Singapore boasts three top restaurants where you can find the perfect Chinese yum cha. Yum Cha Chinatown and Yum Cha Garden join Yum Cha at Changi, making it far easier to confidently locate the best spot to enjoy this popular, traditional Chinese cuisine. And popular it is. Sundays at Changi Business Park Ave see large numbers of customers patiently waiting for the chance to indulge in fine Chinese cuisine in one of Singapore’s most popular yum cha restaurants. Don’t forget to check out Yum Cha at Changi’s website for special offers and, especially if you have a large group, make sure you book in advance!
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we turned up and got last round of trolley service - no one told us it was ending. then tried to order of Al a carte menu - staff could not get we wanted to.order food
Overall okay. Price was s bit high. Noise cannot be avoided since we came at lunch time.
Ok dim sum, can be quite busy during weekday lunxh
Yum Cha at Changi, along Singapore’s Changi Business Park Ave, is one of three Yum Cha Restaurants in and around the city, joining Yum Cha Chinatown and Yum Cha Garden as one of Singapore’s most popular Chinese restaurants. Taken together, it’s evident that the three Yum Cha Restaurants epitomise the yum cha dining experience in Singapore – for one, you couldn’t ask for a simpler and more representative name for this group of restaurants, could you? But the proof is in the pudding, as they say, and there’s no doubt that Yum Cha at Changi lives up to its name!
Yum Cha Changi’s dim sum are renowned across Singapore, with people crowding the tables to give these and delicacies such as Yum Cha’s award-winning black pepper crab a go. Sundays are traditionally busy – make sure you book in advance – and, speaking of tradition, customers are getting hip to another interesting Yum Cha Changi offering – the opportunity to dine in the traditional tapino style, where friends and family gather to gossip around a hot pot of soup the Cantonese way.