Skip to content

Peach Blossoms Dim Sum Lunch at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay

We had a Peach Blossoms dim sum lunch at the Chinese Restaurant at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay Hotel (the former Marina Mandarin Hotel) recently. The new hotel looks nice. The dim sum looked even better.

The new Peach Blossoms at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay

Forgive me if you feel like I am shouting each time you read the name of the hotel: PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay Hotel. This seems to be the way it is written on their website and I am just trying to be consistent. Apart from the name, I think they have done a great job in transforming the hotel into one which looks like a “garden inside a hotel”. You can see more of the hotel in our 3-minute restaurant review Youtube video at the end of this post.

The traditional look of the old Peach Blossoms Chinese restaurant has given way to a more elegant contemporary look. The bird cages that used to to be near the restaurant have moved to the lobby where the birds can now sing freely in a garden environment. You can see pictures of the old look in our previous post on this restaurant.

Peach Blossoms Dim Sum Menu

The Peach Blossoms Dim Sum Lunch menu at PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay is not very extensive. There were just two pages it. But this does not bother us as we tend to order the same items anyway.

For those who would like a long leisurely lunch, there are set menus available. The Peach Blossoms Discovery Set Menu looked the most appealing to us. We have it on our to-do list. The Champagne Treat option will be appealing to our intoxicated friends. Free flow of Perrier Jouet champagne for 2 hours for $68++.

Beautiful Peach Blossoms Dim Sum

The fried dim sum items were the first to arrive. They looked gorgeous. Most dim sum are served on generic plates. These beautiful dim sum pieces were enhanced by the fancy serving plates.

On the left is the ‘Lava’ Japanese sweet potato ($5.80) which contains a creamy sweet potato filling that oozes out like a lava cake. It tasted as good as it looks. The picture on the right is the deep-fried Teochew dumpling ($8.80) which contains peanuts, dried shrimps, turnips and chives. This one looked just as beautiful but the taste was more predictable.

Steamed Dim Sum Items

The steamed dim sum items looked and tasted more conventional. They were mostly served in bamboo baskets, except the cheong fun – rice roll with prawns ($7.80) which arrived on a ‘pillow’. We love the presentation.

All the steamed dim sum were good but the one that stole the show was the crab claws ($9.80). Slightly more expensive than the rest, but we would be happy to order it again. Service at the Peach Blossoms restaurant was courteous and helpful. Overall, an enjoyable Peach Blossoms dim sum lunch in an elegant setting.

Peach Blossoms
6 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square Singapore 039594

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday and Eve of PH:
12:00pm to 3:00pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays:
11:00am to 1:00pm (1st Seating)
1:00pm to 2:30pm (2nd Seating, last order 2:30pm)

Monday to Friday and Eve of PH:
6:30pm to 10:30pm

Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays:
6:30pm to 8:30pm (1st Seating)
8:30pm to 10:30pm (2nd Seating, last order 10:30pm)


The Ordinary Patrons | Real Dining Experience of Ordinary People
an independent Singapore food blog

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

Discover more from The Ordinary Patrons

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.

Leave a comment. It will mean a great deal to us.