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Standing proud on level four of The Holiday Inn Atrium down Outram Road in Outram Park is one of central Singapore’s best kept secrets when it comes to fine Chinese dining. Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant has a menu packed with traditional dishes, both popular favourites and lesser-known delicacies, and also an unusual array of fusion specialties that are set to impress the city’s more open-minded diners. And don’t forget: dim sum! This is a great retreat for a meal out with the family.
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Food was good and staff was attentive. The ambience was nice - a good place for a quiet meal of traditional Cantonese food .
The restaurant is well managed by the Manager, and the service staff is efficient, polite and warm, despite we did not order 'expense' dishes and it is during CNY. However, the dishes are too salty for our taste bud thus I give it a 4.
Nice and ambience place. Reasonable pricing and good quality food
Lobster and abalone, prawn dumplings with mango and mayonnaise, scallop chee cheong fun, breaded wasabi prawns, deep fried sesame balls with red bean paste. Can you spot the classics and the fusion dishes? Yep, Singapore’s Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant is revered for its innovative interpretations; but also its no-nonsense venue in the Holiday Inn Atrium along Outram Road – Oriental chic without the overcrowding that allows diners at this Outram Park gem to concentrate on the lazy susan and each other.
Singapore diners go crazy for Xin Cuisine Chinese Restaurant’s baked custard buns, but we think Xin’s crispy roast duck prepared with tea leaves is the real winner; the tea leaves not only impress us with the aromatic, woody notes they impart to a well-known classic of Chinese cuisine classic but we’re also won us over by the chef’s imagination (tea is so very Chinese) and sheer culinary boldness (who would have thought to use it this way?). There’s so much more to discover here, so book now and find Xin’s exemplary take on Chinese cuisine at the Holiday Inn Atrium in Outram Park.