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10 Dim Sum Promotions And Deals

Geralyne Ong

Har kaw, siew mai, lor bak gou, dim sum so good you just can’t say no! 


Little morsels of deliciousness, carefully wrapped in paper-thin dough, topped with chives and cooked to perfection, dim sum (点心: dian xin) holds a special place in our hearts (and tummies). A hearty exchange of ‘inspirational’ life anecdotes, over these bite-sized goodness and sipping Chinese tea at a traditional Chinese dim sum restaurant with family or friends — that’s our kind of perfect afternoon. 

If that sounds like something you might want to plan for the coming weekend, here’s the ultimate list of Chinese restaurants in Singapore (complete with promotions), which serve up quality dim sum while being easy on your wallet. 

This dim sum deals and promotions article was last updated on 5 March 2020.

Restaurant Address What To Order
Yum Cha 20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street) #02-01, Singapore 058479 Steamed salted egg custard bun, salted egg prawn ball, prawn & mango fritter, and Peking duck
Tim Ho Wan 68 Orchard Rd, Plaza Singapura #01-29A & #01-52, Singapore 238839 Baked barbecue pork bun, beancurd skin with prawn & pork, sesame ball with molten salted egg and egg tart
Peach Garden 301 Upper Thomson Road #01-88, Thomson Plaza, Singapore 574408 Steamed prawn dumpling, yam puff with char siew, stewed pork trotters in black vinegar and drunken prawns
Mouth Restaurant 38 Maxwell Rd #01-01/02, Airview Building, Singapore 069116 Steamed salted egg custard bun, pork & prawn dumpling, Peking duck and deep fried ‘chopstick’ prawn spring roll
Shang Social Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard #01-219/222, Singapore 819666 Steamed shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoot, pork & mushroom dumpling, Suzhou baked minced pork bun, signature pan fried bun with pork, kong bak pau, prawn roll and ngor hiang
Tien Court 403 Havelock Road, Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore, Singapore 169632 Deep-fried prawn & pork dumpling with lychee, steamed pork & prawn dumpling with caviar and steamed pork ribs with taro
Hua Ting 442 Orchard Rd Level 2, Orchard Hotel Singapore, Singapore 238879 Signature baked mango & chicken tart, steamed seafood abalone dumpling, turnip cake in homemade XO sauce and sweet trilogy and baked herbal empress chicken drumstick with abalone & fungus
Summer Palace 1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 3 Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715 Shrimp dumplings with bird’s nest, deep-fried yam with garoupa, steamed glutinous rice with crab, double boiled egg white milk custard with bird’s nest
Shang Palace 22 Orange Grove Rd Lobby Level, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, Singapore 258350 Steamed beef tripe with satay sauce, thousand layer radish puff with Yunnan ham, traditional steamed buns with roasted pork belly & steamed yam and chilled coconut ai-yu jelly
Jade 1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 049178 Wagyu beef puffs, abalone siew mai, lobster porridge, braised bird’s nest soup and pistachio muah chee
Hai Tien Lou 7 Raffles Boulevard Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595 Signature XO chilli sauce with rice flour rolls, roasted meats platter, deep-fried prawns with salted egg yolk and egg tart with swiftlet’s nest & white fungus
Source: Yum Cha

Yum Cha 

A household name that serves up delectable dim sum throughout the day, its main outlet is situated bang in the centre of Chinatown. As they get pretty crowded during lunch and dinner (even on weekdays), be sure to make a reservation before heading down. 

Price: $15 to $20/person
What to order: Steamed salted egg custard bun, salted egg prawn ball, prawn and mango fritter, and Peking duck (if you’ve the stomach space)
Promotion: Enjoy a free Seafood Soup Dumpling when you spend a minimum of $80 with your OCBC credit card, valid till 31 May 2020. PAssion Silver card holders save 20% off weekday high tea buffet (3:00pm to 6:00pm), valid till 30 September 2020.

Address: 20 Trengganu Street (Off Temple Street) #02-01, Singapore 058479
Contact number: 6372 1717
Dim sum hours: 10:30am to 10:30pm (Monday to Friday), 9am to 10:30pm (Saturday and Sunday)

Tim Ho Wan

A chain dim sum restaurant hailing from the mecca of dim sums, Hong Kong, Tim Ho Wan has 12 outlets spread all over our sunny island. Offering piping hot and authentic dim sum throughout the day, they’re famous for baked barbecue pork bun and egg tarts. Don’t leave without trying them, because the calories are really worth it!

Price: $20 to $25/person
What to order: Baked barbecue pork bun, beancurd skin with prawn and pork, sesame ball with molten salted egg and egg tart
Promotion: Get a complimentary dessert when you spend a minimum of $100 on your DBS credit card, valid till 31 March 2020.

Address: 68 Orchard Rd, Plaza Singapura #01-29A & #01-52, Singapore 238839
Contact number: 6251 2000
Dim sum hours: 10am to 10pm (Monday to Friday), 9am to 10pm (Saturday and Sunday)

Peach Garden

An oldie but a goodie. Here’s the thing about Peach Garden — they serve dim sum during lunch time, but the best time to visit would be between 3-5 pm to take advantage of their promotion. On Mondays to Fridays, diners enjoy a whopping 50% off their a la carte and dim sum menu items. On Saturdays and Sundays, there’s a high-tea buffet, which includes a la carte menu items and dim sums for only $23.80++ (w/gst $28). 

Do note that as Peach Garden changes its menu periodically, you might want to give them a call to check in on their current menu in advance. 

Price: $20 to $28/person
What to order: Prawn dumpling, yam puff with char siew, stewed pork trotters in black vinegar and drunken prawns
Promotion: Direct restaurant promotion. Enjoy 50% off a la carte and dim sum menu items, valid on Monday to Friday only. For weekend high-tea (Saturday and Sunday), 1 dines free with every 3 paying adults. 

Address: 301 Upper Thomson Road #01-88, Thomson Plaza, Singapore 574408
Contact number: 6451 3233
Dim sum hours: 3pm to 5pm daily

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Mouth Restaurant

Sitting on the fringe of CBD is Mouth Restaurant, a must-visit if you’ve got a dim sum craving during the work week that needs fixing. Famous for their steamed salted egg custard bun, you’d want to give their crispy deep fried ‘chopstick’ prawn spring roll a definite try. 

Price: $25 to $30/person
What to order: Steamed salted egg custard bun, pork & prawn dumpling, Peking duck and deep fried ‘chopstick’ prawn spring roll
Promotion: Purchase a $50 voucher for $35 on Chope

Address: 38 Maxwell Rd #01-01/02, Airview Building, Singapore 069116
Contact number: 6438 5798
Dim sum hours: 11.30am to 3pm (Monday to Friday), 10am to 4:30pm and 6pm to 10pm (Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays)

Source: Shang Social

Shang Social

Easily the most trendy and hipster dim sum restaurant on this list, Shang Social gives traditional Cantonese, Huaiyang, and Sichuan cuisine with a modern touch. Situated at the new Jewel Changi Airport, not only does every corner of their restaurant look Instagram-worthy, every dish is aesthetically plated before serving.

They are famous for steamed shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoot, pork & mushroom dumpling and Suzhou baked minced pork bun. If you’ve the stomach space or are dining with a group of foodies, be sure to also order up their signature pan fried bun with pork, kong bak pau, prawn roll and ngor hiang.

Price: $25 to $30/person
What to order: Steamed shrimp dumpling with bamboo shoot, pork & mushroom dumpling, Suzhou baked minced pork bun, signature pan fried bun with pork, kong bak pau, prawn roll and ngor hiang
Promotion: Direct restaurant promotion, 50% off all handmade dim sums. Valid till 31 March 2020.

Address: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard #01-219/222, Singapore 819666
Contact number: 6346 0260
Dim sum hours: 11.30am to 4.30pm (Monday to Sunday)

Source: Tien Court

Tien Court

Located at the quaint Robertson Quay, Tien Court is my grandma’s go-to when it comes to dim sum, and grandmas are never wrong. An unassuming Chinese restaurant that consistently serves quality dim sum at a reasonable price, there’s nothing not to love. 

Price: $40 to $45/person
What to order: Deep-fried prawn & pork dumpling with lychee, steamed pork & prawn dumpling with caviar and steamed pork ribs with taro
Promotion: 15% off a la carte menu items when you settle the bill using a DBS credit card, valid till 2 May 2020. 

Address: 403 Havelock Road, Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore, Singapore 169632
Contact number: 6318 3193
Dim sum hours: 12pm to 2:30pm (Monday to Friday), 10am to 1:00pm (1st seating) and 1:15pm to 3pm (2nd seating) (Saturday and Sunday)

Hua Ting

Head over to Hua Ting if you are looking for a conveniently located Chinese restaurant that serves traditional dim sum. Sitting on the 2nd floor of Orchard Hotel Singapore, it also offers a wide selection of bigger sharing plates like Peking duck and fried rice with crab, salmon roe, egg white & black garlic.

Price: $45 to $50/person
What to order: Signature baked mango & chicken tart, steamed seafood abalone dumpling, turnip cake in homemade XO sauce and sweet trilogy and baked herbal empress chicken drumstick with abalone & fungus
Promotion: 15% off a la carte menu items when you spend with your Maybank (valid till 31 March 2020), DBS (valid till 1 May 2020) or Citibank (valid till 30 December 2020) credit card. 

Address: 442 Orchard Rd Level 2, Orchard Hotel Singapore, Singapore 238879
Contact number: 6739 6666
Dim sum hours: 11:30am to 2:30pm

Summer Palace

A short walk from Orchard MRT Station is where you will find the one-star Michelin Cantonese Restaurant, Summer Palace. Although their selection of dim sum is not as varied as some of the other Chinese restaurants on this list, it definitely makes up for it with their seasonal dim sum menu that changes every 3 months. 

Price: $50 to $60/person
What to order: Shrimp dumplings with bird’s nest, deep-fried yam with garoupa, steamed glutinous rice with crab, double boiled egg white milk custard with bird’s nest
Promotion: 15% off a la carte menu items when you pay using a Maybank credit card, valid till 31 March 2020.

Address: 1 Cuscaden Rd, Level 3 Regent Hotel Singapore, Singapore 249715
Contact number: 6725 3288
Dim sum hours: 12pm to 2:30pm (Monday to Friday), 11:30am to 2:30pm (Saturday and Sunday)

Source: Shang Palace

Shang Palace

Cantonese fine dining, just a stone’s throw away from the main Orchard Road stretch, Shang Palace is all old world charm. It’s the sort of place you bring your parents or future in-laws to dine at. Steamed, fried, boiled, pan-fried, Shang Palace offers over 46 different dim sums for you to pick and choose from. 

Price: $55 to $60/person
What to order: Steamed beef tripe with satay sauce, thousand layer radish puff with Yunnan ham, traditional steamed buns with roasted pork belly & steamed yam and chilled coconut ai-yu jelly
Promotion: 
Citi Prestige and ULTIMA card holders:


  • 20% off lunch and dinner (Monday to Thursday), valid till 30 April 2020.
  • 15% off lunch and dinner (Fridays to Sundays), valid till 30 April 2020.

All other Citibank credit card holders:

  • 15% off lunch and dinner (Monday to Thursday), valid till 30 April 2020.
  • 10% off lunch and dinner (Fridays to Sundays), valid till 30 April 2020.

Address: 22 Orange Grove Rd Lobby Level, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, Singapore 258350
Contact number: 6213 4398
Dim sum hours: 12pm to 2:30pm (Monday to Friday), 11am to 3pm (Saturday and Sunday)

Source: Jade

Jade

Housed within The Fullerton Hotel, Jade offers dim sum set lunch on Monday to Friday and dim sum buffet on Saturday and Sunday. Expect dim sum classics like prawn dumpling and pork & shrimp dumpling alongside new creations like Wagyu beef puffs, steamed sweet yam lava bun and pistachio muah chee. 

Price: $58++/person (Monday to Friday, dim sum set lunch), $50++ (Saturday and Sunday, dim sum buffet)
What to order: Wagyu beef puffs, abalone siew mai, lobster porridge, braised bird’s nest soup and pistachio muah chee
Promotion: Up to 50% off a la carte menu items when you pay using a Standard Chartered Bank credit card

Address: ​1 Fullerton Square, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, Singapore 049178
Contact number: 6733 8388
Dim sum hours: 11:30am to 2:30pm daily

Source: Hai Tien Lou

Hai Tien Lou

Dim sum gone luxe. There’s nothing simple or basic about having a dim sum afternoon at Hai Tien Lou⁠. Located on the 3rd level of Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore, this is perhaps one of the most fancy dim sum restaurants in Singapore, and for good reason. Their dim sums include ingredients like swiftlet’s nest, foie gras, lobster, abalone and crab that elevate classic dim sums to a whole new level of yums. Be sure to dress up for the occasion because, Hai Tien Lou has a smart casual dress code—talk about fancy. 

Price: $50/person (a la carte), $60.80++ (weekday dim sum buffet), $68.80++ (weekend dim sum buffet)
What to order: Signature XO chilli sauce with rice flour rolls, roasted meats platter, deep-fried prawns with salted egg yolk and egg tart with swiftlet’s nest & white fungus
Promotion: 10% off all ala carte menu items and house pour drinks when you use your OCBC credit card, valid till 30 December 2020.

Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595
Contact number: 6826 8240
Dim sum hours: 11:30am to 2:30pm

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By Geralyne Ong
A lover of gin and all things Nigella Lawson, Geralyne spends her leisure time serving fur-babies and doing as many mountain climbers and burpees as she possibly can. She’s also a big believer in adulting.

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