About Summer Pavilion
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About the restaurant
Summer Pavilion is a stunning City Hall restaurant that’s providing guests with superb modern Cantonese cuisine in an environment that’s intimate and luxurious. Led by Chinese executive chef Cheung Siu Kong, this sophisticated dining establishment earned its first Michelin star in 2016, the only Chinese hotel restaurant – you’ll find it in the Ritz-Carlton – to achieve this highly sought-after designation. Featuring both a la carte offerings and set menus, Summer Pavilion is ideal for any occasion including business meetings, romantic dinners and family outings, as well as for dim sum and tea on Raffles Avenue.
Situated inside the fabulous Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore on bustling Raffles Avenue, Summer Pavilion can be found right in the heart of the city-state, just a quick three-minute walk from Promenade MRT station. Since 2003, Chinese executive chef Cheung Siu Kong has been dishing out only the very finest Cantonese specialities, propelling this City Hall restaurant to unforeseen heights and eventually earning Summer Pavilion their first Michelin star in 2016. After a recent transformation, Summer Pavilion now features contemporary decorations throughout, as well as six stunning private dining rooms.
Chef Cheung’s goal at Summer Pavilion is to offer diners the most authentic Cantonese dishes by using cooking techniques which best bring out the flavours of the ingredients. Featuring an array of seasonal set menus, the restaurant keeps guests on their toes with their always impressive selection of dishes. Highlights from the menu at Summer Pavilion include the braised four-head South African abalone, conpoy and mushroom dumpling in clear broth, poached rice with lobster and pan-fried shredded yam and pumpkin. During lunch time, be sure to make your way to the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore for a sophisticated array of dim sum delights and other stunning meals. Reserving ahead is highly recommended for this Michelin-starred restaurant in Singapore’s City Hall.