Mott32at Marina Bay Sands


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 17 Aug 2021


Depending on which part of the world you are in (or from), the phrase ‘Chinese cuisine’ is sure to conjure up delightful images in your head, of delicious rice and noodles being tossed around inside a flaming wok, or aromatic mist rising out of a freshly-steamed assortment of dim sums in a basket, or a boiling hotpot of vegetables and meat swimming around in spicy broth, simmering over a charcoal fire.

Food is a significant part of Chinese culture and it is believed that good food can bring harmony to family and relationships, both personal and professional. Chinese cuisine has been around for over a thousand years, but its evolution in terms of varied cooking styles, techniques, and ingredients, is what makes it one of the most diverse and most-loved cuisines in the world.

Even today, every Chinese province has its own cooking style, based on local ingredients and regional preferences. Broadly put, the North consumes more wheat and meat, while the South is into subtler flavours, rice and seafood. While there are about ten prominent regional cuisines, three of the most famous ones globally, are the Cantonese (fresh, tender, and healthy), the Szechwan/Szechuan (pungent, spicy, and bold), and the Hunan cuisines (aromatic, colourful, and hot).




Mott 32

Mott 32 is an award-winning Chinese restaurant that showcases a combination of industrial New York and classical Chinese design for an elegant dining experience. Its signature dishes include apple-wood roasted peking duck, barbecue pluma iberico pork glazed with yellow mountain honey, iberico pork with soft quail egg and black truffle siu mai, and crispy triple cooked wagyu beef short rib.

Besides the stunning décor and outstanding food, what makes Mott 32 so spectacularly unique is its level of modernity combined with a respect for tradition. While its original mixology programme for complementary dishes is inspired by Chinese culture, its organic ingredient sourcing is done ethically by working closely with farms.

Mott 32 is located at B1-42-44, The Shoppes.

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RISE Restaurant

Honoured with the ‘Travellers Choice’ Award by TripAdvisor in 2021, RISE is a celebration of Singapore’s rich and diverse food culture, where family recipes have been meticulously refined and elevated using the finest ingredients sourced sustainably.

Drawing inspiration from their own childhood, seven local chefs cook up authentic Asian and Singaporean classics such as RISE Laksa, Chilli Crab and Pork Rib Prawn Noodles. Chefs’ favourites include the in-house prepared Ngoh Hiang and Otah-Otah.

RISE is located at Lobby, Hotel Tower 1.




BLOSSOM Restaurant

BLOSSOM specialises in Cantonese and Sichuan cuisines for modern interpretations of both traditional cuisines. Popular dishes include the Baked Chilean Cod, and American Black Angus Beef Ribs glazed with wild honey. BLOSSOM also offers an extensive dim sum menu, and two exclusive culinary packages – Dim Sum Delights and Dim Sum High Tea.

BLOSSOM Restaurant at Marina Bay Sands is located at Lobby, Hotel Tower 2.


Din Tai Fung


Din Tai Fung

With branches across Singapore, one of which is in Marina Bay Sands, this iconic Chinese restaurant is often considered among the top ten restaurants locally and even worldwide. Founded in 1972, Din Tai Fung has been serving up its world-famous, 18-fold steamed pork dumplings (also known as xiao long bao) across South East Asia for decades. This Michelin-starred, fine dining restaurant also serves delicious fried rice with shrimp and eggs, tasty steamed chicken soup, and special braised beef noodle soup with beef brisket.

Din Tai Fung in Marina Bay Sands is located at B1-01, The Shoppes.


Tim Ho Wan


Tim Ho Wan

If you love delicious dim sum, Tim Ho Wan is the perfect place to satiate your cravings. Considered to be the most affordable Michelin-starred restaurant in the world, Tim Ho Wan was established in Hong Kong by Chef Mak Kwai Pui and Chef Leung Fai Keung, both of whom used to work at the prestigious three Michelin starred Lung King Heen restaurant. Singapore is the restaurant’s first international location outside of Hong Kong, and the locals’ love for dim sum inspired them to set up 10 outlets across the country over the past 8 years.

Some of the must-try dishes include the all-time favourite BBQ pork dim sum, steamed egg cake, bean-curd skin with pork and shrimp, steamed chicken feet with black bean sauce, steamed pork dumpling with shrimp, and pan-fried carrot cake.

Tim Ho Wan in Marina Bay Sands is located at B2-02, The Shoppes.


Canton Paradise


Canton Paradise

As the name suggests, Canton Paradise offers a delectable range of Cantonese dishes, from roast specialties and piping-hot dim sum to delectable congee, noodles, and wok-fried dishes. The ambience of Canton Paradise embodies a contemporary casual Chinese restaurant that combines the Oriental touch with modern aesthetics.

Canton Paradise in Marina Bay Sands is located at L1-02, The Shoppes.


Imperial Treasure


Imperial Treasure Fine Chinese Cuisine 

One of the best places to unwind while savouring fine Chinese cuisine is Imperial Treasure. The restaurant overlooks the glittering casino floor at Marina Bay Sands, with private rooms that offer stunning views of the Marina Bay Waterfront and the Esplanade. It showcases some of the best Chinese food in the region, with a focus on Cantonese cuisine.

Some of the must-try dishes include the exquisite and tasty Australian lobster baked with superior broth, the gloriously intoxicating poached empress clam with Chinese rice wine, and the remarkable sweet-meets-savoury braised bird’s nest with crab meat & roe.

Imperial Treasure at Marina Bay Sands is located at L2-04, The Shoppes.


Local food set within Marina Bay Sands.

Rasapura Masters and Toast Box are your go-to stops for local food, whatever you're after. If you're at Rasapura Masters, take the chance to admire Digital Light Canvas – a digital art installation comprising over 400,000 LEDs. 

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