Authentic Cantonese cuisine in a lovely environment is the focus of Singapore’s Xin Yue, a modern Chinese restaurant on River Valley Road. Just steps from beautiful Fort Canning Park and only a few minutes from the river, Xin Yue offers quality, flavour and class while remaining true to its Cantonese roots. The result: the kitchen at this beloved Chinese dining establishment produces only the finest cuisine for hungry Singaporeans.
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The best dim sum i had for a long while. Love the hai gaw and the hum shui kok. I would recommend this restaurant to all my friends
It is a good resturant. Will go again. Quiet. Not many people. Good staff. Prices are reasonable. It is on Muhammed Sultan road. Tasty food.
It was a good lunch experience at the Restaurant. Quality of Food was good together with the environment. The only feedback for the Company to consider is the given address. The address given is stated along River Valley but accurately it is along Muhd Sultan Road. I had some difficulty in finding the restaurant initially.
Established in 2014, Xin Yue’s authentic Cantonese cuisine has gained a great reputation as a top spot for Chinese dining in Singapore. The success of this popular upscale establishment on River Valley Road is due primarily to the extensive but considered menu of sublime dishes matched by a superior sense of what it takes to make a restaurant not simply a place where one eats, but a place where one finds a total gastronomic experience.
With its chic upscale interior, Xin Yue is a fantastic spot for enjoying a delicious meal with someone you care about. Appetisers like the pan-seared suckling pig with Thai-style salad start the meal off right before guests delve in to hearty Cantonese classics like fish maw soup with mirror fish or the wok-fried ramen with lobster pincer and black olives. It’s important to note, however, that making a reservation at this restaurant on River Valley Road is absolutely essential, so be sure to book online in advance! Come in and try Cantonese cuisine like you never experienced before and have your socks knocked off at Singapore’s Xin Yue.