Redpan Restaurant at Marina Square is a “modern-Singaporean bistro”. Modern Singapore food like Crispy Otah Dumplings and Lup Cheong Mac & Cheese are on the menu. Is it a successful fusion of local and western classics or does it lead to confusion?Continue reading →
Kai Garden Restaurant (嘉苑) in Marina Square is a contemporary Cantonese restaurant well known for its Peking duck. Their dim sum is also popular and they offer various set menus. We had their set lunch recently and were happy with the delicious offering.Continue reading →
Jia He Xing is a Chinese casual dining restaurant, famous for its boiled dumplings and signature noodles. It has several outlets in Beijing and its first Singapore restaurant opened in Marina Square recently.Continue reading →
Mouth Restaurant may not be a name that readily springs to mind when we are thinking of an affordable Chinese restaurant with decor that is modern and inviting. We were thus quite impressed when we walked into Mouth Restaurant Marina Square and saw its casual but modern Chinese interior design. The restaurant offers a full range of traditional as well as contemporary Chinese dishes – from dim sum and claypot rice to Peking duck and sautéed Australian tenderloin cubes.
We had a claypot & dim sum lunch at Peach Blossoms Chinese restaurant in the Marina Mandarin Hotel Singapore. It has been sometime since we last visited this hotel at Marina Square. The first thing we noticed were the birds singing in cages in the atrium and just outside. At first we thought they were just fake birds with recorded sounds, but they were real – alive and singing.