A short and sweet post on St Regis Yan Ting Dim Sum. Previously I have blogged about Yan Ting’s Dim Sum buffet brunch here and here. My apologies for the dark pictures; I wrote that post when I just started blogging and had no idea how to edit pictures. Edit 03/02/2014: Do check out my blog post on Yan Ting Weekend Brunch Revisited too 🙂
The buffet brunch is rather pricy at $98++ per pax, so it’s definitely not value for money for small eaters. My father does not have a big appetite, so I brought him to try the a la carte menu.
I believe for most people, the words St Regis and Yan Ting are associated with exorbitant prices. This is not true for the a la carte dim sum menu. Yes, it is a tad pricier, but not outrageously so, as you can see from this blog post. With the Supper Club Card, you can enjoy 25% discount.
Pls check out my previous blog posts (part 1, part 2) for details on the ambience, service and food. This post is just an extension to share that the a la carte dim sum is affordable and you should give it a try 🙂
We ordered these delicious treats from the Dim Sum Menu, which is only available during lunch.
Sorry I can’t recall what the price of the tea is….
Steamed Shark Fin’s Soup Dumpling ($13.80). I do not eat sharks fin so I wont comment on it. But the soup is simply a marvel of Cantonese brewing skills.
Steamed Spare Ribs with Chinese Olives ($6). I cannot resist savory and tender meat!
Steamed Crystal Shrimp Dumplings “Har Kao” ($6.80 for 4 pieces). Definitely value for money given the size of the fresh prawns.
Steamed Salted Egg Yolk Bun ($5.80 for 3 pieces). Filling was generous with a good bun-to-filling ratio.
Hong Kong Style Pan-Seared Radish Cake ($5.00 for 3 pieces). Disappointing as it was a bit too dry and bland.
Mini Egg Tarts ($6 for 3 pieces). Served warm, these simply divine goodies melt in your mouth.
Beautifully presented Silky Mango Roll ($8) was decent.
Yan Ting Weekend Buffet Brunch
$98++ per adult
St Regis Hotel
29 Tanglin Road