ambience and decor of the place is nice. Their menu prices are reasonable considering the high quality of the food served and their presentation. We received excellent service throughout our very enjoyable dinner. We will definitely be back and will bring along our friends for another culinary treat!
Went for the dim sum buffet, though the choices are limited, the quality and options aren't your usual dim sum menu but are of good quality restaurant type of dim sum. Nice, highly recommended to try!
This is our 3rd time here. The 1st time, we had dim sum as our morning breakfast. The quality of food is exceptionally caught our surprise, their specialty Volcanic Lava (salted egg) Mushroom buns and not forgetting Red Bean pancake. We also had porridge, har kou, siu mai etc...I found they are the best ever I had in Spore - I rated them 6 at that point of time. We had dinner the 2nd time. We had Peking duck, the price is reasonable. The duck meat was used to fried noodle, which I think the noodle is a bit oily. We tried new dishes, Mango prawns and cod steak. We still like the quality food. However, when we visited the 3rd time, we found there was a drop in the standard. The volcanic lava came out on 2 out of 4 mushroom buns that we had ordered. The noodle used to fry the duck meat is a bit too less. The deep fried cod steak was a bit burned. The prawn roll was a bit pricy and it was not worth the value. It was a disappointment that we could not have their dim sum as they were fully sold out. We noticed that they change their menu and this is good for consumers. I believe Lan Ting will brush up to continue to serve us quality food.
The staff service was excellent! There were four to five of them taking turns to serve up our dishes and taking our numerous orders and requests, and ALL OF THEM were just so courteous, smiley and patient! EXCELLENT SERVICE! Their Peking duck was thumbs-up! I love it that they serve all-day dim sum. They also made my Sister's birthday celebration all the more memorable by giving her complimentary mango moochi which was freshly made according to them. I will definitely come back here again to satisfy my Cantonese cuisine and dim sum craving!
1st visit & it's a "Thumbs Up"! RESERVATIONS REQUIRED & as long as customers honors timely arrival, I don't see much of a problem with waiting time. Compliments to the chefs for timsum was delicious, tho serving portions were a tad inconsistent, due to demand exceeds kitchen speed of supply. And compliments to the service staff who were attentive, trying their best to attend to your orders & requests with smiles (tho most of them were obviously new). I will return again.
4 pax we ordered 1) Xiao long bao : skin was thick and soup in it was not that tasty 2) liu sar bao: the skin is very chewy , the filling is very little in proportion to the skin and not fragrant. 3) fried carrot cake: ok 4) xiu mai: meat very minced, no texture 5) fried rice: wok hei, quite fragrant 6) deep fried soft shell crab: unable to taste much of a crab at all, disappointing 7) deep fried taro with meat in it dim sum: ok 8) congee: quite tasty 9) glutinous rice meat ball: meat again too minced, no texture, glutinous rice covering very thick 10) salted egg brinjal: not too oily but no salted egg taste
No offence to crystal jade but Ian Ting cuisine is way better. Every dish is fresh n tasty without MSG. Love the warm ambience n decor. If you love salted egg yolk custard bun, order the volcanic lava mushroom bun, unbelievable generous amount of salted egg yolk filling. I plan to visit Ian Ting more often as reasonable price, ambience n great food are so hard to find these days
Reviews seem overrated and service was slow and messy. Waiter took at least 15 mins after our orders were placed, to tell us that they had ran out of the lava mushroom and xiao long bao. This was surprising, considering we were there at 1pm, and the restaurant should have catered for peak hours. The food took very long to arrive (our chilli crab mantou took at least 30mins and it arrived warm at best). We enjoyed the asparagus and prawn dumpling, char siew bao and chilli crab mantou (albeit the puff pastry is a lil too thick). The guotie, abalone dumpling and congee were so-so. To top it off, we were asked to pay by nets because they ran out of change. Definitely a lot to work on!