Serving up primarily Hong Kong-style Chinese cuisine, Lucky8 Restaurant aims to provide Singapore diners with a unique culinary experience, from the moment that they walk through the door. Located inside the Shaw Centre on Scotts Road, Lucky8 Restaurant is designed with a black and gold colour theme, signifying stability, abundance and prosperity. For a superlative Chinese meal served up in an elegant environment, book a table at Lucky8 Restaurant in Orchard.
For an authentic Hong kong-style dining experience in Singapore, Lucky8 Restaurant is the place to. To ensure that diners are able to enjoy authentic Hong Kong style cuisine and appreciate its true meaning, the chef team behind Lucky8 comprises of renowned Hong Kong chefs, helmed by head chef Mr. Xie Jie, who has more than 26 years of experience in the Hong Kong culinary cuisine industry and is one of the founding members for Hong Kong’s famous Modern China Restaurant, which has gained wide recognition and popularity in Hong Kong. Mr. Xie’s persistence and culinary skills have also been widely recognized and he has served business icons like Mr. Li Kah Shing, Stanley, as well as the late Prime Minister of Singapore Mr. Lee Kuan Yew.
At Lucky8 Restaurant in Orchard, tuck into Hong Kong-style classics like the double-boiled abalone & cordycep flower in chicken soup, live prawn in crispy oatmeal, braised homemade beancurd with golden mushroom and seasonal vegetables and fried rice with seafood and cured meat in lotus leaf, followed by some red bean pancake. Whether its for a romantic date, a business lunch or a group meal, Lucky8 Restaurant provides the perfect setting. You’ll find it located on Scotts Road in Singapore's Orchard area – to guarantee table, making a reservation in advance is recommended.
best peking duck I've tried. claypot dishes were delicious but portions were small. goryeo puff pastry dessert (forgot the actual name and description) was really good
Food is good and value for money. Attentive. Appreciate the longetivity bun that was on the house. We were talking about birthday person among the guests, and the staff pick it up and provide the bun. Thanks. We all appreciate it
I assume the higher the rate the better. 6 is better than 1. Good food and service. Parking expensive, better if free parking can be given if over certain amount of spending.
Love the food there! Especially roast pork and the special today... lobster noodles, at only $28 per portion! Service was very good. The waitresses were very quick to replace our plates once they noticed the need to do so.
Went for dim sum lunch. Food was quite good. But I have to mark down on the dough and skin parts of the dim sum. For instance the skins of the char siew pao, custard buns, har gau and cheong fun were a bit soft and lacking the chewy texture. The filling of the custard bun was good. The BBQ and roast pork was good. Served reasonably good guanyin tea at $2 per person. Complimentary dessert was a nice touch. Service was good. Pricing was in the mid to high range. Reasonable choice for dim sum in Orchard Road area.
The food was good and not too oily nor salty. The restaurant was not crowded so dining was a Breeze for me and my friends. I will go back there again to try their Dim sum which is only available for lunch. Restaurant is accessible and easy to find.
We enjoyed the good Cantonese food (well above average), excellent service and very good environment. We took the Mother's Day set for 10 pax at $505 nett. Satisfied with the quality and quantity of food.
It's definitely one of the best Chinese food joints in Singapore with great variety of quality Chinese food and dim sum. Food taste is excellent. Will definitely return again.
Ordered char siew and roast pork belly. Will order again as the char siew is soft and tender, wiped up the sauce as it goes well with rice. Pumpkin sauce prawn is delicious too.
Very authentic Chinese food. Attentive staffs and good ambience. Loved the Lucky8 Peking duck. Awesome promo @ only $48. Usual $88 :) I would visit them again definitely