Prima Tower is a global one-of-a-kind: situated atop a former flour mill along Keppel Road in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar. Atop this impressive ex-industrial structure is the Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant, boasting spectacular panoramic views out over the city, the southern seas, and Sentosa Island. Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant specialises in Chinese cuisine, with a focus on the regional delicacies of Beijing, with dishes curated by Hong Kong master chef Chan.
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Service is bad Price dont worth for the food The food are bad
Tim sum was quite good but a bit pricy for a plate of 3 items. Fried rice very dry
Good customer service and nice location to have dinner. Keep it up.
Hong Kong master chef Chan Sung Og began his career learning from China’s best, being mentored in the arts of Chinese cuisine by Zou Cunfu, one of the Four Renowned Chefs of China. For over three decades, chef Chan has headed up Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant’s kitchen, establishing this Singapore landmark as the best place to enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine. Chan himself has been showered with awards for his efforts, allowing Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant to bask in similar glories – this prominent restaurant down Keppel Road in Singapore’s Tanjong Pagar often tops hospitality industry and food critics’ lists as the best Chinese restaurant in Singapore.
Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant can boast not only of its award-winning Chinese cuisine. It also possesses arguably the best views in Singapore, allowing diners to eat in the lap of luxury as the Singapore skyline, the verdant island of Sentosa, and the lights of the busy shipping lanes below slowly unfurl. Step gingerly into Prima Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant, high above Tanjong Pagar’s Keppel Road, and check out the authentic Chinese and Beijing dishes on offer. Specialities include the classic Peking duck, crisped and wrapped in a thin Chinese pancake, or the delicious shredded scallops with fish and egg white. What can we say? A revolving restaurant with Lazy Susan Chinese dining – it’s revolutionary.