Blossom Restaurant MBS is a new Chinese restaurant at Marina Bay Sands. It is located at a section of the huge the ground floor lobby. According to the Blossom Restaurant website, it ” … will present diners with modern interpretations of the finest cuisine from Canton, Sichuan and Shanghai – a delectable balance of traditional and modern flavours and techniques”.
Paradise Teochew VivoCity is the latest new restaurant by the Paradise restaurant group. It is located in a quiet corner of level 1 of Vivo City (it is the last unit along the side facing Sentosa and furthest away from Harbourfront). Yet it was a full house when we were there. I think the opening promotion which is on till 7 Dec 2018 might have contributed to it. Please see photo below for details.
Chope Discount Vouchers offer discounts of up to 50% off the bills at selected restaurants. Like many dining deals, there is a catch. In the case of the Chope discount deal, there was one main catch – the discount vouchers have to be used for a specific location at designated times (usually off-peak hours). We decided to try using these vouchers at Tim Ho Wan Pacific Place.
We had lunch at the newly reopened Majestic Restaurant, Marina One. This famous Chinese restaurant (大華) used to be at the Majestic Hotel in Bukit Pasoh. Its new location, Marina One, is a new integrated development at Marina Bay that contains residential, office and retail components. The retail portion is known as known as “The Heart” and is spread out over the podium block. On the roof of the podium block (level 4) is a spacious garden in which sits two glass structures. These glass boxes are occupied by restaurants. The new Majestic Restaurant 大華 occupies one of them. Japanese restaurant Wakanui Grill Dining occupies the other one.
The variety and sheer number of dim sum restaurants in Singapore is a good indication of the depth and diversity of Singapore foodscape. Dim sum in Singapore can be enjoyed in a luxurious Michelin-starred restaurant like Summer Pavilion, a hip creative restaurant like Janice Wong or in one of the many food courts and HDB kopitiams. For a uniquely Singapore dim sum experience, a visit to Swee Choon Tim Sum is probably one of the best options.